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Zoology IV : Honours reading list

File contains the Zoology IV honours reading list for 1963 - 1964. The list is described as the basis for Hall's paper in the Kovalevsky medal issue of a journal in 2004.

Zoology III : Special project

File contains documents relating to the Zoology III special project done by Hall in 1962. The project is a paper titled "The Histology of the Skull Articulations of Notechis acutatus (the Tiger Snake) with a Preliminary Description of the Anatomy of the Skull".

Zoology III

File contains documents relating to the Zoology III course taken by Hall. Materials include a typed syllabus and instructions for the course.

Zoology II : Part 2

File contains documents relating to the second portion of the Zoology II course taken by Hall. Materials include typed and handwritten class notes and figures.

Zinka Milanov

The photographs show Zinka Milanov, a Croatian-born soprano singer who had a major career at the New York Metropolitan Opera. In one photograph, she is posing with a group of nine unidentified men. In the second photograph, an unidentified man is holding her an arrangement of flowers.

Writings of Nora Leslie

File contains a play, poetic translations, and a travelogue written by Nora Leslie (née Nora Steenerson), fourth wife of Kenneth Leslie, likely in the 1940s or 1950s.

William Howard Taft : [photograph]

File contains a copy of a portrait of President Taft of the United States (1909-1913) with an inscription below to D.H. Ballon (Dr. David H. Ballon) of Montreal and his sister, Ellen Ballon.

Weeping willows, Op. 12, no. 2

Item contains the second piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

Untitled episode of Radio Free World

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of Radio Free World. This episode includes stories on the Soviet submarine in Swedish waters in 1982; dowry burnings in India; and Jack London's 110th birthday. The episode was recorded January 15, 1986 and aired January 17, 1986.

United States death penalty

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Wired for Freedom, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features an interview regarding the United States death penalty. The episode was recorded on August 8, 1987, and was broadcasted on August 4 and August 18.

United States - Soviet Union relations : part 2 of 2

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of International Perspectives, a CKDU radio program. This episode is the second part of a two-part series on the relations between the United States (U.S.) and the Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.), hosted by Peter McKenna with guest, David Jones. It aired December 6, 1985 and was rebroadcast December 8, 1985 and September 23, 1986 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.

United States - Soviet Union relations : part 1 of 2

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of International Perspectives, a CKDU radio program. This episode is the first part of a two-part series on the relations between the United States (U.S.) and the Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.), hosted by Peter McKenna with guest, Prof. Graham Taylor. It aired November 29, 1985 and was rebroadcast December 1, 1985; May 3, 1986; and September 16, 1986.

Two piano pieces

File contains copies of the manuscripts for two untitled pieces by George Barati (born Gyorgy Braunstein), written at the MacDowell Colony between June 19 and June 22, 1948. The first composition is dedicated to his wife, Ruth.

Barati, George

Two interviews on the Bioregional Farmer and Scientist Workshop in Organic Agriculture

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Earth Action, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features the Bioregional Farmer and Scientist Workshop in Organic Agriculture in 1988, which was held in Fredericton, New Brunswick and included both Maine and the Maritime provinces. The episode aired on February 9, 1989.

Translations of Aslaug Vaa poems : [draft manuscripts]

File contains three undated (likely in the 1940s) partial translations of poems originally written by the Norwegian poet Aslaug Vaa (b. Rauland,25 August 1889; d. Oslo, 28 November 1965) and translated by Kenneth Leslie.

File contains translations of the following poems:
- twenty-three lines of the poem "Skinnvengbrev," which begins "Eg tredde eingong du hadde gøymt deg, / at baade du og Gud ha gløymt meg, / og eg blei minst av dei skapte ting.", which Leslie has translated as "I thought one time you had forsaken me / that you and God had forgotten me / and I was least of created things." The header of this leaf has the title "So 6847 Pauline", and the English translation is written directly below the Norwegian original ;
- eight lines of translation of a fourteen line untitled poem, also presumably by Aslaug Vaa, which begins "A, so det vesle båmet reeddest / når det møter det ukjende. / Ein gong i eit framandt land, / sto eg og var dette ukjende for ein liten kropp", which Leslie has translated as "Of course a little child is frightened / when he meets with an unknown one. / Once upon a time on strange soil / I stood and was this unknown one for a little body." The Norwegian text and English translation are written on separate leaves ; and
- four stanzas of the poem 'Duva og Dropen,' which begins "Det kurra ei duve / med bekken Mahala / i skuggen av palmur / og driv kvite kala", which Leslie has translated as "A dove coos so warmly / where murmurs Mahala / In shade of the palm trees / and drifts of white kalla". This item also contains notes for a sermon about avarice written on the verso.

