Credits includes Permissions (see
also Copyright Section), Listing of Partnership
Institutions, Acknowledgments and Special
Thanks, and Works Cited
The Confederation Centre Art Gallery, lead partner for the virtual
exhibition "Picturing a Canadian Life: L.M. Montgomery's Personal
Scrapbooks and Book Covers," gratefully acknowledges the financial
investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation
of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada and for
the Japanese language version done in celebration of Expo 2005, in Aichi, Japan.
"L.M. Montgomery," "L.M. Montgomery's signature
and cat design," "Emily," "Emily of New Moon,"
"The Blue Castle," and other names and images created
by L.M. Montgomery are trademarks of Heirs of L.M. Montgomery Inc.
and are used under licence.
"Anne of Green Gables" and other Images of "Anne"
are trademarks and Canadian official marks of the Anne of Green
Gables Licensing Authority Inc., which is owned by David Macdonald,
trustee, and Ruth Macdonald and the Province of Prince Edward Island,
and are used under licence.
Material created by L.M. Montgomery is reproduced in this virtual
exhibition with permission from David Macdonald, trustee, and Ruth
Information about permissions and copyright may be mailed to the
heirs of L.M. Montgomery care of Marian Hebb, 179 John Street, Suite
404, Toronto, ON, M5T 1X4, Canada
Permission was provided by the Confederation Centre Art Gallery
for inclusion of digital images and scanning (prepared by project
staff) of the PEI scrapbooks and other artefacts in the institution's
Digital images of the Ontario L.M. Montgomery scrapbooks and photographs
from the L.M. Montgomery Collection were provided with permission
to include in the website by the University of Guelph Library. Permission
to use passages from the unpublished diary (typescript) diary that
Maud Montgomery and Nora Lefurgey kept in the winter of 1903 was
also given to the project group "Picturing a Canadian Life:
L.M. Montgomery's Personal Scrapbooks and Book Covers," by
the copyright holder, the University of Guelph. Permission was granted
courtesy of the L.M. Montgomery Collection, Archival and Special
Collections, University of Guelph Library.
The National Library of Canada provided all digital images of book
covers for use in the virtual exhibition. Copyright in artistic
work for all images was pursued through contact with the rights
holders, including publishers and illustrators or estate of illustrator,
wherever possible. Every attempt has been made to contact all the
rights holders for the artistic material contained in this on-line
The exhibition includes digital images and content from the award-winning
CD-ROM The Bend in the Road produced
by the L. M. Montgomery Institute. Additional items for the exhibition
were also provided such as digital images of artefacts and photographs.
Research was provided by staff at the L.M.Montgomery Institute--Elizabeth
DeBlois and Heather Ludlow-and by Elizabeth Rollins Epperly, founder
of the Institute and curator of this exhibition.
In addition to the permissions granted by David Macdonald, trustee,
and Ruth Macdonald, the Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace permissions
agreement covers the digitizing of all of the unpublished, personal
scrapbook pages belonging to the Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace.
Permission extends to use some individual digital images from personal
scrapbook pages that may or may not appear in their entirety in
Elizabeth Mawson, Elizabeth Epperly, and Ellen Morrison provided
permission for the broadcast of their voices, originally recorded
for The Bend in the Road, a CD-ROM produced
by the L.M. Montgomery Institute in Charlottetown, Prince Edward
Island. In addition, video of Dr. Jenny Litster was also recorded,
with her permission, for broadcast on the web site.
Excerpts from The Selected Journals of L.M.
Montgomery, Volumes I, II, III, and IV ©1985, 1987,
1992 and 1998, University of Guelph, edited by Mary Rubio and Elizabeth
Waterston, and published by Oxford University Press of Canada, are
reproduced with the permission of Mary Rubio, Elizabeth Waterston,
and the University of Guelph, courtesy of the L.M. Montgomery Collection,
Archival and Special Collections, University of Guelph Library.
Fitzhenry & Whiteside provided permission to quote from L.M
Montgomery's text that appears in its 1975 edition of Montgomery's
The Alpine Path.
