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Coming soon …. War Brides Part 2 Officers’ Quarters!

Cover Page of the War Brides Part 2 of the Officers' Quarters

The preliminary cover of the Officers' Quarters War Brides Part 2 issue

Fredericton, New Brunswick (June 7, 2011) – The York Sunbury Historical Society, through a partnership with the Stepping Stones Writers Group, is getting ready to launch their latest issue of the Officers’ Quarters

Edited by Elaine Mercer, this issue of the local history publication features the first half of the York Sunbury Museum War Brides exhibit that was closed in 2009.  Ms. Mercer joined the York Sunbury Historical Society Publication Committee last year and this is her third issue of the Officers’ Quarters.  She is the facilitator of the Stepping Stones Writers Group and a published author and has a passion for history and biographies. 

The War Brides exhibit was opened in November 2006 in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the war brides of Canada.  It traced the war bride experience from meeting Canadians overseas and falling in love to the marriages that followed, the trans-Atlantic journey and their adaptation to life in New Brunswick.  The Fredericton Region Museum (formerly the York Sunbury Museum) is grateful for the assistance of Melynda Jarratt who guest curated the exhibit and has assisted with this both war bride publications.  Ms. Jarratt is a New Brunswick historian specializing in the war brides experience, has written 3 books on the subject and is currently writing a book about her Grandfather’s war time experiences.

After the Fredericton Region Museum closed the exhibit, several patrons expressed disappointment and the decision was made by the York Sunbury Historical Society Publication Committee to present the contents of the exhibit in two issues of the Officers’ Quarters

Part one was released in November 2010 and part two is almost ready for release!  Part two will include:  Canadian War Bride’s Bureau, Journey by Sea, An Italian War Bride, Jean Paul, Witness to History from the exhibit curated by Ms. Jarratt as well as articles from Stepping Stones Writers Group members (Gina Kirby and Elaine Mercer).

The York Sunbury Historical Society founded the Museum (571 Queen Street) in 1934 and Museum remain a non-profit enterprise with a small paid staff and numerous volunteers who work tirelessly to create informative exhibits, organize public programs and publish the local history periodical, the Officers’ Quarters

The material for the Officers’ Quarters is submitted by guest authors, society members and society program guest speakers.  The content is primarily related to the history of Fredericton and central New Brunswick but sometimes include the history of other parts of the province and Canada.  The Publication Committee is always looking to add to its team of volunteer writers to share in this interesting, challenging and worthwhile local history activity.

Martha J. Harvey Award of Distinction 2010 Recipients

David Dickson and Brent Wilson - Martha J. Harvey Award of Distinction

The York Sunbury Historical Society presented Martha J. Harvey Awards of Distinction to the Honourable David Dickson and The Gregg Centre for the New Brunswick Military Project (Brent Wilson accepting).

Since 1981, the York Sunbury Historical Society has been presenting an annual Award of Distinction for outstanding individual contribution to the field of history of central New Brunswick.  Any member(s) in good standing of the York Sunbury Historical Society may nominate a candidate for the award and award is considered in two select categories: For outstanding contribution in the field of New Brunswick history, with particular interest and applicability to central New Brunswick. – OR – For long and meritorious service or contribution to the York Sunbury Historical Society.

Martha J. Harvey was a founder of the York Sunbury Historical Society, which was established in 1932.  She was a president of Fredericton Women’s Institute, an involved member of the Social Service Council, and was deeply committed to the welfare of the greater Fredericton community.  The Martha J. Harvey Award of Distinction is presented to individuals, or groups, who have shown a dedicated commitment to the goals of the York Sunbury Historical Society.  Past awards have honoured those who have made significant contributions in writing the history of central New Brunswick, in preserving its artefacts and heritage buildings, or in offering exemplary service to the Society in its efforts to discover and preserve the history and heritage of York and Sunbury Counties.

On December 8, 2010, the York Sunbury Historical Society presented two Martha J. Harvey Awards.  Firstly, an award was given to The Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society at the University of New Brunswick who is devoted to the study of war and the complex social and human situations that arise from it. The Centre runs a visiting speakers program and local conferences, many open to the general public. It is also the publisher of, ‘The Journal of Conflict Studies’ and books and articles by its staff and faculty. 

The Martha J. Harvey Award of Distinction was presented to recognize The Gregg Centre for the New Brunswick Military Project whose aim is to promote the rich military history of New Brunswick through the publication of its book series and the development and maintenance of a database of sites of significant interest throughout the province.

Under the editorship of Brent Wilson, the Gregg Centre in partnership with Goose Lane Editions, the Centre publishes two books annually. The York Sunbury Historical Society is proud to have several of its members amongst the authors in this series, for example, and the Editor, Brent Wilson is a Society Member and former Curator.

These authors , The Gregg Centre and the Directors of the New Brunswick Military History Project have through their writings and commitment to researching, recording, preserving and disseminating New Brunswick’s rich military history earned the respect and appreciation of the this Society and many other folks throughout the communities of New Brunswick.

The second Martha J. Harvey Award was presented to the Honorable David Dickson for long and meritorious service or contribution to the Society.  Since his retirement, Dickson dedicated much of his time to history and education through special presentations at schools, university classes and community groups. 

A World War II veteran, Dickson represented the North Nova Scotia Highlanders on November 19, 2000 in the town of Bienen, Germany for a ceremony that dedicated a tablet to commemorate the battle at Bienen.  The tablet was the first Allied memorial to mark the location of a land engagement on German soil in the Second World War and Dickson took the initiative to place the plaque in Bienen.  Here is a link to a narrative by Dickson about the Battle of Bienen that is part of the Memory Project:  Stories of the Second World War.  In it, he talks about how he felt that the tin of tobacco that his wife sent him saved his life in the middle of a battle.

