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The Argosy Weekly

Item is a copy of the Argosy Weekly from November 1952. On the cover is an article about Pauline entitled, “U.G.R. Nurse Leaves”, which discussed her acceptance of the position of Evening Supervisor at South Oaks, The Long Island Home, Amityville, Long Island, New York.

Wry Reunion Newspaper Clipping

Item is a newspaper clipping from the Sackville Tribune documenting a family reunion held in 1991 for the descendants of Willard and Jennie Wry.

Letter, Pamphlet and Notes from George Trueman

Items are a thank you letter send from George Trueman, president of Mount Allison University, thanking John Alward for lending him gasoline the night prior. Along with the letter, Trueman sent a copy of the Josiah Wood Lectures of Dr. Lloyd C. Douglas (1933) and a pamphlet about Mount Allison University.

1912 - 1913 Blueprint of Sackville

  • CA THT 2009.20.7
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  • 1912-1913

Item is a blueprint map of Sackville surveyed by Class 1912-1913. Includes York St., Main St., Weldon St., Park Lane, Josiah Wood's home, Music Hall Block, Post Office, Methodist Church and other buildings of importance.

"In Fond Remembrance" Card

Item is an envelope addressed to Mr. John. B. Alward, Wood Point, NB, sent from Murray & Company Pictures and Frames, stamped “Port Elgin, AU 25 09”. Inside is a piece of black carbon paper with gold etching, which reads, “In Fond Remembrance of our Dear Ones”, and then lists the death dates of the following individuals: Lucinda Alward (51 years), Emerson Alward (15 years), Frank O. Alward (8 months), Lillian S. Wry (1 year 6 months), Myrtle L. Wry. (2 years 6 months)

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 envelope are included.

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