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Read Stone Company New Brunswick
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James Leaman Dixon Letter Collection

Collection of letters written by Jame Leman Dixon from the Read Stone Quarry in Stonehaven, NB to his brother Walter Irwin Dixon in Sackville, NB on the following dates:
7 May 1899
12 October 1899
23 June 1901
15 July 1901
30 August 1901
15 October 1901
2 April 1902
8 May 1902
19 May 1902
23 May 1902
26 June 1902
23 September 1902
1 December 1902

Grindstone Production Newspaper Article

Item is a photocopy of a front page newspaper spread from the St. John Standard discussing the Read family, the grindstone business, the quarry at Stonehaven and related topics.

Letters to Workmen's Compensation Board

Item is a letter written by the Read Stone Company to the Workmen’s Compensation Board in Saint John, NB in 1921, discussing two separate cases of injury.
Photocopy provided for legibility

Grindstone Industry Museum Display

Item contains a group of photographs showing the museum set up by Herbert Read in Marshlands Inn, Sackville, NB to display grindstone industry artifacts.

Read Grindstone History

Item is a copy of the history of the Read Grindstone as dictated to George Stanely by Herbert William Read in 1971. Document was revised and edited by Herbert W. Read’s son, Herbert C. Read.

Read Stone Company Fond

  • CA THT ReadStone
  • Fonds
  • 1800-2009

First accession contains items from six plywood boards used in the Grindstone Museum set up by Herbert C. Read in the “Carriage House” of the Marshlands Inn, which includes various materials pertaining to the Read Stone Company and grindstone production, including primarily photographs, as well as graphic drawings, newspaper clippings, and other textual records.

Second accession, contains materials pertaining to the Read Stone Company, grindstone production, and the Read family. Content includes primarily photographs, as well as postcards, articles, and a guest book from the Marshlands Inn which was formerly the Read home, and that contained a museum devoted to displaying the history of the grindstone industry in Sackville.