Series 5: Periodicals and Newspaper clippings [textual records]. - - 1935-1989; predominant 1940-1960. - - 2.5 cm

Scope and content: This series includes various issues of UNB and other periodicals as well as several files of newspaper clippings relating to Lucy Jarvis personally and to art in general. The UNB material includes the inaugural issues of two literary magazines, Hilltop (April 1948) where Lucy Jarvis is listed as 'art advisor' and The Wedge (undated) which includes work by Fred Cogswell and Dalton Camp. Also included are various issues of the Brunswickan, Perspectives, and Alumni News which contain reports or articles about Lucy Jarvis and/or the Art Centre. An issue of the Nova Scotia Art Teachers Association Journal (February 1986) is dedicated to the memory of Lucy Jarvis and her work appears on its cover. Art-related clippings include pieces on Pegi Nicol MacLeod, Goodridge Roberts, the UNB Art Centre, and an article by Tappan Adney regarding the fiddlehead motif.

Arrangement is by topic.


Title based on the content of the series.
File titles supplied.


File 1     UNB Periodicals                                                1948-1985

File 2     The Chronicle (Havergal College magazine);      1979-1989
              art-related periodicals including Yarmouth Art
              Association newsletter

File 3     Newspaper clippings about Lucy Jarvis              1940-1985

File 4     Newspaper clippings about art and artists           [194-] - [196-]
             See also clippings in Series 2, files 3 and 6

File 5     French-language newspapers (Le Monde)          1967; 1968; 1972

File 6     Miscellaneous periodicals                                    1935-1984

             Includes O Canada du Directeur de l'information, Ottawa, (janvier, 1941), a
             French-language essay by eight authors around the theme of the national anthem;
             five issues of Canadian Affairs (1944) including #11: "A film policy for Canada"
             by John Grierson and #22: "Art - Canadians, for the use of " by Barker Fairley.

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Last update: 2001/04/09