Collection contains 15 photographs pertaining to the Sackville Paper Box Company, owned by Azor W. Davis, and 8 photographs pertaining to the 5 ¢ to $1.00 Store owned by Roy F. Durling in Sackville, New Brunswick.
This series consists of research notes and compilations of G. Harold Markham, of Saint John, who is numbered with those New Brunswick historians of the mid-twentieth century such as Maxwell and Manny who contributed so much to the preservation of the history of the Province. The items here reflect a great deal of meticulous research as well as writing, and establish Markham as one who could vie for the title "New Brunswick's Military Historian".
The Wolhaupter Collection contains a variety of items, which refer to four generations of the family, and date from 1790 to 1950. Although it is not a large collection, correspondence, certificates, diary and plans, which are included, provide valuable insight into the members of this talented family.
This series consists of sixty-one items that were produced as essays on a topic or the notes used to write an essay. These "notes" include typescripts of original documents made for research purposes. 'Provenance' dictates that the typescripts be placed by themselves rather than with the original.
This fond consists of photographs from 1935 and 1951. The majority are from the funeral of Lt. Col. Ross . Newspaper clippings organized into 2 scrap books plus pamphlets from various special occasions , and nominal rolls .