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Tweedie family fonds

  • CA MtA 0004
  • Fonds
  • 1855-1951

Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by members of the Tweedie family, including William and Dorcas (Calkin) Tweedie and their children William Morley Tweedie, Leora Rebecca Tweedie, Nettie Eliza Hayward (Tweedie) Beer, and James Tweedie and his son Thomas Mitchell Tweedie. The contents of the fonds have been divided into 6 sous-fonds and 3 collections.

Tweedie family

Bigelow family fonds

  • CA MtA 0049
  • Fonds
  • [1870?], 1900-1950

Fonds consists of photographs, predominantly of Mount Allison sports teams, 1900-1939; Certificate of Honour to Harold E. Bigelow by University of Mount Allison College, 1903; Baccalaureate address by Dr. H.E. Bigelow at Mount Allison University, 1946; articles by, or in regards to, H.E. Bigelow; Bigelow family memorabilia; a postcard of Mount Allison Ladies' College, between 1910 and 1920; and the notebook of Barbara A. Suthergreen, later the wife of Henry Bigelow, from when she was a student at the Mount Allison Ladies' College, 1870-1871, and a paper entitled "The Sabbath School Library". The contents of the fonds document the connections of three generations of the Bigelow family with Mount Allison University.

Bigelow family

Vera M. Campbell fonds

  • CA MtA 0061
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1962

Fonds consists of a number of programmes and publications that were likely accumulated or acquired by Vera M. Campbell. The contents of the fonds document her life and, particularly in relation to her time spent studying music at Mount Allison University and the various concerts and productions that she was involved in during her time at the university.

Campbell, Vera Hazel Malcolm, 1908-1990

The Wethered Family / Jean McFarland

  • CA MtA 0052
  • Item
  • 28 October 1987

Item is a compiled genealogy prepared by Jean Weathered and typed by her mother, Jean Remier. The contents of the typescript are focused on the history of the Wethered / Weathered / Weatherhead family beginning in England, via the United States and finally New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and other places in Canada. The contents bring the history from the 17th century through to the late 20th century. The item is accompanied by a reproduction of a holographic family tree captioned “Wethered / Dickson / Etter” which provides links to information about the Dickson / Dixon and Etter families in the Tantramar region.

McFarland, Jean (née Weathered)

Allison Patterson fonds

  • CA MtA 0055
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1940]-1981

Fonds consists of organ music, musical programmes, an organ exam and promotional items as well as lists of publications and sound recordings available at the Mount Allison University Music Library, an address to alumni, a guest book from a music reunion in Toronto, an article about Francis Chaplin, details about student music examinations in 1967 and photographs. The contents of the fonds include references to Mary Densmore, Grace Bumbry, Clayton Hare, and Dorothy Swetnam. The contents of the fonds document Allison Patterson's interest in music, his professional career, and his musical relationship with Ethel Peake.

Patterson, Allison Graham, 1912-1981

Frank Drummond Allison fonds

  • CA MtA 0054
  • Fonds
  • 1847-1968

Fonds consists of 4 series: Frank Drummond Allison Papers, 1922-1951, which includes photographs, financial papers, other personal papers, and artifacts; Edward Allison, including receipts, certificate of ownership of a cemetery lot, and a deed; Harold A. Allison, re: funeral and estate of F.D. Allison, 1951; and Maritime Art Association, 1946-1968, including letters, notes, and obituary and biographical sketch of F.D. Allison.

Allison, Frank Drummond, 1884-1951

Alice Bulmer fonds

  • CA MtA 0051
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1945

Fonds consists of diaries kept by Alice Bulmer, who lived at Aulac, New Brunswick, on the Cumberland ridge near the site of Fort Beausejour. The contents of the fonds describe daily activities in the midst of the Great Depression. Typical entries describe the weather, the farm and garden tasks performed by members of the family, and the coming and going of family members, relatives and neighbours. These latter interactions and movements are interesting, for they suggest both a freedom of movement that was available to rural people in the automobile age, and a relatively high level of casual visiting on the part of family and neighbours.

Item list:

  1. Diary kept by Alice Bulmer. – 1920-1923. – 1 volume, 6 leaves of textual records ; 31.5 x 13.5 x 0.5 cm or smaller

    Item includes coverage from the following dates: 1 September 1920 – 5 January 1922; 1 April 1922 – 2 July 1922; and 11 February – 30 April 1923. The contents of the item include records of eggs laid in 1922-1923 and the record of eggs sold in 1923.

