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A children's story : prose

Typescript (carbon copy). Probably message sent by A. and Claudine Nowlan on occasion of Mike and Connie Dickinson's wedding. Includes references to the following: A children's story.

A gift to last : stage play : final draft

Typescript (photocopy). Claudine Nowlan's note accompanying manuscript describes this item as the final draft. Includes A. Nowlan's holograph revisions for p. 11- 12 clipped to p. 11. Stage play is an adaptation by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning of Gordon Pinsent's television play of same title. The stage play premiered at Vancouver Playhouse on December 11, 1982. Includes references to the following: A gift to last.

A gift to last : stage play : playbill

Playbill for Vancouver Playhouse premiere of A gift to last, which opened, according to Claudine Nowlan, on December 11, 1982. Stage play is an adaptation by A. Nowlan and Walter J. Learning of Gordon Pinsent's television play of same title. Includes references to the following: A gift to last.

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph- Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0422
  • File
  • 1971 January 2 - 1971 December 18
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1971 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns, as well as an article In defence of Huckleberry Finn. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. Columns contain book reviews of Joe McGinniss's The selling of the president, 1968 (January 2); Stephen Clarkson's Visions 2020 (October 2); and Albert Speer's Inside the Third Reich (October 16). Also includes newsclippings of letter to the editor from a reader in response to columns on the liberalization of liquor laws and articles about A. Nowlan's receiving an honorary degree from the University of New Brunswick. Newsclippings have only holograph dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes references to the following: In defence of Huckleberry Finn; Alden Nowlan reports; Review of Albert Speer's Inside the Third Reich; Review of Stephen Clarkson's Visions 2020; Review of Joe McGinniss's The selling of the president, 1968.

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph- Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0421
  • File
  • 1970 January 3 - 1970 December 26
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1970 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. No column published November 28. Columns contain book reviews of Ronald Blythe's Akenfield, portrait of an English village (January 10); Percy Janes's House of hate (March 21); and Stuart Trueman's An intimate history of New Brunswick (December 5). Also includes newclippings of letters to the editor from readers in response to column published June 10; and several articles about A. Nowlan, including a lengthy article titled Alden Nowlan : a poet who writes from life, written by Peter Stevens, and published originally in the Windsor Star. Newsclippings have only holograph dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes one duplicate column. Includes references to the following: Alden Nowlan reports; Review of Ronald Blythe's Akenfield, portrait of an English village; Review of Percy Janes's House of hate; Review of Stuart Trueman's An intimate history of New Brunswick.

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph-Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0428
  • File
  • 1977 January 1 - 1977 December 31
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1977 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. Columns missing for May 21 and December 3; no column published February 5. Columns contain book reviews of John Edward Belliveau's The splendid life of Albert Smith and the women he left behind (March 19); George Jonas and Barbara Amiel's By persons unknown (June 11); Roger O'Toole's The precipitous path (July 16); William M. Baker's Timothy Warren Anglin, 1822-96 (September 10); Heather Robertson's A terrible beauty (October 29); and J. V. Andrew's Bilingual today, French tomorrow (November 5). Scrapbook also contains newsclippings of several letters to the editor from readers in response to columns, article mentioning A. Nowlan and miscellaneous news articles. Includes duplicates of several columns. Most newsclippings have only holograph annotations of dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes references to the following: Review of John Edward Belliveau's The splendid life of Albert Smith and the women he left behind; Alden Nowlan reports; Review of George Jonas and Barbara Amiel's By persons unknown; Review of Roger O'Toole's The precipitous path; Review of William M. Baker's Timothy Warren Anglin, 1822-96; Review of Heather Robertson's A terrible beauty; Review of J. V. Andrew's Bilingual today, French tomorrow; Speech, Richard Hatfield, Municipal Elected Representatives conference; Speech, Richard Hatfield, Molly Bobak art exhibition opening.

