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.
Item is a letter addressed to Pauline Alward regarding her completion of a correspondence course she took, as well as a statement written by Alward during this time which displayed her determination to complete the course.
Item is a photograph of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation, 1 July 1927. This photograph was taken from Crane’s Corner, Sackville, NB, and shows Mr. Trites in the lead followed by ladies representing different eras of dress since 1867.
Item is a photograph of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation, Sackville, NB, July 1 1927. This photograph shows a group of ladies representing different eras of dress since 1867 and who took part in the parade. Beverly Trites was the president. The picture was taken on the front steps of the Men’s Residence at Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB.
Item is a photograph of Mabel and John Alward’s farm, formerly the Baird property, in approximately 1908. This photograph shows the house, barn, outhouses, and granary (wider white doors) where oats were stored in fall for personal use and sale.
Item is a photograph of the female employees of George E. Ford’s All Purpose Store which was located on Main Street, Sackville, NB.
From left to right: First Row: Alice Wry (Cashier) who later became Mrs. T. A. Siddal, Lizzie Siddal (T. A.’s sister) Second Row: Miss McLean of St. John (Head Milliner), Lizzie Gillis, Mabel Lena Wry who was the Head Milliner before marrying John B. Alward Third Row: Jennie Amos, Casey Chase who became Mrs. Willard Bowser, and Nita Atkinson.