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Fonds Clément-Cormier

  • CA CEAAC 512
  • Fonds
  • 1875 - 1987

Le fonds atteste principalement de la carrière dans le monde universitaire acadien et canadien dans lequel évolua son créateur pendant un demi-siècle. Le fonds est constitué de cinq séries : papiers personnels (1875-1987), correspondance (1975-1987), activités professionnelles (1940-1987), photographies (1887-1987) et enregistrements sonores. Il est composé de la correspondance échangée avec le monde des affaires, les hommes politiques canadiens et le monde universitaire. Y figurent aussi d'importants dossiers de la Commission sur le bilinguisme et le biculturalisme canadien dont Clément Cormier a été membre. De plus, le fonds contient des notes de cours du père Gérard-Henri Lévesque (1938-1940) professeur de l'École des sciences sociales à l'Université Laval. Il contient aussi des centaines de documents inconographiques, photographies, diapositives, bandes sonores, cassettes et vidéocassettes portant sur l'Acadie et ses institutions.

Cormier, Clément

Esther Elizabeth Rogers

  • CA MtA 151
  • Collection
  • 1994-1995

Collection consists of transcriptions of student essays by Esther Rogers, “My Biography” and “The Day I Enjoyed Most This Summer”; letters home to mother and other family members, 1915-1919; diary citations, July and August 1917; and a transcript of "Jean Rogers remembers her sister Esther", taped by David Rogers, 1994.

Rogers, Esther Elizabeth

Read family

  • CA MtA 118
  • Fonds
  • [19-], 1990-1991

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.

Read (family)

Anderson family

  • CA MtA 160
  • Fonds
  • [179?]-1970

None as of yet

Anderson (family) (emigrés of Yorkville, England)

Stuart Trueman

  • CA UNB MG H 166
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1955, predominant 1950-1995

This fonds documents Stuart Trueman's literary career as author of books and articles published nation-wide between the late 1940s to the 1990s. It also documents his career as a reporter, editor, and columnist with The Telegraph-Journal and The Evening Times-Globe from the late 1920s to 1993. In addition, the fonds reflects his activities as a public speaker and as a member of several committees, most notably, the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission. It also reflects his work as the Bank of Canada's New Brunswick representative for its Canada Savings Bond campaigns. As well, this fonds contains some of Mildred Trueman's correspondence and financial records.

It includes incoming and outgoing correspondence, research materials, speaking notes, travel itineraries, newspaper clippings, minutes, report,s and personal mementos. The fonds also includes handwritten, typed, and published copies of Trueman's articles and columns as well as handwritten and typed copies of his books. Graphics include photographs, negatives, cartoon illustrations for books, promotional posters, proofs of book covers and original dust jackets. Artifacts that accompanied this fonds have not been processed and include invitations to various formal functions and certificates of appreciation.

Humorist, journalist, and amateur historian Stuart Douglas Trueman was born in Saint John, N.B. on 6 November 1911. He was the eldest of three sons and four daughters raised by Annie M. (Roden) and John Macmillan Trueman. Educated in local schools, Trueman graduated from Saint John High School in 1928. In 1937 he married Mildred Kate Stiles, daughter of Kate and Riley Stiles of River Glade, N.B. They had two sons, Douglas Hugh M. and Stuart Macmillan (Mac).

Trueman, Stuart

Philip Leo McBride

  • CA MNBM ID199
  • Fonds
  • 1915-1919

The fonds consists of diaries and a paybook. The diaries describe enlistment, training in barracks, shipping off to Europe from Halifax, and his experiences on the front line in France including at the battle of the Somme, and the armistice in 1918 then heading for home. The diaries are detailed and well written giving a vivid picture of life in the trenches. They also include his impressions of London, England, France and Belgium.

Some loose papers and ephemera related to his military service were filed in the paybook. There is also a card from the Grand Lodge of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen of Cleveland Ohio which exempts him from all dues and assessments during military service. Also included with the paybook is a newsclipping and a card from a Paris hotel.

McBride, Philip Leo

Vince family

  • CA CC MCC6
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1953, 1976

Fonds consists of account books for the administration of the estates of local businessmen and members of the Vince family. There are deeds, correspondence written between Vince family members, and photographs, dating between 1910 and 1942. Photographs show military men and units in Carleton County, Halifax, and England, and snapshots of family members. Also included in the fonds are scrapbooks containing memorabilia of military personnel and personal documents, and eight maps showing four military maneuvers and the locations of Liverpool, England; Miramichi Bay, NB; and Carleton County, NB.

Vince (family)

G. Earle Logan

  • CA PANB MC257
  • Fonds
  • 1935-1945

The fonds documents the professional legal career of G. Earle Logan from 1923-1948. It consists of case files that include correspondence and legal documents pertaining to divorce, bankruptcy, the settling of estates, the collection of debts, adoptions, property transactions, and civil suits.

Also included are records relating to the Royal Canadian Legion, the New Brunswick Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities, the Wartime Prices and Trade Board, and personal and family matters.

Logan, G. Earle

Bertha L. Gregory fonds

  • CA PANB MC2152
  • Fonds
  • 1919-[1983], predominant 1919-1925

Bertha Gregory's journal offers details of her work at the port of Saint John during the winters of 1920-1921 and 1921-1922, particularly with respect to the Red Cross nursery located in the immigration building, Saint John West. She records names of ships arriving; the number of adults, children, and infants aboard; and the ministrations performed.

A number of photographs depicting places and people she worked or served with during her 1919 trip West on Red Cross Train Service for soldiers' dependants, are pasted on several journal pages. Also pasted inside the journal are photographs of Bertha Gregory, her assistants, acquaintances, groups of immigrants, and immigrant children, as well as newspaper clippings, a Canadian Red Cross Society report, and a few letters all relating to her work as a port nurse at Saint John or Québec. There are also samples of Red Cross information cards, in several different languages, which were distributed to arriving immigrants to assist them in locating health care for their families.

The fonds also includes one list each of medical supplies and nursery supplies, several summaries of work performed, several articles about the port nursery, and a pamphlet offering detailed instructions to nurses serving on trains under the Canadian Red Cross Society. A number of newspaper clippings providing biographical information on family members, notably, Bertha L. Gregory; her sisters, Lyla and Clara; her mother, Henrietta; and her grandmother, Susan, are included in the fonds.

Eleven photographs of Bertha Gregory, of the immigrant room and nursery at Saint John (1920s), of Halifax following the explosion (1917), and of Bertha en route to western Canada (1919) accompanied this fonds. They are located in P357 (nos. 25-35).

Gregory, Bertha Louise

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