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph-Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0424
  • File
  • 1973 January 6 - 1973 December 29
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1973 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. Columns contain book reviews of Raymond Fraser's The Black Horse Tavern (May 19); Alfred G. Bailey's Thanks for a drowned island (October 2); Geoffrey Stevens's Stanfield, published title of review Stanfield : "The most improbable of politicians" (October 13); Pierre Berton's Drifting home (October 20); and Stuart Trueman's The fascinating world of New Brunswick (December 1). Also contains a number of articles written by A. Nowlan including Junior councillors shocked their elders (Evening Times-Globe, June 9); Your time has come, Walter Learning! (July 2); Don't frighten the tourists (September 22); and Reviewer finds Irving book has fatal weaknesses, a review of Russell Hunt and Robert Campbell's K.C. Irving (Daily Gleaner, October 11). Also includes newsclippings of letters to the editor from readers in response to columns, as well as several in response to Maclean's article Testimony of a tent preacher; reviews of Alden Nowlan's Maritimes and Various persons named Kevin O'Brien; and articles about A. Nowlan. Newsclippings have only holograph annotations of dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes references to the following: Alden Nowlan reports; Your time has come, Walter Learning!; Don't frighten the tourists; Junior councillors shocked their elders; Hodge Nowlan reports; Review of Raymond Fraser's The Black Horse Tavern; Review of Alfred G. Bailey's Thanks for a drowned island; Review of Pierre Berton's Drifting home; Review of Stuart Trueman's The fascinating world of New Brunswick; Review of Russell Hunt and Robert Campbell's K.C. Irving; Review of Geoffrey Stevens's Stanfield; Reviewer finds Irving book has fatal weaknesses; Stanfield : "The most improbable of politicians"; Testimony of a tent preacher; Alden Nowlan's Maritimes; Various persons named Kevin O'Brien.

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph-Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0425
  • File
  • 1974 January 1 - 1974 December 28
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1974 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. Column missing for August 10; no columns published July 13 or July 27. Columns contain book review of Brenton Stewart's Medicine in New Brunswick (December 21); seven brief book reviews (November 23); and reprint of A. Nowlan's Christmas guest column written for Aida Flemming's column Kindness Club notes (December 28). Also includes newsclippings of A. Nowlan's book review of Lena Newman's The John A. Macdonald album (Daily Gleaner, December 12), and author's letter to the editor of the Observer (Hartland, N.B.) with published title Alden Nowlan talks about "Work on Sunday" (Observer, December 12). Scrapbook also contains newsclippings of letters to the editor from readers in response to columns, review of Various persons named Kevin O'Brien, advertisement for Shaped by this land, and various articles about A. Nowlan and his work. Most newsclippings have only holograph annotations of dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes references to the following: Review of Lena Newman's The John A. Macdonald album; Alden Nowlan reports; Review of Brenton Stewart's Medicine in New Brunswick; Various persons named Kevin O'Brien; Shaped by this land; Campobello : the outer island; Kindness Club notes : Christmas column; Alden Nowlan talks about "Work on Sunday".

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph-Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0427
  • File
  • 1976 January 3 - 1976 December 18
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1976 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. Column missing for June 26. Columns contain book reviews of Richard Siegel, and Michael and Sharon Strassfeld's The Jewish catalog, Ken Weiss and Ed Goodgold's To be continued, and Roger Milton's The English ceremonial book (January 3); John G. Diefenbaker's One Canada : the crusading years 1895-1956 (March 6); C. P. Stacey's A very double life (October 23); and Martin Robin's The bad and the lonely (December 18). Scrapbook also contains several newsclippings of articles about A. Nowlan's 1976 Atlantic Universities poetry reading tour. Most newsclippings have only holograph annotations of dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes references to the following: Review of John G. Diefenbaker's One Canada : the crusading years 1895-1956; Alden Nowlan reports; Review of C. P. Stacey's A very double life; Review of Martin Robin's The bad and the lonely; Review of Ken Weiss and Ed Goodgold's To be continued; Review of Richard Siegel, Michael Strassfeld and Sharon Strassfeld's The Jewish catalog; Review of Roger Milton's The English ceremonial book.

Alden Nowlan reports : columns (Telegraph-Journal)

  • CA ACU SPC F0008-S0006-FL0431
  • File
  • 1980 January 5 - 1980 December 27
  • Part of Alden Nowlan fonds.

Scrapbook containing newsclippings of A. Nowlan's 1980 Telegraph-Journal weekly columns. Scrapbook title in Claudine Nowlan's handwriting. Includes several extra columns, as well as newsclippings of author's article about Fred Cogswell, A mild- mannered professor by day, he becomes 'Captain Poetry' at night (August 2); and letter to the editor of Kings County Record (October 15). Columns contain book reviews of Clive Cocking's Following the leaders (March 1); John Sawatsky's Men in the shadows (May 3); and Ted Ferguson's Desperate siege (December 6). Scrapbook also contains newsclippings of several letters to the editor from readers in response to columns, as well as articles about A. Nowlan and his works. Some newsclippings have only holograph annotations of dates of publication, which have not been verified. Includes references to the following: Review of Clive Cocking's Following the leaders; Alden Nowlan reports; Review of John Sawatsky's Men in the shadows; Review of Ted Ferguson's Desperate siege; The incredible murder of Cardinal Tosca : stage play; Letter to the editor; A mild-mannered professor by day, he becomes 'Captain Poetry' at night; Speech, International Reading Association annual Atlantic regional conference; Speech, Richard Hatfield, New Brunswick Senior Citizens' Federation annual convention.

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