Item is a letter from Ernest S. Park, the Vice President of the New England Wood Preserving Co. in Boston, Massachusetts, written in response to Mary Wry’s inquiry about selling stamps. Item is dated January 17, 1925. Original advertisement and envelope are included.
Item is a receipt from Bill C. Raworth Ltd., manufacturers of and dealers in carriages, trucks, wagons, carts, farm slovens, and automobiles. It is for one giant mowing machine at $100.00 paid by John Alward.
Items are: a receipt for property tax paid on 53 Lansdowne Street by John Alward, and includes original bill and envelope, dated 1951, and a receipt from C. W. Palmer’s concerning the Chevy, dated 1950.
Item is a bill from C. W. Palmer, General Repairs on All Makes of Cars, located on Queen’s Road, paid by John Alward. The bill was for the replacement of a car’s voltage regulator. Item is dated June 16, 1950 and shows the addition of tax for the first time.
Item is a photograph of the female employees of George E. Ford’s All Purpose Store which was located on Main Street, Sackville, NB.
From left to right: First Row: Alice Wry (Cashier) who later became Mrs. T. A. Siddal, Lizzie Siddal (T. A.’s sister) Second Row: Miss McLean of St. John (Head Milliner), Lizzie Gillis, Mabel Lena Wry who was the Head Milliner before marrying John B. Alward Third Row: Jennie Amos, Casey Chase who became Mrs. Willard Bowser, and Nita Atkinson.
Item is a binder which on the cover reads: “Canadian National Livestock Records – Private Record”, and which on the inside contains items pertaining to John Alward’s raising of foxes. The content includes log sheets describing foxes owned by John Alward, extra copies of the log sheets that would have been filled out for each fox, an envelope from the Canadian National Silver Fox Breeders’ Association Head Office in Summerside, PEI, marketing agreements, etc. A key to unlock the binder to add additional sheets is also included.