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Promotional materials for poetry readings

File contains two undated promotional leaflets (likely from the late 1930s or early 1940s, promoting Kenneth Leslie poetry readings and discussions. The earliest of the two leaflets, on off-white paper, is entitled "Kenneth Leslie / Poetry Readings -- Discussions / Mr. Leslie / Reads His Own Poetry / Discusses Contemporary Poetry / Helps you Develop Your Poetry" and contains a small portrait of a youthful Leslie wearing a fedora. It contains testimonials from Charles G.D. Roberts, Robert Norwood, and Lawrence H. Conrad on the verso. The second leaflet, printed on yellow paper, also undated, but after 1938, is entitled "Kenneth Leslie : Singer-Composer / Poet", contains a portrait of Leslie to the upper left corner, with a short bibliography (ending in "By Stubborn Stars". The front contains words promoting Leslie's talent from 'Voices', 'London Times', Sir Charles Roberts, 'N.Y. Herald Tribune', 'Halifax Chronicle', Reverend Sister Maura, 'Charlottetown Guardian', and Shaemas O'Sheel, while the verso has further testimonials under the heading "What they say of Kenneth Leslie's poetry...." with the sub-headings "In London, England", "In Toronto", "In New York", and "In Charlottetown".

Notices of Budge Wilson's appearances

File contains newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, posters, and flyers, advertising appearances (mainly readings) by Budge Wilson at various places, including writers' unions, libraries, book stores, and book festivals.

Posters of book award nominations

File contains posters from the Hackmatak Children's Choice Book Award, for which Budge Wilson's book "Duff's Monkey Business" was nominated, and the Atlantic Book Week and Festival Award Nominations, for which Wilson's book "A Fiddle for Angus" was nominated.

Welcome Budge signs

File contains two signs, at least one of which is from Lakecrest School.

Programs for awards ceremonies

File contains programs from awards ceremonies from awards that Budge Wilson was nominated for and/or won, including the City of Dartmouth Book Ward (for Cordelia Clark, 1995); the Ann Connor Brimer Award (for Sharla, 1998); and the Children's Book Week Gala (at which Wilson gave the Ann Connor Brimer Keynote Address in 1999).

Correspondence regarding Children's Book Festival

File includes incoming correspondence and copies of Budge Wilson's outgoing correspondence. The file also contains some promotional materials, including a poster for Wilson's appearance at the Winnipeg Public Library and a copy of "Children's Book News" advertising the festival.

Notices of Budge Wilson's appearances

File contains newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, posters, programs, and flyers, advertising appearances (mainly readings) by Budge Wilson at various places, including writers' unions, libraries, schools, book stores, and book festivals.

Notices of Budge Wilson's appearances

File contains newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, posters, and flyers, advertising appearances (mainly readings) by Budge Wilson at various places, including writers' unions, libraries, schools, book stores, and book festivals.

Other recognitions

File contains excerpts from and copies of magazines, newspapers, correspondence, programs, and posters that give recognition to Budge Wilson's writing, including Chickadee Choice, Manitoba Young Reader's Choice Awards, South Saskatchewan Reading Council Young Reader's Choice Awards, and others.

Edmonton International Choral Festival : [poster]

File contains two copies of a poster for the Edmonton International Choral Festival, one of which is autographed by many of the performers in the Halifax Camerata Singers, the Rhapsody Quintet, the Chair of the Camerata Board, and the Manager. The Festival featured performances by Pro Choro Canada (Edmonton), Voces Noricae (Sweden), the Halifax Camerata Singers, and the Festival Choir.

Crimson stain : [poster]

File contains three copies of a poster for two concerts by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Nova Voce, Nova Scotia's provincial men's choir, and Shimon Walt on cello. The concerts featured the world premiere of "Crimson Stain" by Larry Nickel and took place at the Knox United Church in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia and the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Let our spirits soar : the voices of our past : [poster]

File contains three copies of a poster for two concerts by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the Sirens (Kelsea McLean, artistic director). They performed at the Park Royal United Church in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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