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Bigelow family fonds

  • CA MtA 0049
  • Fonds
  • [1870?], 1900-1950

Fonds consists of photographs, predominantly of Mount Allison sports teams, 1900-1939; Certificate of Honour to Harold E. Bigelow by University of Mount Allison College, 1903; Baccalaureate address by Dr. H.E. Bigelow at Mount Allison University, 1946; articles by, or in regards to, H.E. Bigelow; Bigelow family memorabilia; a postcard of Mount Allison Ladies' College, between 1910 and 1920; and the notebook of Barbara A. Suthergreen, later the wife of Henry Bigelow, from when she was a student at the Mount Allison Ladies' College, 1870-1871, and a paper entitled "The Sabbath School Library". The contents of the fonds document the connections of three generations of the Bigelow family with Mount Allison University.

Bigelow family

Black family fonds

  • CA MtA 0018
  • Fonds
  • 1829-1992

Fonds consists of two series:

Series 1 - consists mainly of Black Family business records (1873-1992) including J.L Black and Sons Ltd., Black Realty Company, Eastview Investments Ltd., Westmorland House Antiques, and Black's Hardware Ltd., and the J. Laurence Black files (1903-1991). There are also Joseph L. and Mary Black files, Frank B. Black files, and files of connecting families - Snowball, Borden, and Caldwell. There are property records (1829-1991) which include personal and business transactions of Black family members, Black family investment records, land surveys, maps, architectural drawings, photographs, and negatives.

Series 2 - consists of a collection of material related to the Black family of Sackville, New Brunswick; Joseph L. Black papers, 1899-1907; J.L. Black and Sons, LTD records, 1859-1966; Sackville Public Temperance and Town Hall, Middle Sackville, New Brunswick, records, 1877-1961; Frank Bunting Black papers, 1917-1945; J. William Black; newspapers; R. Ernest Estabrooks, historical sketches of Westmorland County; and miscellaneous.

Black family (Westmorland County)

Bonar Ferguson Mundle

  • CA MtA 133
  • Fonds
  • [1920?-1930?]

Fonds consists of two photographs of the Sackville United Church, Sackville, New Brunswick - front and side exterior, including a view of the parsonage, and interior view of the auditorium, showing the pipe organ which was installed in 1928.

Mundle, Bonar Ferguson

Bruce W. Phinney

  • CA MtA 106
  • Fonds
  • 1991

Fonds consists of surname indexes: index to the "History of Sackville", by W.C. Milner; index to the "Estabrooks Family, Sackville, New Brunswick", by Ernest Estabrooks; index to "Genealogical Study of James Cole and Related Maxwell, Cook, Lockhart and Teed Families", by Frank A. Walker.

Phinney, Bruce W.

Caroline Story

  • CA MtA 56
  • Fonds
  • 1916

Fonds consists of photographs of 2 views of the 1916 Mount Allison Ladies' College Drill and spectators in the Ladies' College Park.

Story, Caroline

Carolyn Spicer fonds

  • CA MtA 121
  • Fonds
  • [between 1908 and 1910]

Fonds consists of a scrapbook used to compile programmes, invitations and related ephemera from Carolyn Spicer’s time at the Mount Allison Ladies’ College. The contents of the fonds provide evidence of numerous sporting, recreational and leisure activities (i.e. skating) on the campus and provide evidence of what was of interest to female student in the first decade of the twentieth century.

Scrapbook contents list:

p. 1. Christmas greeting to Carolyn from Isaac [Spicer]. -- n.d.

p. 3. Engagement card - Mount Allison Ladies' College Reception. -- n.d.
Invitation / programme / engagement card - YWCA and YMCA Welcome Reception. -- 1 October 1909
Programme - A and A [Acadia and Allison ?] "At Home". -- 1909.

p. 4. Unidentified brochure cover - Acadia College, Wolfville, N.S.
Engagement card-Mount Allison Academy skating party
Jan, 21, 1910

p. 5. Notice - Candy for sale by White Violet Mission Band, Methodist Church. n.d.

Invitation to Carolyn Spicer-Miss Baker "At Home", Jan. 28-9, ____.

p. 6. Christmas Greeting card from James A. Huntley, representing G.E. Barbour & Co., Saint John, N.B. 1909

List of ladies "excused", Feb. 4, ____.

p. 7. Programme - "The Rivals", a drama presentation by students of Mount Allison, Music Hall, Sackville, N.B., Apr. 16, 1909

p. 9. Napkin-"Knights of Pythias souvenir" n.d.