Dickson is a stalwart supporter of the York Sunbury Historical Society, with his personal encouragement of individual board members and regular attendance at Society functions.  As a grandson of Alexander “Boss” Gibson, Dickson assisted the Museum with historical details of the recently installed Gibson exhibit.  Dickson equally provides personal encouragement, support and participation for several other organizations such as the Legion, Senior’s Clubs and the Miramichi Salmon Association

Past Martha J. Harvey Recipients
2009 – Paul O’Connell
2005 – Mr. & Mrs. T.W. Acheson
2004 – Frederick Wilmot Hubbard
2000 – Government of New Brunswick Heritage Branch
1998 – Ruth Scott
1996 – Fred White
1995 – Richard Bird
1994 – Donna Wallace
1993 – Dr. Murray Young
1993 – Ted Jones
1992 – Velma Kelly
1991 – Dr. Ivan H. Crowell
1990 – Alden J. Clark
1989 – Dr. James Chapman
1988 – Dr. Stuart Smith
1988 – Dr. Elizabeth McGahan
1987 – Fred H. Phillips
1986 – Louise Hill
1985 – Dr. D.J. McLeod
1985 – Dr. Alfred Bailey
1984 – Lucy McNeil
1984 – Senator Muriel Fergusson
1981 – Lt. Gen E.W. Sansom

Out of Ruins Book Launch!

 Out of Ruins 

By: Betty Cluthé

November 27, 2010 at 2pm

Fredericton Public Library, 12 Carleton Street

Out of Ruins by Betty Cluthé
This novel is Betty Cluthé’s first entry into the publishing world.

Out of Ruins is a fictional account of a young woman’s life based on true personal and historical events. Her journey crosses the Russian Revolution, Nazi Germany, and World War II. Throughout it all she remains under the watchful eye of a mysterious man named Boris, who seems to guide her life – and her passion. Her road to maturity is full of many adventures and stories, some mysterious, and some too fantastical to explain. Reality and dreams roam side by side in this stimulating tale about love, history, and survival.Betty Cluthé

Born in Germany, author Betty E. Cluthé lived through World War II, surviving bombardments, invasion and the collapse of the country. After her mother’s death she followed her sister, as promised, to Canada. Eighteen years later, leaving blissful country living behind, she went back to university and completed her Bachelor of Arts degree.

The author now lives in Fredericton, New Brunswick, close to her sister. She enjoys the quieter pace of this charming Maritime Province and the vivid artistic presence of the town.

This novel was published by Lightening Demand Press.  Copies will be available for purchase and are $24.50 each (cash sales only please).

P132 York Sunbury Historical Society II Collection

The York Sunbury Historical Society‘s third finding aid at the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick contains photographs and documents.  Copies of these can be ordered from the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

You can download a PDF version here. 

P132-122 Parade on upper Queen Street Fredericton

1  Group Photo of  N.C.O.s  ca. 1890s – 1900s 

2  Encampment with tents in background, “68th Battalion, 69th Battalion, 75th, & 93rd Battalion”. 

3  Panorama of inside of fort or military post. 

4  Group Photo of  I. S. C. Band: Back row, l. to r. :  J. W. Bowles, W. Bolleau, S. McLaughlin, H. J. White, C. W. Starkey, G. H. Offen, S. Taylor, H. Hazen.  Middle row l. to r.: S. J. Brown, H. Burns, Sergt. Torrance, Bugle Major Hayes, L’ce. Corp. Buswell.  Front row: l. to r.:  J. Burns, C. McCormack. 

5  Group Photo, Military Band. 

6  Group Photo of  N.C.O.s c. 1890s 

7  Post Card, Officers Square, with line of troops from the R. C. I. 

8  Military pay roll of regiment. 

P132-125 Coronation Parade, Queen Street Fredericton, 1937

9  Military pay roll of regiment. 

10  Letter of sympathy from Royal Canadian Infantry Regiment (R. C. I.). 

11  Photo of drawing of young man. 

12  Photo of drawing of man. 

13  Photo of drawing of man. 

14  Photo of drawing of woman. 

15  Portrait of young woman. 

16  Georgian style house in winter. 

17  Georgian style house in winter. 

18  Portrait of woman in evening dress. c. 1910. 

19  Portrait of man. 

20  Portrait of Indian with pelts, sled, snowshoe, etc. 

21  [Camp Sussex

P132-124 Military drill at Officers’ Square, Fredericton

22  [Camp Sussex] 

23  [Camp Sussex] 

24  Richibucto 

25  “Golf Club Area” Fredericton 

26  [Herbert Montgomery - Campbell] Kelston Park, England 1937. 

27  Unidentified group outside Cathedral in Fredericton. 

28  Unidentified group outside Cathedral in Fredericton (another view) 

29  [Camp Sussex] 

30  Brig. Gen. Herbert Montgomery – Campbell, June 20, 1937 

31  Constance Saunders Montgomery – Campbell, (10 months) April 15, 1893. 

32  Herbert Montgomery – Campbell. 

33  Laura (Winslow) Montgomery – Campbell. 

34  Marguerite (Hansard) Wilson. 

35  Mrs. Miland London. 

P132-126 Gem Theatre, Fredericton

36  William Bell, London. 

37  Nella Corbould (nee Hansard). 

38  Herbert Montgomery – Campbell, son of Henry (standing). 

39  Herbert Montgomery – Campbell, son of Henry (seated). 

40  Herbert Montgomery – Campbell. 

41  Laura (Winslow) Montgomery – Campbell. 

42  Eight unidentified portraits. P132/42-               

1.  Mother and child. 

2.  Young girl (hat, coats, boots) 

3.  Two girls – one seated one standing. 

4.  Group photo. 

5.  Young girl. 

6.  Girl. 

7.  Woman (hat and coat). 

8.  Older woman, seated. 

P132-127 Fraser Memorial Hospital, ca. 1930's, Fredericton

43  Old store house. Shore’s Island. 1906. 

44  The Cathedral, Fredericton. 

45  A & B Clubhouse on the green, situated between. 

46  Unidentified man fishing. 

47  Dunbar Fall, unidentified man fishing, two women and children looking on. 

48  Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton. 

49  Sailboat in river, Newcastle, New Brunswick (postcard). 

50  [View of Fredericton taken from Murder Hill, c. 1897]. 

