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.
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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]
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.
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.
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.
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].
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