The series contains military orders which include E. Jacqueline Davis while she served as a nurse at Cushing General Hospital in Framingham, Massachusetts. These military orders can include other nurses and personnel. The different types of orders in this series includes leaves of absence, one of which is to visit St. Andrews, NB, reassignment, promotions, and travelling for temp duty. There are also a few letters in this series, such as the letter which appointed Jacqueline as a reserve nurse in the US Army, a request to notarize legal forms before her active duty commences, correspondences with an insurance administration concerning her life insurance, and a letter requesting that she come to the Army’s headquarters in Massachusetts for a physical. A few other miscellaneous textual documents in this series include a certificate that Jacqueline has no property accountability or other obligations at her current station, a document which lists regulations and other information a recently recruited nurse would need to know, a voucher for per diem and travel expenses, and a certificate of completion of the basic training course for Army Nurses.
4 folders containing correspondence during WW1+2 to and from friends and family. A black cookbook is filled, majority are sweets and deserts with a small red notebook of names and ingredients for meals. A red, tall address book with alphabetical sorting, at least one name on every page. Two paperback booklets Province of New Brunswick – The Motor Vehicle Law 1915 and Amendments and Seventy Sixth Annual Report from the Bank of Nova Scotia (Now Scotiabank). 1 large Empire Scrapbook in folder with obituaries, stories, letters, and advertisements from both WW1+2. Large oversized black hardcover scrapbook with King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on back of cover and first page, followed by clippings of the Royal Family, song requests, and obituaries. Documents and receipts from Sheriff Gordon Mines. 3 red accounting books with varying thickness.
A binder which contains a brief essay on the Royal West India Rangers regiment by Daniel F. Johnson of the Saint John branch of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society, articles on military settlers in New Brunswick, and lists of members of the Royal West India Rangers who were disbanded in New Brunswick. Inserted is a note: "it appears that many surnames on the Royal West India Rangers list are also Charlotte County names or perhaps have connections to them or to this area".
Programs and promotional material for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth and King George in 1937, as well as the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. Included are a program for a coronation ball at the Algonquin Hotel in St. Andrews, a promotional coronation Union Jack from Red River Cereal which shows how the Union Jack was formed, a program for a coronation service in St. Stephen, and a souvenir program for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II which contains royal portraits, information on the history of coronation events, the story of Elizabeth II, a map of her procession during the coronation, a genealogy of the Royal Family, and details on the coronation ceremony.
This fonds contains genealogical research material and correspondence compiled by Melvin W. Chase on the Young/Jung family, of whom he is a descendant on his mother’s side, as well as other families connected with the Youngs.
Fonds consists of personal, biographical and family documents, citations, certificates, invitations, programmes, correspondence, war and political activities, radio and publishing ventures, speeches and addresses, sculpture projects as well as photographs, negatives, positives and reproductions. These are accompanied by scrapbooks containing clippings concerning a tour by the U.S. for Belgium Relief Committee, exhibitions of her works, speaking engagements and an audio tape cassette "The Communist Conspiracy", 1966. The contents of the fonds document the varied interests and achievements of this woman noted for her support of Belgian war efforts during the First and Second World Wars. This was followed by a career as spokesperson for Republican and conservative values in the United States through seeking public office, lectures tours and assisting with the creation of new political parties. Her main focus was on the creation of artworks and teaching and sharing her talents via lecture tours. Many noted individuals were sculpted and immortalized at the hands of Suzanne Silvercruys.
3 boxes of Girl Guides of the Passamaquoddy division administrative material, training material, material from special events, and scrapbooks. Also includes some documents from the Sea Rangers of the S.R.S. Haida, and administrative documents from St. Stephen, Milltown, Pennfield, St. George, Blacks Harbour and Deer Island Girl Guide and Brownie troops, as well as a scrapbook belonging to Kaye Walsh used for a trip to Mexico.
This collection contains correspondences, documents, photos, and other types of material related to Joseph and Effie Gibson and their descendants. Most of the correspondence in this collection concerns Joe Gibson, a Royal Canadian Air Force pilot and oldest son of Joseph and Effie Gibson. Many photos of him and his crewmates, his letters home from overseas, as well as his schoolwork and notes from leaning how to fly an aircraft are also included in this collection. Several items which concern the affairs of John Gibson, Joe Gibson’s younger brother, can be found in this collection. These include correspondences and legal documents related to the estate of Charlotte Gibson, his sister, as well as an agreement between John Gibson and the Canada Railroad Company concerning interest and his land. Most of the personal items and published material in this collection belonged to John Gibson as well, these include publications related to his position as a volunteer firefighter, reports of organizations he belonged to, maps of the Town of St. Andrews, notes related to his work as a stonemason, and other items.
This fonds contains material related to Grand Manan Natural Historian and Conservationist Allan Moses. It includes a document titled "Moses Genealogy" which features recordings of the lives of members of the Moses family, including an extensive entry on Allan Moses.
This fond contains documents relating to Joseph Sutton Clark, Owner of a sardine plant in L’Etang Charlotte County NB. Documents include: correspondence relating to the development of L’Etang Harbor, financial records, and personal correspondence.