51  Group of unidentified nurses, standing on balcony. 

52  State Funeral for Sir Charles Tupper, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

53  State Funeral for Sir Charles Tupper, outside St. Paul’s Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

54  State Funeral for Sir Charles Tupper, Barrington St.,  Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

55  Postcard of carriage taxi in front of Timothy Ford house,  Charleston. 

P132-128 The Barker House, Queen Street, Fredericton

56  Roman Catholic Rectory, Covent and Church, Fredericton, New Brunswick. 

57  Unidentified – room with tables and men seated around. 

58  Soldiers embarking for Europe – World War I. 

59  Veteran’s Parade, Fredericton (1940s or ’50s). 

60  Unidentified postcard to Capt. Woodbridge from Sergt. John Metcalf. 

61  Messing officers and staff, 3rd. C. C. D. 

62  Music room at the Citadel, and band officers [Halifax] 

63  At pier – the 64th Battalion on board the “Adriactic” sailing for England. 

64  The 64th Battalion marching down a Fredericton street 

65  Officers at the Citadel in charge of Germans:  Major Adams, Lt. Priestman, Lt. Anderson. 

66  Last march of the 64th Battalion passing Government House, Fredericton. 

67  Unidentified group of soldiers with rifles. 

68  Group of men from the HMS Carnarvon [Halifax]. 

69  The No. 1 Battery leaving Halifax for the front. 

70  The HMS Carnarvon in Halifax Harbor. 

P132-129 Arthur J. Ryan Drug Store, Fredericton, 1936

71  Capt. H.F.G. Woodbridge in front of tent. 

72  Cook house No. 3 line, 3rd. CED  Seaford. 

73  [Amateur theatre group in costume, Fredericton] 

74  Garden on riverbank, Fredericton, (missing) (13 snapshots) 

75  Captain H. F. G. Woodbridge, mostly taken 1924, some taken at City Point, a pleasure resort near Boston; some farm scenes. 

76  Captain John Barker, October 25, 1892, age 100 Kingsclear, York County. 

77  Open 

78  Open 

79  War Monument. 

80  Photo of field and river. 

81  Ice jam near bridge. 

P132-130 Original Board of Directors and Management – Hartt Boot & Shoe Company Ltd., Fredericton, December 27, 1898. Standing: O.M. Hartt, Factory Manager; John Kilburn, President. Seated at back of table: John Palmer, Vice-President; Edward Moore, Director; Willard Kitchen, Director, Ends, left to right: R.L. Savage, Business Manager; J.W. McCready, Secretary

82  Photo of St. John, taken from west side looking toward Harbor. 

83  People having picnic near car. 

84   Train passing by. 

85  Photo of suburb. 

86  Photo of bridge in summer with barns in background. 

87   Photo of lighthouse. 

88  Young woman standing at edge of field and bushes. 

89   People working logs near rail bridge. 

90   Ferry dock of small town. 

91   Watch tower for forest fires. 

92   Bird’s eye view of Saint John. 

93  Stone ruins of Georgian house. 

94  Group photo of women and girls on verandah. 

95  Parade. 

96  Covered bridge. 

97  Woods with farm in background. 

98   Footbridge across river. 

99  View of river with railway track in foreground. 

100  Tarpapered barn with man coming out of door with buckets.  

“]101  Fishing wharf with lobsters pens in foreground. 

102  Parade [Fredericton]. 

103  Open 

104  Bridge and small town. 

105  Logs and mill. 

106  Arch celebrating the Royal visit of King George VI to the Nashwaak Valley, 1939 

107  Parade [Fredericton]. 

108  Parade [Saint John] 

109  Early truck hauling large logs. 

110  Early tracker hauling large logs 

111  Portrait of couple in living room. 

112  Fields with road and farms in background. 

113  [Family portrait]. 

114  Early road grader passing house, fence in foreground. 

115  Country church, road in foreground. 

116  Three women on raft in middle of river. 

117  Four women and man relaxing at old log dam. 

P132-132 York Hotel, corner King and Westmorland Streets, Fredericton, 1930's

118  River in spring flood. 

119  Bird eye view of Welsford, N. B. 

120  Military drill at Officer’s Square, Fredericton, n.d.  (only scanned image at present – May ’02) 

121  300 Block of Queen Street, 1940 – [Harvey Studios] (P132-121

122  Parade on upper Queen Street, Fredericton, n.d.  [H.F. Albright] (P132-122

123  The Armistice Day Ceremony at the Citizens’ War Memorial and Cenotaph, November 11, 1932.  Left to right:  John Forrester, Seymour Tyler, Fred Crawford, bandsman in rear; Israel smith; Ross Fisher, Frank Spencer, and Tom Lynch, bandsmen, in rear; Morris Oldenberg; Karl Walker and Harry Lunch in rear; Bobby Lyons; Martin Horncastle in rear; Ernest Tims, George Gray.  Seymour Tyler became a veteran of two world wars, enlisting in the Canadian Army in 1915.  When World War Two broke out, Bugle-Sergeant Tyler went overseas with the Carleton-York Regiment, having already been awarded the Siler Bugle.  He also distinguished himself as an honoured member of the black community in New Brunswick for the work he did to promote the pride, unity, and dignity of his race through education 

P132-133 The Morrison Shingle Mill at Fredericton

124  Military drill at Officers’ Square, Fredericton, n.d. – same as 120? (P132-124

125  Coronation Parade, Queen Street, Fredericton, 1937 (P132-125

126  Gem Theatre, n.d. (P132-126

127  Fraser Memorial Hospital, ca. 1930’s (P132-127

128  The Barker House, Queen Street, Fredericton (P132-128

129  Arthur J. Ryan Drug Store, Fredericton, 1936 (P132-129

130  Original Board of Directors and Management – Hartt Boot & Shoe Company Ltd., Fredericton,  December 27, 1898.  Standing:  O.M. Hartt, Factory Manager; John Kilburn, President.  Seated at back of table:  John Palmer, Vice-President; Edward Moore, Director; Willard Kitchen, Director, Ends, left to right:  R.L. Savage, Business Manager; J.W. McCready, Secretary (P132-130

“]131  Queen Street, ca. 1918  [Photograph by Walsh – Fredericton] 

132  York Hotel, corner King and Westmorland Streets, 1930’s (P132-132

133  The Morrison shingle mill at Fredericton (P132-133

134   Arrival of the Prince of Wales at Fredericton; Forest Queen in the background – Taken from the Illustrated London News 

135  Lower end of Queen Street, Fredericton, ca. 1918; S. Neill *& Son Hardware and Lemont & Son businesses visible  [Photo by Walsh] (P132-135

