This fonds consists of the record books and field notes regarding bird sightings by Nettie Moore. They include her diaries, dating from 1969-1980, and notebooks containing a species by species account of her observations.
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.
This fonds includes personal correspondence of the Harding and Reed family, 1805-1849; wills and deeds primarily in Maugerville parish, 1775-1909; accounts and receipts of Capt. Jonathan Harding , 1793-1843; and receipts and accounts of other Harding family members, 1845-1849. There are also notes about the Reed and Harding families and a silhouette labelled Catherine Reed.
This fonds consists of archaeological plans of prehistoric campsites on the Saint John River between Woodstock and the Tobique and notes on his archaeological research. There is a ornithological notebook of birdsongs heard in Woodstock in the spring migration of 1934-1937. There are also press clippings and a letter from Chief William Saulis of the Tobique reservation, concerning Adney's work on native peoples, and a biographical article from "Time" magazine, 1944.
This fonds consists of letters from the Camp family in Lincoln, New Brunswick, to the Buckingham family in Connecticut, 1803-1853. The letters discuss family matters. There are also records of land holdings and other financial documents.
The fonds consists of family records. There are two lot certificates for land on Germain Street, dated 1783, belonging to John Chaloner (lot 553) and Benjamin Chaloner (lot 554). There is a commission of 1827 appointing Benjamin Chaloner tide surveyor, gauger, and weightmaster in Saint John. There is also a bond, dated 1828, given by Ninyon Chaloner to Benjamin C. Chaloner, executor of John Chaloner's estate. It bound Ninyon to ensure that Peggy, a Black woman who had been the late John Chaloner's servant, received comfortable care during her lifetime and at her death, a decent burial at Ninyon's expense.
This fonds consists of copies of a contract, 1790, between the Rector, wardens, and vestry and Solomon Dingee and James Peck to build the church. The contract gives details of the size, shape and materials to be used in the church, as well as financial provisions.
There are also copies of a letter, 1796, appointing the Rev. Richard Clark to the parish of Gagetown, and of a letter, 1890, the resignation of the Rev. H. Hackenly.
This fonds consists of copies of church records. There are membership records including a covenant, lists, and meeting schedules, 1822-1849; and letters of transfer, 1853-1899. There is a membership list of the Hillsborough Women's Missionary Aid Society, 1878, and their minutes, 1875-1926. There are also the constitution and by-laws of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavour, 1891, and records of the building of a new church, 1910-1912 .