The Red Door, by Laurie Leehane, Christina Parker Gallery.
Builders of the George Street Church:
Richard Atwill & William Campbell By Suzanne Sexty
The buildings of a city offer us an opportunity to connect with the past and those who have peopled it. Using the George Street United Church as a starting point, we can consider the lives of two men who were instrumental in constructing that building: the mason, Richard Atwill, and the joiner, William Campbell.... [ Read
CAPTAIN BOB BARTLETT: MARGARET FITZHUGH BROWNE'S PORTRAIT OF
CAPT. BOB BARTLETT By Crystal Parsons
we examine how one portrait — of
Captain Bob Bartlett (1875 – 1946)
painted by Margaret Fitzhugh Browne
(1884 – 1972) — became a meeting place
for some of the greatest figures of the
day from Canada, the United States,
Great Britain and Newfoundland...
KARLUK'S LOST SCOTSMAN By Nix Wadden
For us sedentary types who wouldn't dream of
venturing on dangerous explorations of the
grim Canadian Arctic, it is a rare and special
treat to come into touch with someone who's
lived that experience. The tragic story of a young
Scotsman, Alexander "Sandy" Anderson, who
sailed with Newfoundland hero Bob Bartlett
intrigued me through a letter his sister wrote
about him half a century later...
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