Published Works Inventory list

Identifier Sort ascending Title Level of description Date Digital object
46 "Alberta's first poet," Calgary Daily Herald, June 18 , 1932 (Part 1); July 2, 1932 (Part 2). File 1932
47 "At Crescent Beach [poem]," Surrey Leader, Apr. 13, 1961. File 1961
50 "Calgary 35 years ago," North Hill News, Sept. 2, 1955. File 1955
55 "Grandmothers of fiction assume a new importance, " Jan. 23, 1932. File 1932
56 "Hints for holiday readers," Calgary Daily Herald, July 23, 1932. File 1932
61 "Making the vision come true," Calgary Daily Herald, Sept. 7, 1926. File 1926
70 "Sunshine's `If' [poem]," [Calgary Daily Herald?], Dec. 6, 1930. File 1930
76 Reviews. File 1926-1974
51 "A childless mother [poem]," Calgary Daily Herald, May 12, 1928. File 1928
52 First impressions of English folk arriving in Canada are those of friendliness and real good cheer. File 1924
53 "From yard-stick to farm-yard," Calgary Daily Herald, Mar. 15, 1930. File 1930
54 "Good Friday" : poem, undated. File [19--]
57 "In an old English book shop," Calgary Daily Herald, Apr. 12, 1929. File 1929
60 "Longing for home [poem]," Calgary Daily Herald, June 19, 1934. File 1934
62 "Mass education often destroys originality," [Calgary Daily Herald?] : 22. File [19--]
65 "One who never turned his back," July 20, 1929. File 1929
66 "Poetry and prose from Alberta," Canadian Doctor (Sept. 1943): 23. File 1943
49 "Benediction" : poem, undated. File [19--]
63 "Men greater slaves to style than women," Calgary Herald, Dec. 30, 1939. File 1939
64 "My trees [poem]," Saturday Night, July 21, 1934: 3. File 1934
69 "Shower of rain prelude to `Iolanthe'," File [19--]
71 "Tie uniting father to son poet's theme," Calgary Daily Herald, June 8, 1935. File 1935
72 "Triolet" : poem, undated. File [19--]
74 "What's in a name?" John O'London's Weekly, May 17, 1924: 242. File 1924
48 "Ballade to solitude [poem]," Calgary Daily Herald, June 11, 1935. File 1935
58 "In memoriam: M.D. Geddes [poem]," Calgary Daily Herald, Aug. 9, 1927. File 1927
59 "Letters of English authoress [Katherine Mansfield] contain poignant records," Calgary Daily Herald, Nov. 19, 1932. File 1932
67 "Quiet heroism marks life of prairie mother," Calgary Daily Herald, May 26, 1939: 29. File 1934
68 "Reading for interest and pleasure yields worthwhile profits," Calgary Daily Herald, May 14, 1932. File 1932
73 "Verse competitions encourage Canadian writers of poetry," Calgary Daily Herald, June 28, 1934. File 1934
75 "When is a barber not a barber?" Calgary Daily Herald, May 7, 1932. File 1932