136  Scene at Boating Club, on site of Art Gallery; note Legislature dome, 1934 

P132-137 The Farmers Office on Carleton Street, Fredericton

137  The Farmer Office on Carleton Street (P132-137

139  Normal School Fire, Sunday, May 5, 1929 (P132-139

140  The lobby of the Barker House with Coleman Frog displayed in glass case (P132-140

141  The Carrier’s Address respectfully presented to the Patrons of the Royal Gazette 

142  Unidentified man with mustache 

143  Unveiling of Loyalist Monument for Loyalist Celebration, Fredericton, October 9, 1933 

144  Queen Victoria , ca. 1890-1900 – “Russell & Sons, London” taken from MC300-MS44-211 (see digital 2007) 

145  Countess Lady Ashburnham 

146  Earl & Countess Ashburnham, Ashburnham Place and Conservatory, West End Brunswick Street, Fredericton, NB

Major-General Hardy Nelson Ganong

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

Major-General H. N. Ganong was born on 18 April, 1890 in St. Stephen, New Brunswick.  He was the son of Edward Morrison Ganong and Margaret Lunn Ganong.  He was educated in St. Stephen, New Brunswick 

 On January 17, 1920 he married Mildred Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas, Calais Maine.  They had three children, Russell Edward, Constance Margaret and William (Billie) Atherton.  In civilian life he was an executive of the candy factory, Ganong Bros., Ltd.  He was a member of the Canadian Legion, active among the Boy Scouts and chairman of the trustees of the Union Street Baptist Church.  Being a sportsman, he enjoyed baseball, hockey, curling and horse racing.  His military career dates from 1908 when he enlisted in the ranks of the York Regiment in which he served for three years. 

His appointment to a commission came in 1915 when he enlisted in the 104th Battalion, went to France and joined the 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles.  In September, 1916 he was wounded at Vimy Ridge.  Afterwards he joined the York Regiment as Captain until the outbreak of the war.  He then became the lieutenant-colonel and the officer commanding the Carleton & York Regiment.

This regiment was picked as part of the first contingent to go overeas.  Lt.-Col. Ganong took it to England and had the distinction of heading the first Canadian  battalion to set foot on English soil.  Subsequently, he was promoted to the rank of brigadier and at the age of 52, he became a Major-General.

He died on February 24, 1963 following injuries received in a highway mishap which claimed the life of his wife.”

1  The Ganong Collection is a scrapbook which dates from 1941 to 1963.  It is comprised mostly of newspaper clippings in regards to Ganong’s military career, his achievements and World War II.  Also in the collection are items, which reflect aspects of Ganong’s personal life:  correspondence, poetry, greeting cards, invitations, menus, programmes, photographs, awards and clippings.  The series measures 6 centimeters.

a  Invitation – The Canadian Who’s Who

Jessie B. Segee Collection

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

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.

John Hamilton “Jack” Johnston Collection

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

The Johnston Store in 1946 with a rental building next to it.  The barn in back was used to store things for store.

The Johnston Store in 1946 with a rental building next to it. The barn in back was used to store things for store. Photo courtesy of Judith (Johnston) Bird.

“Jack, s/o Lloyd & Helen Johnston, was born in Nashwaaksis 24 Jan 1924 and worked in the family general store. He joined the RCAF in 1943 and after his training moved over  to 619 Squadron, RAF as Flight Lieutenant piloting Lancasters on bombing missions over Germany in 1944-45. The 619 Squadron flew out of Strubby, Lincolnshire, U.K. and while on these missions Jack earned the Distinguished Flying Cross. After the war he returned to Fredericton with his soon-to-be wife, Ann, who he met in Scotland. He graduated with a Forestry Engineering degree from UNB in 1948 and worked in the forestry industry, first in Bridgewater Nova Scotia, and in 1965 the family returned to Fredericton where Jack worked for the Canadian Forestry Service until he retired in 1987. Jack died on 13 Oct 2004.

The records, dealing with Jack’s wartime service (FRM acc. 1982.2), include:”

A  Flight logs prepared by J.H. Johnston, 7 Oct 1944 to 26 Apr 1946

B  Write-up on J.H. Johnston that appeared in the Jan 1944 issue of “Wings Abroad”

C  Photographs from 619 Squadron, 1944-1945
1  619 Squadron RAF, Strubby. 1944-45 (2 photos, the seven airmen are identified in one)
2  Harvards (Trainers) in flying formation near Moncton New Brunswick, c 1943

D  Jack Johnston Interview (tapes; which have been transferred to Film & Sound)

Printed Matter

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

“This series includes 263 printed items, which did not relate to any other part of MC300.  Other printed items can be found in the series to which they relate, e.g. MS19 Clippings and MS48.  The material listed here includes books, pamphlets, articles, brochures, catalogues and cards dating between 1829 and 1965.  The series measures approximately 125 cm.”

1  Recollections of Fifty-five Years Service in the Commons Schools of New Brunswick by Dr. George A. Inch; c. 1948.

2  Bye-Laws, Rules and Regulations of the Council of the Municipality of Sunbury; 1864.

3  Catalogue for “Tingley’s Lightening Stamp”; n.d.

4  Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada by George M. McDade; n.d.

5  A Little Study of Loyalist Genealogy:  “Tomsons of Portshire”

6  “He Was Master Traitor:  Benedict Arnold Negotiated by Code Messages” by Ralph Thompson; n.d.

7  Gilbert Tice by Ernest Green; n.d.

8  A Primer on Democracy; c. 1951.

9  Notes on the Canadian Family Tree; 1960.

10  “Reprinting of the Biography of William Davidson as a Centennial Project”, 1965.

11  Various illustrated scribbler covers; 1897-1901.

12  “How to Vote the Opposition Ticket in York” County by the Liberal Party; c. 1930.

13  Regulation of traffic, Saint John; 1930.

14  Christmas card prepared by the United Empire Loyalist Association; c. 1930.

15  Scribner’s National System of Penmanship; n.d.

16  “Bill Respecting an Act Respecting the New Brunswick Dental Society; c. 1929.

17  Sunbury Grammar School Register for the School Year 1870-1871; 1871.

18  Address replying to the throne Speech; c. 1860.

19  Brochure for the bi-centennial of Sheffield and Maugerville; 1963.

20  Christmas card; c. 1900.

21  Facsimile of the warrant to execute King Charles I, 1648; 1905.

22  Digest of Fishery Laws in N.B.,1909, and the agenda for the annual conference of the New Brunswick Fish and Game Protective Association, 1936.

23  Brochures for Fort Anne and Uniacke House, Nova Scotia; 1963.

24  Prize list for Robert Waugh’s school in Jedburgh, Scotland; 1829. (missing)

25  “Upper Canada’s Black Defenders” by Ernest Green; 1931.

