Fonds consists of documents related to George H. Connell's activities as a land owner and merchant. There are correspondence, deeds, financial information, and descriptions of property. Correspondence includes letters from customers, family relatives, and political associates in Ottawa, and telegrams. Deeds contain the date, description of property, amount, and names of those involved in the transaction. Financial documents include two cash books, a ledger, and insurance renewal for George H. Connell and Charles Connell. Descriptions of property name the location, acreage, and names of owners.
This fonds consists of cards, pamphlets, and memorabilia from Viva Watson's pilgrimage to Vimy Ridge, France, in 1936. Also included in the fonds are graduation invitations, notes from Harley to his wife and children, and Harley Watson's obituary.
Fonds mainly consists of Gage Montgomery’s financial receipts. There are insurance invoices, dated 1925-1929, from the Confederation Life Association, Canada Life Assurance Company, Sun Life Company of Canada, and Mutual Life Assurance Company of Canada. The fonds also contains correspondence dated 1927 from cousin Gage, Nell, and Marilyn Montgomery in Washington and a 1921 certificate from the Loyal Orange Association of British America to Henry Montgomery. There are also original poems, a play, and stories written by Hugh R. Montgomery from Debec Junction and dated 1925.
Fonds mainly consists of correspondence about the construction of the Lewis Peter Fisher Memorial Library. Correspondence consists of letters to co-executor, Allison B. Connell of the Fisher estate from booksellers, architect, Ernest Fairweather, J. Fred Ryan, and other business associates. Also included is the town council resolution to provide annual funds, the notice of appointment of the library commission, minutes of the first and second meeting in 1914, and Carleton’s 1916 correspondence announcing his resignation.
Fonds contains correspondence written to Allison B. Connell, co-executor of Lewis Peter Fisher’s estate, from Macalaster, Wiggin Company concerning the purchase of an X-ray machine and problems with the X-ray machine.
Fonds consists of documents related to the construction of the Lewis Peter Fisher Memorial School. There are progress reports, 1911-1912; contractors' agreement between Joseph MacVay & Son and the trustees of the L.P. Fisher estate; tenders from contractors including proposed costs of construction; correspondence from G. Ernest Fairweather to Allison B. Connell and F.H.J. Dibblee regarding questions and changes to construction and building plans; and blueprints of the Lewis Peter Fisher Memorial School.
Fonds consists of financial papers, scrapbooks, correspondence, educational materials, photographs, and items of personal interest to the Wright family. Financial documents include tax notices and ledgers belonging to Allan and Earl Wright and the W. R. Wright estate, 1936-1951. Scrapbooks contain social memorabilia including newsclippings, postcards, and letters. Correspondence dates 1920-1959 and includes both family and business letters. There are greeting cards exchanged among family members and friends. Items of personal interest to the family include agricultural materials, radio logs and pamphlets, and clothing catalogues, 1918-1954. Photographs are of unidentified individuals.
This fonds consists of receipt forms from the New Brunswick Railway Company's Woodstock station. They list goods such as hay and tea, shipped by local businessmen and companies to locations outside of Woodstock. Shippers included: R.M. Bailey; H. Paxton Baird; James Boyd; Connell Brothers; W.F. Dibblee and Son; C.H. Ferguson; P. Gillen; H.A. Haer; A. Henderson; Johnson and Co.; G.R. Ketchum; R.B. Manzer; Fred Moore; D. Phillips; J.T. Raymond and Co.; Small and Fisher and Co.; Union Foundry Co.; Charles VanWart; Woodstock Woodworking Co.; and F.A. Wyman.