Fonds consists of papers compiled while a member of the Mount Allison Board of Regents. They include correspondence, committee reports, financial statements, Academy & Commercial College and School for Girls annual reports, and Post-War Fund Campaign.
This collection includes programs, brochures, university publications, and other material mainly collected by W.A. Wright while a student at Mount Allison. It is organized into five series: Mount Allison University Programs, 1963-1967 (sports programs, theatre programs); Mount Allison Winter Carnival, 1965-1968; University Publications, 1954-1969; Mount Allison Miscellaneous (notices, leaflet, catalogues); and Other Programs (Neptune Theatre programs).
Fonds consists of two letters to Hiram Copp, Sackville, New Brunswick, from James Robert Inch, Superintendent of Education, Province of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, regarding instructions for building a double house on Salem Street in Sackville. The letters are dated July 24 and August 1, 1893. They document the origin of a house owned by Mount Allison University since 1966, now called the French House. They also identify the residence of J.R. Inch, a former president of Mount Allison, who returned to Sackville to live after his retirement in 1909.
Fonds consists of a scrapbook compiled by Olive Nola McElmon while a student at the Mount Allison Ladies' College, 1919/20 and 1920/21, in which are cards, programs and other memorabilia, as well as descriptions of events or mementoes found in the scrapbook written by Olive Nola McElmon. Also included is a collection of items that were found unattached in the scrapbook. These include programs, invitations, letters, tests, and clippings.
Fonds consists of pages from scrapbooks onto which the following items were attached: photographs of students' work in arts and crafts; Winifred McGill's graduating exhibit identification card; photographic print of Mount Allison Building Fund Campaign poster by art student Winifred McGill, 1929; and various newspaper clippings.
Collection contains photocopies of genealogical notes on the Teed, Ayre, and Hanington families of Westmorland County, New Brunswick, compiled by John F.H. Teed between ca. 1941 aand 1971. They were sent to his grandson Scott Gillis, Middleton, Nova Scotia, with an accompanying letter.
Fonds consists of an Ontario Business College Student’s Guide (1891) and several exercise books. The exercise books, used by MacMeekin, are examples of a student’s work in the newly revived Academy Commercial program. Several have the Ontario Business College's name on the commercially printed cover. The remaining are Mount Allison Commercial College exercise books. It is possible that the former were used by the students of the newly revived commercial program until their own had been printed.
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.
Fonds consists of two copies of an address, “A Pre-Medical Mister Chips. Roy Fraser, Professor of Biology and Bacteriology, Mount Allison University, 1921-1955”, presented by Lea C. Steeves at the Dalhousie Medical History Society meeting, 8 January 1990. The address is a bound typescript (large print) to be given with slide presentation. One copy gives 1921-1955 in the title and the other, 1921-1957. There is also a cassette tape recorded by CHSJ. which includes excerpts from an address by Professor Roy Fraser, at a Mount Allison Pre-Med meeting, 27 February 1956.