This collection consists of correspondence, minute books, memberships, newspaper clippings, and ephemera about 4 societies with which Fairweather was involved: Young Women's Patriotic Association, 1916-1917; Canadian Women's Press Club, 1916-1934; New Brunswick Loyalists' Society, 1889-1940, including copies of the muster rolls of the New Jersey Volunteers in the American Revolution; and Saint John Hospitality Centre, 1941-1945.
This collection consists of a letter written by Bliss Carman in 1915 while he was living in Haines Falls, NY., and addressed to Glen Walton Blodgett in Buffalo. Carman writes that he is honoured to be invited to a function in the company of distinguished guests. There is also a copy of the poem "In Excelsis", dated Christmas 1924, and printed on a single sheet of deckled, heavy weight paper. Both items bear Bliss Carman's signature.
Item is a newspaper clipping announcing the death of John Willard Wry, written in Sackville on August 22, 1937. According to the text, Willard passed away in the Amherst hospital following an operation for the amputation of his right leg.
The fonds consists of a handwritten notebook kept by Donald Pringle while in Beirut, Jordan, and Gaza in 1958 during his assignment as an Information Officer with the UN Observation team reporting on the Palestinian refugee camps. It includes notes for interviews, background information, and his own observations of conditions in the area and the efforts of the UN Relief and Works Agency operating there.
Fonds consists of early art works of Edwin Tappan Adney including cast and life drawings completed while he was a member of the Students Art League in New York around 1885-86. Fonds also contains other drawings, sketches, and notes on historical heraldry.