Community life

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  • The subject term Community life should be used with descriptions that relate to community events or organizations, promotions of communities, groups working for the development and/or maintenance of evens, services and facilities for community, community spirit and community promotion, fraternal organization, and community activities and events. Communities can exist in towns, municipalities, villages, or neighbourhoods and can be culturally. religiously, camp, or school based.

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Community life

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Community life

  • UF Community Activities
  • UF Community Events
  • UF Community Spirit
  • UF Community support
  • UF Charitable Organizations
  • UF Fraternal organizations

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Community life

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1905 Sackville Hockey Team Photograph

  • CA THT 2010.4.9
  • Item
  • ca. 1905

Item is a framed photograph of the 1905 Sackville Town Hockey team with their Provincial Championship trophy pictured in the centre.

1912 - 1913 Blueprint of Sackville

  • CA THT 2009.20.7
  • Item
  • 1912-1913

Item is a blueprint map of Sackville surveyed by Class 1912-1913. Includes York St., Main St., Weldon St., Park Lane, Josiah Wood's home, Music Hall Block, Post Office, Methodist Church and other buildings of importance.

1920 Sackville Citizens Band Photographs

  • CA THT 2010.4.10
  • Item
  • ca. 1920

Item is framed series of photographs featuring the 1920 Sackville Citizens Band. Includes a group photo and individual portraits with name and instrument.

Barry family

  • CA PANB MC303
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1840]-1943

This fonds documents the legal career of Jeremiah Hayes Barry and sheds light on his family life, his personal activities, and the activities of his children.

It consists of more than 450 legal case files that contain correspondence and legal documents pertaining to property transactions, the settling of estates, civil suits, bankruptcies, agreements, and other matters. Legal records also include additional professional correspondence, a legal ledger (1887-1906), a journal pertaining to the Symonds & Burpee estate (1880-1891), office accounts, ledgers, and legal papers (1840s-1900s).

Personal records include correspondence relating to J. H. Barry's appointment to the Supreme Court, his personal correspondence, and materials relating to the Victoria Public Hospital, the University of New Brunswick, St. Francis Xavier University, St. Dunstan's parish (Roman Catholic) and St. Dunstan's school.

Family records include the correspondence of J. H. Barry, Isabella Barry, and the Barry children; household receipts; invoices; materials pertaining to the children's schooling (examinations, study notebooks on various subjects, grades); Charles Barry's lecture notes from Dalhousie law school; newspaper clippings; and photographs.

Barry (family)

Bridge Street Postcard

Item is a postcard addressed to a Mrs. George Blake in Concord Junction, Massachusetts. The message discusses the image on the front, which shows a section of Bridge Street in Sackville, NB. The message is signed “E. M. R.”

Carolyn Smith Collection

  • CA THT CSmith
  • Collection
  • Unknown

Collection contains the following items:
1857 Domestic Bible
Crocheted purse
Hand-embroidery
Embroidered purse
Family photographs
Printed materials
3 Wall hangings

Diamond Jubilee Celebration 1/5

Item is a photograph of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Canada’s Confederation, 1 July 1927. This photograph shows a group of women in period costume representing different eras. The picture was taken on the front steps of the Men’s Residence at Mount Allison University (entrance off York Street).

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