Mailing Address for Lead Partner:
Confederation Centre Art Gallery 145 Richmond Street Charlottetown,
PE C1A 1J1
Partnership for this Exhibition
Canadian Heritage Information Network and
Jon L. Tupper, Confederation Centre Art Gallery (Lead Partner)
Francis W.P. Bolger, Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace
Roch Carrier, National Library of Canada
Elizabeth R. Epperly, L.M. Montgomery Institute, University of Prince
H. Wade MacLauchlan, President, University of Prince Edward Island
Michael Ridley, McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph
Jon L. Tupper, Confederation Centre Art Gallery
Elizabeth R. Epperly, Curator / L.M. Montgomery Institute
Kevin Rice, Confederation Centre Art Gallery
Lorne Bruce, McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph
Gillian Sullivan, Digital Library of Canada Task Force, National
Library of Canada
Mike Cochrane, Confederation Centre of the Arts Information Systems
Francis W.P. Bolger, Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace
Laurie Murphy, Project Co-ordinator
Laura Powell and Peter Morrison, Virtual Art Inc., Web Designers
Charles Tassell, Virtual Art Inc., Database Programmer
Heather Ludlow, Data Wrangler / Researcher
Monique Lafontaine, Translator (French)
Tracey Allen, Online Marketer
Partner Institutions and People
Canadian Heritage Information Network (CHIN):
Esther Rosenberg, VMC Investment Program Manager
Pierre Chalifour, VMC Investment Officer
Sheila Carey, Heather Dunn, and Claire Foreman, Artefacts Canada
Confederation Centre Art Gallery:
Jon L. Tupper, Art Gallery Director
Laurie Murphy, Virtual Museum of Canada Partnership Project Coordinator
Kevin Rice, Art Gallery Registrar
Shauna McCabe, Curator
Ben Kinder, Preparator
Judy Simpson, Art Gallery Administrative Assistant
Debbie Muttart, Art Gallery Receptionist
Lori Devine, Publications
Confederation Centre of the Arts:
David MacKenzie, CEO Confederation Centre of the Arts
Kim Ladner, Director of Finance
Mike Cochrane, Information Systems Manager
Katherine McMillan, Director of Marketing
Dustin Sorenson, Information Systems Webmaster
James Aylward, Director of Facility Rentals
Lena Gallant, Accounts Payable
Teri Hillstrom, Graphic Designer
Lorrie Jollimore, Confederation Centre Website Developer
Monique Lafontaine, Director of French Programming
Anna MacDonald, Publicist
Duncan McIntosh, Artistic Director of The Charlottetown Festival
Janet Marshall, Marketing Associate
Vince Prosper, Information Systems User Services
Eric Frenette, Catering
Jerry Heartz, Property
National Library of Canada:
Roch Carrier, National Librarian
Karen McGrath, Development Officer, Office of the National Librarian
Susan Haigh, Manager, Program Development, Digital Library of Canada
Gillian Sullivan, Senior Project Manager, Digital Library of Canada
Morris Mason, Project Leader, Digital Library of Canada Task Force
Line Parent, Manager, Copyright Bureau, Digital Library of Canada
Gérard Dicks Pellerin and Jonathan Fortier, Scanning Technicians,
Digital Library of Canada Task Force
McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph:
Lorne Bruce, Head, Archival and Special Collections
Ellen Morrison, Research Assistant, Archival and Special Collections
Linda Amichand, Library Associate, Archival and Special Collections
Michael Ridley, Chief Librarian
Dean Palmer, The Scenario
Kevin Eyre, Disktop Images
L.M. Montgomery Institute:
Elizabeth Epperly, Founder of L. M. Montgomery Institute
Elizabeth DeBlois, Executive Director
Heather Ludlow, VMC LMM Researcher / Data Wrangler
Jane Urquhart, International Advisory Board member
University of Prince Edward Island:
H.Wade MacLauchlan, President and Vice-Chancellor
Philip Smith, Dean of Arts
Phil Hooper, Comptroller
David Cairns, Director of Computer Services
Suzanne Copan, Director of Advancement Services
Simon Lloyd, Special Collections Librarian
Sheri McBride, Family and Nutritional Sciences
Lesley-Anne Bourne, English Professor
Richard Lemm, English Professor
Geoffrey Lindsay, Chair, English Professor
Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace:
Francis W.P. Bolger, Chairman, L.M. Montgomery Birthplace Trust
Viviane Fyfe, curator
Heirs of L. M. Montgomery Inc. and David Macdonald, trustee, Ruth
Macdonald, and Kate
for their active encouragement of Montgomery studies
Marian Hebb and Sally Cohen, for their good advice and generous
