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Anne & Richard Hicks Collection
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Anne & Richard Hicks Collection

  • CA THT 2008.13C
  • Collection
  • [189-?] -1922

Collection contains six photographs pertaining to the Dixon family including commercial buildings, school portraits, and one photograph of an unidentified group.

Unidentified Group by a Fence

Item is a photograph of two men, three women, and three young boys standing by a fence in front of a house. Two horse and buggies are waiting near the left side of the house.

Sackville High School Group

Item is a photograph of a group of students who attended Sackville High School in spring of 1903, as well as teachers. On verso of item, a number of the students have been identified: Gladys Dixon, F. H. Dixon, Nita Palmer, Isla Fawcett, Cladie Sm...

Sackville Hay & Feed Co. Building

Item is a photograph of the Sackville Hay & Feed Co. building on Lorne Street, Sackville, New Brunswick in the winter, with men and horse-drawn sleighs in front. Down the street is A. M. Amos’ horse shoeing shop.

Class Portrait

Item is a portrait of a group of young children with a woman in the middle [likely a school class and teacher]. Jean Dixon is in the photograph, but is not specifically identified.

Sackville School Classroom

Item is a photograph of the “grade 8±” students seated in their classroom at the Sackville School in Sackville, New Brunswick. Jean Dixon is in the photograph, but is not specifically identified.

James Leaman Dixon Letter Collection

Collection of letters written by Jame Leman Dixon from the Read Stone Quarry in Stonehaven, NB to his brother Walter Irwin Dixon in Sackville, NB on the following dates:7 May 189912 October 189923 June 190115 July 190130 August 190115 October 1901...

Clarence E. Dixon Letter

Item is a letter from Clarence E. Dixon (Rapid City, Manitoba) to Walter Irwin Dixon (Sackville, New Brunswick) dated 14 September 1912Letter discusses agriculture activities, livestock and letters from friends