Fonds consists of Photographs by various contributors that Includes 12 satellite photo negatives. Correspondence that includes letters and copies of letters to and from unit staff and others at various bases from Petawawa, Gagetown, Winnipeg and Germany. Some of these letters are handwritten but the majority are typed. History of the Regiment: Rough Draft of the How History. Correspondence with members regarding History including History notes. First draft of the History without pictures . A binder of photocopies of newspaper articles pertaining to the regiment's history and photocopies from various publications compiled for the 150th Anniversary of the Regiment. Service: Original hard covered book with Officers? Service from 1896-1944. Plus 10 pages of Officers Particulars including one page Slate of Officers. Publications: A copy of Instructions for Competition categories for NATO Allies exercises 1994 held in Germany. Included are photographs and articles pertaining to the 8th Hussars museum opening in Sussex. Also information in regards to museum operations and administration. Also included is a Certificate of Service for Otty Corbett. Nursing Sisters Madeline McEwen was a Nursing Sister with the rank of Lieutenant. She was commissioned on March 23, 1942. Sandra Muir was at Camp Aldershot, Nova Scotia. She was a 2nd Lt. This file includes an album CWAC Summer Camps 1966-1969.; 15 CWAC pictures( most are notated) donated by Sandra Muir. A Certificate of Service, a photograph and a Service Badge Certificate from Madeline McEwen. Rangers: 1 page Militia Orders of 1903 and 14 pages of Regimental Organization and Historical Sketch. 2 videos one original and a copy of Vimy Ridge.
The fonds consists of militia service rolls for the years 1893, 1896, 1900 and 1912 for Westmorland County. The service rolls for the years 1893, 1896, and 1912 include the recruits' age, place of residence, and date of enlistment. The 1900 roll is incomplete and provides only the men's names and corresponding rank.
The fonds also contains photocopies of issues of "The 8th Hussar" newsletter, published weekly by the 8th Princess Louise (NB) Hussars (Vol. 1, #1, 26 August 1945 – Vol. 1, #14, 24 November 1945 inclusive).
Fonds consists of a photocopied History which includes history of Regiment, of Flag, Coat of Arms and HRH Princess Louise. 9 pages about the Peace Organization of the Cavalry photocopied from the Army Review. Also included are photocopies of article by Patricia Belier re: Isaac Burpee 1875-1951 a well known businessman and 2nd Lt. of the 8th Hussars. 1848-1913 ,General Orders and Routine Orders. Also 1909-1910 Bound Copy of Appointments, Regulations, General and Militia Orders. 3 original books 1- June 1907-1911 Regiment Orders, 2-1892-1894 Orders and 3 1899-June1908 Routine Orders. Personnel in uniform, list of Regiment members and 1867 Report of the Militia . A copy of Dress regulations for the Militia 1907.and Ceremonial Sabretachs and dress uniforms 1880-1900s'. Photocopied pages of the Field Exercise and Evolutions of Infantry 1861and a photocopied newspaper clipping of 1896 describing the regiments service in the Sudan and 1 photo of the Royal Canadians in South Africa. 5 pages of prizes- 1875 photo silver coffee urn which was the prize for shooting; a silver trumpet for Efficiency and a Certificate of Military Instruction for Lt. J W Black. Training- photo 1901 Cavalry Training School in Toronto and a original copy of Kings regulations and Orders for 1912. A bound copy of 1901-1908 Instructions for Camps , and original pieces of paper-Discharge Certificate for CM Brown, 2 messages from King George VI. Annual Reports 1880-1887. and a bound copy of Annual Reports 1880 and a bound copy of Annual Reports 1890-1899
This fonds consists of bills of sale, contracts, correspondence, dues, inspection and registration certificates, and licenses related to the A. & R. Loggie Company, 1887 - 1917. There is also a file of correspondence from Jack B. Estey concerning the UNB acquisition of A. & R. Loggie documents.