This fond of Hiram. A Cody is comprised of two newspaper articles, parts one and two of an article written by Ted Jones, as well as two copies of an address given to the Kings County Historical Society by A. P. Hetherington, in 1972, titled Life and Times of H. A. Cody.
Reverend Cody was both a pastor and a literary figure, having prolifically written in many forms such as plays, short stories, novels, sermons ans serializations. He was born on the Washademoak, New Brunswick in 1872. He moved to the Yukon in 1904 as a travelling missionary, and in 1909 him and his family moved back to New Brunswick and to the rectorship of St. James' Church in Saint John. In 1927 Rev. Cody was appointed Archdeacon of Saint John. He died in 1984 at the age of 75.
Ce fonds est constitué d'une seule série : administration (1981). Ce fonds nous permet de suivre la création du Centre communautaire Samuel de Champlain pour la population francophone de Saint-Jean (N.-B.). Nous y retrouvons les démarches menées par le gouvernement provincial, les leaders et les organismes acadiens pour la mise sur pied de ce Centre. Études, correspondance, procès-verbaux, réglementations gouvernementales, groupes d'oppositions sont maintenant disponibles pour le chercheur qui s'intéresse aux luttes qu'ont dût mener les francophones de Saint-Jean pour le droit à l'éducation en français dans cette ville pro-loyaliste anglophone.
This fonds consists of the firm's precedents and briefs with emphasis on the decade following 1920. Much of the collection reflects the work of Charles S. Sanford, M. Gerald Teed, and John P. Palmer. The fonds has a broad geographical span. The cases are civil, not criminal, with a focus on corporate and trust company law.
The fonds needs more detailed arrangement and description.
This fonds includes political and public correspondence, petitions, reports belonging to Sir Leonard Tilley and papers related to Alice Tilley's involvement in women's and benevolent organizations. There are business and personal correspondence, receipts, leases, and account books of Tilley and his wife.
Statistical information on: Saint John Post Office employees' salaries, 1866, 1872; ships built and registered in New Brunswick, 1863-1871; imports and exports for New Brunswick 1863-1871, all probably assembled as background information for Sir Leonard, is also included.
This fonds consists of correspondence of the Matthew family, 1892-1925; of George F. Matthew, 1862-1922; of Robert Matthew, 1889; and of William Diller Matthew, 1910-1927.
There are also notebooks and notes of G.F. Matthew, W.D. Matthew, and Robert Matthew, 1846-1904; lecture notes of G. F. Matthew, 1880-1899; notes of William Diller Matthew, 1964-1971, and reports by Fritz Frech, B.F. Howell and Karl August von Mickwitz on geological topics. Also included are maps and photographic copies of maps of vicinity of Saint John and Newfoundland, 1841.