Educators— I can be contacted for classroom visits at: morganjlee(at)hotmail(dot)com
Breakwater Books is the publisher for Almost Home:The Sinking of the S.S. Caribou and The Newfoundland & Labrador Colouring Book. Check out this link if you want to buy my comic book on-line. (And really–why wouldn’t you!)
Red Ochre Gallery The nice people at the Red Ochre Gallery sell my paintings and etchings, check out this link if you want to contact them about anything you see here or on their website.
My woodblock engravings are carried by the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Craft Shop in St. John’s, Ocean View Art Gallery in Carbonear, Running the Goat Press, and the WaterShed Coffee Shop in Petty Harbour.
Or you can contact me directly at the email above.
Hi . I have just an old 18×24(or there about) framed picture named “The SS Caribou and her Gallent Crew ” . It has a picture of the ship and all around the edge it has a photo of the crew members and their names and rank. It belonged to my family for along tim and was handed down to my brother Jeff but when I went home to Newfoundland for a visit he gave it to me. It’s not much just an old black and white picture ,but I am afraid to take it out of the frame its so old. It means something to us. Allison
Hi Allison, A printer from Corner Brook named Thornhill printed those posters. The NL Railway gave framed copies to families of crew members lost on the Caribou and they were available for purchase. He also printed a booklet called “One night in October” which he printed in 1945, with the same photos but more information.
Hi Jennifer, I thought I had sent you a picture of my grandfather Arthur Barry. Can you send me your email address so that I can send you one?