26  La Libre Belgique; November, 1917.

27  A Handbook of Information for Emigrants to New Brunswick by Moses H. Perley; 1857.

28  Business card of Eaton, Wellington and Co., Boston; n.d.   

29  Brochure of The Eastern and Chartered Trust Company on Centennial projects; 1965.

30  Brochure for the “Exhibition of the Beaverbrook Collection of Paintings and Prints and Some Portraits from the Collection of Sir James Dunn”; 1954.

31  “The Maps that Charted our History”, MacLean’s Magazine; March 1, 1954.

32  The Loyalist Gazette, Vol. III, No. 3; November, 1933.

33  The Royal Gazette (Extra), Vol. 94, pp. 15-18; January 24, 1936.

34  The United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada, compiled by Horace H. VanWart; n.d.

35  Landmarks in Democracy; 1960.

36  “The Coronation of Elizabeth II”, The Canadian Army Journal, Vol. III, No. 2; July, 1953.

37  Our Resources, Canadian Citizenship Series; 1961.

38  Our Land, Canadian Citizenship Series; 1948.

39  The Amendment of the Constitution of Canada by Guy Favreau; 1965.

40  Time-table from Capital (Fredericton) Transit Bus Service; 1936.

41  Fredericton:  The Capital City.  Fredericton Board of Trade; c. 1936.

42  Prize list from the Fredericton Exhibition, 1939.

43  “Fredericton; The City of Stately Elms”; c. 1960.

44  Photocopy of The N.B. Telephone News, Vol. 17, No. 6, which includes articles on:  James L. Hutchinson of Rexton, and Telephone Development in Kent County; 1946.

45  Photocopy of The N.B. Telephone News, Vol. 18, No. 6, which includes “The Story of the Fredericton Exchange”; 1947.

46  “Fredericton:  The Capital of New Brunswick, 1785-1935″; c. 1936.

47  Aid to Obtaining an Infantry Certificate Containing a Large Number of Carefully Selected Questions and Answers in the Different Subjects on the Syllabus of a Course for an Infantry Certificate by Captain A.P.B. Nagle; 1904.

48  Printed letters from George F. Gregory, Mayor of Fredericton concerning the unacceptable election of John Richards and W.H. Tower as Aldermen; January 26, 1870.

49  Letter from William End to The Miramichi Gleaner concerning the case of Elizabeth Lazine, a prisoner in the Gloucester Gaol at Bathurst; April 8, 1867.

50  Pamphlet “Early History of Dorchester and Other Parts of New Brunswick” by W.C. Milner; [1933].

51  “Minto Coronation Souvenir”; May 12, 1937.

52  “Souvenir Programme for the Fredericton Centennial”; July, 1948.

53  “Fredericton-Centennial City” by Fred H. Phillips; 1948.

54  Common Farm Insects by R.P. Gorham; n.d.

a  Plant Diseases

55  Order of service for the “Memorial Service for Sir Charles G.D. Roberts”; May 15, 1944.

56  “John De Cou, Pioneer” by Ernest Green; 1925.

57  “Notes of the Empey (Inpey) Family of Stormont” by Ernest Green; 1931.

58  Bulletin of the Underhill Society of America, Inc.; 1963.

59  Canadian History; June, 1899.

60  Water Colours by Robert Homes; May-June, 1964.

61  Gallery of Canadian History by Confederation Life Assurance Company; n.d.

62  Fredericton Centennial, 1848-1948; 1948.

63  Some Questions and Answers on the Price Ceiling as It Applies to the Consumer, c. 1943.

64  To The Homes of Canada by Dr. Charlotte Whitton for the Wartime Prices and Trade Board; December 18, 1941.

65  Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire:  What It Is and What It Does; n.d.

66  Reconsecration Pledge, a pledge to work to end the war; 1941.

67  Breath of the Heather, a magazine of MacLean Kilties of America produced by the 236th Overseas Battalion, C.E.F.; August, 1917.

68  The Architect or Practical House Carpenter by Benjamin Asher; [1854].

69  The Model Architect:  A Series of Original Designs for Cottages, Villas, Suburban Residences, etc. by Samuel Sloane; 1852.

70  Loyalty and Reprisal:  The Loyalists of Bergen County, New Jersey and Their Estates by Ruth M. Keesey; 1957.

71  “Shelburne Museum; The Museum of the American Spirit” in Shelburne, Vermont; n.d.

72  All About the New Method Trust Plan by Wallace W. Smith; n.d.

73  “Bliss Carman:  An Appreciation” by R.H. Hathaway in The Canadian Magazine; n.d.

74  “Trodden Ways” by Esther Clark Wright in The Dalhousie Review; n.d.

75  Six pamphlets by Esther Clark Wright bearing Christmas and New Years greetings:  “From East to Western Seas”, 1955; “The Trees of June”, 1956; “On Many Hillsides”, n.d.; “The Immoderate Year”, n.d.; “The Colour of 1960″, 1960; “Rain and No Rain”, 1962.

76  Map of Charlottetown, P.E.I., 1949.

77  “From Chatham to Harper’s Ferry” by Fred London in The Canadian Magazine; October, 1919.

78  Pamphlet on the Lowell [Massachusetts] Historical Society; May 5, 1937.

79  Pamphlet on the Institute of American Genealogy; n.d.

80  Copy of the Baccalaureate Service of the University of New Brunswick; May 8, 1955.

81  Two issues of “Comptonoloty” a bulletin devoted to providing information on the Compton family; January, 1939 and February, 1944.

82  “Local Historical Studies” by Dixon Ryan Fox in The Canadian Historical Review; n.d.

83  Genealogy and History; January 15, 1944.

84  Cover of The Literary Digest showing the official flowers of the American States; February 4, 1933.

85  Lovers’ Budget, a magazine containing games, jokes, riddles, card tricks, etc.; n.d.

86  Vacations in Canada; 1931.

87  Ontario by Donald Creighton and Helen Marsh; 1944.

88  Nova Scotia Tour Book; 1946.

89  Prince Edward Island; 1941.

90  Our Queen and Her Consort, Volume One, n.d. [circa 1953]

91  “Safe Conduct” pass for a German Soldier in World War II, signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower; 1945.

