Atlantic Guardian : A Magazine of Newfoundland. Vol. 5, No. 3, June 1948

[MURLEY, John G., Captain]. WHITE, Richard H. "He Helped to Build a Fleet."An article in the Atlantic Guardian : The Magazine of Newfoundland, Vol.5, No.3. June 1948, pp 14-19. Double column. 6th in the series Newfoundlander s Abroad. Murley "formerly of Marystown, is a leading figure in the New Bedford fishing industry, and some of his ships have a distinguished war record." Also : a one-page piece on ship nomenclature titled "Sir, We Be Brothers" and "Captain Courageous" an A.G. Flashback about the 1867 heroics of Captain William Jackman at the Spotted Islands (pp.51-52). Also: Adelaide Leitch's "Government Aid Goes North" (pp.30-32, with photos, Labrador); John C.Loveridge's "Newspapers of Newfoundland" (pp.24-27); Joel Nichols' short s tory"Document found in a Bottle; a centre spread on the Gosling Memorial Library; "Calling All Motorists" (pp.39-47, with 8 photos of St. John's service stations); S.J. Hefferton's "The Newfoundland Teachers' Association" (pp.36-37). Rear cover has photo and details on the Little Codroy in the Bowater's-sponsored series, The Salmon Rivers of Newfoundland. Other short features, many adverts. Occasional small stains, short tears, creases, else vg. 35.00

Title: Atlantic Guardian : A Magazine of Newfoundland. Vol. 5, No. 3, June 1948

Author Name: YOUNG, Ewart (ed.). MURLEY, John G., Captain]. LEITCH, Adelaide WHITE, Richard H

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Publisher: Ewart Young, Montreal, 1948,:

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