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Channing Gordon Lawrence

  • CA MNBM ID64
  • Fonds
  • 1903-1962

This fonds consists of annual diaries, mostly written in printed diaries which provide a page for each day of the year. Lawrence makes brief notes of his daily activites, meetings, news of the day and ideas which have struck him. There are also some press clippings and historical notes.

Lawrence, Channing Gordon

Edmund Hillyer Duval family

  • CA PANB MC305
  • Fonds
  • 1848-1909

This fonds consists of personal records of Edmund Hillyer Duval and his children, namely, Marianne Duval, Amelia Duval, and Eliza Lury Duval Burditt and Lury's husband, William F. Burditt. There are also a very few records pertaining to Edmund H. Duval's work as an educator and member of Germain Street Baptist Church.

Edmund Hillyer Duval's records include manuscript copies of letters to various individuals relating to teachers' training (1848-1849); his estate papers; and a certificate of license to preach issued to him from Germain Street Baptist Church. Of particular interest are the materials pertaining to the descendants of Black Loyalists living at Loch Lomond or Willow Grove, near Saint John. These include a draft letter pertaining to the expenditure of funds for "ameliorating the condition" of blacks at Loch Lomond [1868], a memorandum of agreement for the construction of a meeting house at Willow Grove (1878), a brief account of the church's history, and a manuscript copy of a paper read at the opening of Willow Grove Church by Edmund H. Duval (1878).

Lury and William F. Burditt's and Marianne Duval's records each consist of a few pieces of correspondence. Of special interest are Amelia Duval's two dairies containing "scribblings" about her activities and interests. The 1900-[before 1907] volume records information on women's groups in Saint John, particularly the King's Daughters Society that worked with working-class girls and women in the port city.

Lastly, the fonds includes genealogy material on the Duval family, such as biographical notes and newspaper clippings.

Edmund Hillyer Duval family

Ella Smith

  • CA MtA 7
  • Fonds
  • 1902-1977, predominant 1932-1936

Fonds consists of records generated by Smith as teacher, traveler and lecturer.

Files contain travel documents; account books concerning prices in Russia, 1932; draft lecture notes on the history of Canada; public lecture notices and programs for Smith's presentations; scrapbook of press notices and clippings concerning her public lectures; postcards collected in travels and used to illustrate lectures; certificates; diplomas; letters of recommendation; photographs of Oxford University "first women's degree day" 14 October 1920, Women's Council parade, Sackville, New Brunswick, Mount Allison campus scenes; painting "Tantramar Marshes" by Stanley Royle; letter from Elizabeth Brewster, 1969; letters from Smith to family (mainly Helen Smith Skinner) and friends concerning Northern Spain during the time of the Spanish Civil War [1936?].

Smith, Ella Lauchner

Ernest A. Whitebone

  • CA MNBM ID66
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1966

This fonds includes Saint John City and Municipality records, 1962-1965 and briefs and petitions regarding the Parish of Simonds, College Development Corporation, Rural Municipalities Assoc., 1961-1966. Personal material of Whitebone includes a copy of a Breton-English dictionary he wrote and papers by Whitebone on "The state and the common good" and "Cornwall".

Whitebone, Ernest Allan

Helen Elizabeth (Robertson) McMullin

  • CA MtA 111
  • Fonds
  • 1951-1960

Fonds contains correspondence between Betty and Roy Fraser, and letter between Betty and Jean C. (Mrs. Roy) Fraser.

McMullin, Helen Elizabeth (née Robertson)

Saint John Medical School Committee

  • CA MNBM ID147
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1960 - 1970]

This fonds consists of minutes (1965-1966), correspondence (1963, 1965-1966), a brief in support of the establishment of a medical in Saint John as well as briefs, drafts and submissions to the Medical School Survey Committee. There is also a scrapbook, 1965-1967.

Saint John Medical School Committee