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Bishop Charles Inglis and Bishop John Inglis family

  • CA PANB MC58
  • Collection
  • Microfilmed and photocopied [ca. 1966]

This collection consists of one bound volume of copies and microfilms. It contains the correspondence of Charles Inglis and John Inglis with their superiors in England and their missionaries (Anglican) in the field. There are also extracts from each man's journals. The bound volume includes an introduction probably written by W. O. Raymond.

Inglis (family)

Barker brothers Riley Brook camps

  • CA PANB MC198
  • Collection
  • 1875-1932

The collection consists of a day book / account book (1905-1932) for the Riley Brook Camp(s), possibly under the management of Charles L. Barker in 1905. It records payments for upkeep, wages, and other expenses and income received from patrons. The collection also includes an address book, dated 1 January 1912, probably relating to patrons of the camp; a listing of beneficiaries of Independent Order of Foresters at Riley Brook (1903-1912); a listing of members of a subordinate court at Tobique; 3 deeds and a will relating to the family of James and Adelaide Burns; and 2 pamphlets advertising the camps.

Barker (family)

St. Andrews Masonic Lodge

  • CA PANB MC202
  • Collection

This collection consists of 15 minute books of Saint Mark's Masonic Lodge No. 5 for the years 1854-2007 inclusive, as well as a single minute book of Hibernian Masonic Lodge No. 318 for the years 1845-1863.

Masonic Order (Freemasons). St. Andrews Masonic Lodge (St. Andrews, N.B.)

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts

  • CA PANB MC230
  • Collection
  • 1702-1885

This collection consists of a detailed calendar of correspondence between clergy in New Brunswick and the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in London, 1821-1848. Most of the letters are written from New Brunswick, with a few replies from London. There is also a calendar of the letters from Archdeacon George Coster of Fredericton, 1829-1844. Both calendars include an index of the names appearing, biographical notes on the writers of the letters, and abstracts of the letters.

There are also 56 reels of microfilm containing other records related to New Brunswick, acquired from the Society, including an index, journals (1747-1860), and calendars (1702-1885)

Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts

Edward Winslow

  • CA PANB MC325
  • Collection
  • 1785

These two letters by Edward Winslow discuss a royal coat of arms, formerly in the Council Chamber in Boston, and removed, probably by Edward Winslow, at the time of the evacuation in 1776. Winslow authorizes Ward Chipman to give it to any worthy public room in Saint John. In 2003 the coat of arms hangs in Trinity Church, Saint John. The letters also discuss the politics of the new city of Saint John and the relative merits of Gabriel Ludlow and Elias Hardy as candidates for mayor.

Winslow, Edward

Hart family genealogy

  • CA PANB MC330
  • Collection
  • Photocopied 1979

These records were collected by members of the Hart family while researching their family history. They include family letters, telegrams, research notes, pedigree charts, newspaper clippings, and outlines of biographical sketches of Joseph William Hart, Minnie Blanche Hart, Dorothy Hart, Charlotte Robertson Hart, James Gilbert Hart, and William Edward Hart.

Hart, Joseph William (family)

Norman Strax affair

  • CA PANB MC373
  • Collection
  • 1968-1969

This collection consists of two parts. One folder contains collected press clippings and newspaper articles published about the case in the local newspapers of New Brunswick during the period 1968-1969. It consists mostly of letters to the editor in support of Professor Norman Strax and articles that followed the course of the case, from its inception to the student occupation of his office in support of his fight to be reinstated. Further letters to the editor record the position of the student groups fighting the University executive and council on the issue of identification cards and the power to censure professors for the free expression of ideas and public support of the students' position.

The second part is a bound volume of the 1968-1969 editions of the MacKenzie House, University of New Brunswick, fraternity house newsletter, "The Stag", and its reports on the Norman Strax affair. In addition there are numerous internal memos and letters from the University administration and the student groups involved in the case. As well, there are copies of reports and public statements of position from the Student Defense Society (SDS).

Strax, Norman

Parti Acadien collection

  • CA PANB MC214
  • Collection
  • 1974, 1978

The fonds contains the records of three candidates of the Parti Acadien: Réjean Comeau, Réal Gendron and Rose-Anna Leblanc. It includes flyers, campaign ads in newspapers, press clippings, memos and correspondence, and miscellaneous materials. The published platform of the party is also included.

Le Parti Acadien

Patience and Albert families genealogical collection : [1948]

  • CA PANB MC861
  • Collection
  • avant 1971

This collection consists of a photocopy of an extensive family history of the Albert family written by Jean Albert in 1948. He traces the family history beginning with the arrival of his grandparents in Canada from France. There are also copies of memoirs, accounts, and tax collection papers from Gloucester County.

Equal Opportunity Programme conference papers

  • CA PANB MC21
  • Collection
  • 1965 -1969

Stan Price, D. A. Hoyt, and Paul C. Leger, all on subjects relating to the Royal Commission on Finance and Municipal Taxation and the Equal Opportunity Programme. Also included are copies of the 16 February 1965 Speech from the Throne and a printed, typescript copy of the White Paper, along with a few drafts and notes relating to it.

New Brunswick. Equal Opportunity Programme

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