Volume 10, Number 4 (Fall 1994) – A little girl who went on to achieve international fame

Officers' Quarterly Volume 10, Number 4 (Fall 1994) - A little girl who went on to achieve international fame

Officers’ Quarterly Volume 10, Number 4 (Fall 1994) – A little girl who went on to achieve international fame

Contents:
“Letter from the Editor” by Ted Jones (page 3)

“Special Guest Editorial” by The Honorable Margaret Norrie McCain Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick (page 4)

“Curator’s Corner” by Kelly McKay (page 5)

“A Special Tribute” by Donna Wallace (page 6)

“The Officers’ Bookcase”Review by Anita Jones – Merry Hearts Make Light Days (The War of 1812 Journal of Lieutenant John Le Couteur, 104th Foot) )page 7)

“Passing Through … Princes, Preachers, Poets and Pundits”by Linda Squires Hansen (page 8 and continued on page 15)

“Poetry Pavilion (The original Officers’ Quarters was called the Pavilion)” about Elizabeth Brewster and her poetry (page 9)

“Books from the Barracks … Local Historian Talks About Research: A First-Person Narrative” by Velma Kelly (page 10)

“Aida Flemming … the Early Years” by Carolyn Atkinson (page 12)

“Cover Story Updates” about the Titanic (Spring 1994 issue) and The Royal Tour (Summer 1994 issue) (page 15)

“Garrsion Ghosts” (page 16)

“Beyond York-Sunbury … Island with a History” by Doug Wright (page 17)

“His Life Made a Difference” about L. Keith Ingersoll (page 18 and continued on page 23)

“A Literary Discovery” by Ted Jones (about Oliver Goldsmith) (page 20)

“Recipes from the Pioneer Kitchen” by Pat Flemming (page 21 and continued on page 22)

“Flashback Photo (from the files of the York-Sunbury Museum)” (page 22)

“Historic Profile” about Martin Hunter by the Editor (page 23)

“The Last Word … Museum Has Busy Summer” by Carla Lam (page 24)

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