A newspaper cutout that contains two articles discussing the "Anne of Green Gables" musical created by Norman Campbell, Donald Harron, Elaine Campbell, and Mavor Moore. The first article is titled "Royalty to attend Anne of Green Gables-the Musical" and mentions Japanese Princess Takamado attending the opening night performance of the musical on June 19. A second article is titled "Landing a Romeo Role" and is about Jory Rossiter becoming the next Gilbert for the "Anne of Green Gables" musical. The rest of the article is attached to the cutout with a piece of tape.
An article about Prince Edward Island and "Green Gables" in Cavendish, PEI. The "Anne" books listed are: "Anne of Green Gables," "Anne of Avonlea," "Anne of the Island," "Anne's House of Dreams," "Rainbow Valley," and "Rilla of Ingleside."
There are several articles discussing the "Anne of Green Gables" musical created by Norman Campbell, Donald Harron, Elaine Campbell, and Mavor Moore at the 40th Charlottetown Festival. There is also an article remembering Norman Campbell and an ad from Mayor Clifford Lee thanking Anne.
The poem "The Fringed Gentian" appears as part of chapter five, "Fringed Gentian," of Tam! The Story of a Woman. Part of this poem appears in "Emily of New Moon" as an inspiration for Emily to become a writer. The title for L.M. Montgomery's biography, "The Alpine Path," also pulls inspiration from this poem.