92  Fascist party I.D. cards (4), Italy; 1923, 1926, 1937, 1939.

93  Business cards:  Ward Bailey, Radio & T.V. Repair, Nashwaaksis; n.d., Barrett’s Cycle Shop, Fredericton; n.d.

94  Pamphlet on Fredericton’s 150th anniversary, includes notes on the history of Fredericton; 1935.

95  Messages to the University of New Brunswick, from Sir Frederick Williams-Taylor; 1945.

96  Returned Soldier’s Handbook, “contains valuable information and tells you where to get more”, issued by Government of Canada; [1919].

97  Improving Pastures in New Brunswick, by C.F. Bailey a brochure from the Experimental Station, Fredericton, reprinted from “Better Crops With Plant Food Magazine”; n.d.

98  Form letter from King George V to military personnel upon discharge; [c. 1919]

99  New Brunswick Plant Studies, by G.U. Hay, a brochure reprinted from the Bulletin of the Natural History Society; 1904.

100  Inside New Brunswick, a booklet from the Dept. of Industry & Development. [c. 1952]

101  “The Province of New Brunswick Its Natural Resources Developed & Undeveloped”; 1921.

102  “Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada” tourist brochure; 1956.

103  Advertisements for 3 books by John Lothrop Medley also for Harper’s Magazine Weekly and Bazar; 1874.

104  “The Blue Book of N.B. Craftsmen and Handicrafts Shops”; 1954.

105  Official Road Guide, issued by New Brunswick Automobile Association; 1931.

106  The Queen of Hearts, one of R. Caldecott’s picture books; n.d.

107  Booklet of jewellery designs; n.d.

108  Form letter from MacLean’s Magazine to “Reader” [c. 1952]

109  Catalogue on Military weapons and equipments; n.d.

110  Flyer on York Co. Progressive Conservative Candidates; 1960.

111  Flyer on York Co. Liberal Candidates; 1960.

112  Historic Quebec, a tourist guide with illustrations; n.d.

113  Booklet by G.U. Hay on “The Fungi of New Brunswick”, Observations on Weather and Plants, 1907″ and “Memorial Sketch of the Late John Moser”; 1908.

114  The Brydone Jack Observatory, U.N.B., a booklet on the first astronomical observatory in Canada; [1955]

115  A Retrospect and a Prospect, U.N.B. booklet; 1925.

116  Friendship, the Alumni Oration by Wallace Broad, U.N.B. Encaenia, 1927.

117  Booklet announcing the opening of the new wing of the Engineering Building; November 21, 1957.

118  Register of Graduates of the College of New Brunswick, King’s College and U.N.B. up to and including the class of 1950; n.d.

119  Vacant Farms For Sale in New Brunswick, a booklet published by the Farm Settlement Board, Dept. of Agriculture, Saint John; n.d.

120  Tourist booklets on New Brunswick; [post 1949 and post 1951]

121  Memorial Magazine, U.N.B.; 1914-1919.

122  Advertisement booklet for Pulvermacher’s Electric Belts; 1879.

123  Les Armoiries du Canada, Un Memoire, 2nd edition, by the Dept. of the Secretary of State; 1923.

124  Columbia Distributing Panel Instruction Book, on the installation, operation, and maintenance of the C.D.P., by the Ritter Dental Mfg. Co., New York; n.d.

125  Illustrated booklet on the industrial ascendancy of Nova Scotia; n.d.

126  Catalogue of “The Rufus Hathaway Collection of Canadian Literature”, U.N.B.; 1935.

127  “Report of the Public Archives for the year 1926″ by Arthur G. Doughty; 1927.

128  “Recipes From Kitchens of 100 Years Ago”, compiled by Velma M. Kelly; 1967.

129  Walker’s Principles of English Pronunciation; [pre. 1934]

130  A.L.A. Maritime Tourist Guide; 1929.

131  Recipe Book, Worchester, Mass.; n.d.

132  British North America Bill, a copy presented to W. Carman, Clerk of the Supreme Court of Canada, by the Attorney-General of N.B.; ordered to be printed Feb. 12, 1867.

133  “Report on Portions of the Province of Quebec and adjoining areas in N.B. and Maine relating more especially to the Counties of Temiscouata and Rimouski, P.Q.; by L.W. Bailey and W. MacInnes; 1893.

134  “Instructions for Members of Canadian Army MEDICAL Corps Nursing Service”; 1917.

135  Amendments (No. 1) to “Manual of Military Cooking and Dietary”; 1940.

136  The Tactical Employment of Lewis Guns, issued by the General Staff; January, 1918.

137  People’s Almanack; 1886.

138  The New Brunswick Digest, “containing information of the cities and towns of the province”; 1933.

139  Magazine “American Lady’s Album and Gentlemen’s Parlor Miscellany”; June, 1845.

140  “The Mission Point”, brochure on Saint Anne de Ristigouche, P.Q.; [Post 1932]

141 (a)  New Brunswick and its People, by W. Stewart MacNutt, edited by Dr. A.W. Trueman; 1952.

(b, c, d)  Various editions, no dates.

142  Fitch, Edward Oliver, M.D., a memoir by the Rev. Edmund F. Slafter; 1894.

143  Confessions by Paul Verlaine; autobiographical notes written in French; 1899.

144  “Report on The Militia” of N.B. with a statement of accounts and a Militia list; 1867.

145  “In Memoriam, Harry W. Havens.  Killed in the taking of Passchendaele, November 5th, 1917.”

146  “A Memoir of the Very Rev. William Bullock, D.D., Dean of Nova Scotia”, by Rev. R.H. Bullock; 1899.

147  Fredericton, The Early Years, catalogue of an exhibition of photograph from the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick; April 2, 1974.

148  Fredericton, New Brunswick, The Celestial City, by Frank H. Risteen, published by the Fredericton Tourist Assoc., 7 volumes; 1900, 1909, n.d.

149  The Indian Stream Territory, an episode of the North-East boundary dispute, by R.L. Reid; 1940.

150  The South Tobique Lakes, by G.U. Hay, reprinted from Bulletin of the Natural History Society of N.B., 1902.

151  The Old Graveyard, Fredericton, Epitaphs copied by the York-Sunbury Historical Society Inc.; 1938.

152  “William Francis Ganong Memorial”; edited with introduction by Dr. J.C. Webster; 1942.

