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Fish family

  • CA PANB MC86
  • Microfilmed [ca. 1979]

The fonds contains ledger books from the Fish family businesses, including the blacksmith shop ledger, day accounts, invoice books, stock books and cash expenditure books. Some detail financial specifics for their blacksmithing interest, others record the details of the general merchandise store and the lumber yard holdings.

Fish family (Newcastle)

Frank R. Sayer

  • CA PANB MC88
  • Fonds
  • 1840-1971

This fonds documents the professional and personal life of F. R. Sayer, including his career with the railways, his activities as a writer and lecturer, and his affiliations with a number of organizations and the Anglican Church.

Sayer, Francis Reginald

Wren's Drug Store

  • CA PANB MC169
  • Fonds
  • 1880-1954

The fonds consists of copies of prescriptions that were filled by pharmacists of Wren's Drug Store from 1880-1954. Recorded on each prescription are the type of medication, the name of the physician, the name of the patient, the prescription number, and the date.

Wren's Drug Store (St. Andrews, N.B.)

J. & J. Miller & Co.

  • CA PANB MC189
  • Fonds
  • April 1880

This fonds consists of two legal items relating to J. & J. Miller & Co.: (1) A dissolution of partnership agreement, dated 22 April 1880, between James Miller, Sr. and James Miller, Jr., John Miller and John Cumming Miller, and Charles Alexander Duff Miller and David Elder Miller, and (2) An agreement, dated 23 April 1880, between John Miller et al and James Miller, Jr. regarding the latter's employment as manager of the company.

J. & J. Miller & Co. (Millerton, N.B.)

Bricklin Vehicle Corporation

  • CA PANB MC208
  • Fonds
  • [1970?]-1978

The fonds contains printed informational literature and owners' manuals and over 7000 detailed plans and drawings of the Bricklin car.

Bricklin Vehicle Corporation (N.B.)

Sussex Cheese and Butter Company

  • CA PANB MC209
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1974, 1949-1966

The fonds consists of a complete set of minute books for the Sussex Cheese and Butter Company, 1898-1974, and one minute book for the Millstream Creamery, 1949-1966.

Sussex Cheese and Butter Company (Sussex, N.B.)

Wheaton Brothers

  • CA PANB MC228
  • 1854-1904

This fonds consists of the business records of Wheaton Brothers. It includes 2 day books (1855-1864, 1885-1891) and a single account ledger (1854-1864, 1893-1904). The day books provide such detailed information as names of customers, dates of transactions, goods and products sold, services rendered, amounts charged, and payments received. There is also information pertaining to the hiring of workers, particularly, their date of hiring, term of employment, and wage promised.

The account ledger contains individual customer accounts that provide detailed information on goods and services purchased, amounts charged, and payments received. Frequently, the customer's place of residence is noted. The firm's customers lived in Sackville, Shediac, Amherst, Shemague, Salisbury, Petitcodiac, Coverdale, Tignish, Jolicure, Dorchester, and elsewhere.

The fonds also contains Frank Wheaton's accounting exercise book or work book, which provides information on 19th century accounting practices. He may have been a student in the commercial department of Sackville Academy in the 1870s.

Lastly, there are a few household accounts of Hedley Hicks with Sackville merchants dating to the 1930s, along with a very few household accounts of E. A. Wheaton dating to the same period.

Wheaton, Daniel and Elisha

T.H. Swift and Sons

  • CA PANB MC235
  • Fonds
  • 1926-1973

This fonds consists largely of the financial records of T. H. Swift and Sons businesses. The records of the store include bound ledgers and account books, 1934-1965, and other loose financial records and correspondence, 1926-1973. There are invoices, orders and shipping records as well as inventory records, some customers accounts and banking records. There are also payroll, income tax and insurance records.

The records of Lockowan Coal Company include financial and banking records and some time sheets for workers handling explosives, 1932-1947.

Personal and business records of Rene Swift, 1925-196, include financial and investment records, souvenirs and records of his work with local service clubs and charities. There are also some records of the Peerless Construction Company, 1937-1940. Plans of the general store and the Minto Coal Company office, 1942, are available in the map section.

T.H. Swift and Sons (Minto, N.B.)

Michael Samuel & Sons

  • CA PANB MC240
  • Fonds
  • 1811-1857

The fonds contains the business records of Michael Samuel and his sons, Michael Jr., Joseph J., William E. and Samuel G. A few records relate to the partnership of John Joseph and Michael Samuel, and a number of letters were written to Michael Samuel, Sr. by his nephew, businessman Jonah Samuels of Dalhousie, N.B.

The fonds consists of correspondence; accounts; invoices; orders; receipts; bills of shipping, lading, and exchange; and a few legal records, including agreements.

Michael Samuel & Sons (Chatham, N.B.)

Albion Steam Works

  • CA PANB MC248
  • Fonds
  • 1836-1839

This fonds consists of financial records for Albion Steam Works, dating from 1836 to 1839. They offer a window into the social life and economy of early 19th century Fredericton and area, recording the names of customers (residents) and occasionally their occupations (i.e., merchant, contractor, mason, innkeeper, miller, blacksmith, servant) and places of residence (i.e., Fredericton, Saint John, Woodstock, Stanley, Boiestown, St. Marys, Douglas, Nashwaak, Royal Road, Campbell), along with the foodstuffs, services, building supplies, and household goods they purchased. A number of customers were employees of Albion Steam Works.

There are 4 ledgers, one dating from 1836 to 1839, the second, from 1836-1839, the third, from 1837 to 1838, and the fourth from 1838 to 1839. There is also a day book, dating from 1837 to 1838. The 1836-1839 ledger (MS1A) contains both customer accounts and day book entries. Included among the customer accounts are a number pertaining to individuals and companies who were living in or working to establish the newly-created village of Stanley, most notably Commissioners E. N. Kendall and Richard Hayne and the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia Land Company. The 1836-1839 ledger (MS1B) appears to be a continuation of first (MS1A) and likewise contains the names of customers, sometimes their places of residence and occupations, services performed, items purchased, amounts charged, and sums paid (cash, kind, and labour).

The 1837-1838 ledger includes both cash book entries and individual accounts, and the 1838-1839 ledger contains individual accounts. The cash book entries record monies and goods received and expended; the day book entries identify the items purchased and names of customers; and the account book entries record the names of customers, the items purchased, the amounts charged, and the payments received, either in cash, kind, or labour.

Albion Steam Works (Nashwaaksis, N.B.)

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