This fonds consists of business and personal correspondence of Miriam Wood relating to Fort La Tour. Her correspondents include Alfred Bailey of the Historic Monuments Board, federal cabinet ministers and officials, Dr. Webster of the New Brunswick Museum and various provincial and municipal officials. She also corresponded with the Art Club of Saint John and Pinewood Studios, in England, to whom she proposed a film about Madame La Tour.
A book showing pictures, plans and construction costs of school buildings built under The Rural Assistance Act of 1943. It was designed to build more modern schools to move away from the one room school houses.
This collection is a combination of material from both World War I and World War II. Included is Major T. Hatfield O'Brien's war diary or journal, written while he was a member of the 19th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery Brigade, in 1916; a large "Moncton at War" clippings collection, 1942-1946; articles on Vimy Ridge (MS4), written between 1924 and 1936; and newsclippings (dating to 1978-1979) on the post-World War I influenza epidemic (1918-1919). This collection also contains an Honour Roll from the Korean War (MS14B).
This fonds consists of family correspondence and legal documents. Included are the correspondence of George Morrisey, Amelia Jane (Seely), Alfred Morrisey, Mary Lilian Fairweather Morrisey, Henry Fairweather Morrisey, and the correspondence, will and other records of Charles Henry Fairweather. There are also accounts of the estate of William A. Robertson mainly dealing with repairs to Dock St. property, 1858-1896, invoices and receipts, mortgages, leases, insurance policies and printed ephemera.