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Stephen Butler Leacock Fonds

  • MSG 668
  • Fonds
  • approximately 1913-1960

Leacock's papers comprise manuscripts of books, articles, and speeches written ca 1913-1937: included are Leacock's history of Montréal, and comic pieces such as "Too Much College", "The Stamp Album World", "Simple Stories of Success" and "Bed-Time, Stories for Grown-Up People". Correspondence covers the period ca 1915-1944. There are also newspaper articles by and about Leacock; book orders and related correspondence; manuscripts of articles and speeches about Leacock; and correspondence concerning donations to the Leacock Collection (Approximately 1948-1960).

Leacock, Stephen, 1869-1944

Paul T. Lafleur Fonds

  • MSG 422
  • Fonds
  • 1860-1924

Fonds consists of seven manuscript poems.

Lafleur, Paul Teodore, 1860-1924

John William Cunliffe Fonds

  • MSG 222
  • Fonds
  • Approximately 1930

This consists of Cunliffe's manuscript of his History of the Dominion of Canada.

Cunliffe, John William, 1865-1946

Alton Goldbloom Fonds

  • MSG 222
  • Fonds
  • 1890-1968

These consist of manuscripts of various Goldbloom's writings on paediatrics as well as various articles and speeches, 1929-1963, the manuscript of an unpublished short story titled "On a Monday Afternoon" and correspondence with Samuel Behrman, 1957-1965.

Goldbloom, Alton, 1890-1968

Frederick William Torrance Fonds

  • MSG 220
  • Fonds
  • 1856-1861

The fonds consist of copies of deeds, some of which concern the British-American Land Co., that were executed by Torrance for the period 1856 to 1861, and a notebook of opinions on Québec legal questions, including copies of letters from the firm Torrance & Morris (1857-1859).

Torrance, Frederick William, 1823-1887

Six uncut sheets of pantins

Six uncut sheets of "pantins" published by the Imagerie Pellerin, Imagerie d'Epinal, nos. 1340-1345

1340 - Polichinelle.
1341 - Arlequin.
1342 - Arlequin.
1343 - Paillasse.
1344 - Colombine.
1345 - Pierrot.

Sheet with two pantins

A sheet of two "pantins": Polichinelle and a female character in short skirt. Fabrique d'estampes de Gangel et P. Didion, à Metz. Uncut. [No.] 84.

French paper pantins

Includes two sheets with pantins:

  1. A French mid-eighteenth century paper "pantin", or jumping-jack, of a male dancer. Uncut, hand-coloured engraving, 8 ½ inches across, 11 ½ inches high.
  2. Another o f the same type, of Pierrot. 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches.

Pantins

Series consists of pantins, paper puppets which can be cut out from printed paper sheets and assembled. Includes nine sheets of pantins. Files are described individually.

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