- CA MtA 160
None as of yet
Anderson family (descandants of Thomas Sr.)
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Anderson family (descandants of Thomas Sr.)
Collection consists of items accumulated or acquired relating to Allison M. Coll’s father, Rev. Dr. Norman Coll, including an autobiography and related biographical information.
Mount Allison University programme from the inauguration of William Thomas Ross Flemington as President of the University – Norman Arthur Hesler, Chairman of Board of Regents, presiding. – 18 October 1945. – 2 affixed leaves of textual records
Clipping from the Ottawa Journal of an article by Charles Lynch entitled “Ottawa’s Dr. Coll nominated for high United Church post”. – 22 June 1956. – 1 leaf of textual records
Bulletin for a Service of Thanksgiving for the Rev. Dr. Norman Coll at Parkdale United Church, Ottawa, Ontario. – 19 December 1990. – 1 folded leaf of textual records
Clippings from the Ottawa Citizen including the obituary for Rev. Dr. Norman Coll and an article entitled “Veteran minister served Parkdale for 31 years”. – 18 December 1990. – 1 leaf of textual records
Typescript of an autobiography entitled “This is my story” / Norman Coll. – 1980-1985. – 9 leaves of textual records
Note: This item was edited with additions by A.M. Coll between April and October 1993.
Fonds consists of correspondence, certificates, clippings, recipe books, photographs, memorial tributes and obituaries, poetry and related documentation that gives evidence of the lives of members of the Allen family. The contents of the fonds document connections with the Mount Allison Ladies' College via student Bertha Allen and provide links to the literary Roberts family.
Allen family (Port Elgin)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
Fonds consists of hand-written letters sent by the Reverend William S. Ferguson to his cousin Alexander Ferguson between 1852 and 1879. Also included are transcribed copies of the earliest five letters.
Fonds consists of personal papers belonging to A.H. Chandler, including his published and unpublished poems, correspondence and criticisms; letters, manuscript stories and a poem by Silas T. Rand; a letter by Sir Charles G. D. Roberts with a signed and inscribed copy of his publication "Later Poems"; printed works of other writers; and a letter to Edward Baron Chandler from Charles W. Upham, Salem, Massachusetts, 1869.
Chandler, Amos Henry
Fonds consists of a scrapbook used to compile programmes, invitations and related ephemera from Carolyn Spicer’s time at the Mount Allison Ladies’ College. The contents of the fonds provide evidence of numerous sporting, recreational and leisure activities (i.e. skating) on the campus and provide evidence of what was of interest to female student in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Scrapbook contents list:
p. 1. Christmas greeting to Carolyn from Isaac [Spicer]. -- n.d.
p. 3. Engagement card - Mount Allison Ladies' College Reception. -- n.d.
Invitation / programme / engagement card - YWCA and YMCA Welcome Reception. -- 1 October 1909
Programme - A and A [Acadia and Allison ?] "At Home". -- 1909.
p. 4. Unidentified brochure cover - Acadia College, Wolfville, N.S.
Engagement card-Mount Allison Academy skating party
Jan, 21, 1910
p. 5. Notice - Candy for sale by White Violet Mission Band, Methodist Church. n.d.
Invitation to Carolyn Spicer-Miss Baker "At Home", Jan. 28-9, ____.
p. 6. Christmas Greeting card from James A. Huntley, representing G.E. Barbour & Co., Saint John, N.B. 1909
List of ladies "excused", Feb. 4, ____.
p. 7. Programme - "The Rivals", a drama presentation by students of Mount Allison, Music Hall, Sackville, N.B., Apr. 16, 1909
p. 9. Napkin-"Knights of Pythias souvenir" n.d.
Programme - YWCA Topics, 1909-1910
p. 10. Programme - Faculty Concert, Beethoven Hall, Nov. 12, ___.
p. 11. Souvenir of the formation of Club Advocate Merry Makers, at Mrs. C.W. Elderkin's, Feb. 22, 1908
Miss Hazel Morehouse's name card
p.12. Ticket or pass for Summer School of Science, excursion to Joggins Mines, Steamer "Wilfred C." n.d.
p. 13. Basketball team schedule
p. 14. Programme - University Convocation Exercises, June 1, 1909 (located in separate file)
p. 15. Student Timetable, Jan. 26, 1910
p. 17. Advertisement brochure - containing biographical data and press notices for Mark Hambourg (pianist), at Beethoven Hall, Sackville, N.B., Feb. 1,____.
p. 18. Programme - Mount Allison Ladies' College Commencement, 1909
p. 19. Programme - Mount Allison Ladies' College Commencement, 1910
p. 20. Postcard - Mount Allison Ladies' College from Park, Sackville, N.B. (located in separate file)
p. 22. Postcard - Lingley Hall, Sackville, N.B. (located in separate file)
p. 24. Clippings - Cartoon by W.A. Rogers with the caption "Back from the summer boarding-house" and article by J.O. Tait with the headline "Bank spill red ink and maybe blood"
p. 25. Clipping - cartoon by W.A. Rogers with the caption "Back again to hard study"
p. 26. Two handwritten notices re: dress making by Murray Hayward and a lost pin
p. 27. Message for the the members of the girls basketball team.
p. 28. Programme - Mark Hambourg Tour, Beethoven Hall, Sackville, N.B., Feb. 1, 1910
p. 29. Message re: choice of room by Gladys Gilliss and a clipping with the headline "He didn't mind"
p. 30. Message left by callers, Feb. 13, 1910
Ticket for passage from Spring Hill Junction to Parrsboro, Cumberland Railway & Coal Co. n.d. [ca. 1910]
Ticket - "Souvenir of college ice, Feb. 26, 1910"
Ticket for Miss C. Spicer's passage from ? to Saint John, by Steamer "Brunswick" n.d.
