This fonds consists of personal, business, financial, and legal records relating to the Violette family, particularly, A. J. Violette and his sons, Émile and Léonard. It includes personal, business, political, and military correspondence; telegram message booklets; certificates; licenses; and insurance policies. Business and financial records include two account books recording liquor sales; one account book each for the woodworking factory, Len's Service Station, and the Brunswick Hotel or Hotel Brunswick (wages); statements of account and balance sheets for The Hammond hotel; bills charged to the various businesses; receipts; bank books; bank statements; cancelled cheques; cheque stubs; and pages from the register of the Hotel Brunswick. Legal records include deeds, contracts, agreements, a bill of sale for the schooner "Grace & Lou", and documents relating to violations of the liquor acts. There are also pamphlets, booklets, and posters pertaining to rationing or recruitment of men and women for service in the Second World War.