Tag Archives: The Daily Gleaner

George Taylor Papers

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1  Thomas Burpee, chief mechanic I C R, Ottawa to G.T. Taylor, Fredericton, 14 March 1872 Re: purchase of photographs

2  W.H. Odell, Halifax – to George T. Taylor 28 [July] 1889 re: Purchase of photographs and commissioning for the taking of others

3  Telegrams F.W. Cram, [N.B. Railway] , McAdam to George T. Taylor 28 [Nov.] 1887

a  Instructing Taylor to “go ahead under the preposition”

b  Instructing conductors to assist Mr. Taylor with his baggage between all points until 30th November 1887.

4  Daily Gleaner 24 November 1956 “George Taylor‘s Soldiers Never D[i.e.]” by Fred Phillips

Jessie B. Segee Collection

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1  Clippings from “The Standard” concerning Germany and World War II; 1945

2  “Canada at War” 1944; “Lord Nelson’s Prayer” before the Battle of Trafalgar, n.d.; Certificate acknowledging Miss Jessie B. Segee has purchased Victory Bonds, April-May, 1943; Christmas card; n.d.

3  Clippings on World War II, Poems and Songs; 1941-1945

4  Clippings from various newspapers concerning Franklin D. Roosevelt‘s death; April 13, 1945

5  Clippings from various newspapers concerning “The Royal Family”, World War II; 1941-1945

6  Clippings from various newspapers concerning Canada; 1941-1945

7  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner concerning Dorothy Gorman, the first person to buy a War Bond in St. Anne’s Ward; April 23, 1945

8  Clipping concerning “Ann Moxon of Fredericton”, sponsored by C.F.N.B. Radio to sing on a New York Radio Show; 1944

9  Postcards to Jessie B. Segee

a  “United We Stand” World War I; 1914

b  A typical scene in front of the Hangars, at a Service Flying School; 1943.

G. Alvah Good Collection

William Lyon Mackenzie King

William Lyon Mackenzie King (Image via Wikipedia)

If you are interested in any of these files then please contact the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

1  Typescript of request for Captain G.A. Good, May 29, 1917.

2  Theory on “Hill Jackson Sight”; G. Alvah Good, 1915-1917.

3  Picturesque Canada; Queens University, 1900.

4  The Brunswickan, extra special edition on the mistreatment of senior student Al Brown by Fredericton Police, Dec. 4, 1948.        

5  Two books on Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, 1914.

6  Fredericton, travel guide, Irving Oil, n.d.

7  Sea, Ships and Men, Navy League of Canada, 1946.

8  Relics of the Stone Age in New Brunswick; by L.W. Bailey, 1887.

9  Sermon at the Consecration of Christ Church Cathedral, by Rev. Horatio Southgate, Fredericton, August 31, 1853.

10  “Temperance and a Total War Effort”; Ottawa, Dec. 16, 1942.

11  “Ranks and Medal Ribbons”, England, 1945.

12  “Tales of Long Ago”; history of the Good family, 1937.

13  Third Class Teaching License; Mary E. Gilmore, 1886.

14  “Martello Tower Museum of Old Firearms”; n.d.

15  Order of Divine Service for the C.A.S.F.”, 1940.

16  Ships Mean Life”, by Commander William Strange, 1944.

17 a  “The Lord Mayor’s Luncheon”; Mackenzie King, September 4, 1941.

b  “Servitude or Freedom, Present Position of the War”, Sept. 17, 1941.

c  “Controlling the Cost of Living”, Hon. W.L. MacKenzie King, Oct. 18, 1941.

18  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner “A Tribute to Russia”, 1943.

Clippings (MS19 – 378 to 404)

MC300-MS19 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection Description (page 168)

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Continued from Clippings (MS19 – 1 to 18), Clippings (MS19 – 19A)Clippings (MS19 – 20 to 103), Clippings (MS19 – 104 to 157)Clippings (MS19 – 158 to 216)Clippings (MS19 – 217 to 247)Clippings (MS19 – 248 to 297)Clippings (MS19 – 298 to 351) and Clippings (MS19 – 352 to 377)

378  Clipping, “York-Sunbury Museum”, schedule, Lifestyles-Past 50, February/March, 1992.

379  Clipping & photo of Valerie Evans, “Valerie Evans Gets Paid to Don Costumes”, The Daily Gleaner, Today’s Woman, June 6, 1992.

380  Clipping, “Museum Exhibit Looks Back At Fashionable Era For Women”, The Daily Gleaner, July 21, 1992.

381  Clipping, “Dream Space, Heidi Grein Exhibit Opened”, The Daily Gleaner, September 29, 1992.

382  Clipping and photo of Forestry Association winners.  “Greenery Awards Presented”, The Daily Gleaner, December 22, 1992.

383  Clipping, “Christmas in the Officer’s quarters”, The Daily Gleaner, December 22, 1992.

384  Clipping and photo of Richard Hatfield, Moncton artists that were featured at an exhibition at Gallery 78 in 1991. “Visual Arts in Review”, The Daily Gleaner, Weekend Columns, January 4, 1992.

385  Clippings and miscellaneous photos.   “40th Anniversary Reunion Held in Enniskillen”, “The Long Road to CFB Gagetown”, “CFB Gagetown Comander’s Message”, “The Private Empire We’re Giving The Army”, “Brigadier Eric Snow Remembers”, “Army camp to Bring Boom” The Gagetown Gazette, Oromocto, September 2, 1992.

386  Clippings and photo of Cynthia Wallace-Caseys, “At Kings Landing, Cynthia Wallace-Casey Curator of Collections”, The Daily Gleaner, Today’s Woman, January 16, 1993.