Ronald I. Cohen, for his extraordinarily knowledgeable and generous
Laura Powell and Peter Morrison, Virtual Art Inc. Web Designers
/ Web Developers, for their
patience, and ingenuity
Laurie Murphy, for co-ordinating this large enterprise so creatively,
positively, and tactfully
Jennie and John Macneill, Site of L.M. Montgomery's Cavendish Home,
for their genuine
devotion to Montgomery
studies, for use of photographs, and for supplying so generously
about Cavendish, Montgomery, and the Macneills
George and Maureen Campbell, Park Corner Museum, for supporting
research with true
Campbell hospitality, for use of images, for allowing us to tape
playing of the
Francis W. P. Bolger, for his deep appreciation of Montgomery and
for helping to change the
course of Montgomery
studies with his scholarship
Mary Henley Rubio and Elizabeth Hillman Waterston for the fine and
offer and inspire
Jane Urquhart, Governor General's Award-winning novelist, for her
passionate interest in
Support from Smart Communities projects through the L.M. Montgomery
Institute and the
of the Arts
Special Thanks (individuals and organizations are
listed in alphabetical order)
Gabriella Åhmansson, International Advisory Board of the
L.M. Montgomery Institute
Bala Museum: Jack Hutton and Linda Jackson-Hutton
Boily Photo, Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace images
Pamela Campbel, for the use of her CD For The Love 'O Burns
Gweneth Branch-Rice, Bluefield High School (PEI, Canada) Teacher
and her students
Kevin Brooks, computer programmer consultant (for his 3 dot research!)
Chesley and Shirley Clark, for information about the making of Montgomery's
Nancy Clement, Full Circle Alternative School (PEI, Canada) Teacher
and her students
Copyright holders, (rights holders, including publishers and illustrators)
of Book Cover illustrations / artistic work
Joan Connell, Language Arts Consultant with PEI Government Department
Jackie Cutcliffe and Gretha Rose, Cellar Door Productions
Lori Devine, for help with proofreading
Elizabeth Epperly for use of Marylee Griffith's 1895 scrapbook
Focus Group Participants: Judy Simpson, Mary Jane Maclean, Josette
Branch-Rice, Simon Lloyd, Amanda Bell, Doreen Smith, Nina
Hiro Fujii and Heather Brooks - Japanese Translation
Josette Gilbank and her scrapbooking group
John Hopkins, digital camera training
Fred Horton - Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace postcard
Katimavik: Samuel Cook and Michelle Kania
Kindred Spirits, George Campbell, Maureen
Campbell, and Ruth Hunter
Andrea Kunard, Photography Article
L.M. Montgomery Heritage Museum, Park Corner, PEI: Carolyn Collins,
Monique Lafontaine - French Translation
Eleanor Lamont, Somerset Elementary School (PEI, Canada) Teacher
and her students
Rob Leclair, Moses Media
Jocelyne Lloyd, for help with proofreading
Simon Lloyd, for help with proofreading
Jan Mollison, antique scissors and glue pot
Ellen Morrison, McLaughlin Library, University of Guelph, for voice
recordings and invaluable
the Guelph scrapbooks
Multimedia Department, Government of Prince Edward Island: Irwin
Campbell, Verna Lynne
Weeks, Mark Lambe
Mie Muraoka, granddaughter of Hanako Muraoka, original Japanese
translator of Montgomery
Laurie Murphy, digital camera operator (video and stills) for the
NHK (Japanese Network, New York, NY): Sarah Oki and crew
Dean Palmer, The Scenario - 4 X 5 transparencies of the Ontario
Parks Canada: Barb MacDonald
Louise Polland, for help with proofreading
Public Archives and Records Office of PEI: Marilyn Bell, Kevin MacDonald,
Kevin Rice, for help with proofreading
Mary Rubio, for personal assistance with research questions
Lionel Stevenson, Camera Art Photography - 4 X 5 transparencies
of the Prince Edward Island
University of Virginia: Board of Visitors, for use of INOTE 1998
Veterans Affairs Canada: Sheri Ostridge (Communications), Joyce
Cindy Wood, Focus Group Facilitator
Yun-Suk and Shin-Woo, Students attending "Study Abroad Canada"
school on PEI with English
as a Second Language
teacher Heather Brooks - Korean Translation
Note: Throughout the Web site, the following abbreviations have
been used frequently:
MDMM for My Dear
Mr. M.: Letters to G.B. MacMillan from L.M. Montgomery
SJ for The Selected
Journals of L.M. Montgomery (volumes I, II, III, IV)
This works cited excludes Montgomery's works cited
in the Book Covers section of this exhibition
Adjutant. The 116th Battalion in France.