p. 31. Transcribed poem composed by H.E. Morehouse
p. 32. "The Flower Basket" (a quiz of 17 questions to be answered with the name of a flower) 1 p. (located in separate file)
p. 33. Message to George from H.H.B. "Souvenir of Mock Parliament, Feb, 26, 1910"
Carolyn Spicer's season ticket for the Sackville Skating Rink, 1909-10
p. 35. Message to Mr. H. Biggar, Leader of the Opposition, from F.H. Rowe, Commander of Guard
p. 37. "Ladies' College Yell" and hockey game score, Feb. 17, 1910
p. 38. Invitation and programme - graduating recital for Misses Bertha Bigney (pianist), and Jessie Atkinson (reader), April 15, 1910
p. 39. Programme - Mount Allison Mock Parliament
p. 41. Note to Carolyn from unidentified Bobby
p. 43. Programme - Grand Festival. Formal Opening of Charles Fawcett Memorial Hall, Sackville, N.B., May 26-28, 1910 (located in separate file)
p. 46. Programme - University of Mount Allison College, Baccalaureate Service, May 29, 1910
p. 47. Note for Carolyn Spicer
p. 48. Dance engagement card - Westfield, August 13, 1910
(located in separate file)
p. 49. Theatre Programme - drama presentation "Breezy Point" n.d.
p. 51. Report on the 2nd University team versus the 2nd Ladies' College basketball game, April 20, 1910
p. 52. Report on the ladies' basketball game opening the new gymnasium, March 19, 1910; also the game against the Amherst High School, April 9
p. 53. Playbill - Excursion to Port Elgin, Feb. 10, conducted under the auspices of the Sackville Citizens' Band in connection with the Hockey Match & Skating Party, Port Elgin Rink
p. 54. Note to Caroline from Bertha R? (located in separate file)
p. 55. Order of Service for Students' Missionary Sunday, April 3, 1910, Methodist Church, Sackville, N.B.
p. 61. Invitation and programme-graduating recital by Misses Margaret Harper (pianist), Frances Hawker (organist), and Georgina Melanson (violinist), April 5, 1910
p. 63. C. Spicer's practice slip
p. 68. Miss C. Spicer's class standing
p. 69. Programme - Encaenia of the University of New Brunswick at Fredericton, June 2, 1910 (Isaac C. Spicer, graduate)
p. 94. Programme - Amateur Athletic Sports, University of New Brunswick, May 24, 1909
p. 95. Programme - Amateur Athletic Sports, University of New Brunswick, May 25, 1908 (inscribed "Isaac C. Spicer")
p. 96. Notice to the lady students listed
p. 97. Programme for a Grand Festival of Concerts at Fawcett Hall, May 26-28 .
Note: On reverse an introduction to the Boston Festival Orchestral Club, and in particular Miss Helene Wetmore (graduate of Mount Allison Conservatory).
p. 98. Playbill - "Amerno, the Eminent Hypnotist", Music Hall,
March 17, 18, 19. (located in separate file)
p. 99. Menu - Sackville Restaurant, J.H. Teare, Proprietor. n.d.
p. 100. Postcard - "The Manicurist". Message to Miss Robena Richardson on reverse.
(located in separate file)
p. 101. Invitation and programme-graduating recital of Mabelle Phillips (vocalist), Bessie Coates (reader), and Annette Matthews (pianist), May 13, 1910
p. 103. Note to Miss C. Spicer from Miss Baker? re: absenteeism
p. 105. Henry Lawrence Southwick's 1910 touring brochure re: Lectures and recitals, Beethoven Hall, April 1, 1910
p. 107. "Souvenir of picnic, April 26, 1910"-wax paper? with list of names
Miss H. Gladys Gilliss' name card
p. 108. Programme - Nineteenth Annual Closing Exercises of Rothesay Collegiate School, Rothesay, N.B. 1910
p. 109. Invitation to the 19th Closing Exercises of Rothesay Collegiate School, June 12-16, 1910.
Invitation and programme-graduating recital of Misses Hannah Clarke (pianist), Alice Melanson (pianist), and Mary Evans (reader), April 29, 1910
p. 113. Invitation to Miss Spicer from the students of the University of New Brunswick requesting her presence at an unidentified event, April 4, 1910
p. 114. Poster - YMCA Skating Party, Copp's Rink, Feb. 11, ____.
Attached note "tickets for sale in room 263". (located in flat oversize storage)
p. 118. Programme - Mt. Allison A.A.A. [Amateur Athletic Association?] Concert. n.d.
p. 119. Notes re: basketball game between Nova Scotia and The World. n.d.
p. 120. Miss Katherine C. Bates' name card (located in separate file)
p. 121. Playbill - "Valley Farm" a drama presentation for the benefit of Holy Trinity Church, in The Hall at Port Greville, April 25, ____. (located in separate file)
Spicer, Carolyn Gesner
Fonds contains Canadian Pacific Railway lantern slides. Numbered 2-169 (with gaps), the slides comprise scenes along the CPR from Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, to Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Fonds consists mainly of records generated by family relationships and Douglas Grant Lochhead's professional records. Fonds is arranged in six series: William and Lillias Lochhead, 1879-1949; Alan Grant and Helen Lochhead, 1913-1984; Douglas Grant Lochhead, 1939-1987; Kenneth C. Lochhead, 1930-1984; Articles and clippings; and photographs, predominantly of friends and family.
Fonds consists of two typescripts: “Marshlands Inn”; “Grindstone History”, a history of the Read grindstone history, as dictated to Dr. George Stanley by Herbert William Read, father of Herbert C. Read, 1971, edited and revised by H.C. Read during 1990 and 1991, with the assistance of notes by his brother, R.C. Read.