387  Clipping and photo, “Building Removed”, former Covey’s Stationer store, The Daily Gleaner, March 23, 1993.

388  Clipping, “Historical Society Reviews Past Year-1992”,  The Daily Gleaner, January 30, 1993.

389  Clipping and photo of calithumpians, “Dining Out On Culture” Interesting Tour, The Daily Gleaner, April 28, 1993.

390  Clipping and photo of Michael Price, son Ian, wife Nancy and Kerri O’Dell.“Tourist-Of-The-Week”, The Daily Gleaner, June 9, 1993.

391  Clipping and photo of museum workers and Jack Ullock, Wanda McWilliams, instructor. “Disaster Preparedness” – workshop to prepare museum workers for disasters, The Daily Gleaner, June 15, 1993.

392  Clipping of summer activities at the York-Sunbury Museum, The Daily Gleaner, June 17, 1993.

393  Clipping, “Events At Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, June 17, 1993.

394  Clipping and photo, “Exhibit Reveals Life In Second World War Internment Camp”, The Daily Gleaner, June 21, 1993.

395  Clipping and photo of artist Murray McFarlane and sculptor Jim Edsall. “Joint Exhibit Opened At Historical Society Museum”, “From Earth and Air, New Brunswick Landscapes and Birds”, The Daily Gleaner, June 14, 1993.

396  Clipping, “Artist’s Church is spiritually desolate”, exhibits by R.M. Vaughan, Murray McFarlane, Gerald Collins and sculptures by Jim Edsall, Evening Times Globe, June 24, 1993.

397  Clipping of summer events at York-Sunbury Museum, Free Magazine, June 25, 1993.

398  Clipping of tour announcement at York-Sunbury Museum, “In The Arts”, The Daily Gleaner, June 25 1993.

399  Clipping and photo of parade.  “Canada Day Activities Kick Off River Jubilee” “Capital Celebrates Canada’s Birthday In Style”, The Daily Gleaner, July 2, 1993.

400  Clipping and photos of York-Sunbury Museum and some contents.  “History Preserved at York-Sunbury Museum, The Daily Gleaner, June 28, 1986.

401  Clipping and photos of “Opening of Playhouse Tremendous Success”, The Daily Gleaner, September 28, 1964.

402  Clipping and photo of 1958 flood of St. John River, Maugerville

403  Clipping and photo of 1936 flood of St. John River, Parliament Square

404  Clipping and photo of 1936 flood of St. John River, Waterloo Row

Clippings (MS19 – 352 to 377)

MC300-MS19 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection Description (page 168)

If you are interested in any of these files then please contact the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

Continued from Clippings (MS19 – 1 to 18), Clippings (MS19 – 19A)Clippings (MS19 – 20 to 103), Clippings (MS19 – 104 to 157)Clippings (MS19 – 158 to 216)Clippings (MS19 – 217 to 247)Clippings (MS19 – 248 to 297) and Clippings (MS19 – 298 to 351)

352  Clippings and photos, “With Observance of National Heritage Festivities”, “Frederictonians Will See History Come to Life”.  This piece is about Marysville Place. The second article is  “Heritage Day Provides Chance To Affirm Special Inheritance”, Weekend City, February 17, 1990.

353  Clipping, “Sixty Five – Free at Last!” Lifestyles-Past 50, November-December, 1991.

354  Clipping and photos of Pat Schell, Yvon Gallant and Margot Cormier Splane. “Visual Arts in Review -  At York-Sunbury Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, Weekend Columns, December 7, 1991.

355  Clipping, “December & January at The York-Sunbury Museum”, schedule, Lifestyles-Past -50, December/January 1991-92.

356  Clipping, “York-Sunbury Museum”, schedule, Lifestyles-Past 50, February/March, 1992.

357  Clipping & photo of Valerie Evans, “Valerie Evans Gets Paid to Don Costumes”, The Daily Gleaner, Today’s Woman, June 6, 1992.

358  Clipping, “Museum Exhibit Looks Back At Fashionable Era For Women”, The Daily Gleaner, July 21, 1992.

359  Clipping, “Dream Space, Heidi Grein Exhibit Opened”, The Daily Gleaner, September 29, 1992.

360  Clipping and photo of Forestry Association winners.  “Greenery Awards Presented”, The Daily Gleaner, December 22, 1992.

361  Clipping, “Christmas in the Officer’s quarters”, The Daily Gleaner, December 22, 1992.

362  Clipping and photo of Richard Hatfield, Moncton artists that were featured at an exhibition at Gallery 78 in 1991. “Visual Arts in Review”, The Daily Gleaner, Weekend Columns, January 4, 1992.

363  Clippings and miscellaneous photos.   “40th Anniversary Reunion Held in Enniskillen”, “The Long Road to CFB Gagetown”, “CFB Gagetown Comander’s Message”, “The Private Empire We’re Giving The Army”, “Brigadier Eric Snow Remembers”, “Army camp to Bring Boom” The Gagetown Gazette, Oromocto, September 2, 1992.

364  Clippings and photo of Cynthia Wallace-Caseys, “At Kings Landing, Cynthia Wallace-Casey Curator of Collections”, The Daily Gleaner, Today’s Woman, January 16, 1993.

365  Clipping and photo, “Building Removed”, former Covey’s Stationer store, The Daily Gleaner, March 23, 1993.

366  Clipping, “Historical Society Reviews Past Year-1992”,  The Daily Gleaner, January 30, 1993.

367  Clipping and photo of calithumpians, “Dining Out On Culture” Interesting Tour, The Daily Gleaner, April 28, 1993.

368  Clipping and photo of Michael Price, son Ian, wife Nancy and Kerri O’Dell.“Tourist-Of-The-Week”, The Daily Gleaner, June 9, 1993.

369  Clipping and photo of museum workers and Jack Ullock, Wanda McWilliams, instructor. “Disaster Preparedness” – workshop to prepare museum workers for disasters, The Daily Gleaner, June 15, 1993.