  2. Diary kept by Alice Bulmer. – 1931-1932. – 1 volume, 1 leaf of textual records ; 24 x 18.5 x 0.5 cm of smaller

    Item includes a record of raspberries sold in July and August of 1931.

  3. Diary kept by Alice Bulmer. – 1934-1936. – 1 volume of textual records ; 24 x 18 x 0.5 cm

    Item includes a list of eggs laid during 1935.

  4. Diary kept by Alice Bulmer. – 1936-1938. – 1 volume of textual records ; 24 x 18 x 0.5 cm

    Item includes a list of attendees and minutes of an unidentified church meeting on the last page.

  5. Newspaper clippings. – 1944-1945. – 2 leaves of textual records [

    Item includes an article with the headline “Interesting suggestion made by A.W. Bulmer, well known Aulac resident” [probably from The Sackville Tribune] in 1945. The contents of the article make suggestions about developing resources of the Chignecto Isthmus including a reference to tidal electric power.

    Note: The item was originally published in The Sackville Post dated 18 July 1944.

Bulmer, Alice Lenora (Etter), 1870-1956

Winifred Grace McGill fonds

  • CA MtA 0050
  • Fonds
  • 1928-1933

Fonds consists of pages from scrapbooks onto which the following items were attached: photographs of students' work in arts and crafts; Winifred McGill's graduating exhibit identification card; photographic print of Mount Allison Building Fund Campaign poster by art student Winifred McGill, 1929; and various newspaper clippings. Accruals include additional press clippings and promotional items that document the artistic career of this Allisonian artist, crafts person and illustrator.

Fox, Winifred Grace (McGill), 1909-2001

Augusta C. Umphray student notebook

  • CA MtA 0155
  • Item
  • n.d.; fl. 1866-1867

Fonds consists of a notebook inscribed "Augusta C. Umphray, Free Union School, Yonkers." The notebook is divided into three distinct sections. Section one, dated 1866, is a "Literature Chart", listing authors with the century in which they were writing. This section appears to pre-date Umphray's enrollment at Mount Allison. The second section in titled "Spelling Book, Vol. 2nd, 1867" and consists of words and their meanings. The third section is an undated poem in 61 stanzas entitled "School Bound - An Idyl".

At first glance it appears that the poem was written by Umphray herself to celebrate the friendship she felt for her teachers at the Female Academy: Miss Catherine Proctor (see stanza 19ff); Miss Mary Piccard (sic) (see stanza 23ff); Miss Kate Smith (see stanza 36ff); Miss Augusta Daily (see stanza 28ff); Miss Charlotte Treadwell (see stanza 32ff); and Professor Philip Brown (see stanza 44ff). However, the Mount Allison University Archives also holds the identical poem written "by Hattie Smith" in 1868 (see accession 8418). The poem may have been a penmanship exercise which had to be completed by all students.

The poem describes the teachers' physical characteristics and demeanor, and their hobbies and activities, as well as Sackville and the Academy.

Pitcaithly, Augusta Cecelia (Umphray), 1846-1926

Laura Sophia Wood fonds

  • CA MtA 0154
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1900

Fonds consists of a "Canadian pocket diary for 1899" containing memoranda, grocery lists, accounts, and some brief entries ca. 1900 commenting on society and peoples' opinions. The book is accompanied by a letter addressed to [?] (illegible) from Dode (a nickname for Dora (Wood) Nichols, sister of Herb Wood), of Vancouver, British Columbia, dated Wednesday Oct. 27th [no year].

Item list:

  1. Canadian pocket diary compiled by Laura S. Wood. – 1899-1900. – 1 volume of textual records 14.5 x 9 x 1 cm

Item includes memoranda, grocery lists, accounts and some brief entries commenting on society and people’s opinions.

  1. Letter from “Dode” (Vancouver, British Columbia) to [Rames eco?]. – 27 October [bef. 1958]. – 1 leaf of textual records ; 20 x 12.5 cm

Item indicates that the sender was enclosing the book to the addressee and wonders “Is it right to send you this with her intimate little outbursts revealed in writing?” Dode is a nickname for Dora (Wood) Nichols.

Wood, Laura Sophia (Trueman), 1856-1935

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