Industries

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  • The subject term Industries should be used with descriptions that relate to source industries, resource industry cooperatives, processing, packing and shipping industries, construction, ship buildings and salvage companies and operations.
  • Resource Industry Cooperatives
  • Processing, packaging and shipping industries

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Industries

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Industries

  • UF Mining
  • UF Forestry
  • UF Fishing
  • UF Ship building
  • UF Construction
  • UF Agriculture
  • UF Farming
  • UF Construction
  • UF Ship Building
  • UF Lobby groups
  • UF Professional Groups

101 Archival description results for Industries

101 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

"McClary's Furnaces" Sign

  • CA THT 2012.3.61
  • Item
  • Unknown

Item is a metal sign used to advertise McClary Furnaces. Loops on sign used for holding chains to activate and deactivate furnace dampers.

"Time and Tide" Magazine

  • CA THT 2010.7.2
  • Item
  • 1962

Item is a magazine containing an advertisement for Fawceet coal and wood heaters, 2 letterheads for the Fawcett Foundry and photographs of the executive directors and officers.
Title: "Time and Tide in the Atlantic Provinces"

1950 Shoveling Snow

Item is a photograph of George W. E. Davis shoveling snow in front of the Sackville Box Factory (not visible in photo).

1978 Fawcett Foundry Inventory

  • CA THT 2010.7.1
  • Item
  • 1978

Item is an inventory of Fawcett Enamel & Heating products, advertisements and price lists for 1978.

Albion Steam Works

  • CA PANB MC248
  • Fonds
  • 1836-1839

This fonds consists of financial records for Albion Steam Works, dating from 1836 to 1839. They offer a window into the social life and economy of early 19th century Fredericton and area, recording the names of customers (residents) and occasionally their occupations (i.e., merchant, contractor, mason, innkeeper, miller, blacksmith, servant) and places of residence (i.e., Fredericton, Saint John, Woodstock, Stanley, Boiestown, St. Marys, Douglas, Nashwaak, Royal Road, Campbell), along with the foodstuffs, services, building supplies, and household goods they purchased. A number of customers were employees of Albion Steam Works.

There are 4 ledgers, one dating from 1836 to 1839, the second, from 1836-1839, the third, from 1837 to 1838, and the fourth from 1838 to 1839. There is also a day book, dating from 1837 to 1838. The 1836-1839 ledger (MS1A) contains both customer accounts and day book entries. Included among the customer accounts are a number pertaining to individuals and companies who were living in or working to establish the newly-created village of Stanley, most notably Commissioners E. N. Kendall and Richard Hayne and the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Land Company. The 1836-1839 ledger (MS1B) appears to be a continuation of first (MS1A) and likewise contains the names of customers, sometimes their places of residence and occupations, services performed, items purchased, amounts charged, and sums paid (cash, kind, and labour).

The 1837-1838 ledger includes both cash book entries and individual accounts, and the 1838-1839 ledger contains individual accounts. The cash book entries record monies and goods received and expended; the day book entries identify the items purchased and names of customers; and the account book entries record the names of customers, the items purchased, the amounts charged, and the payments received, either in cash, kind, or labour.

Albion Steam Works (Nashwaaksis, N.B.)

Barlow, Thomas & Co. (firm)

  • CA MNBM ID68
  • Fonds
  • 1843-1849

This fonds consists of a ledger for the Barlow, Thomas & Co. from 1843-1849.

Barlow, Thomas & Co. (firm)

Beaumont Quarry

Items are photographs of the Beaumont, NB quarry. Photographs show a variety of scenes including men working, grindstones loaded onto rail carts, building exteriors, stacks of finished grindstones, and the rock faces of the quarry.

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