Toronto: E.P.S. Allen, 1921.
Åhmansson, Gabriella. A Life and its
Mirrors: A Feminist Reading of L.M. Montgomery's
Vol. I. Stockholm: Uppsala, 1991.
Belier, Bill. "1888-1988: The Centenary of the Kodak,"
Photographic Canadiana Jan.-Feb.
The Bend in the Road: An Invitation to the
World and Work of L.M. Montgomery. CD-ROM.
L.M. Montgomery Institute, 2000.
Bolger, Francis W. P. The Years Before "Anne":
The Early Career of Lucy Maud Montgomery,
Author of "Anne
of Green Gables." Charlottetown, PEI: The Prince Edward
Cavendish Literary Society Fonds Acc. 2412. Public Archives and
Records Office of PEI.
Collins, Carolyn Strom and Christina Wyss Eriksson. Anne
of Green Gables Treasury.
---. Anne of Green Gables Treasury
of Days. Toronto: Penguin, 1994.
Dominion Institute and The Canadian Council for Unity. "Lucy
Understanding Our Heroes:Canada's Top 20 Heroes as chosen by
Epperly, Elizabeth Rollins. The Fragrance
of Sweet-Grass: L.M. Montgomery's Heroines and
the Pursuit of Romance.
Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1992.
---. "L.M. Montgomery's Visual Imagination."
Making Avonlea. Ed. Irene Gammel.
"Fitting Tribute to Lucy Maud: L.M. Montgomery gave us not
only the irrepressible Anne,
but reams of writings
that give us insight into our social history." Guardian
PE] 5 Oct. 1999: A6.
Gammel, Irene, ed. Making Avonlea: L.M. Montgomery
and Popular Culture. Toronto: U of
Toronto P, 2002.
[in press at launching of web site]
Gammel, Irene and Elizabeth Epperly, eds. L.M.
Montgomery and Canadian Culture.
Toronto: U of Toronto
Gillen, Mollie. The Wheel of Things: A Biography
of L.M. Montgomery. Don Mills, Ont.:
Granatstein, J. J. and Norman Hillmer. "The Lonely Diarist:
Lucy Maud Montgomery."
Maclean's 4 Sept.
Izawa, Yuko.. "A Bibliography of the Works of L.M. Montgomery
in Japan: Research Mainly
Based on the Booklist
in the Web-Opac System." Annals of the
Institute for Research in
Humanities and Social
Sciences. 11 (2002): 37-62.
Kunzig, Robert. "The Chemistry of Photography." Discover
August 2000: 24-27.
McCabe, Kevin, comp. and Alexander Heilbron, ed. The
Lucy Maud Montgomery Album.
Montgomery, L.M. The Alpine Path. Don
Mills, Ont. : Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1975.
---. The Blue Castle
manuscript: CM 67.5.9. Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum.
---. L.M. Montgomery's
Ephraim Weber Letters 1916-1941. Ed. Paul Gerard Tiessen
and Hildi Froese
Tiessen. Waterloo, Ontario: mlr Editions Canada, 2000.
---. My Dear Mr. M.:
Letters to G. B. MacMillan from L.M. Montgomery. 1980.
Ed. Francis W. P.
Bolger and Elizabeth R. Epperly. Toronto: Oxford U P, 1992.
---. The Selected Journals
of L.M. Montgomery. Ed. Dr. Mary Rubio and Elizabeth
Waterston. 4 vols.
Toronto: Oxford U P, 1985-1998.
---. Unpublished Diary. L.M. Montgomery
Collection. Archival and Special Collections,
University of Guelph.
---. Unpublished Scrapbooks: CM 67.5.12,
CM 67.5.15, CM 67.5.19. Confederation Centre
Art Gallery and
---. Unpublished Scrapbooks: Red Scrapbook
1, Red Scrapbook 2, Black Scrapbook 1, Black
Scrapbook 2. L.M.
Montgomery Collection. Archival and Special Collections,
University of Guelph.
Rubio, Mary Henley, ed. Harvesting Thistles:
The Textual Garden of L.M. Montgomery. Guelph,
Ont.: Canadian Children's
Thibodeau, Wayne. "L. M. Montgomery: Canadian hero."
Guardian [Charlottetown, PE] 28 Sept. 1999: A4.
Waterston, Elizabeth. "Lucy Maud Montgomery." The
Clear Spirit: Twenty Canadian Women
and Their Times.
Ed. Mary Quayle Innis. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1966. 198-220.