To Armenian Americans : [draft manuscript]

File contains the typed manuscript text of an undated address made (presumably in late 1941 or early 1942) by Kenneth Leslie, to "Mr. Chairman, [...] Archbishop Hovsepian, learned doctors, brave Captain [Jim] Chankalian, [and the] Armenian people". File addresses the Armenian cause and the Russian War Relief effort in the months following the Atlantic Charter.

Titania's waltz, Op. 12, no. 1

Item contains the first piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

Three dimensional herstory

File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features "Three dimensional herstory", an article by Carren Strock from the 20th year anniversary edition (volume 3.1) of MS Magazine. The article discusses the Lesbian Herstory Archives in New York. The article is narrated by Rachel Sisk, and the tape contains a printout of the article. The episode was recorded on August 8, 1992, and was broadcasted on August 11, 1992.

The willows are new (after Wang Wei's Yang Kuan) : piano solo

Item is a photostat copy of Chou Wen-Chung's composition, based on "Yang Kuan," a composition for ch'in attributed to Wang Wei (689-759). The work for solo piano was sent to Ellen Ballon by the New York publishers, C.F. Peters, with an accompanying letter that indicated that the composition was undergoing publication.

Chou Wen-Chung

The stone god : a drama in four acts : [draft manuscript]

File contains an early draft manuscript of a four-act dramatic play entitled "The stone god", written by Nora Leslie (then Nora Steenerson Totten), likely in the 1950s. The play contains four characters: the protagonist, Ellen Maria; her husband, an archaeologist named Jens; Ellen Maria's cousin, a theologian named Johannes; and a forester named Steffa.

The news for gay and lesbian pride programming

File is an audio reel containing a report on various news items relating to gay and lesbian pride, including New York's first openly lesbian legislator Deborah Glick and violence against a Sheet Harbour gay man. The interview was conducted by CKDU's Brenda Barnes. The episode was recorded on June 14, 1990, and was broadcast on June 18, 1991, and June 27, 1991.

The importance of the Mindszenty case : [draft manuscript]

File contains a draft handwritten (in pencil) manuscript entitled "The importance of the M. case" [Mindszenty case], written in early 1949 by Kenneth Leslie, presumably for consideration of inclusion in his periodical 'The Protestant', or as research notes for his publication "Hungary -- Christian or Pagan? : an eyewitness report" (published in late 1949). File discusses the arrest in Hungary of Cardinal József Mindszenty for anti-Communist activities in late-1948 (after all religious orders had been banned in Hungary), and espouses Leslie's belief that "our American newspapers [...] responded like a well-trained pointer, [...touching] the well-established pro-Catholic nerve and the newer Truman cold-war nerve."

The implications of free trade with the United States

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of International Perspectives, a CKDU radio program. This episode is on the implications of free trade with the United States with guest Casper Garos. It aired June 20, 1986 and was rebroadcast June 24, 1986.

The dandelion garden : from Integrated language arts anthology, Grade 6

File contains a copy of Budge Wilson's short story "The Dandelion Garden : A Modern Fable for Elderly Children," as it appeared in the "Integrated Language Arts Anthology" (1995) for Grade 6 students, and two copies of the Permissions Request form from ScottForesman to Budge Wilson for the non-exclusive reprint rights to this short story (originally published in her anthology "The Dandelion Garden and Other Stories").

The dandelion garden : book jacket

File contains a copy of the book jacket for Budge Wilson's "Dandelion Garden," with cover illustrations by Judy Pederson. The book was published by Philomel Books, New York.

The continuity between instinct and intelligence : [typed manuscript]

File contains a typed manuscript of an essay entitled "The continuity between instinct and intelligence", written by Kenneth Leslie while he was a student at Harvard University, likely in 1915. File also contains handwritten notes and remarks from Leslie's professor, "E.B.H.", presumably Edwin Bissett Holt, lecturer in Psychology.

The University of New England

File contains documents relating to Hall's education at the University of New England. Materials include correspondence regarding Hall's degrees, including Doctor of Philosophy, and an abstract for and reports on Hall's Doctor of Science dissertation.
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