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Collection contains the following items:
1857 Domestic Bible
3 Wall hangings
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Collection contains the following items:
1857 Domestic Bible
3 Wall hangings
Item is a copy of The Border and Westmorland and Cumberland advertiser (vol. XIV) which included advertisements, and news regarding local agriculture, commercial intelligence, politics, education, religion and literature.
This fonds documents the literary career of Alden Nowlan. It includes rough drafts of poems and two short stories as well as galley proofs of short stories and typescripts of poems written at Hartland and Saint John, NB, between 1958 and 1962.
The fonds also includes copies of tributes to Nowlan, copies of published volumes, copies of articles by Nowlan, and reviews of his works.
The series consists of the records of George Thomas Taylor, including letters, photos and articles.
Taylor, George Thomas
This collection consists of a scrapbook that contains a wide variety of items including receipts for locally purchased medicines, articles on Western Canada, socialism in England and gardening
Gillett, Violet Amy
This fonds consists of correspondence and minutes, including the correspondence of the Women's committee and minutes of the Board of Directors, 1950-1962. There are reports and financial statements, lists of donors, receipts and legal papers. Records of public programming have been assembled, including scrapbooks, printed ephemera, press clippings, programs and tickets.
Saint John Symphony Orchestra Association
"The collection, consists of correspondence, genealogical notes, manuscripts, photographs, and published genealogies and diary.
Correspondence, 1923-1964, consists primarily of letters dealing with Estabrooks and related families, mostly New Brunswick although there is a small amount from various U.S. locations including Michigan, New York and Maine. There is a small amount of correspondence on subjects unrelated to genealogy such as Florence Estabrooks' writing of poetry and at least 1 play and include letters from Robert Cattley of the Classics Dept. at University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B. and Ernest Crake or Croke of Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B. concerning her play ""Alexander of Abounoteichus"", which was staged at Mount Allison University in the mid 1950s.
There are also two letters from the Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals, of London, England in regard to her request for information about the organization in 1935 and the receipt of Florence's membership fee in February 1936. The organization whose president was Barbara Wootton and membership included Bertrand Russell and Aldous Huxley was formed in 1932 and appeared to be socialist in nature. The Honourary Secretary, Hugh Leakey, made a number of suggestions regarding setting up a discussion group and books to read including a book he referred to as the ""Manifesto"" and may have been ""The Communist Manifesto"". There is also a reference in the letter to Ms. Estabrooks to the Saint John Cooperative Commonwealth Federation, (C.C.F.) which later evolved into the New Democratic Party of Canada. There is also some correspondence related donations of copies of published genealogies to various institutions including the New England Historic Genealogy Society, Acadia University, Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.) , the National Library of Canada and the New York City Public Library. Other institutions purchased copies of these published genealogies such as the Legislative Library in Fredericton, N.B.
Genealogical notes, (no date) includes charts and consists of typed and hand-written material , on the Estabrooks Family of Sackville, N.B. Details include names, dates of birth and death of Estabrooks and related family members. Included is a typed page of extracts from the petititions for Westmoreland County, N.B. re Estabrooks (also Easterbrooks, variant spelling) family.There is also information about the William and Valentine branches of this Estabrooks family, which according to Ms. Estabrooks research notes, are unrelated and originated in two different locations in Massachussetts. Details include names, dates, births, marriages and sources consulted, ""New England Historical and Genealogical Register"" and the Rhode Island Historical Society. There is also information about the 3 Estabrooks families in New Brunswick whose lines descend from: Joseph Estabrooks of Concord, Mass.; Thomas Estabrooks of Swansea, Mass.; and Patton Estabrooks, who came directly from England to Westmorland County, N.B. around the same time as the Yorkshire settlers (1760s). The genealogical charts are hand-produced, with no dates indicating when they were made. The main chart has both typed and handwritten entries and appears to have been constructed by taping several sheets of paper together horizontally.
Manuscripts, (genealogy), includes ""Genealogy of the Estabrooks Family of New Brunswick"" (no date) a leather binder with gold-embossed title and author's name on the front is a hand-printed calligraphy style with colour illumination by Florence Estabrooks. It contains the collection of Ms. Estabrooks research of the family. Another manuscript, ""New England On The March"" is an article on Elijah Estabrooks and his first encounter with the French and the Indians in Abercombie's attack on Ft. Ticonderoga in July 1758 and is based on Elijah Estabrook's diary. It appears this article was intended for publication as notes on the title page state w
Estabrooks, Florence Cecelia
The collection consists of correspondence and records, mainly related to Crawford's involvement with various arts clubs and societies and their exhibitions. The correspondence, primarily with the Maritime Art Association, deals particularly with exhibitions. Many letters mention the effects of the Second World War on art exhibits. There is also some correspondence relating to "Martime Art : A Canadian Art Magazine" which was launched in October 1941. The Maritime Art Association records include information on annual exhibits. There are lists of exhibitors names and addresses, titles of work and prices. There is also a typed copy of a brief presented to the Royal Commission on National Development of the Arts, Letters and Sciences (Massey Commission, 1949) along with various other reports, and minutes of annual meetings.
The Saint John Art Club material includes copies of the regulations for picture loans with lists of borrowers on the reverse side. There are reports on art club activities, Julia's notes regarding establishing an art gallery, and information on the Toronto Art Gallery exhibit including works by Saint John artists Jack Humphrey and Dorothy Currie. There are membership lists with addresses and minutes of monthly meetings. Some business and financial papers are also included. There are class lists for both junior and senior art classes, given by the Saint John Art Club from 1916 to1920, with names of instructors and students and two rolls of Art Club officers for 1919 and 1920. There is also material related to the Federation of Canadian Artists and other art groups. Material related to the 1941 British Children's Art Exhibit includes aspeech by Mayor Wasson on CHSJ radio appealling for the public support of a sale of artwork by British children in aid of air raid victims.
Tilley, Julia (Crawford)
Fonds consists of the stories and other material. Some of the recollections refer to Little Shemogue and Borden’s childhood experiences there, including information about prominent Covenant families in the community; others relate incidents later in her life, as a wife and mother, raising a family with her husband. Some of the stories indicate date and place of origin.
Also included is a newspaper clipping, dated 24 August 1934, which features a photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. There is also a list of the stories, by title which appears to have been written by Mary Lane (nee Duncan), a niece of Borden, who lived in the Duncan house in Little Shemogue.
Borden, Margaret Jane (Duncan)
Fonds contains material compiled by the Gaudy family in relation to their involvement in the Saint John Male Choral Society. This includes programs; song sheets; a publication, “Elijah” An Oratorio, which was a synopsis and book of words; clippings; and miscellaneous records.