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Letter of June 1902 from Pauline Johnson to "My Bonnie Girl"

The item is a letter dated June 1902 from Pauline Johnson to "My Bonnie Girl". According to the donor, "My Bonnie Girl" was probably Grace Moore, a Vancouver poet and friend of Pauline Johnson. Mrs. Moore presented a book of her poems to the donor's mother Mrs. Edith Gray; apparently the Johnson letter was found inside that book of poems.

Martha Eugenie Perry papers

Correspondence, including letters to and from Pelham Edgar and E.J. Pratt; diaries of life in Kirkfield, Ont. (1898-1902), High River, Alta. (1914), and Victoria, B.C. (1914-1946, intermittent); manuscripts of articles, short stories and poetry; papers re activities in the Victoria and Islands Branch of the Canadian Authors' Association and the Victoria Natural History Society. M. Eugenie Perry was born in Kirkfield, Ontario, in 1880 or 1881 (she was 77 at the time of her death in 1958). She lived with her family in Dauphin, Manitoba, Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, and High River, Alberta, before moving to Victoria in 1916. She continued to live in Victoria until her death. Miss Perry was a writer and poet who published articles, short stories and poems in British, American and Canadian magazines as well as several volumes of poetry and one of short stories. The collection consists of correspondence (boxes 1 to 5), papers collected in connection with Miss Perry's involvement with the Victoria and Island Branch of the Canadian Authors' Association and the Victoria Natural History Society (box 6), diaries (box 7), scrapbooks (box 8), notebooks and clippings of reviews (box 9), poetry, family papers, articles, plays, typescripts and manuscripts (boxes 10 to 15). The correspondence in and out has been arranged chronologically with the exception of correspondence with E.J. Pratt and Pelham Edgar which is filed under those writers names. Source: MS Finding Aids Finding aid: file list.

Perry, Martha Eugenie

Miscellaneous correspondence and other material

The series consists of three pieces of miscellaneous Maynard family correspondence, 1907-1928; a folder of photographic developing notes and recipes, ca. 1890; a folder of miscellaneous receipts and lists, ca. 1880 to 1937; two boxes of index cards; and one leather-bound album of poems clipped from newspapers and a loose, handwritten page with a recipe on letterhead from Mrs. R. Maynard's photographic studio. Also within the album is a loose typed page with a poem by Mrs. Mitchell for the passing of Charles B. Bach on 23 May, 1893. The poem has been re-typed on four sheets adhered to the album and has also been handwritten on four sheets loose within the album.

Maynard (family)

Morgan, Mary Ellen (O'Brien). Victoria.

Scrapbooks containing clippings, programmes and correspondence relating to amateur theatricals in Victoria and notes on the activities of the "Priory Players."

Morgan, Mary Ellen

Richard Alan Diespecker fonds

  • PR-2396
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  • 1916-1983

The fonds consists of two volumes of poetry; a diary from when Diespecker was sent to England during World War Two whilst in the Canadian Army; a newspaper clipping about CJOR radio station (Vancouver); a signed copy of his novel, Elizabeth; a manuscript of a play called The March of Progress; and an audio recording of two radio programs created by Diespecker that were both broadcast on CBC radio during World War Two.

Diespecker, Richard Alan

Thomas Deasy records

Correspondence, 1901-1934; drafts of articles relating to British Columbia Indians, the Victoria Fire Department, and early British Columbia history, undated; poetry; newspaper stories re Victoria Fire Department and fire fighting in British Columbia generally; typescript of an address by W.H. Keary re New Westminster history, 1926; tickets, invitations and ephemera to firemen's balls, fairs, Douglas Day, 1927, etc. Includes letters written as Indian Agent, Queen Charlotte Agency, 1910-1924 and correspondence re the collecting of Indian art.

Deasy, Thomas, 1857-1936