370  Clipping of summer activities at the York-Sunbury Museum, The Daily Gleaner, June 17, 1993.

371  Clipping, “Events At Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, June 17, 1993.

372  Clipping and photo, “Exhibit Reveals Life In Second World War Internment Camp”, The Daily Gleaner, June 21, 1993.

373  Clipping and photo of artist Murray McFarlane and sculptor Jim Edsall. “Joint Exhibit Opened At Historical Society Museum”, “From Earth and Air, New Brunswick Landscapes and Birds”, The Daily Gleaner, June 14, 1993.

374  Clipping, “Artist’s Church is spiritually desolate”, exhibits by R.M. Vaughan, Murray McFarlane, Gerald Collins and sculptures by Jim Edsall, Evening Times Globe, June 24, 1993.

375  Clipping of summer events at York-Sunbury Museum, Free Magazine, June 25, 1993.

376  Clipping of tour announcement at York-Sunbury Museum, “In The Arts”, The Daily Gleaner, June 25 1993.

377  Clipping and photo of parade.  “Canada Day Activities Kick Off River Jubilee” “Capital Celebrates Canada’s Birthday In Style”, The Daily Gleaner, July 2, 1993.

Clippings (MS19 – 298 to 351)

MC300-MS19 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection Description (page 168)

If you are interested in any of these files then please contact the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

Continued from Clippings (MS19 – 1 to 18), Clippings (MS19 – 19A)Clippings (MS19 – 20 to 103), Clippings (MS19 – 104 to 157)Clippings (MS19 – 158 to 216)Clippings (MS19 – 217 to 247) and Clippings (MS19 – 248 to 297)

248  Clippings and photos from The Daily Gleaner, “Local Museum Holds Many Attractions”, “Youthful Visitors Are Impressed”, July 13, 1968.

249  Clipping and photos from The Daily Gleaner, “The Nashwaaksis Farm, Robinson Estate History is Fascinating Story” by David L. Myles, March 15, 1969.

250  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “Fredericton Organization Formed To Battle Downtown Development by Jerry Rogers, January 27, 1972.

251   Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “Resistance Fighters” a public opposition to the plan to redevelope the downtown area of Fredericton, January 28, 1972.

252   Clipping and photo of Mayor J.W. Bird, from The Daily Gleaner, “Mayor Says Development Won’t Sacrifice Historic Elements” on preserving the unique historical character of Fredericton in the proposed Military Compound Project, January 29, 1972.

253   Clippings from The Daily Gleaner, “Riverfront Drive Construction Could Cause Damage to Piers”, and “Mayor Bird To Attend Heritage Trust Meeting, February 3, 1972.

254   Clippings following Heritage Trust Meeting about downtown Fredericton development scheme by Alan Gordon, “Mayor Sees General Support for Downtown Development Scheme” and “A.R. Clark Speaks Out Against Downtown Development Plans”, February 1972

255   Clipping from The Kings County Record, Sussex, New Brunswick on “Early Days in Kings and Southern N.B.”, November 30, 1972.

256   Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “The Burpee-Bridges Home:  200 Years in the Same Family”, The pre-Loyalist built Burpee-Bridges House at Sheffield, February 24, 1973.

257   Clipping and photos, from The Daily Gleaner, “Represented The Real Beginning of Clark’s Chevrolet, Soon, 420 King Street will only be a fond memory”, April 3, 1973.

258   Clipping and photo of St. Anne’s Church (Christ Church Cathedral) from The Daily Gleaner, “Fredericton’s Oldest Standing Place of Worship, Century-Old Bells still peal from St. Anne’s, June 2, 1973.

259   Clipping and sketches from The Daily Gleaner on “Royal Canadian Regiment founded in Fredericton in 1883”, May 26, 1973.  Also, a photo of The Royal Canadian Regiment Military Band.

260   Clipping and photo of  Glazier house from The Daily Gleaner, “Lumbering was rough and ready in 18th century New Brunswick”, May 17, 1975

261    Clipping and photos of O’dell Park from The Daily Gleaner, “Odell Park – A Lesson in Ecology”, April 16, 1975.

262  Clipping and photos from The Daily Gleaner of The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, in New Maryland, “Medley Churches Reach Toward the Sky”, June, 19, 1976.

263  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “Historical Display of the York-Sunbury Museum to be featured”, February 6, 1980.

264  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “Packed Playhouse Cheers Local Acts”, February 9, 1980.

265  Clipping and photo of the Anna Augusta steamer (PANB, Taylor-146), from The Daily Gleaner, plus article “Museum Celebrating Canada Week”, June, 26, 1980.

266  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner.  The clipping is “Adjacent Landowner Gives His Viewpoint” by Charles Edgecombe, concerning use of a former CNR right-of-way, December 18, 1985.

267  Clipping and photo of 175 year old bicentennuial Christmas tree (elm tree) on King Street, Fredericton from Telegraph Journal, December, 18, 1985. 

268  Clipping from Telegraph Journal, “Man Gets Eight Years in Death”, Joseph Gallant convicted of manslaughter, jointly charged with Patrick Burns in the death of Robert Craig, December 18, 1985.

269  Clipping and photo from The Daily Gleaner, on “Bicentennial Tree” 175 year old elm tree on King Street, December 18, 1985.