Programme - YWCA Topics, 1909-1910

p. 10. Programme - Faculty Concert, Beethoven Hall, Nov. 12, ___.

p. 11. Souvenir of the formation of Club Advocate Merry Makers, at Mrs. C.W. Elderkin's, Feb. 22, 1908

Miss Hazel Morehouse's name card

p.12. Ticket or pass for Summer School of Science, excursion to Joggins Mines, Steamer "Wilfred C." n.d.

p. 13. Basketball team schedule

p. 14. Programme - University Convocation Exercises, June 1, 1909 (located in separate file)

p. 15. Student Timetable, Jan. 26, 1910

p. 17. Advertisement brochure - containing biographical data and press notices for Mark Hambourg (pianist), at Beethoven Hall, Sackville, N.B., Feb. 1,____.

p. 18. Programme - Mount Allison Ladies' College Commencement, 1909

p. 19. Programme - Mount Allison Ladies' College Commencement, 1910

p. 20. Postcard - Mount Allison Ladies' College from Park, Sackville, N.B. (located in separate file)

p. 22. Postcard - Lingley Hall, Sackville, N.B. (located in separate file)

p. 24. Clippings - Cartoon by W.A. Rogers with the caption "Back from the summer boarding-house" and article by J.O. Tait with the headline "Bank spill red ink and maybe blood"

p. 25. Clipping - cartoon by W.A. Rogers with the caption "Back again to hard study"

p. 26. Two handwritten notices re: dress making by Murray Hayward and a lost pin

p. 27. Message for the the members of the girls basketball team.

p. 28. Programme - Mark Hambourg Tour, Beethoven Hall, Sackville, N.B., Feb. 1, 1910

p. 29. Message re: choice of room by Gladys Gilliss and a clipping with the headline "He didn't mind"

p. 30. Message left by callers, Feb. 13, 1910

Ticket for passage from Spring Hill Junction to Parrsboro, Cumberland Railway & Coal Co. n.d. [ca. 1910]

Ticket - "Souvenir of college ice, Feb. 26, 1910"

Ticket for Miss C. Spicer's passage from ? to Saint John, by Steamer "Brunswick" n.d.

p. 31. Transcribed poem composed by H.E. Morehouse

p. 32. "The Flower Basket" (a quiz of 17 questions to be answered with the name of a flower) 1 p. (located in separate file)

p. 33. Message to George from H.H.B. "Souvenir of Mock Parliament, Feb, 26, 1910"

Carolyn Spicer's season ticket for the Sackville Skating Rink, 1909-10

p. 35. Message to Mr. H. Biggar, Leader of the Opposition, from F.H. Rowe, Commander of Guard

p. 37. "Ladies' College Yell" and hockey game score, Feb. 17, 1910

p. 38. Invitation and programme - graduating recital for Misses Bertha Bigney (pianist), and Jessie Atkinson (reader), April 15, 1910

p. 39. Programme - Mount Allison Mock Parliament

p. 41. Note to Carolyn from unidentified Bobby

p. 43. Programme - Grand Festival. Formal Opening of Charles Fawcett Memorial Hall, Sackville, N.B., May 26-28, 1910 (located in separate file)

p. 46. Programme - University of Mount Allison College, Baccalaureate Service, May 29, 1910

p. 47. Note for Carolyn Spicer

p. 48. Dance engagement card - Westfield, August 13, 1910
(located in separate file)

p. 49. Theatre Programme - drama presentation "Breezy Point" n.d.

p. 51. Report on the 2nd University team versus the 2nd Ladies' College basketball game, April 20, 1910

p. 52. Report on the ladies' basketball game opening the new gymnasium, March 19, 1910; also the game against the Amherst High School, April 9

p. 53. Playbill - Excursion to Port Elgin, Feb. 10, conducted under the auspices of the Sackville Citizens' Band in connection with the Hockey Match & Skating Party, Port Elgin Rink

p. 54. Note to Caroline from Bertha R? (located in separate file)

p. 55. Order of Service for Students' Missionary Sunday, April 3, 1910, Methodist Church, Sackville, N.B.

p. 61. Invitation and programme-graduating recital by Misses Margaret Harper (pianist), Frances Hawker (organist), and Georgina Melanson (violinist), April 5, 1910

p. 63. C. Spicer's practice slip

p. 68. Miss C. Spicer's class standing

p. 69. Programme - Encaenia of the University of New Brunswick at Fredericton, June 2, 1910 (Isaac C. Spicer, graduate)

p. 94. Programme - Amateur Athletic Sports, University of New Brunswick, May 24, 1909

p. 95. Programme - Amateur Athletic Sports, University of New Brunswick, May 25, 1908 (inscribed "Isaac C. Spicer")

p. 96. Notice to the lady students listed

p. 97. Programme for a Grand Festival of Concerts at Fawcett Hall, May 26-28 [1910].

