Lawrencetown (N.S.)

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44.675579, -63.397701 Map of Lawrencetown (N.S.)

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Catalogues advertising books by Budge Wilson

File contains eight catalogues from the following publishers: Harcourt Brace & Company, Formac Publishing Company Limited and James Lorimer & Company Limited, Stoddart, the Canadian Children's Book Centre, the Putnam & Grosset Group, and Pottersfield Press.

Correspondence regarding Harold and Harold

File contains correspondence regarding Budge Wilson's book "Harold and Harold," between Wilson and various people involved in its publication, including Lesley Choyce of Pottersfield Press, Terry Roscoe, the editor (including sketches of possible illustrations), and Sheila Dalton, Wilson's copy editor. The file includes incoming correspondence and copies of Wilson's outgoing correspondence.

Interview with Lesley Choyce

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features an interview with Lesley Choyce, from Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, on his book The Second Season of Jonas MacPherson (1989). Hosted by Judy Dudar, the episode was recorded September 26, 1989; aired September 28, 1989; and was rebroadcast November 2, 1989 and May 3, 1990.

Judy Dudar interviews Lesley Choyce

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features an interview with Lesley Choyce by Judy Dudar. Choyce is a novelist and poet from Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia.

Pottersfield Press : [catalogue]

File contains a copy of the Pottersfield Press catalogue for Spring 1994, which includes an advertisement for Budge Wilson's book "Cassandra's Driftwood."

Pottersfield Press : [catalogue]

File contains a catalogue, which includes an advertisement for Budge Wilson's books "Harold and Harol" and "Cassandra's Driftwood."

Pottersfield Press fonds

  • MS-4-254
  • Fonds
  • 1977 - 2019
Fonds contains records documenting the creation and management of Pottersfield Press from its inception in 1978. These include administrative documents such as grant and funding applications and author contracts; correspondence between the managing editor and authors, readers, contract editors and others; editorial records including manuscripts and page proofs; and publicity materials such as catalogues and book reviews.

Pottersfield Press

Railway passes documenting travel for members of The Bill Lynch Shows

  • MS-4-218, Box 1, Folder 6
  • File
  • September 28, 1942 - September 17, 1951, predominant July 25, 1943 - October 4, 1943
  • Part of The Bill Lynch Shows fonds

File contains twenty-six railway passes from 1942 and 1943 documenting travel for members of the Bill Lynch Shows. Destinations and departure points include Halifax, Saint John, Toronto, Bridgewater, Yarmouth, Lawrencetown, Newcastle, Moncton, New Glasgow, and Sydney. All the tickets are first class, except for the three in 1951, which are coach. There are three tickets each for: July 25, 1943, September 4, 1943, September 25, 1943, October 4, 1943, and September 17, 1951. There are two tickets for August 12, 1943. There is one ticket each for September 8, 1942, and September 16, 1943.

Speech by Lesley Choyce at the Halifax waterfront on nuclear disarmament

File is an audio reel containing a speech by Lesley Choyce, an author from Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, and member of the Coalition for a Nuclear Free Harbour. He spoke about a solution to the arms race at a gathering at the Halifax waterfront, sponsored by the Coalition for a Nuclear Free Harbour and Greenpeace. The gathering was in protest of the nuclear-armed British vessel, The Ark Royal. The speech aired on CKDU June 16, 1990 and was rebroadcast June 17, 1990 on Access and June 20, 1990 on Title Waves.