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Winslow family

  • CA UNB 2
  • Fonds
  • 1695-1815

This fonds documents the personal, professional, and military activities of several generations of the Winslow family. It includes correspondence, accounts, diaries, claims, deeds, grants, commissions, court records, and memorials. It also includes a military campaign journal and a field book of the Chibnitook survey.

There are family correspondence and papers, 1695-1866, relating principally to Edward Winslow, Jr. and General Henry Fox's letterbook, August to September 1783, relating primarily to public business in Nova Scotia. Seven letterbooks of Edward Winslow's letters to his wife, Mary Symonds Winslow, 1784, are included as well as five letterbooks of Mather Byles, containing letters to Winslow, 1784-1786, and Stephen Miller's book.

The financial records include W. Winslow accounts, 1794-1800, and Edward Winslow accounts, 1770-1811. There are three diaries of Benjamin Marston's, 1778-1787, a campaign journal, 1779, and Edward Winslow's diary, 1779-1810. Also included are sketches, the field book of the Chibnitook survey (original), 1797-1799, land claims, land records, and other legal and court records. Among the court records are a record of 3 cases before the New Brunswick Court of Common Pleas, 1796-1808, 3 volumes on the Maine-New Brunswick Boundary Arbitration, 1796-1808, and memorials, commissions, claims, and remarks by Ward Chipman, British agent, and James Sullivan, ship's agent.

Winslow family (Loyalists)

Dr. Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey

  • CA UNB 80
  • Fonds
  • 1806-1994; predominant 1940-1994

This fonds consists in large part of the official records of the various offices Dr. Bailey held during his career at the University of New Brunswick from 1938-1970. There is a large amount of material relating to his extensive literary contributions, including articles; manuscripts, published and unpublished books; and records from his editorial role in "The Literary History of Canada". There are also some personal papers and a small number of family papers.
The fonds is divided into 15 series:

  • Series 1 - University Committees, including the Creative Arts Committee and the Arts Faculty Committee, 1956-1958;
  • Series 2 - Arts Faculty, 1932-1966, including records of the Arts Faculty's activities;
  • Series 3 - Literary Works, 1806 - 1990; predominant 1923-1979, including published and unpublished writings, notes and records about and by his family. The series also includes photographs and correspondence with literary colleagues including Malcolm Ross, Roy Daniells, Elizabeth Brewster, Michael Gnarowski, Carl F. Klink and Jack McClelland. There is also some correspondence between Bailey and Lord Beaverbrook and between Loring Ewart Bailey and W. Ganong and George Parkin;
  • Series 4 - Miscellaneous 1946-1979; predominant 1968-1979; including bibliographies, records of Founders' Day (UNB), the Loyalists, and the Canadian Writers' Federation;
  • Series 5 - Graduate Students, 1943-1959, consisting largely of correspondence with graduate students in the History Department;
  • Series 6 - Library ,-1959 ; predominant 1948-1958, including correspondence and other records about the operations of the Library.
  • Series 7 - Societies and Associations, 1910, 1940-1969. Records and correspondence about various groups including:
  • Massey Commission
  • Canadian Social Science Research
  • Humanities Research Council
  • Humanities Association of Canada
  • Canadian Library Association
  • National Library Advisory Committee
  • Champlain Society
  • Canada Foundation
  • Royal Society of Canada
  • Historic Sites and Monuments Board
  • New Brunswick Historic Sites Advisory Board
  • New Brunswick Museum
  • New Brunswick Tree Commission
  • Series 8 - Correspondence (Individuals), 1927-1970 including Whitman Bailey, Premier J.B. McNair, W.K. - Lamb, Milton F. Gregg, T. F McIlwraith, D.C. Harvey, J. Bartlett Brebner, John Bassett, Colin B. MacKay, W.S. MacNutt, Diamond Jenness, Lorne Pierce;
  • Series 9 - Personal Correspondence, 1936-1994 including Ralph Gustafson, Raymond Souster, F.R. Scott, A.J.M. Smith, Frances Halpenny, Northrop Frye, Louise Manny;
  • Series 10 - Beaverbrook Correspondence, 1946-1964, including the University library, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Playhouse, Beaverbrook Scholarships;
  • Series 11 - The Bailey Commission on the Future of the University, 1955-1966.
  • Series 12 - Vice President Academic, 1926-1970;
  • Series 13 - Lecture notes, 1927-1966;
  • Series 14 - History 3020 Lectures, 1966-1967;
  • Series 15 - Photographs, 18? - 1979;
  • Series 16 - Awards 1919, 1961-1992.

Bailey, Alfred Goldsworthy

Fredericton Women's Study Club

  • CA UNB MG H 100
  • Collection
  • 1940-1947

This collection documents the activities of the Fredericton Women's Study Club from 1940 to 1947. It consists of 3 scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, minutes, and correspondence.

Fredericton Women's Study Club

Clarke and Gamble families' genealogy

  • CA UNB MG H 101
  • Collection
  • [1785-1929]

This collection contains photocopies of records relating to the Clarke and Gamble families. It includes correspondence, memorials, newspaper clippings, legal records, and genealogical notes.

Clarke and Gamble families' genealogy, Author

Sir Wilfred Laurier

  • CA UNB MG H 105
  • Collection
  • [1895-1900]

This collection consists of photocopies of 3 groups of correspondence:

  1. With respect to the Intercolonial Railway
  2. With respect to the 1900 general election
  3. To and from A. G. Blair of New Brunswick

Laurier, Sir Wilfred, Prime Minister

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