Fonds contains material compiled by the Gaudy family in relation to their involvement in the Saint John Male Choral Society. This includes programs; song sheets; a publication, “Elijah” An Oratorio, which was a synopsis and book of words; clippings; and miscellaneous records.
Fonds consists of records generated by Silvercruys activities as fundraiser and sculptor. Files contain correspondence; scrapbooks containing clippings on tour of U.S. for Belgium Relief Committee, exhibitions, speaking engagements; awards and certificates; subject files; photographs of self and family; photographs of her artwork (sculpture, busts, paintings by Silvercruys); audio tape cassette "The Communist Conspiracy", 1966.
Fonds consists of the stories and other material. Some of the recollections refer to Little Shemogue and Borden’s childhood experiences there, including information about prominent Covenant families in the community; others relate incidents later in her life, as a wife and mother, raising a family with her husband. Some of the stories indicate date and place of origin.
Also included is a newspaper clipping, dated 24 August 1934, which features a photograph of the First Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. There is also a list of the stories, by title which appears to have been written by Mary Lane (nee Duncan), a niece of Borden, who lived in the Duncan house in Little Shemogue.
Fonds documents the Sackville Art Association's work to support and promote art in the local community through exhibitions, lectures and public education activities. Series consist of minutes of meetings, 1945-1979; correspondence files, 1959-1984; newsletters, 1968-1985; exhibition lists and catalogues, 1919-1984; some Moncton Art Society newsletters, 1978-1981.
Item is a copy of The Border and Westmorland and Cumberland advertiser (vol. XIV) which included advertisements, and news regarding local agriculture, commercial intelligence, politics, education, religion and literature.