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              22 Archival description results for Charitable societies

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              Fonds · 1915-1990
              Fonds consists of complete minute books, including detailed minutes of monthly meetings, membership lists and accounts; receipts for maintenance of the Community Hall and Cenotaph; payroll book; membership book; and scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings of articles related to the Women's Institute.
              Fonds · 1939-1943
              Fonds consists of correspondence regarding the establishment of a Red Cross branch; work project ledgers; correspondence regarding fundraising; correspondence to the Provincial Women's War Work Committee; annual reports; Red Cross by-laws; reports of blood donations; and knitting instructions for socks. The fonds has been arranged into nine series.
              Fonds · [ca. 1900]-2008, predominant 1974-2004
              Fonds consists of records of the Chezzetcook Historical Society and its members. Textual records were created between about 1900- 1930, 1950- 1955, 1965, and 1974- 2008, but the majority date to between 1974 and 2004. Fonds includes research material, genealogical information, publications, society records regarding its operation, inventories, maps, and photographs. Accession number 2009.018.
              Item · 1950-1952
              Item consists of one book containing handwritten minutes of the Clam Harbour Ladies Sewing Circle recorded by secretary, Muriel Stevens from 1950 to 1952. Opening pages seem to suggest that the sewing circle was just being formed on March 15, 1950. Minutes record where the meetings were held, members in attendance, election of officials, plans for and outcomes of fundraisers, records of donations, and work done for the Church and Manse both by the Sewing Circle independently and in collaboration with other groups such as the Musquodoboit Harbour Ladies Aid Society. The book also contains an attendance list in the back that includes the names of all the Sewing Circle members. Accession number: 2013.034
              Fonds · 1918-1950
              Fonds consists primarily of records created and accumulated by Claude Webber’s parents, Leonard Stanley and Greta (Lewis) Webber as well as Claude’s aunt, Mrs. Alexander ‘Sandy’ Webber (Ada Parker). Greta and Ada Webber were both involved with the Upper Lakeville Ladies' Sewing Guild. Fonds also consists of Leonard Webber’s military records from World War I, the account books and receipts of the Ladies' Sewing Guild, and other invoices and receipts. Accession number 2013.037
              Series · 1947-1985
              Part of Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital fonds
              Series forms part of the Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital fonds and consists of correspondence related to the establishment and operation of the Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital. Series includes correspondence between P. H. Weary and Jean MacLean, director of the Red Cross outpost hospitals, discussing the planning of the hospital and correspondence of Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital Inc. That file also includes a list of members of the board of trustees from 1984 and other contact information. Series also includes miscellaneous correspondence with Merrill C. Matthews and S. R. Balcom. Accession number 2013.065
              Fonds · 1834, 1873-[ca. 1975], [1995?]
              Fonds consists of records of the family of F. Mitchell and the related Hosking family of Nova Scotia and includes financial records, records related to the Murray Harbour Black and Silver Fox Ranching Company, photographs, diary excerpts, correspondence, certificates, records related to tourism, wartime and military memorabilia, religious records, records related to the Freemasons, and music. Accession numbers 2003.011, 2006.001, 2010.011, 2010.012 and 2010.013.
              Financial and legal records
              Series · 1974-1989, 2004
              Part of Chezzetcook Historical Society fonds
              Series forms part of Chezzetcook Historical Society fonds and consists of records of the Society's financial transactions, including receipts, accounts, budgets, reports, chequebooks, and bankbooks. Series also includes tax forms and legal documents relating to the Society's legal status as a tax-free charity, as well as correspondence and certificates relating to the Society's membership in associations such as the Federation of Museums, Heritage and Historical Societies of Nova Scotia (later known as the Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage) and the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia. In addition, series includes forms, correspondence and other records related to applications by the Society for government grants.
              Financial records
              Series · [ca.1949-1958]
              Part of Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital fonds
              Series forms part of the Twin Oaks Memorial Hospital fonds and consists of financial records including records of cheques issued, a schedule of hospital rates, statements of income and expenditures, rules and regulations for Canadian Red Cross Society outpost hospitals including finances. Accession number 2013.065
              Series · 1952
              Part of F. Mitchell, Hosking family fonds
              Series forms part of F. Mitchell, Hosking family fonds and consists of two programs outlining the details of meetings in 1952. Accession number 2003.011