Buildings and structures

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  • The subject term Buildings and structures should be used with descriptions that are related to monuments, statues, shrines, residences, factories, churches, community centres, arenas, jails, hotels, commercial buildings, construction, trestles, building managements and bridges.
  • DO NOT USE when records pertain to functions or activities carried out in/on a building or structure, unless the building and function and function are directly related (ex. hotels - provide accommodation)

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Buildings and structures

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Buildings and structures

  • UF Bridges
  • UF Monuments
  • UF Architecture
  • UF Lighthouses
  • UF Statues
  • UF Shrines
  • UF Construction
  • UF Building Management
  • UF Houses
  • UF Lighthouses
  • UF Factories
  • UF Buildings
  • UF Arenas
  • UF Palaces
  • UF Jails
  • UF Hotels
  • UF Motels
  • UF Inns

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Buildings and structures

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Campbell's Fishing and Hunting Camp

  • CA ASM 2018-03-12/32
  • Item
  • Unknown

1 photograph of Campbell's Fishing and Hunting Camp in Upper Blackville (established in 1920). Photo shows row of four cabins.

Photograph of Riverview Cabins

  • CA ASM 2018-03-12/26
  • Item
  • Unknown

Photograph of the Riverview Cabins, owned by Herm Campbell of Upper Blackville. Photo shows row of five units.

Postcard Album

Series contains 86 postcards placed in an album in no particular order. The dated postcards range from 1906 to 1913, and were primarily addressed to Mrs. Walter I. Dixon [Jane Gillis], and also to Mr. Walter I. Dixon and Raymond Dixon. Postcards were sent from a number of relatives and friends. A number of the postcards depict locations in Canada as well as the United States. Most of the postcards contain messages.

St. Mary's Chapel-of-Ease (Chatham : Anglican)

  • CA PANB MC253
  • Fonds
  • 1882-1965

This fonds contains the administrative records of St. Mary's Chapel-of-Ease and of its various groups and associations. It consists of a register of confirmations (1887), registers of services, record books of contributions, and a record book of loans. Also included are minutes of the Parochial Guild and Women's Association, the Women's Association (senior and girls' branches), and the Rural Deanery, as well as a treasurer's book for the Women's Association (girls' branch) and a few pieces of correspondence relating to the Deanery. The register of services for 1921-1964 also contains entries for St. Paul's Church. Architectural plans and drawings of St. Mary's Chapel-of-Ease were transferred to the Map Section.

Anglican Church. St. Mary's Chapel-of-Ease (Chatham, N.B.)