General material designation
- Textual record
Other title information
Title statements of responsibility
- Source of title proper: Title based on contents.
Level of description
Edition statement of responsibility
Statement of scale (cartographic)
Statement of projection (cartographic)
Statement of coordinates (cartographic)
Statement of scale (architectural)
Issuing jurisdiction and denomination (philatelic)
1912-1938, 1972 (Creation)
- Stewart, Charles D.
Title proper of publisher's series
Parallel titles of publisher's series
Other title information of publisher's series
Statement of responsibility relating to publisher's series
Numbering within publisher's series
Note on publisher's series
Name of creator
Charles D. Stewart was the son of the Rev. Charles Stewart, DD, Professor of Theology, Dean of Theology, and Chaplain at Mount Allison University from 1870-1910. He attended the Male Academy from 1875 to 1881, later marrying Annie D. Mosher, Ladies’ College student 1885-1886, and daughter of the Rev. John A. Mosher, an earlier student of Mount Allison.
Charles had a dried goods store on Bridge Street, Sackville, New Brunswick, which he operated from 1897 until 1907, when he moved to Regina. He had three children: Charles M. (b. 1902), another son, and a daughter, A. Jean Lavinia (BA 1931). He was the brother of Lavinia Margaret (Ladies' College, 1874, and Mount Allison Academy faculty member, 1875-1881), Harriet Starr (BA 1882, MA 1885), and William H. (Male Academy 1874-1876). In 1917, Charles’ wife, Annie, died. Her sister Harriet moved to Regina to care for his household and children, where she later died in 1931.
Scope and content
The Charles D. Stewart series contain general correspondence, 1912-1934; correspondence regarding a memorial to Mrs. Charles D. Stewart, 1918 and 1934; letters to Charles Stewart regarding the death of Harriet S. Stewart; and material regarding Harriet Starr Stewart.
The Harriet Starr Stewart series includes letters and notes to Harriet from members of various Women’s Missionary Societies upon her leaving for Regina, 1917; a letter (possibly a draft) to friends of the Sackville Auxiliary of the W.M.S. from Harriet S. Stewart, Regina, 1 May 1917; a statement of appreciation by the Board of Management of the Sackville Methodist Sunday School, following Harriet’s departure for Regina; and an MA Hood received by Harriet S. Stewart, Mount Allison University, 1885. Included in the papers is a book, "Tales of Tantramar". A souvenir of Sackville, New Brunswick, by Mabel Dixon.
Immediate source of acquisition
Language of material