270 Clipping and photo from The Daily Gleaner, “A Very Special Bicentenniual Christmas Tree” on King Street, December 18, 1985

271  Clippings and some photos from different newspapers regarding the Coleman Frog

a.  “Small Youngsters Meet Very Big Frog At Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, August 7, 1991.

b.  “Froggy Fun At York-Sunbury Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, 1991.

c.  “Happy 106th Birthday Coleman Frog”, The Daily Gleaner, 1991.

d.  “City Celebrates 106th Birthday of Coleman Frog”, The Daily Gleaner, 1991.

e.  “Talking about frogs”, Telegraph-Journal, August 14, 1991.

f.  “How Dare They Doubt This Famous Frog?”, Telegraph-Journal, December 20, 1969.

g.  “Just Like Santa Claus, Stories of Frog Abound”, Telegraph-Journal, December 20, 1969.

h.  “Meet the world’s biggest frog”, Sun in Boca Raton, Florida, between June 26 and 30, 1993. 

i.  “Fantastic Frog Leaps Into History”, The Free Lance-Star, from Fredericksburg, VA, October 5, 1991

272  Clipping of an announcement “Culture in the Compound” The Daily Gleaner, n.d.

273  Clipping and photo of City of Fredericton taken by George Taylor about 1900. The view is from the bridge that was completed in 1885.  This photo spans the St. John River.  There are three paddle wheelers at the Regent Street Steamboat Landing.  They are the David Weston, the Victoria (launched in 1897) and the Aberdeen. “Fredericton Was Once A Waterfront Town”, The Daily Gleaner, June 26, 1976.

324  Clipping and photo of  Prince Andrew. “Prince Praises Fredericton For Maintaining Heritage”, The Telegraph-Journal, June 25, 1985.

325  Clipping, “Historical Society Preserves N.B.’s Past”, The Daily Gleaner, July 8, 1978.

326  Clipping and photo, “Writer Donates Model Village To York-Sunbury Museum”, November 30, 1978.  The model is of a Maliseet Indian village in the 1600’s.

327  Clipping and photo of York Sunbury Museum in Officers Square, Queen Street, Fredericton. “Forces Of Time Eating Away Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, April 20, 1982.

328  Clipping and photos of Windsor Hotel, built in 1897 at the corner of Brunswick and Westmorland streets.  “Only Memories Remain Of City Landmark, “The Daily Gleaner, August 13, 1983.       

329  Clipping of death announcement for Fred L. Corcoran, Telegraph-Journal, 1986.

330  Thank-you letter regarding the “Bi-Centennial Christmas Tree” to Mayor E. Wilkins from Harry Quinlan, President of York-Sunbury Historical Society, Inc., March 19, 1986.

331   Clipping and photo, “Railway Bridge Collapsed 50 Years Ago Last Night”, The Daily Gleaner, March 20, 1986.

332   Clipping and photos of Fredericton’s first railway bridge, damage of flood of 1936, St. John Street.  “History Preserved At York-Sunbury Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, June 28, 1986.  

333   Clipping and sketch of Barker House Hotel, Queen Street.  “History of Fredericton Inns, Hotels Recalled”, The Daily Gleaner, July 9, 1986.

334   Clipping and photo, “Exhibit Depicts History”, The Daily Gleaner, July 12, 1986.  Photo is of a model of Fort St.-Joseph, built on the Northside of Fredericton in 1692.

335   Clippings, “Funeral – Viva Smith”, September 27, 1986

336   Clipping, “Lecture Describes Restorations”, The Daily Gleaner, June 25, 1987.

337  Clippings, Society of Saint Andrew Celebration Tonight – “Robert Burns Monument History Told” and Society Program Tells Students of Problem Pioneers Faced”, The Daily Gleaner, January 24, 1987.

338  Clipping and photos of Old Government House, on the Woodstock Road and RCMP complex on Regent Street, “Another Chapter In Government House History Ending”.  September 19, 1987.

339  Clipping and photo of fashion trends of the late Victorian era.  “Lecture:  Social Life of Fredericton In the 1880s”, “Late Victorian Period Described”, The Daily Gleaner, November 12, 1987.

340  Clipping and photo of  No. 4 Company of the Royal Canadian Regiment, form up for exercises in winter.  “Christmas Of The 1800 On Display At Museum”, The Daily Gleaner, December 12, 1987.

341   Clipping and photo of the unveiling of the York-Sunbury Historical Society’s founders.  “Historical Society Honors Founders”, The Daily Gleaner, January 29, 1988.

342   Clipping “The Historical Society”, The Daily Gleaner, February 3, 1988.

343   Clipping and photo of the oldest existing hooked rug in Canada, created by Abigail Smith of New Maryland in 1860.   “Abigail Smith Rug’s History Discussed”, February 12, 1988.

344   Clipping, “Historical Society Ready for Busy Season”, The Daily Gleaner, June 8, 1988.

345   Clipping and photo of certificates being awarded, “Certificates of Appreciation”, The Daily Gleaner, June 24, 1988.

346   Clipping and photos of Donna Wallace. “For Donna Wallace, Assistant Registrar/Records”, “Affiliation With UNB Has Enriched Her Life”, The Daily Gleaner, February 25, 1989.

347   Clipping and photo of a one-room school house exhibit.   “ ‘School Days’ Theme of York-Sunbury Museum Exhibit”, October, 1988.

348   Clipping and photos of librarian Ian Wilson and also Harold Holland, “Burning books – Chemical warefare in the archives”, The Telegraph-Journal, January 13 1990.

349   Clipping and photo, “Historical Society” – The new executive of the York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum, The Daily Gleaner, February 15, 1990.

350   Clipping of announcement – Heritage Week, The Daily Gleaner, February 16, 1990.

351    Clipping and photo of Hartt Shoe Factory on York Street.  “Hartt Shoe Factory Carrying On Business for 92 Years”, The Daily Gleaner, February 14, 1991.

Clippings (MS19 – 248 to 297)

View of the underside of Westmorland Street Br...

View of the underside of Westmorland Street Bridge (Image via Wikipedia)

MC300-MS19 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection Description (page 164)

If you are interested in any of these files then please contact the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.

