This item provides information about the Arden House Hotel in St. George. C. Hazen McGee was the proprietor. The Hotel was situated at the mouth of Magaguadavic River along side the famous Falls. It identifies St. George as the home of the Red Granite Industry. There are railway connections via Shore Line and C. P. R. It is noted that it is a good area for fishing and hunting. The Hotel offers "First Class Livery."
Dumbarton Magistrate's account book; notes on the history of Rollingdam and the experience of Stanley Wilson by Pauline Graham; Reviews of Case James Elliot vs John Stewart; Papers regarding the Rollingdam Bye Road. All items are photocopies of originals.
Biographical sketches of Dr Samuel Tilley Gove (1813- ) and Dr Harry Gove 1845- ) physicians of St Andrews; Deed from Peter Christie to John Gove 1779; and an account sent out in St Andrews by Dr Gove 1839
'Daily News' issues featuring articles pertaining to the murder committed by Thomas Dowd and Mary Ward, Thomas Dowd's hanging and Mary Ward's imprisonment. Issues are from January 11th, 1879 and January 13th, 1879.
Early 1900's Algonquin brochure; article about the history of the Greenock Church Memorial Hall written by Willa Walker; "The first Telephone in St. Andrews" article written by Willa Walker;Index cards kept while working on her books "No Hay Fever and Railway"(now entitled 'A Summer in St. Andrews'); 'Dayspring and the Dunns"; various documents regarding the history of the town.