Fonds MG H 158a - Bonny River Lumber Company

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Bonny River Lumber Company

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CA UNB MG H 158a

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86 cm of textual records

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(fl. ca. 1920-1924)

Administrative history

Born at Galway, Albert County on 26 August 1880, Arthur Jerome O'Connor was a lumber merchant in Saint John, New Brunswick during the second decade of the twentieth century. In the 1920s he served as vice-president of Bonny River Lumber Co. Ltd., located near Saint George, New Brunswick. In 1924, most of the assets of Albert Lumber Company were sold to Bonny River Lumber Company, although Albert Lumber Company continued to exist for several years.

Source: Prominent People of the Maritimes Provinces, 1922.

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Scope and content

This fonds documents the business activities of lumber merchant A. J. O'Connor, Albert Lumber Company and Bonny River Lumber Company.

It includes correspondence, minutes of directors' meetings, and financial records which include cash books, general ledgers, salary and expense accounts and shipping and logging accounts.

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  • English

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