Continued from Clippings (MS19 – 1 to 18), Clippings (MS19 – 19A)Clippings (MS19 – 20 to 103), Clippings (MS19 – 104 to 157)Clippings (MS19 – 158 to 216) and Clippings (MS19 – 217 to 247)

248  Clippings Downtown Fredericton Facelift-April 1977,

249  Clippings, Fredericton, Heritage Trust Festival-April 23, 1977

250  Clipping, “My Kind of Town – Impressions of Dawn Pollard, Museum Impressive”; detailed description about the interior and holdings of the York-Sunbury Museum; n.d.

251  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “York-Sunbury Historical Society Hears Address on N.B. Early Education”; n.d.

252  Clipping, The York-Sunbury Historical Society presents “The Past, Present and Future of Rug Hooking”; n.d.

253  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner, “Honor Jonathan Odell at Ceremony Tuesday”; n.d.

254  Clipping on “Mary Barker Funeral Scheduled Wednesday”, obituary, photo of Mary Barker, n.d.

255  Clipping on grants for smaller galleries mentions Fredericton’s Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the National Exhibition Center and the UNB Art Centre, Old Government House, Mansion House, photo of The Original Old Government House in Fredericton, photo of chest of drawers (c1820) made by Saint John cabinet-maker Thomas Nisbet, by Christina Sabat, n.d.

256  Clipping on exhibits of commemorative pottery at the York-Sunbury Museum “Display Recollects Barker House Era” by Debbie Laaper – photo

257  Clipping on “Interesting Facts about Early Fire Fighting In City by Graham Galloway, Gleaner Staff Writer, n.d.

258  Clipping on saving the Military Compound by Wayman A. Fairweather, n.d.

259  Clipping on the Military Compound by Louise Hill, n.d.

260  Clipping on saving historic buildings downtown Fredericton by Jesse Tweeddale Hall, n.d.

261   Clipping on “Alberta’s Oil Boom Started in New Brunswick” by John Fisher, n.d.

262   Clippings on “Downtown Development Outlined” by Roger Alain and “Military Compound’ Suggested as Name”, n.d.

263   Clipping and photo of Lieutenant-General Ernest W. Sansom who was honored with life membership in legion by Milton Thomas, n.d.

264   Clipping on preserving Fredericton city houses, n.d.

265   Clipping on Historical Society wants answers on the proposed commercial development in the Military Compound by Stuart Allen Smith, n.d.

266  Clipping on “The Saxby Gale”, 1869 in Penniac station by Harry P. Wade. Has information on Wade family, n.d.

267  Clipping on “Grounds for Dissension” on the Westmorland Street Bridge by Robert Fellows, n.d.

268  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on “Marysville Place Discussed”, photo, n.d.

269  Clipping of poem “Poet’s Memory Honored” Glenn E. Pond (photo), by Michael O. Nowlan, n.d.

270 Clippings from The Atlantic Advocate on York-Sunbury Museum, by Fred Phillips, photographs by Dr. R.E. Balch, n.d.

271  Clipping and photograph of Historical Tour of the York-Sunbury Museum by Keith Minchin, February 21, 1990.

272  Clipping and photo of a painting of the original Provincial Exhibition Palace, “City’s First Exhibition Building” inaugurated in 1864 by Linda Squiers Hansen, n.d.

273  Clipping and photo of CFNB’s Jack Fenety, “Chance Meeting Led to Career” n.d.

274  Clipping and photo of Dr. Wallace Brown, “UNB History Professor Elected to Society Post, n.d.

275  Clipping and photo of Muriel McQueen Ferguson receiving 1986 Persons Awards presented by Governor General Jeanne Sauve, n.d.

276  Clipping of “River Jubilee open in Capital” by Sharon Pond, n.d.

277  Clipping on “Fredericton Heritage Trust” by Stuart Allen Smith, n.d.

278  Clipping on “McKinley Ferry Has Ended Long Service”, n.d.

279  Photocopy of notes on Executive Meeting – York-Sunbury Historical Society, May 8, 1946 and General Meeting – York-Sunbury Historical Society, May 8, 1946.  Photocopy of newspaper clipping “Historical Society Interesting Paper” in regards to May 8th meeting and newspaper clipping “Historical Society Noted Accessions”, July 15, 1946.

280  Photocopy of newspaper clippings “Ask For Memorial-Late Dr. Priestman”, Historical Society Considered Several Important Questions at Meeting, August 30, 1950.  Photocopy of newspaper clipping – “Attended Conference”, Dr. Ivan Crowell and Miss Louise Manny Spoke at Rockwood, Me, October 17, 1950.  Photocopy of General Meeting, October 18, 1950.

281   Clipping with photo of early furnishings at the York-Sunbury Museum in the old Officers’ Barracks Building, “Society Revives Historical Period”, July 3, 1961.

282   Clippings from The Daily Gleaner with photo of Queen Mother Elizabeth, “Giant Indian-Eskimo Murals will Decorate Uplands Airport for Queen Mother’s Arrival”.  Clipping “Monument of Great Historic Significance Says Professor”, This is the text of an address by Prof. W.S. MacNutt, professor of history at the University of New Brunswick, delivered during the unveiling of the National Historic Site Plaque at Old Government House.  “Black Watch Members Leave”.  Photo of Youth and Welfare Minister W.R. Duffie meeting with officials of the Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps.  Clipping with wedding photo between Ronald Richard Gallagher and Lucy DiGiacinto, June 5, 1962. 

283   Clippings from The Daily Gleaner “Signal Corps Team Wins Carnival March”.  Photo of Lt-Gen. E.W. Sansom, president of the York-Sunbury Historical Society visiting the winning marchers.  The march was made on the 150th anniversary of the march of the 104th Regiment.  February, 1963.

