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Hibbard Family Fonds

  • CA CCA MC79
  • Fonds
  • 1862 - 1969

CPR Railway Passes signed by Van Horne 1892 (Photocopy); Celebration of the Armistice and Ending of the War Program, 1918; Small notebook titled “With the Compliments of the Confederation Life Association” inscribed with train details; Small notebook titled “Keep in mind that the Charlotte County Exhibition Is going to be the Best Ever This Year 1914”; Small postcard promoting the charms of St. Andrews; Seaside Inn and Cabins pamphlet; Jas A. Walker, B.C Manager business card; Campobello Island brochure 1970; Deer Island Brochure; Salt Sea Breezes at St. Andrews-By-the-Sea brochure; Centenary of the Charlotte County Grammar School 1818-1918; St Andrews Arena brochure presenting “The Princess of the Ice” 1949; Brochure for the Third Competitive Festival of Music 1951; Canadian Manufacturers Association 1922; Photograph of town plateau plan; Postcards of Sea Captains Loft x2; Postcard of St Andrews Harbour 1862; Queen Insurance Company Foreign Fire Policy; St Andrews Old Home Month August 1947; Correspondence between the Charlotte County Archives & Emmett Burgess; Program for Patriotic Concert in Memorial for the Canadian Soldiers’ Fund 1899; Clipping from newspaper “Brides of September, 1905” featuring the marriage of Miss Helen Augusta Hibbard to Mr. Carl Sherman Cole; Clipping from newspaper featuring the engagement of Miss Helen Augusta Hibbard to Mr. Carl Sherman Cole; from the Montreal Star, entitled “Where they Liked George III- Loyal St. Andrew’s Named Streets for Princes”; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Unpredictable Month” 1979; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Willows Always Know” 1979 ; Clipping from newspaper entitled “As I Remember” 1976; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Gallery Patron Mrs. H. Pillow Dies In Quebec” -1969
; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Shire town Items- Born Fifty Years Too Soon” -1970; Newspaper clipping from St. Croix Courier featuring a section entitled “Sixty Years ago” a piece written in 1914 & republished in 1974;. Clipping from newspaper entitled “Carnival is held at St. Andrews” 1931; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Shire town Carnival A Great Success” 1932; Page from Travel brochure entitled “Play, Fiddle head, Play”; Pages from St. Croix Courier, 1975 entitled “A History of Pharmacy in St. Andrews”; Page from St. Croix Courier, 19179 entitled “St.Andrews- a Loyalist Town”; Clipping from the Telegraph-Journal, “Famous St. George Band (1890)”, 1956; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Could it Happen Here?” 1979; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Queen was rightly spared funeral Duty” 1969; Clipping from newspaper entitled “Club Sponsors Fifth Tour to Regal Summer Homes”;Short history of Saint Andrews; Article by Archie Cunningham “New Brunswick & Canada Railway”; Invoice from R. Fraser Keay Hardware, Building Supplies, and Sporting Goods, 1931; License from the Department of Transport Radio Division Carol Hibbard 1947-1948; Poem “The Unguarded Border” written by Nellie Mowat 1970; Register of Pupils attending the Charlotte County Grammar School 1886-1899;Board of School Trustees Grading certificate certifying Helen Augusta Hibbard has completed the Course of Instruction for Advanced Schools; Telegram congratulating Helen Augusta Hibbard on her marriage 1905; Postcard to George Grimmer 1879; Envelope from P.G Hanson Dry Goods, Tailoring, Gents’ furnishings addressed to Miss Hibbard; Wedding invitation of Helen Augusta and Mr. Carlos Sherman Cole 1905; Invoice from J.I Fennel, Groceries and Provisions 1903; Invoice from P.G Hanson Dry Goods, Tailoring, Gents’ furnishings 1905; Receipt of payment 1914; Brochure for House and Garden Tour 1952; Invoice from J.I Fennel groceries and provisions 1905;. Two blank postcards; Letter to Miss Hibbard from Mrs. Brodie 1903

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