This fonds consists of copies of the certificates granted to William Vaughan as an engineer and for the inspection of the passenger riverboat "Exota", both issued by the Canadian Department of Marine and Fisheries.
It also consists of photographic copies of 61 technical drawings for small water craft and boats, including a 74 ft. dragger, designed by Vaughan, as well as photographic copies of 4 maps, including a detailed map of properties on Campobello Island. Also included are a handwritten biography of artist and historical illustrator C. W. Jefferys and a photocopy of a printed guide to hunters and anglers in Northumberland County. The latter copy is of poor quality.
Three papers from the estate of William Deming, Calais Me, 1834-58. Includes a brewery receipt from 1858, a court summons from 1839 and bill of exchange from 1834. Papers are from William Deming Sr and William Deming Jr. Charlotte County Archives holds copyright.
This fonds consists of six state letters between Right Honorable Lord Stanley, Colonial Secretary, and Lieutenant Governor Sir William Colebrook, 1843 - 1845. Some of these letters are regarding the Imperial Acts for the protection of copyright in books and provincial post office establishment for the province of New Brunswick. There is also one letter, dated 1 October 1845, that includes an extract of a report from the Earl of Lonsdale to the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury dated 14 August 1845.
Correspondence re the New Brunswick Public Archives, 1912-1937;
Correspondence to Milner, 1891-1938;
Original diary of Ann Green Winslow;
Copies of a number of letters and other historical documents, 1750-1841;
Notes by Milner on topics including various railways, forts, Boishebert, Missquash, marshes, Chignecto, libraries, mining, forestry, Sackville, prohibition, genealogies, Cumberland, Westmorland, Sunbury, Kent and Albert Counties, Nova Scotia, Dorchester, Hillsboro, Moncton, Petitcodiac, Salisbury, Shediac ;
Original manuscript of Saint John in the Forties by Milner;
Essays on Maritime Union, 1906-1935;
Copy of Town's Clerk Book of Records in the township of Parrsboro, 1786 and for Southhanpton;
Original List of Voters for Sackville, 1864;
Scrapbooks re railways, N.S., Fort Beausejour, war, Acadian, Grand Pre;
Account of licenses 1797-1798;
List of names and ages of scholars in Sackville District No.1, March 5 - Sept. 5, 1834;
Recognizances and warrants re riot and assault on Wm. H. McNutt, 1843;
Other legal and criminal documents, 1843-1844;
School return by the Trustee of Schools for the parish of Sackville concerning the establishment of the school house in district #13, 1841;
Returns of scholars in parish school, 1852
Other school reports and documents for school district of Sackville, 1831-1832,1845 Note: fonds needs arrangement and description
This fonds consists of an account book of personal and family expenses, 1847-1885, belonging to Dr. William Brydone Jack. There are also photostatic copies of a letter from Dr. Jack to Benjamin R. Stevenson, Surveyor General of New Brunswick concerning measurement of the meridian line through Fredericton, 14 October 1874. There is also a copy of a certificate of appreciation from the University of New Brunswick on his retirement in 1885.
This fonds contains personal correspondence between William Brydone Jack and his wives, Marian Ellen Peters and Caroline Disbrowe. In letters to Marian Jack mentions his astronomical work with Drs. J.B. Toldervy and James Robb. Also included are newspaper clippings and a sketchbook belonging to Blanche Jack, Dr. William Brydone Jack's daughter.
The fonds consists of typescripts of addresses and lectures, including a series of lectures on astronomy for the general public, correspondence, handwritten essays, genealogical notes, and photographs. The correspondence includes letters relating to the establishment of the observatory in Fredericton, and the determination of Fredericton's longitude. Genealogy includes birth dates of Jack family members and Disbrow family history. Photographs include Caroline Disbrow Jack, William Brydone Jack, a group photo that is possibly of staff of UNB or King's College (no date), and a University of New Brunswick building.
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 documents related to William F. Dibblee's position as police magistrate for the town of Woodstock. There are signed statements from witnesses of illegal activities committed in Carleton County, including names, dates, and descriptions of the criminal activity. Also included in the fonds are purchase invoices, made by Dibblee, from Carleton County businesses.