File MS-2-326, Box 2, Folder 40 - The Song Fishermens' Song Sheets

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The Song Fishermens' Song Sheets

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MS-2-326, Box 2, Folder 40

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  • 1928-1929 (Creation)

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2 cm of textual record

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File contains 16 issues of a periodical "issued every so often" and published by Andrew Merkel out of his Halifax office of the Canadian Press. In addition to publishing the poems of the Song Fishermen, a Halifax literary group, which included Andrew Merkel, Kenneth Leslie, Charles G.D. Roberts, Molly Beresford, Bliss Carman, Charles Bruce, and Robert Norwood, it became a vehicle for members to keep in touch with each other, especially those who lived outside of Halifax.

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