Item is a letter addressed to Pauline Alward regarding her completion of a correspondence course she took, as well as a statement written by Alward during this time which displayed her determination to complete the course.
Items are the correspondence course books which Pauline Alward used for her grade ten year. The subjects included are Algebra, Chemistry, English, French, Geometry, History, and Physics. Also includes a schedule that Alward made for her studies.
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.
Item is a newspaper clipping which highlights the occasion when the doors to York Street were officially opened at the Owens Art Gallery. The clipping has two photographs of Pauline (Alward) Spatz standing between Mayor Will Campbell and Mount Allison University President Ian Newbould