This fonds contains the account books for George V. Beatteay's contract work. Some of the projects he worked on were: Quarantine Station on Partridge Island (ca. 1898-1900); Indiantown school; Immigrant building; M.R.A. warehouse; Wiggins Male Orphan Asylum; numerous personal dwellings; and the following vessels: Royal Oak, Skewsbury, Aclede, D.W. Clark, Annie F. McLeod, Jennie Clark, Iris, Olive, Lizzie, Crocus, Irish McLauglan, Ida E., Buckle, Rothesay Parole, Archille and Arnon.
The fonds consists of a journal or memorandum book compiled by Innes. It contains dates of death of her family members and other individuals, primarily Saint John residents; texts of sermons by clergy in Saint John including some for funerals; texts for prayers and Bible verses. There are 3 recipes for cures for such ailments as sore joints and rheumatism. Also included in the journal are dates and locations of fires in Saint John and Portland, and a few dates of storms and earthquakes or tremors. Dates of some marriages, mostly in Saint John and Portland, are also recorded in the journal.
This fonds consists of a printed class book distributed by Methodist societies for the instruction of class leaders in Sunday school class. The middle section contains printed forms. The register lists students in classes with note of their financial contribution.