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Renovation to School Plan

This item is a collection of contracts and proposals for both contractors and sub-contractors regarding the renovation of Macdonald Consolidated School in the 1970's.

George Rogers family

  • MC-56
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1984, 2018

Fonds reflects the lives, careers, and military services of George Rogers and his family. Fonds consists of various textual records and photographs from the George Rogers family of Sackville, New Brunswick. It includes letters between family members; newspaper clippings about the family; and photographs of the family home and activities of George, his two wives, and their 13 children. The fonds also consists of a letter from Karen Eames in 2018 that accompanied the rest of the fonds documenting her knowledge of the Rogers side of her family.

George Rogers

Marion Carter

  • MC-62
  • Fonds
  • 1946, 1950

Fonds relates to the women and a few men who worked in the administrative offices at the Enterprise Foundry in Sackville, New Brunswick in 1946 and 1950. Fonds consists of two photographs, for which the donor has identified everyone on verso. The photographs consist of Enterprise employees standing in front of the foundry and at a picnic at Mrs. D.S. Fisher’s house in Frosty Hollow, New Brunswick. (PB1.1-.2)

Marion Carter

Ministers Island

  • CA CCA MC 934
  • Collection
  • 1912-2022

This fonds contains material related to the history of Ministers Island. It includes a transcription of an interview with Wade Veinotte, who used to work on the island, as well as reports, feasibility studies, and development plans related to proposals to turn Ministers Island into a Provincial Park or other cultural resource, essays on the history of the island or the Van Horne family, photocopies of historic publications on the Van Horne family property and Sir William Van Horne, a booklet for an exhibition of paintings by Cathy Ross of artifacts belonging to the Van Horne family on Ministers Island, and transcriptions of original legal documents and correspondence related to the first European occupants of Ministers Island, John Hanson and his family.

Burwash Robinson General Store and Tannery

  • MC-70
  • Fonds
  • [194-], [196-], [1997-2003?]

Fonds relates to the commercial life of Burwash Robinson in Middle Sackville, New Brunswick. Fonds consists of Burwash Robinson’s receipt book 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 around 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)

Sackville Harness Shop

  • MC-23
  • Fonds
  • 1919

Fonds relates to the daily operations, how and what they made and sold, how their products were used and by whom, and it’s uniqueness for the time period of the Sackville Harness Shop in Sackville, New Brunswick. Fonds contains five series: financial documents including blank invoices, blank receipts, eight bundles of individual price lists, price tags, and two ledgers; promotional materials including sticker labels, four magazines with their ads in them, five shop catalogues, tags, two business cards, address label, two labels for neatsfoot oil, a brochure, two post cards, and a wall calendar (1999); photographs of the founders, of three men at the Amherst, Nova Scotia parade with a horse wearing the harnesses from the shop, of Halifax exhibitions, of a CTV news broadcaster (Maria Penopalis) in the shop, of materials made at the shop, of materials sold at the shop, and of the interior (including two photos of Bill Long working there); moving images including a copy of a film on the shop by the National Film Board of Canada; and media about the shop including write-ups on the harness shop, four photocopies of Budweiser horses in harnesses from the shop, and a Globe and Mail-Weekend magazine featuring a story on the harness shop from 1973.

Fonds contains five series:
Series 1: Financial; 1957-1978, 1971-1983, [198-].
Series 2: Promotional Materials; 1955, 1975, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1999, 2014, 2018, 2020.
Series 3: Photographs; 1919, 1993, 1994, 2017.
Series 4: Moving Images; 1965.
Series 5: Media about the Shop; 1973, [ca. 1980].

Sackville Harness Shop

Marcie (Morice) Fullerton

  • MC-53
  • Fonds
  • 1920-2015

Fonds relates to the Morice Brother’s business activities in Middle Sackville, New Brunswick and Marcie (Morice) Fullerton’s education and interests in Middle Sackville, New Brunswick. Fonds consists of letters to and from the Morice Brothers, including one referencing the sale of the Christopher Boultenhouse property after his death; Marcie Fullerton’s tests, report cards, graduation certificates, certificate of honor, Valedictory address from the Middle Sackville Superior School, and a newspaper clipping of Marcie Fullerton receiving the charter for the Business and Professional Woman’s Club; photos of Middle Sackville’s Morice Mill Pond, the Red Cross Society, and an unknown Military unit; and the menus of Sackville restaurants Marcie visited and enjoyed.
Fonds contains four series:
Series 1: Morice family; 1878, 1906.
Series 2: Marcie’s Education and Professional Development; 1926-1936,
[196-?], 1961.
Series 3: Photographs; [189-?], [191-]-[192-?], 1958.
Series 4: Sackville Restaurant Menus; [193-]-[194-?].

Margaret 'Marcie' (Morice) Fullerton

James and Abner Smith

  • MC-16
  • Fonds
  • 1844-1854, [1880-?], 1887-1890.

Fonds relates to the commercial activities of James and Abner Smith in Middle Sackville, New Brunswick. Fonds consists of James Smith’s ledger from Saddler; Harness & Trunk Manufacturer; a photograph of Abner Smith’s Manufacturer of Boots & Shoes Factory; and the daybook and order book for Abner Smith’s Manufacturer of Boots & Shoes.

James and Abner Smith

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