Items, negatives, are related to materials found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph albums, 1917-1927, and 1929-1941, and MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 1, Item 4 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs.
File contains a manuscript that won the 24th Atlantic Writing Competition award for unpublished novels. Ian Colford's competitions pseudonym (Packard Bell) appears on the title page. File also includes two reviews and a letter from Jane Buss, the executive director of the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia, announcing the winner.
This accession contains primarily draft typescripts of short fiction and related research notes and correspondence. There are also records related to television and film proposals, including synopses and scripts. Other materials include copies of media reviews and miscellaneous business and personal correspondence.
Accession contains: nine manuscripts for: Ova Aves; Icarus, Falling of the Birds; Animals of My Own Kind: New and Selected Poems; Everlasting Oasis; Island of the Blessed; Atlantic Canada Nature Guide; The Atlantic Coast: A Natural History; and The Nature of Shorebird: Nomads of the Wetlands. Thirteen photographs of birds eggs by Thaddus Holownia. There are scripts for: At The Fishhouses, a presentation of Elizabeth Bishop's poems, by Musique Royale; and A Ship’s Portrait for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. There is a copy of the play script for Black River Miracle, and an article Looking for John O'Brien. Includes correspondence, and research materials. Also includes two handwritten notebooks of poetry, representing the first drafts of some poems.
Item, a photograph, is taken at Mersey Lodge. Raddall is pictured with T.H. Raddall Prize judges: Robert F. Weary, left, President and General Manager of the Bowater Mersey Paper Company Limited; Margaret Hennigar, second from the left, publisher for Lighthouse Publishing Limited; Dr. James Perkin, right, President and Vice-Chancellor at Acadia University and Chairman of the Judging Committee. Missing from the photograph are judges Honourable John G. Leefe, M.L.A., Queens County, and Minister of Fisheries; and Louis R. Comeau, President, Nova Scotia Power Corporation.
Series contains professional correspondence between Wendy Lill and various theatres, publishers and fans. The correspondence covers a wide range of Lill's publishing, production of her plays, and other professional activities.