Unidentified boy in horse-drawn carriage, in front of the Ford Hotel, West Main Street, Sackville, New Brunswick, early 1900s.
Ford's Hotel (front exterior), west Main Street, Sackville, New Brunswick. The original is inscribed, "1908 Ford Hotel Sackville".
Woman and child in horse drawn sleigh, on College Street, at the rear of the F.C. Richardson's store, Sackville, New Brunswick, with the Male Academy in the background. The original is inscribed, "1905 Nana & half-sister Hazel Ford".
Percy Gillis in a boat on the Lily Pond, ca. 1910,
Mount Allison Ladies' College students, near football field, 1931. The original is inscribed, "Initiation 1931"
The fonds consists of 9 series (the correspondence files also contain some committee reports, and chronicle the activities of the standing and ad-hoc committees of the board):
Books nos. 1, 2, and 3 (accession 4801) contain minutes, reports, constitution and by-laws, letters, financial statements, annual returns, membership lists, and clippings, for the years 1901-1947. Book 4:
General Correspondence, 1915-1966;
Subject Correspondence, 1922-1964;
Subject Files, 1921-1965;
Financial Records, 1919-1958;
Certificate of membership. Also included is:
Stamp of the Sackville Board of trade (artifact);
a wooden gavel, presented to The Sackville Board of Trade on its 50th Anniversary by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, 1952;
photograph of a group of unidentified men on a platform in front of the armories, Sackville, New Brunswick.
Fonds consists of the application made by Melbourne George Kaye to the Controller of Construction, Ottawa, to erect a single dwelling on Wellington St., Sackville, New Brunswick, 1945; business records for Meb’s Diner, W. Main St., Sackville, New Brunswick, 1944-1949; and a menu for Mary’s Tea Kozy, 21 Wellington St., Sackville, New Brunswick, [ca.1960].
Fonds contains photographs and textual records pertaining to the descendants of Isaac Wry, which were handed down to and kept by his great granddaughter, Pauline Mary (Alward) Spatz. Most of the content refers to Pauline, her parents John Bunyan and Mabel Lena (Wry) Alward, and her grandparents John Willard and Jennie Grace (Snowdon) Wry, as well as other close relatives. The records listed here were part of a donation that also included a number artifacts.
Fonds is divided into four sousfonds which are further divided into relevant series. All content has been arranged chronologically.
Sub-fond 1: John Willard Wry and Jennie Grace (Snowdon) Wry Sub-fond 2: Mathilda Wry and Mary Elsie Wry Sub-fond 3: John Bunyan Alward and Mabel Lena (Alward) Wry Sub-fond 4: Pauline Mary (Alward) Spatz
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.
First accession contains items from six plywood boards used in the Grindstone Museum set up by Herbert C. Read in the “Carriage House” of the Marshlands Inn, which includes various materials pertaining to the Read Stone Company and grindstone production, including primarily photographs, as well as graphic drawings, newspaper clippings, and other textual records.
Second accession, contains materials pertaining to the Read Stone Company, grindstone production, and the Read family. Content includes primarily photographs, as well as postcards, articles, and a guest book from the Marshlands Inn which was formerly the Read home, and that contained a museum devoted to displaying the history of the grindstone industry in Sackville.