153  Catalogue of exhibition “A Fredericton Community Album Before 1918″; April 22 – May 22, 1983.

154  “The Reverend Oliver Arnold, First Rector of Sussex, N.B.”, his life, his parish, and his successors and the Old Indian College; 1892, reprinted in 1930.

155  Catalogue of exhibition “George Thomas Taylor, 1838-1913″, to mark the official opening of the N.B. Provincial Archives; May 29, 1968.

156  New Brunswick Tour Book, recommended places to stop, eat, shop; 1968.

157  Charter of the Atlantic, drawn up “somewhere in the Atlantic”; August, 1941.

158  Bus schedule, Fredericton; May, 1955.

159  The Canada Gazette, Supplement, list of recipients of medals in commemoration of Their Majesties’ Silver Jubilee; May 4, 1935.

160  Trans-Canada Air Lines advertisement, Fredericton; n.d.

161  Tide Tables for Saint John, Yarmouth, and Windsor, abridged edition; 1937.

162  Historical Guide to New Brunswick by J. Clarence Webster, 3 volumes; 1930, 1942, 1947.

163  Fredericton tourist guide, 3 volumes; 1965, 1967, 1968.

164  “Glimpses of the Maritime Provinces”; [c. 1897]

165  New Brunswick, Canada’s Unspoiled Province By the Sea, a volume of photographs; n.d.

166  Souvenir of Alaska and Yukon Territory, illustrated by E.A. Hegg, a volume of photographs; n.d.

167  Brochure on The Guard House, Fredericton Military Compound; 1971.

168  Loyalist Souvenir; 150th Anniversary of the landing of the Loyalists in N.B.; 1933.

169  “Autobiography of George Tait, a Deaf Mute, Who First Gave Instructions to the Deaf and Dumb in the City of Halifax”; 1878.

170  Very old English history book; n.d.

171  John Goldie, Botanist, by G.U. Hay; 1897.

172  The British Empire at War, Blotting Book; [c. 1918]

173  “An Organization of the Scientific Investigation of the Indian Place – nomenclature of the Maritime Provinces of Canada”, by William F. Ganong; 1912.

174  Indian Notes and Monographs, list of publications relating to the American Aborigines; 1973.

175  National Historic Parks and Sites in Canada; 1949.

176  Humorous certificate for tardy Christmas greetings from Earl Hanson; [190 ]

177  India’s Right to Freedom, the Cripps Proposals and further events; [1942]

178  Prince Edward Island, tourist booklet; April, 1942.

179  The Old Christmas Eve, by Washington Irving, sent as a Christmas Greeting from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clark; Dec., 1914.

180  “Minutes of the Twenty-Ninth General Conference of the Free Christian Baptists of New Brunswick”, held at Douglas, York Co.; July 6-11, 1861.

181  “List of Recorded Earthquakes in New Brunswick”, by Samuel W. Kain; 1898.

182  The Romance of a Great Port, the story of Saint John, by Frederick William Wallace; 1935.

183  “Surficial Geology of Fredericton, York and Sunbury Counties, New Brunswick”, by Hulbert A. Lee; 1957.

184  Canada’s Part in the Great War, by the Department of Public Information, Ottawa; January, 1919.

185  Pathway to Greatness, a history of the St. Lawrence Seaway; May, 1959.

186  “1939 Prize List Fredericton Exhibition”, rules and regulations; 1939.

187  Looking for Local History, by Marjorie Thompson, Fredericton; 1965.

188  “English & Other Furniture and Decorations”, catalogue for auction; April 8 and 9, 1938.

189  Study of Canadian Fungi:  A Review, by G.U. Hay; 1904.

190  “In and About Portland”, tourist brochure for Portland Maine; 1908.

191  The Thomson House, Charlotte Lane Shelburne, Nova Scotia; by Deborah Webster, 1949.

192  Camera Canada, photographs by Isaac Erb of Saint John, N.B.; 1877-1924.

193  Forward New Brunswick, Fredericton, “The Capital City”, some of its great advantages and opportunities; by George M. McDade, 1912-13.

194  “ARRAS” Après Le Bombardment, also A photograph of Air Marshal William A. Bishop of Canada.

195  Annual Report of the Victoria Public Hospital, Fredericton, N.B.; 1907.

196  Canadian Collector Antiques, special Provincial Issue, N.B.; May/June, 1975.

197  The True Story of Confederation, cover missing; n.d.

198  “Forest Trees and Forest Regions of the United States”; January, 1936.

199  The Microscope and some hints on How To Use It, by E. Leitz; 1910.

200  Churchill and Chartwell, by Robin Fedden, a National Trust Guide; 1968.

201  Cheltenham:  A Credit Valley Mill Town, by Frank Nelles; 1975.

202  Belfountain and the Tubtown Pioneers, by Margaret Whiteside; 1975.

203  Ripon and Fountains Abbey, tourist guide; 1936.

204  The British Army Today, by Brigadier-General John Charteris; [1945].

205  Directory of Fox Ranches, New Brunswick, the home of the Silver Black Fox; 1928-1929.

206  Pilgrim’s Progress, a book by John Bunyan; Young Folk’s Edition; n.d., (cover missing)

207  Gleanings from Westminster Abbey, by George Gilbert Scott, R.A.F.S.A., 1863.

208  Bighorn Coal Basin, Alberta, Department of mines; by G.S. Malloch, 1911.

209  The Mission Play Souvenir Book, by John Steven McGroarty; n.d.

210  Catalogue from Hanley Brothers Ltd., The finest toy-shop in the world, 200-202, Regent St., London, WI, Estd. 1760.

211  Almanac for all parts of the Provinces of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island; by J.M. Coyngrayhame, 1881.

212  The Farmer’s Pocket Companion; 1812.

213  Acadia:  The Pre-Loyalist Migration and the Philadelphia Plantation.  A paper read at meeting of Historical Society of Pennsylvania; Dec. 13, 1926.

