This collection consists of personal journals, correspondence and other materials. The business and personal letters were written by and to Allan Moses, his sister Sarah, and Sarah's daughter, Florence Smith. There are many letters from Allan's trips to the Belgian Congo and the South Atlantic. There are stories by Sarah Moses Smith written for the Lewiston Journal, including handwritten and typed manuscripts and drafts, many incomplete and several copies of the Lewiston Journal, 1906-1923. There is also a scrapbook kept by Sarah Moses Smith and large black and white display photos of Allan Moses.
Fonds consists of correspondence, certificates, clippings, recipe books, photographs, memorial tributes and obituaries, poetry and related documentation that gives evidence of the lives of members of the Allen family. The contents of the fonds document connections with the Mount Allison Ladies' College via student Bertha Allen and provide links to the literary Roberts family.
18 photographs of Allen's Camps on the Cain's River. Includes photo of W. Harry Allen ("original Allen outfitter"); George Allen at Boston Sportsman's Show; George Allen, Herb Wade, Charlie Wade and Premier John B. McNair at Boston Show; Wendall Allen with sport; group photo at Boston show;trout fishing along the Cains; George T. Allen w/William Prodfoot (August 1926); Jim Scott's Father's team crossing Rocky Brook to reach cabins.
Fonds consists of legal documents and correspondence pertaining to Allison Barlow Connell's career as lawyer in Carleton County. There are signed mortgages, deeds, trusts, and leases involving clients of Allison Connell. These documents contain names, dates, and descriptions of transactions. Fonds also contains account information concerning the estates of Allison Connell, Charles Connell, and Lewis P. Fisher, Allison B. Connell's law partner who had made Connell an executor of his estate. Correspondence includes business letters from clients and business associates.
Collection consists of items accumulated or acquired relating to Allison M. Coll’s father, Rev. Dr. Norman Coll, including an autobiography and related biographical information.
Mount Allison University programme from the inauguration of William Thomas Ross Flemington as President of the University – Norman Arthur Hesler, Chairman of Board of Regents, presiding. – 18 October 1945. – 2 affixed leaves of textual records
Clipping from the Ottawa Journal of an article by Charles Lynch entitled “Ottawa’s Dr. Coll nominated for high United Church post”. – 22 June 1956. – 1 leaf of textual records
Bulletin for a Service of Thanksgiving for the Rev. Dr. Norman Coll at Parkdale United Church, Ottawa, Ontario. – 19 December 1990. – 1 folded leaf of textual records
Clippings from the Ottawa Citizen including the obituary for Rev. Dr. Norman Coll and an article entitled “Veteran minister served Parkdale for 31 years”. – 18 December 1990. – 1 leaf of textual records
Typescript of an autobiography entitled “This is my story” / Norman Coll. – 1980-1985. – 9 leaves of textual records
Note: This item was edited with additions by A.M. Coll between April and October 1993.
Fonds consists of organ music, musical programmes, an organ exam and promotional items as well as lists of publications and sound recordings available at the Mount Allison University Music Library, an address to alumni, a guest book from a music reunion in Toronto, an article about Francis Chaplin, details about student music examinations in 1967 and photographs. The contents of the fonds include references to Mary Densmore, Grace Bumbry, Clayton Hare, and Dorothy Swetnam. The contents of the fonds document Allison Patterson's interest in music, his professional career, and his musical relationship with Ethel Peake.
This fonds consists of two certificates. One is Steven's military discharge certificate dated 1902, which contains age, physical description, military unit and date discharged. There is also a freeman's certificate, 1967, presented to Alonzo Stevens and several others in honour of their military service.