Fonds relates to the commercial life of Burwash Robinson in Middle Sackville, New Brunswick. Fonds consists of Burwash Robinson’s receipt booklet dated to the 1940’s, a copy of a photograph of what is believed to be Burwash Robinson’s Tannery taken in the 1960’s (and copied in 2010), and two photographs of Burwash Robinson’s General Store likely taken between 1997-2003, long after it was closed (to the right of Burwash Robinson’s General Store is the Smith Home and to the right of that is Black’s General Store). (19/14, PB1.257-259)
This fonds consists of a single item -- a short story written by Richard Wallace about the adventures of a sailor who jumped ship in Rio de Janeiro and hunted for lost treasure. The manuscript is missing pages 12 to 15 along with the conclusion.
Fonds is composed of baptism/marriage/burial records, membership rolls, minutes, annual reports, financial statements, financial ledgers, legal documents, correspondence, building specifications, architectural plans, orders of service, newspaper clippings, and published and unpublished histories from Dalhousie-New Mills Pastoral Charge and its Presbyterian and Methodist antecedents. Fonds is composed of the following series: Dalhousie-New Mills Pastoral Charge records New Mills Pastoral Charge records New Mills Presbyterian Pastoral Charge records Zion United Church (New Mills) records Bethel United Church (Nash Creek) records St. Paul’s United Church (Charlo) records St. Luke’s United Church (Belledune) records Dalhousie Pastoral Charge records Dalhousie Presbyterian Pastoral Charge records St. John’s United Church (Dalhousie) St. James United Church (Dalhousie Junction) Archibald Settlement Methodist Church records