214  The Journal of Captain George C. McAllister; by Mary Hill – January 1, 1831 – July 27, 1833.

215  Annual supplement to the catalogue of the Library of Parliament; January 1 – December 31, 1943.

216  Merchant Marine, The Lifeline of Democracy, 1940.

217  Grafting fruit trees, by New Brunswick Department of Agriculture, Fredericton, N.B., February, 1955.

218  Fur Companies

a  C. & E. Everett Fine Furs

b  Holt, Renfrew & Company Ltd – Fur fashions for 1912-1913

219  Historic Sites Pamphlets

a  New Brunswick

1  The New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, est. 1842.

2  The Loyalist House, Saint John, N.B. – 1810-1817.

3  The Queens County Museum, Gagetown, N.B.

4  Period Houses of Fredericton – Mary Barker

b  Ontario

1  Batoche National Historic Site, Ottawa, 1961.

2  Woodside National Historic Park, Kitchener, Ontario.

c  Nova Scotia

1  Fort Anne National Historic Park, Annapolis Royal

2  The Port Royal Habitation, Port Royal, N.S.

3  Historic Perkings House, Liverpool, N.S.

4  Alexander Graham Bell Museum, N.S.

5  Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia

6  Grand Pre National Historic Park

d  Quebec

1  Fort Chambly National Historic Park, Quebec

2  Fort Lennox National Historic Park, Ile-aux-Nois, P.Q.

3  Birthplace of Sir Wilfred Laurier, Quebec

e  Saskatchewan

1  Fort Battleford National Historic Park

f  British Columbia

1  Fort Langley National Historic Park

g  Northwest Territories

1  Lower Fort Garry National Historic Park

220  Annual Encyclopedia of Useful Information, 1896

221  A Review of Business Conditions During the Year 1912

222  Canadian Export Timbers, Dept. of The Interior

223  Canadian Forest Insects, Dept. of Agriculture

224  Annotated Catalogue Diatoms of Canada/Geographical Distribution

225  Gallery of Canadian History

226  The Arms of Canada, 1921

227  Who’s Who in Uniform

228  Cap Badges of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces

229  Ombudsman Reports

a  Third report of the Ombudsman, 1969

b  Fifth report of the Ombudsman, 1971

c  Seventh report of the Ombudsman, 1973

d  Eighth report of the Ombudsman, 1974

230  City of Fredericton

a  Builders of Fredericton, 1869

b  Fredericton, Capital City of New Brunswick

c  By-Laws of the Municipalities of York, 1860 & 1864

d  U.N.B. – The First Hundred Years

e  Victoria Public Hospital – Annual Report – (1916-1922)

f  Marysville Honors its founder Alexander “Boss” Gibson

231  City of Saint John

a  Champlain and the St. John (1604-1954)

b  By Fundy’s Tides, by Eileen Cushing

c  The Reversing Falls Portage – Austin Squires

d  St. John and vicinity

e  The Attractive Port-City of Saint John, N.B. and Environs

232  City of Grand Falls

a  How Grand Falls Grew by Anita Lagace

b  Centennial Pictorial Memoirs of Grand Falls

c  Picture of Grand Falls, St. John River, N.B.

233  Hartland Potatoes – Hatfield & Company, Ltd.

234  The New Brunswick Museum; by W. Austin Squires, The Atlantic Advocate; July 1962.

235  New Brunswick Past and Presented by C.A. Duff Miller, Agent-General N.B.

236  Extract from Journal of The Mining Society of Nova Scotia, Coal duties; by W.C. Milner, Halifax, N.S. – 1905.

237  The Cradle of Canada; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, September 1, 1864.

238  The Scientific Work of Professor Chas. Fred Hartt; by G.U. Hay, Ph. B., M.A., 1899

239  Supplement of Games and Pastimes, given with the Christmas Number of the Young Ladies’ Journal; December 24, 1869.

240  Christmas Card from Hugh John Flemming, Premier of New Brunswick and Mrs. Flemming

241  Veterans’ Annual Calendar; Lest We Forget, 1957

242  Various postage stamps; Malta Coin, 1972

243  T.B. Christmas Seals for 1975 photographed by Loyola Michaud (Power Commission); redesigned by Post Office Staff in Ottawa.

244  A circular letter in memoriam of Rev. Charles Spurden, D.D., Fredericton, N.B., January 27th, 1876.

245  Churches

a  Early Baptists, Cambridge Narrows, Queens Co.

b  Methodist Membership Card, 1917

c  St. Paul’s Church

1    St. Paul’s Church – Fredericton – Yearbook

2    St. Paul’s Church – Zealand

3    St. Paul’s – Londonderry, N.B.

d  The History of St. Thomas’ Church

246  Magazine Photo of Christ Church Cathedral; n.d.    

247  Picture of Sheffield Congregational Church and boats on St. John River – 1899.

248  Annual Reports of the New Brunswick Provincial Police, 1928.

249  Clippings on Old Legislature Building; by Tom Forrestall, R.C.A., 1961.

250  (Post card) Coleman Frog

251  (Post card) Clark’s Chev & Olds, Fredericton

252  Print – Kensington Palace

253  Picture cards

254  Marquis De Malauze, P.Q., 1760-1940

255  Morrison’s Insurance Building – Christmas Display

256  Needlepoint Design

257  Leafy Gateway Stencil

258  Rates of Postage on parcels mailed in the Maritimes

259  Voting card for the election district of York, 1887

260  Ration Books issued by Wartime price & trade board;

a  Harry Lee Ingraham, Southampton, N.B.

b  List of Residents, Temperance Vale, 1943

c  M.C. Horncastle, St. John St., Fred., N.B., 1942.

d  Leda Ingraham, Southampton, N.B.

e  Judith Leslie Thomas, Woodstock, N.B.

261  Form letter, old-age security pension – Dept. of National Health & Welfare, 1951.

262  In Memoriam of Private Clarence Victor Kirpatrick, Killed in Action, June 3rd, 1916

263  Eaton’s Spring and Summer 1929 Catalogue

264  Godey’s Lady’s Book and Magazine

a  October, 1856

b  May, 1861

c  February, 1884

265  Peppino, 1890, Educational French Works

266  Embroidery Lessons with Colored Studies, 1901

267  Summer Haunts and Winter Retreats

268  Edward DeWolf, An Inaugural Dissertation on Infanticide by John B. Beck, 1817.

269  “English and French Furniture”

270  The Starlight Manual of Knitting & Crocheting

271  “The Story of American Painting”

272  “Remedies by the Rectom”

273  The War Dictionary

274  Army Navy Marine Corps.

275  Historical Scenes of Fredericton

276  “Furnishings/James A. Burden Residence”

277  The Canada Gazette, 1935

Clippings (MS19 – 378 to 404)

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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)

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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) 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.