284   Clippings from The Daily Gleaner “104th Regiment’s March is Featured Today”,.  “Camp Gagetown Mess Has Valuable Report of Famous March”, February 7, 1963.

285  Clipping and photo from The Daily Gleaner of the presentation of a tray handed down from the original 104th Regiment to Lieut. A. F. Charters, team captain, 3rd Signal Squardron, the winning team in a march held to commemorate the march of 104th Regiment 150 years ago. February 8, 1963.

286  Clipping and photos from The Daily Gleaner “75 Students from City Schools Visit Officer’s Square Displays” by Ralph Thompson, March 29, 1963.

287  Clipping and photo from The Hartford Courant “Noted New Brunswick Museum Contains Host of Rare Items” by Fred Phillips, April 7, 1963.

288  Clipping and photo from The Daily GleanerYork-Sunbury Museum Historical Treasure Chest on our Doorstep by Fred Phillips, June, 1963.

a.  Clipping and photo from The Daily Gleaner “Queen Marks 10th Anniversary of Her Coronation”, June 1963.;

289  Clipping and photo from The Daily Gleaner, on a York-Sunbury Historical Museum tour and demonstration for kindergarden students, October 4, 1963.

290  Clipping and photo from The New York Times, “The House That Trenton Built for Redcoats” by Leo Hamalian, December 13, 1964.

291   Clipping and photo of “Wilmot Church Plans Special Services for 174th Anniversary”, November 12, 1965.

292   Clipping and photo of “Fredericton Business History Contained in Old Advertisements” by Dick James, November 16, 1965.

293   Clipping and photos from Lewiston Journal Magazine Section “Aroostock War Recalled In Visit to N.B. Museum” by Steve Libby.  Photos are of a model of “David Weston” steamboat, an iron column which was one of the original posts set out to mark the International Boundary between the State of Maine and the Province of New Brunswick, and authentic re-furnishings of the York-Sunbury Museum, March 12, 1966.

a.  Clipping and photo from Lewiston Journal Magazine Section “Bell Hill Meeting House, Otisfield”, Maine, March 12, 1966.

294  Clipping from The Sun Baltimore, MD “Colonial History Treasure” article on the York-Sunbury Museum, October 16, 1966.

295  Clipping “13,000 Visitors at Museum, Interest in History Growing, Meeting Told”, January 22, 1968.

296  Clipping and photos,from Lewiston Journal Magazine Section, of N.B and one of George Taylor “First to be wet plate Nature Photographer?  George T. Taylor, by Fred H. Phillips, January 27, 1968.

297  Clipping and photos from The Daily Gleaner, “York-Sunbury Historical Museum Opens; More Exhibits This Year, June 8, 1968.

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217  Clipping from The World on the children of New York millionaires; May 19, 1895. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

218  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the history of hospitals in Fredericton; March 12, 1983. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

219  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the history of “Cardigan, N.B.:  Canada’s First Welsh Settlement”; August 30, 1980. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

220  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on D-Day, also on the renovation of city hall clock in Fredericton; June 5, 1982. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

221  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner with illustrations of Railway trains used prior to 1940; Nov. 14, 1981. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

222  Clippings from Canadian Farm, The Daily Gleaner, and The Daily Times, Moncton, on agriculture in New Brunswick; November 10, 1911, July 27, 1968, January 25, 1930. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

223  Clippings from the Canadian Illustrated News of various illustrations; 1871-1883; n.d. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

224  Clipping of two drowned men – Charles F. Fanjoy, and Blair L. Hamm at Washademoak, N.B.; n.d.

225  Clippings on the New Brunswick Museum in Saint John; ;n.d.

226  Clippings of Ian Sclander’s column “Gourmet’s Notebook”; Oct. 16, 1965, Sept. 4, 1968.

227  Clipping on the history of the Sackville area; ;n.d.

228  Clipping from The Montreal Star on the “Irish Stone” in Montreal; October 15, 1965.

229  Clipping on the 26th Battalion and the 2nd Ammunition Column of 1915; June 16, 1965.

230  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner of a feature on Burtt’s Corner and its history; Nov. 25, 1961.

231  Clipping on Loyalist House in Saint John; Apr. 27, 1965.

232  Clipping on life at sea in earlier days on Maritime ships; n.d.

233  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner of “Memories of Fredericton” by Herbert Creed; Nov. 2, 1969. (85.738.1) See oversize file.

234  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on King’s Landing; March 10, 1969, July 15, 1980.

235  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Thomas A. Hartt, 1783-1853, and the history of Hartt’s Mills; Jan. 14, 1969.

236  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Birch Hoop Barrels; n.d.

237  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Fredericton in 1886, by Rolphe Munroe; June 3, 1963.

238  Clipping on the history of the Harvey fair; n.d.

239  Clipping from Canadian Living on the U.S. bicentennial by Harry MacDougall; June, 1976.

240  Clippings from “The Illustrated War News” of photos of scenes from W. War I; Oct. 27, 1915.

241  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on a description of the Museum at Hopewell Cape, June 1982.

242  Clipping of 1912 Globe Newspapers report of aeroplane flight of Capt. Baldwin in Saint John, N.B.

243  “Sketch from Fredericton” The Headquarters (Fredericton), Sept. 2, 1858.

244  Clippings dealing with the Fredericton Civic Orchestra, many from The Daily Gleaner,  1952-1962.  OVERSIZE

245  Clipping from Royal Gazette and the New Brunswick Advertiser, August 29, 1786 advertisement for Mrs. Cottnam School for Young Ladies.

246  Clipping-Open Letter to Premier Richard Hatfield and highways Minister Wilfred Bishop, rejecting the plans for the bridge, July 2, 1974

247  Clippings on opening of the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, May 21, 1977

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158  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on A.J. Simms, also gifts from Lord Beaverbrook to Old Manse Library in Newcastle; Dec. 31, 1958.

