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Strawberry Sales Invoice

Items are two invoices documenting strawberry sales in July 1923 bought from Willard Wry.

2/4 New England Wood Preserving Co. Letter

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 e...

Arthur W. Shano Business Card

  • CA THT IWFFonds-2006.14.02-2006.14.02/6
  • Item
  • [before 1932]
  • Part of Wry Family Fonds

Item is a business card belonging to Arthur W. Shano, M.B.E., J.P., located at 68 Weldon Street, Sackville, New Brunswick, who was legal advisor to Mathilda Wry.

H. Berman Receipt

Item is a receipt issued to “Miss M. Wry”, from H. Berman – Dealer in Clothing, Gents’ Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, and Furniture. Receipt is for payment of one Enterprise Magic stove with a high shelf and reservoir, for $58.40.

J. O. Caulkin Receipt

Item is a receipt issued in Sackville, NB, on November 20, 1923 for a payment of $7.00. Receipt is signed J. O. Caulkin, MD.

Bill C. Raworth Ltd. Receipt

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.

A. E. Wry Standard Ltd.Receipt

Item is a receipt from A. E. Wry Standard Limited, dated July 18 1927, for one separator and one churn, sold to John Alward of Wood Point, NB for $60.00. Money was paid to W. I. Oulton.

Receipt from Enterprise Foundry Co. Limited

Item is a receipt for a payment to the Enterprise Foundry Co. Limited for a pipeless furnace model #839 for $140.00, two bags of cement for $2.00, and joints for $2.50.

Receipt from G. A. Sparks

Item is a receipt for a suit from G. A. Sparks, custom tailor, in Sackville, NB. It is dated March 6, 1934 and was paid by John B. Alward.

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