- 1968 October 5 - 1970 December 26 (Creation)
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170 items : 583 pages on 547 leaves.
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Typescript, typescript with holograph revisions, typescript (carbon copy) and holograph. Rough draft fragments and rough, good and clean copy drafts. Columns filed chronologically with fragments and preliminary drafts clipped behind typescript (carbon copy) draft of published version of each column. No column published November 28, 1970. Columns contain book reviews of Stuart Trueman's You're only as old as you act (1968 October 12) and An intimate history of New Brunswick (1970 December 5); Farley Mowat's The rock within the sea (1969 January 25); Louise Manny and James Reginald Wilson's Songs of the Miramichi (1969 March 8); Louis Cormier's The silent cowboys of the east, Terry Crawford's Lost neighbourhood, Kathleen Forsythe's Inside me, Al Pittman's Seaweed and rosaries and Joseph Sherman's Birthday (1969 November 8); Ronald Blythe's Akenfield, portrait of an English Village (1970 January 10); and Percy Janes's House of hate (1970 March 21). Manuscripts untitled and undated; repository annotations of published title and date of publication included with each manuscript. Published titles of individual columns not indexed. The column Alden Nowlan reports published weekly in the Telegraph-Journal from October 1968 to June 1983. Includes references to the following: Review of Joseph Sherman's Birthday; Alden Nowlan reports; Review of Stuart Trueman's You're only as old as you act; Review of Stuart Trueman's An intimate history of New Brunswick; Review of Percy Janes's House of hate; Review of Ronald Blythe's Akenfield, portrait of an English village; Review of Farley Mowat's The rock within the sea; Review of Louise Manny and James Reginald Wilson's Songs of the Miramichi; Review of Louis Cormier's The silent cowboys of the east; Review of Terry Crawford's Lost neighbourhood; Review of Kathleen Forsythe's Inside me; Review of Al Pittman's Seaweed and rosaries.