159  Clippings of obituaries – E.A.A. Bouillon, n.d.; A.L. Cowperthwaite, Nov. 3, 1959; Mrs. Jessie Pearson, Feb. 4, 1937; Hon. A.R. Slipp, n.d., J. Arthur Coster, n.d., Mary Ann Thomas, n.d.

160  Clipping on Maj. Gen. Georges Vanier; July 23, 1959.

161  Clipping on Grace (Avard) Tomkinson and the Provincial Normal School; n.d.

162  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Miss Ivy Richards; n.d.

163  Clipping from The Telegraph-Journal about archeological finds on St. Croix Island; August 25, 1969.

164  Clipping on C.N.R. schedule changes; n.d.

165  Clipping on Dr. Lydia Giberson; Feb. 11, 1960.

166  Clipping, Hon. George Black; Sept. 21, 1959.

167  Clippings of baby pictures – Estey and Blair families; September 13, 1957, June, 1959.

168  Clipping on Samuel de Champlain and Quebec City; n.d.

169  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Stanley, N.B.; Sept. 18, 1942.

170  Clipping on the “History of Central New Brunswick“; n.d.

171  Clippings on weddings – Miles/Melanson, Sept. 24, 1960; Bate/Grant, June 1955; Cantlie/Molson, n.d.

172  Clipping on Sir John A. MacDonald; n.d.

173  Clipping on fallout shelter in York Co.; Sept. 3, 1960.

174  Clipping on Stan Cassidy and Forest Hill Rehabilitation Centre; n.d.

175  Clipping on Fredericton and George Cassidy; May 24, 1958.

176  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Saunders; n.d.

177  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Don Pringle, U.N. commentator; n.d.

178  Clipping on Aberdeen Scotland, with illustration of a picture to be found in the York-Sunbury Museum; n.d.

179  Clippings from The Telegraph-Journal of Ian Sclanders’ column “New Brunswick Parade” on N.B. personages – Margaret Anglin (Mrs. Howard Hull), John E. Wilson, Walter Pidgeon, and John Callaghan McCarthy; November 1 and 2, 1948.

180  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner, the Family Herald and Weekly Star, and other items of general interest in Canada; 1954-1960, n.d.

181  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner and others on international affairs; 1921-1960, n.d.

182  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner, The Saturday Evening Post, and others on general interest items from the United States; 1921-1951, n.d.

183  Clipping from The Chronicle-Herald on the Wilmot Spa Springs; August 13, 1960.

184  Clipping from the Family Herald and Weekly Star on maple sugar making in Nova Scotia; April 2, 1953.

185  Clippings on the Canada Cup and America’s Cup Races; n.d.

186  Clipping on Hiroshima; [1960].

187  Clipping from the Family Herald and Weekly Star on Mother’s Day; 1956.

188  Clipping from The Scientific American on submarine telegraphy, steam boilers, and other subjects; 1894.

189  Clipping on “Fredericton Flashback” by Roy Findlay; [May 26, 1979].

190  Clipping from MacLeans Magazine on R.B. Bennett; Sept. 15, 1930.

191  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on the American Loyalists; March 1-November 30, 1932. (85.551.1.  See oversize file.)

192  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the history of the Sunbury Experimental Station; September 1, 1981.

193  Clipping on Huia G. Ryder and antique furniture in New Brunswick; December 23, 1965.

194  Clipping on the 100th Anniversary of the 12th Regiment; August 3, 1966.

195  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on the history of N.B. native Indians; 1965-1976.

196  Clippings from The Telegraph-Journal on the I.O.D.E.; 1932-1935.

197  Clippings from The Telegraph-Journal on the Corinthian Lodge, Hampton; 1932-1933.

198  Clippings on Hampton Social News; 1931-1934.

199  Clippings from The Telegraph-Journal on the Hampton Community Club; 1932-1933, n.d.

200  Clippings on Rothesay schools; 1932-1933.

201  Clippings republished from The Daily Gleaner, glued onto pages of a Department of Finance book, of a series of historical articles by Dr. W.O. Raymond; 1919-1920.

202  Clipping from The Telegraph-Journal on Saphronia Cain; [1965].

203  Clipping of Teachers Wanted column; [1915].

204  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner and others of pictures of covered bridges in New Brunswick; 1961-1965, n.d.

205  Clippings from The Standard, The Daily Gleaner, and The Telegraph Journal, on riverboats on the St. John River; 1953-1976, n.d.

206  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the history of the 42nd Regiment, the “Black Watch”; August 20, 1945.

207  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on Kjeld and Erica Deichmann’s pottery; Nov. 2, 1951. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

208  Clippings from The Telegraph-Journal on Canada’s Immigration Problem by C.W. Peterson; Nov. 27, Dec. 4, Dec. 15, 1926. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

209  Clipping on the use of the bicycle by the Belgian army; n.d. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

210  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on Lt.-Gen. E.W. Sansom; Oct. 18, 1982. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

211  Clipping from Church Work, Halifax, N.S., on the history of King’s College; January 15, 1921. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

212  Clipping from the Boston Post on war news; September 11, 1914. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

213  Clipping from The Sun, Saint John, on reunion of veterans of the mutiny of India; January 31, 1908. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

214  Clipping on Haley’s comet, also an article “What Does Life Mean” with illustration by Sime;   ber 2, 1906. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

215  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the history of the R.C.A.F.; September 26, 1981. (85.737.1) See oversize file.

216  Section of The Daily Gleaner on “Second World War Ripples Internment Camp”; September 20, 1980. (85.737.1) See oversize file. 

