This fonds includes correspondence of the Barr family, 1873-1898 and family certificates, insurance policies and other records, 1709-1902. There is also a diary of F. H. Barr about trips through the Maritime provinces, 1881-1882, a diary of Ida Jane Harding, 1877-1880, and a muster roll of company no. 2, Saint John County Light Infantry, 1866.
This report was prepared for Lieutenant-Governor Arthur Hamilton Gordon by Lieutenant-Colonel J.A. Inches on 24 May 1866. It discusses in detail the activities of the Fenians in the Calais, Maine, and St. Stephen, New Brunswick, on 23 and 24 May 1866.
This fonds consists of the administrative records of the Ladies Auxiliary Command to the New Brunswick Command the Royal Canadian Legion. It contain minutes of meetings (1928-1939, 1951-1970), copies of the constitution and by-laws (1928-1979), and a printed copy of a brief history of the Ladies Auxiliary Command by Vesta R. Morell (1979). The history has been moved to MC80/62.
It also contains the Applications for Membership, 1925-2000, organized by Branch.
Royal Canadian Legion. New Brunswick Command. Ladies Auxiliary Command
Letter to Lord Hobart from Colonel Martin Hunter (later General Martin Hunter) dated 30 August 1803. Martin reports that he is ordered to New Brunswick "to raise a regiment" and asks if he may be appointed Governor of New Brunswick in place of Governor Thomas Carleton, whom he understands is to be returning to England.