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Winifred Grace McGill

  • CA MtA 50
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1929]

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.

McGill, Winifred Grace

John B. MacMeekin

  • CA MtA 72
  • Fonds
  • [189-?]

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.

MacMeekin, John B.

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

Lea C. Steeves

  • CA MtA 80
  • Fonds
  • 1956, 1990

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.

Steeves, Lea Chapman

Barbara Sternberg

  • CA MtA 82
  • Fonds
  • [1979?]

Fonds consists of 126 colored slides created for use with a cassette phonotape of Peter Fisher explaining foundry processes, with some interviews of the workers. The presentation documents Enterprise Foundry workers at various work stations and methods of processing.

Sternberg, Barbara

Lloyd White

  • CA MtA 83
  • Fonds
  • 1953-1954

Fonds consists of black and white, 8 x 10 in, photographs by Moncton Publishing Co., Ltd. including a game photograph of Mount Allison men’s basketball team vs. Harlem Globetrotters, 1953-54; a group photograph of Mount Allison men’s basketball team members with members of the Globetrotters team, 1953-54; and autographs of team members removed from the back of framed photograph.

White, Lloyd

Anne Louise (Smith) Read

  • CA MtA MtA85
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1942], 1955

Fonds consists of an address delivered at a graduation banquet for Mount Allison Home Economics students, by Anne Louise Read (ca. 1942), containing early history of the Massey Treble School of Home Economics, and a photograph of Mount Allison University Class of 1905, at their 50th reunion, 1955 (includes Herbert and Anne Read).

Read, Anne Louise (Smith), 1886-1968

Jessie Revell Ward

  • CA MtA 89
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1932

Fonds consists of letters, a telegram, invitations, a notebook, test papers, and many programs, from Mount Allison University events.

Ward, Jessie Revell

Stuart Trueman

  • CA UNB MG H 166
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1955, predominant 1950-1995

This fonds documents Stuart Trueman's literary career as author of books and articles published nation-wide between the late 1940s to the 1990s. It also documents his career as a reporter, editor, and columnist with The Telegraph-Journal and The Evening Times-Globe from the late 1920s to 1993. In addition, the fonds reflects his activities as a public speaker and as a member of several committees, most notably, the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission. It also reflects his work as the Bank of Canada's New Brunswick representative for its Canada Savings Bond campaigns. As well, this fonds contains some of Mildred Trueman's correspondence and financial records.

It includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, research materials, speaking notes, travel itineraries, newspaper clippings, minutes, report,s and personal mementos. The fonds also includes handwritten, typed, and published copies of Trueman's articles and columns as well as handwritten and typed copies of his books. Graphics include photographs, negatives, cartoon illustrations for books, promotional posters, proofs of book covers and original dust jackets. Artifacts that accompanied this fonds have not been processed and include invitations to various formal functions and certificates of appreciation.

Humorist, journalist, and amateur historian Stuart Douglas Trueman was born in Saint John, N.B. on 6 November 1911. He was the eldest of three sons and four daughters raised by Annie M. (Roden) and John Macmillan Trueman. Educated in local schools, Trueman graduated from Saint John High School in 1928. In 1937 he married Mildred Kate Stiles, daughter of Kate and Riley Stiles of River Glade, N.B. They had two sons, Douglas Hugh M. and Stuart Macmillan (Mac).

Trueman, Stuart

Mysterious East

  • CA UNB MG L 19
  • Fonds
  • 1969-1973

This fonds documents the production and distribution of The Mysterious East. It also reflects the political activities and left-leaning sympathies of the editors, and suggests the leading social and political concerns of the day.

Headquartered at Fredericton, NB, the magazine published editorials and articles primarily about Maritime issues from a local, but alternative perspective. These articles covered a wide range of topics: pollution, housing, censorship, birth control, drugs, police policies, and native problems. A popular monthly feature announced the recipient of the Rubber Duck Award. The Duck was usually given to public officials who, according to the editors, demonstrated "conspicuous knavery or incompetence or stupidity."

It contains incoming and outgoing correspondence, draft submissions, draft or working copies of articles, background research material, bank records, invoices (subscriptions), distribution and general office files, newspaper clippings, photographs and negatives. Artifacts include: 1 rubber stamp -- "Mysterious East" and 7 rubber ducks.

Mysterious East, 1969-1972

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