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104  Clippings from the column entitled “Scenes From An Earlier Day” by Dr. Louise Manny including “Old Time Shipping of the Miramichi”, “Schools of Long Ago”, “A Century Ago at Black River”, “Notes on Emigration, 1849″, “The Miramichi Gleaner of 1829″, “The Great Storm of 1873″, “Nicholas Denys’ Miramichi”, and many more; n.d.

105  Clipping from The Telegraph-Journal of the obituary of C.C. Avard, publisher of The Sackville Tribune and The Maritime Advocate; March 2, 1956.

106  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner about Alexander Machum, merchant and schoolteacher in the Gagetown area; March 15, 1955.

107  Clippings from The Truro Weekly News on the Bliss family; February 2, 1956.

108  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner about the Williams family of Keswick; April 19, 1940.

109  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner about Lt. Gov. Arthur Hamilton Gordon and his travels through New Brunswick; January 16, 1964.

110  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on R.D. Wilmot, a New Brunswick Father of Confederation, and one of his few living descendants, Dora Hubbard; n.d.

111  Clipping on the dates of the opening and closing of the [St. John River] for navigation between 1825-1842; n.d.

112  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the Garrison family of Deer Island; October 24m 1941.

113  Three newspaper issues from World War II:  The Evening News, June 6 and June 27, 1944 and The Daily Express, August 25, 1944.

114  Two issues of The St. John Daily Sun; April 7, 1892.

115  Clippings and letters on the Anglican Church.

116  Clippings on the history of the Lake George area including inscriptions from stones in the “Lawson graveyard”; n.d.

117  Clipping on the Sheffield House, Market Square, Saint John; n.d.

118  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner; Feb. 27, 1934, and The Telegraph-Journal; August 16, 1980, about the Street-Wetmore duel.

119  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner about Bishop Medley and his wife, written by John Bebbington; May 26, 1931.

120  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on W. Austin Squires’ book “The 104th Regiment of Foot“; n.d.

121  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner on the missing R.C.R. Banner; February 4, 1965; also R.C.R. in Klondike Gold Rush; April 26, 1943.

122  Clipping from The New York Times about the old British Barracks in Trenton, N.J.; December 13, 1964.

123  Clippings glued on leaf from account book – views of Saint John and Yarmouth; 1895.

124  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner about the Queen’s Own Buff Regiment arriving in Fredericton; n.d.

125  Clipping from the Montreal Standard on the unveiling of Loyalist Monument in Fredericton; October    , 1933.

126  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner, the Delineator, and others, includes grocery flyers/advertisements, recipes, fashions, household hints, also items on war; 1938-1940, n.d.

127  Unidentified newspaper clippings glued on cardboard; c. 1845.

128  Clipping from The Moncton Daily Times about Mrs. Stephen H. Hopper on the early history of Salisbury; November 30, 1962.

129  Clipping from The Telegraph-Journal on speech by Justice J.E. Michaud on the early history of the Edmundston area; April 18, 1962.

130  Clipping from The Telegraph-Journal about museums in Albert Co. and Westmorland Co.; November 9, 1965.

131  Clipping from The North Shore Leader on the history of Wilson’s Point, by Louise Manny; August 3, 1962.

132  Clipping from The Daily Gleaner about the Barker family’s service as Official Secretary to the Lieutenant Governors of N.B.; February 10, 1968.

133  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on fashions; 1959, n.d.

134  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner and others on Fine Arts and Artists; 1955-1968, n.d.

135  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner, The Telegraph-Journal, Montreal Daily Star, & New York Herald-Tribune on the British Royal Family; 1942-1945, n.d.

136  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner, Anglican Churchman, Family Herald and Weekly Star on religion; 1954-1961, n.d.

137  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner about the Beaverbrook Art Gallery; April 8, 1959, n.d.

138  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner about health, nature, palm reading, zodiac; 1955-1960, n.d.

139  Clippings on Fredericton; c. 1900.

140  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on the Farraline Home in Fredericton; January 30, 1952, January 25, 1961.

141  Clippings from [The Daily Gleaner] on the Fredericton Curling Club; April 16, 1959, n.d.

142  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner and the Family Herald and Weekly Star on buildings in Fredericton; 1952-1976, n.d.

143  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on the St. John River at Fredericton, including bridges; 1952-1981, n.d. (85.737.1; See also oversize file).

144  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner and The Telegraph Journal on Fredericton (general); 1942-1977, n.d.

145  Clippings from scrapbook including items on Royal Family, St. Andrews, Sackville, international affairs; 1926-1936, n.d.

146  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on music camp and festival; July 25, 1959, April 1, 1960.

147  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner and others on Lord Beaverbrook; 1943-1978, n.d.

148  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on Fredericton poets, Bliss Carmen and Charles G.D. Roberts; April 15, 1961, n.d.

149  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on scenic spots in N.B.; 1958-1960, n.d.

150  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner of articles by Harry J. McClenahan on matters of historical interest; Dec. 10, 1948, Nov. 10, 1950, Jan. 31, 1951, n.d.

151  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on Asheley A. Colter Mill at Boiestown, Jack Sprague, Lumberman, General Benedict Arnold (all by Fred Phillips); 1958-1961.

152  Clippings from The Daily Gleaner on Fredericton High School, Dec. 12, 1959, n.d.

153  Clipping from the Family Herald and Weekly Star on the N.B. Women’s Institute Home of Woodstock; Nov. 11, 1954.

154  Clipping about O.S. Crockett in expected cabinet shuffle in Ottawa, also H.F. McLeod, P.A. Guthrie; [1912].

155  Clipping on changes to Liquor Act; January 13, 1960.

156  Clipping on the history of bicycling, by C.A. Taylor; June 6, 1960.

157  Clippings from scrapbook on international affairs, Royal Family (abdication); 1927-1955, n.d.