Item is a magazine containing an advertisement for Fawceet coal and wood heaters, 2 letterheads for the Fawcett Foundry and photographs of the executive directors and officers. Title: "Time and Tide in the Atlantic Provinces"
2 copies of 1 photograph of Clayton Stewart, outfitter for the Griff-Inns, with sport Bob Laneau of Bethlehem, Penn., and guide Randy Munn, with a 29 1/2 lb. salmon caught at Burnt Hill, New Brunswick.
This fonds consists of business records for the stairbuilding business established by E. V. Wetmore in Saint John in the 1870s. It consists of a time book (1935-1938) that records the names of employees, the number of hours worked, and the wages paid; an account ledger (1930-1945) that records the names of the customers, their place of residence, the amount charged, and the method of payment (cash, cheque, contra account, note); and an 1892 catalogue for E. V. Wetmore & Sons. A pamphlet on curling and a programme for a dinner in honour of the 1938 Scottish curling team are also included.
Two photographs, one each of a group of men attending the 1930 Canadian Construction Association conference (Wetmore was president of the Saint John branch) and of a group of men in a school (ca. 1914), were transferred to the Photographic Section.