The extent of archival material on each of the organizations varies from only a few sheets to many folders or boxes. Many records suffered the same fate as many of the Synagogue records, being burned in a fire in 1933.
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society - primarily newspaper clippings.
Daughters of Israel - minute books, financial ledgers, some reports and clippings.
Ladies Auxiliary – minute books
Sisterhood Shaarei Zedek - minute books, correspondence, and annual reports
Young Mens / Womens Hebrew Association - newsletters, dance cards, and newspaper clippings
Boy Scouts, Cubs, Girl Guides and Brownies – records are limited to a few notebooks, booklets and newspaper clippings
Jewish Community Players - complete scrapbook of the organization's activities, scripts
Hebrew Choral Society - sheet music in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Shomer Club (The Guardians) - financial records, minutes, and correspondence
Henrietta Szold Chapter of Hadassah-WIZO - minutes, reports, financial records, correspondence, membership, conference material, activity reports, and scrapbooks
Item is a newspaper article written by John Willard Wry for the Sackville Tribune on June 10, 1937. The article is entitled, “Describes the “Wet Summer” of 53 Years Ago”, and subtitled, “Mr. Willard Wry Tells of the Difficulties Experienced by Farmers Through Adverse Weather Conditions”.
Item is a complimentary concert ticket with “Miss Tillie Wry” written on the back. The concert was hosted by the Sackville Glee Club and held in Lingley Hall, Mount Allison University, on Tuesday May 8th.
Item is a postcard addressed to a Mrs. George Blake in Concord Junction, Massachusetts. The message discusses the image on the front, which shows a section of Bridge Street in Sackville, NB. The message is signed “E. M. R.”
Item is a photograph of a parade celebrating the Diamond Jubilee of Canada’s Confederation, 1 July 1927. This photograph shows a group of women in period costume representing different eras. The picture was taken on the front steps of the Men’s Residence at Mount Allison University (entrance off York Street).