Ce fonds est constitué d'un registre ou livre de comptes qui contient les dépenses des écoles à la Rivière-des-Caches, Néguac, Northumberland (N.-B.) entre 1892 et 1950. Dans le registre se trouvent 20 autres factures / reçus (1943-1954). Plusieurs individus y sont identifiés.
The fonds mainly consists of the Carleton Light Infantry's records after its reorganization in 1920. Fonds includes a history of the Carleton Light Infantry, records of the 1934 annual meeting of the Carleton Light Infantry, financial information, company correspondence, and nominal rolls. There are personnel files listing name, rank, company, address, registration date, and remarks concerning any leaves of absence, applications for higher rank, meetings attended, etc.; there are also medical officers' certificates, and property information. The information about the Carleton-York Regiment is limited to records of a 1937 meeting of the Regiment, a financial statement, and shared personnel files.
This fonds consists entirely of minute books created by the Carleton County Agricultural Society during the following time periods: 1875-1906, 1919-1924, 1929-1939, 1943-1946, and 1948-1953. Minute books contain information on the society's finances and information on topics discussed at society meetings, including crops, livestock, and exhibitions.
This fonds consists of two Advent Christian hymnals ; account journals including the names of parishioners, employees, and amounts given to the church in Woodstock; and a Women's Home and Foreign Mission Society minute book, including a handwritten 1899 constitution .
Fonds consists of a minute book of the Woodstock Standard Efficiency Club containing descriptions of meetings, rules of the club, and a written constitution. Also included in the fonds is correspondence between the Woodstock club and the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA).
Fonds consists of early art works of Edwin Tappan Adney including cast and life drawings completed while he was a member of the Students Art League in New York around 1885-86. Fonds also contains other drawings, sketches, and notes on historical heraldry.
Fonds consists of legal documents and correspondence pertaining to Allison Barlow Connell's career as lawyer in Carleton County. There are signed mortgages, deeds, trusts, and leases involving clients of Allison Connell. These documents contain names, dates, and descriptions of transactions. Fonds also contains account information concerning the estates of Allison Connell, Charles Connell, and Lewis P. Fisher, Allison B. Connell's law partner who had made Connell an executor of his estate. Correspondence includes business letters from clients and business associates.
Fonds consists mainly of documents related to Charlotte Miriam Ginson's education and early career as a school teacher. There are certificates including birth, marriage, church, and music; Ginson's entrance marks into the Provincial Normal School; her teacher's license, dated 1933; and an autograph album, dated 1908 kept to her mother, E. Lillian Christie, during her attendance at the Provincial Normal School.