This fonds consists of historical correspondence, reports, acts, agreements and other material about New Brunswick railways. There are monthly payrolls of Salisbury and Harvey Railway, 1898-1901; accounts of the Albert Railway, 1877-1882; cancelled cheques and promissory notes of the N.B. Railway Co., 1884-1887; and records of the Northern and Western Railway Co., Railway Extension Co., and Cumberland Railway and Coal Co. The collection includes timetables, correspondence, lists of locomotives, notes, notices, newsletters and copies of newspaper articles.
Fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, scrapbooks, albums, financial records and printed ephemera. It includes papers delivered by members on a variety of musical topics. There are membership lists, a book of remembrance for past members, and a photograph album, 1926-1946. The ephemera includes scrapbooks of programs and newspaper clippings. There are constitutions and rules, 1926-1947 and programs from 1925-1958.
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.
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.
The fonds documents Dr. Malcolm MacDonald's medical practice at Cambridge, Queens County over several decades. It consists of account books, dating from 1865-1915, that contain the name of his patient, the type of treatment (medical, surgical, obstetrical, dispensing of medicine or extraction of tooth) and the fee charged. Also included are miscellaneous notes, letters, bills, and advertisements found in the account books.
This fonds consists mainly of documents pertaining to Dr. T. F. Sprague's professional career as a doctor. There are account books which include the names of his patients, the cost of their visits, amount paid, and in most cases, the purpose of the visit, i.e. dressing for hand, injury. There are notes of whether medicine was given to the patient, but the type of medicine is not named nor whether the patient was cured. Also included are T. F. Sprague's personal financial receipts, correspondence with patients related to money owed, and certificates T. F. Sprague received throughout his career as a physician.