Note: On reverse an introduction to the Boston Festival Orchestral Club, and in particular Miss Helene Wetmore (graduate of Mount Allison Conservatory).

p. 98. Playbill - "Amerno, the Eminent Hypnotist", Music Hall,
March 17, 18, 19. (located in separate file)

p. 99. Menu - Sackville Restaurant, J.H. Teare, Proprietor. n.d.

p. 100. Postcard - "The Manicurist". Message to Miss Robena Richardson on reverse.
(located in separate file)

p. 101. Invitation and programme-graduating recital of Mabelle Phillips (vocalist), Bessie Coates (reader), and Annette Matthews (pianist), May 13, 1910

p. 103. Note to Miss C. Spicer from Miss Baker? re: absenteeism

p. 105. Henry Lawrence Southwick's 1910 touring brochure re: Lectures and recitals, Beethoven Hall, April 1, 1910

p. 107. "Souvenir of picnic, April 26, 1910"-wax paper? with list of names

Miss H. Gladys Gilliss' name card

p. 108. Programme - Nineteenth Annual Closing Exercises of Rothesay Collegiate School, Rothesay, N.B. 1910

p. 109. Invitation to the 19th Closing Exercises of Rothesay Collegiate School, June 12-16, 1910.

Invitation and programme-graduating recital of Misses Hannah Clarke (pianist), Alice Melanson (pianist), and Mary Evans (reader), April 29, 1910

p. 113. Invitation to Miss Spicer from the students of the University of New Brunswick requesting her presence at an unidentified event, April 4, 1910

p. 114. Poster - YMCA Skating Party, Copp's Rink, Feb. 11, ____.
Attached note "tickets for sale in room 263". (located in flat oversize storage)

p. 118. Programme - Mt. Allison A.A.A. [Amateur Athletic Association?] Concert. n.d.

p. 119. Notes re: basketball game between Nova Scotia and The World. n.d.

p. 120. Miss Katherine C. Bates' name card (located in separate file)

p. 121. Playbill - "Valley Farm" a drama presentation for the benefit of Holy Trinity Church, in The Hall at Port Greville, April 25, ____. (located in separate file)

Spicer, Carolyn Gesner

Carter family

  • CA MtA 53
  • Fonds
  • 1811-1972

Fonds consists of Carter family records from the family bible of William and Elizabeth Carter, 1811-1972.

Carter family

Charles D. Stewart

  • CA MtA 094
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1938, 1972

The Charles D. Stewart series contain general correspondence, 1912-1934; correspondence regarding a memorial to Mrs. Charles D. Stewart, 1918 and 1934; letters to Charles Stewart regarding the death of Harriet S. Stewart; and material regarding Harriet Starr Stewart.

The Harriet Starr Stewart series includes letters and notes to Harriet from members of various Women’s Missionary Societies upon her leaving for Regina, 1917; a letter (possibly a draft) to friends of the Sackville Auxiliary of the W.M.S. from Harriet S. Stewart, Regina, 1 May 1917; a statement of appreciation by the Board of Management of the Sackville Methodist Sunday School, following Harriet’s departure for Regina; and an MA Hood received by Harriet S. Stewart, Mount Allison University, 1885. Included in the papers is a book, "Tales of Tantramar". A souvenir of Sackville, New Brunswick, by Mabel Dixon.

Stewart, Charles D.

Charles DeWolfe

  • CA MtA 79
  • Fonds
  • 1836-1846

Fonds consists of a book of sermons, which includes 12 sermons, 1836-1839; a journal, inscribed “Journal commencing May 1837, ending May 1840", which actually begins with his arrival in Falmouth, 19 April 1837; and a journal, inscribed "Journal, Halifax & Windsor, commencing 17 Oct. 1842 - May 1846", which actually ends July 1846.

DeWolfe, Rev. Charles

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