This fonds contains a binder of original letters from Ernest Joy to Robert Cunningham with newspaper clippings, diary excerpts, and meteorological reports from Kent Island. There is also one photograph of Ernest Joy with his housekeeper and companion, Carrie.
This fonds consists of photocopies of the original minute book of the Grand Harbour Branch, New Brunswick Women's Institute. The group began by discussing recipes and moved on to sidewalks, street lights, park improvements, cemetery improvements, a public hall, and a public library. Park improvements, cemeteries, schools, knitting, and quilting committees were soon organized and members reported on those activities at each meeting. These projects were set aside as the war began and reports on war efforts in support of soldiers began. The group met in the Newton's Store in Grand Harbour. There is a reference in the minutes of 1914 that a branch of the organization was also functioning at Seal Cove.
New Brunswick Women's Institute, Grand Manan Branch
This fonds consists of a "Record of Sales" book dated April 1917 - July 1918. Entries recorded are person's name, purchases - listed with price, and the items marked 'paid' and 'copied'. There is no name of the person who recorded the information nor is there any record of who was operating the store at the time of the creation of the Journal.
This fonds includes the Club's Rules and Regulations, information on and results of challenge races and sailings for the years 1895; 1897; 1898; and 1899. Racing reports, names of boats and owners listed, and minutes of meetings are included as well as letters of resignation to the club over disciplinary conduct and disqualification of boats.
This fonds documents the activities of the Grand Manan Red Cross Society. There are minutes, notices, fundraising information, correspondence about the operations of the branch, and presidents' records. Also included are annual reports from the provincial and national chapters of the organization, 1941-1967.
This collection consists of reports created by researchers at the Research Station. The early reports are photocopies, because the originals were out of print at the time of the deposit. More recent reports are originals.
The collection contains the land deed, financial reports, correspondence, annual reports, superintendent's reports, Medicare services and newspaper clippings, applications and responses for admitting privileges for different doctors. Newspaper articles have been added to the collection to record the events happening on Grand Manan related to medical services to 1996.
This items consists of one hand drawn map that shows the first telephone lines installed on Grand Manan Island, NB. It is drawn on brownish paper, with red marking the telephone lines, and black lines representing roads.