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              Albert White diary
              Item · June 2, 1897- October 7, 1897
              This diary is a discrete item and is a copy of the diary written by Albert White during the course of a trip to England from June to October of 1897 to visit family and to witness and participate in the celebration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee on June 22nd. He sailed from Rimouski on June 6th on the Vancouver and left Liverpool on September 16th on the Scotsman. While most of the diary is related to his visit in England, an account of his journey from Mooseland to Rimouski gives an accurate account of transportation during the late 19th century. Accession number 2013.012
              Annabel (Siteman) Ells fonds
              Fonds · [ca. 1900-1969]
              The fonds consists of records accumulated by Annabel (Siteman) Ells during the course of her research on the area of Ship Harbour and the families who lived there as well as personal records created and accumulated throughout her lifetime. The fonds includes a wide variety of records such as land related documents, wills, Loyalist petitions, census information, court papers, church registers and vital statistics including marriage, birth, and death records; school papers, genealogies, clippings and notes taken from various newspapers and periodicals, photographs and negatives, correspondence, postcards, and diaries. The records within the fonds shed light on the history of Ship Harbour and its families, the work of Annabel Ells, her personal life from a young girl growing up on the Eastern Shore to travelling as a young woman and attending school, entering into various careers, living as an independent woman in the early 20th century, her marriage later in life and her lifelong interest in her Ship Harbour home. http://www.heritagevillage.ca/LCASresources/Annabel_%28Siteman%29_Ells_fonds_Inventory.pdf Accession number 2013.066
              Diaries & Books
              Series · 1864-1969
              Part of Annabel (Siteman) Ells fonds
              Series forms part of the Annabel (Siteman) Ells fonds and consists of diaries kept by Annabel Ells, John O. Siteman, and Hugh Fraser Siteman as well as two address books, one owned by Hugh F. Siteman which contains mailing addresses and the other owned by Annabel which is really more of a vital record as it contains mostly anniversary and birth dates. Also includes a keepsake album belonging to a young Annabel in which friends and relatives wrote her messages as well as prayer, hymn, and catechism books and several bibles that belonged to Mr. and Mrs. John Siteman, Eddie Ells, and Peggy Richard Standring. Accession number: 2013.066
              Item · 1918-01-16 - 1919-07-15
              Roderick Orrison Cutler was born on September 18, 1895, in Burnaby, British Columbia. In December 1916, he joined the military as a Signal Corporal for the 81st Regiment, B.C. Horse. He sailed from Halifax aboard the SS Olymus on April 29, 1917. He was promoted to Sergeant in February 1916. Later, he served as a Gunner for the 68th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery in September 1916. In November 1916, he served in the Signal Company, Canadian Engineers, as a Sapper and was promoted to Corporal in December the same year, and to Sergeant in March 1917. In April 1917, he was sent to England and then to France in July 1917 to serve in the Canadian Corps Signal Company as a Sapper. In January 1918, he joined the Royal Naval Air Service as a Probationary Flight Officer. Unfortunately, he crashed during a flight in Lee-on-Solent on August 22, 1918. He was promoted to Second Lieutenant in October 1918 and joined the 219th Squadron in Yarmouth in November 1918. In January 1919, he joined the 229th Squadron in Westgate-on-Sea. He was discharged from service in Canada in July 1919. Cutler returned to Canada aboard the SS Magentic sailing from Liverpool on June 29, 1919. After his return, Cutler finished his degree at the newly formed University of British Columbia with a degree in Applied Science. He then became a Mechanical Engineer and married Ruby Luella Greggs on April 9, 1920. In Cutler's journal, you can see that he received correspondence from Luella on a regular basis. We know that 2Lt. Cutler was in Skeena, British Columbia in 1931 with his wife and two children. Mr. Cutler passed away in Vancouver, British Columbia on November 25, 1969.This volume details Cutler’s enlistment in the RNAS, which was the Air branch of the Royal Navy until April 1918, when it was merged with the British Royal Flying Corps and created the Royal Air Force. The volume focuses on his daily routine between 1918 and 1919, with entries describing the lectures, tests and drills which were part of his training, flight and weapons training, flying operations and drills, and weather conditions (sporadic). SAM.2005.120.1
              Harry Eaton fonds
              Fonds · 1864-[189-]
              Fonds consists of diary documenting personal activities, including some purchases.
              John A. Bell fonds
              Fonds · 1839-1899
              Fonds consists of three series: legal records, correspondence, and sketchbook
              Thomas Bine Condon fonds
              Fonds · 1904-1921
              Fonds consists of journals kept by Condon of his daily activities
              William K. McClearn fonds
              Fonds · 1893-1898
              Fonds consists of diary kept by McClearn, used to record his daily activities and some Little Harbour community events. Following his death, his second wife Catherine continued to write in the diary for several years.