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Description archivistique
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Benjamin Dodge fonds
Fonds · 1777-1832
Fonds consists of one day book used to record daily transactions. Dodge sold mainly timber, but also wheat, bricks, molasses and various sundry items.
John Bonyman fonds
Fonds · 1779-1780
Fonds consists of one double entry ledger recording sales of general sundries related to Bonyman's business in Scotland.
James Patterson fonds
Fonds · 1788-1840
Fonds consists of a daybook, receipts, correspondence, account records, legal documents, agreements, promissary notes and personal correspondence. Business records are in relation mainly to the sale of rum, grocery and sundry items. Accounts are often with prominent Pictou businessmen such as Edward Mortimer, Thomas Davison and other members of the Patterson family.
Edward Mortimer fonds
Fonds · 1789-1820
Fonds consists of receipts, notes, survey receipt and one agreement related to Mortimer's involvement in the timber trade.
Ebenezer Cutler fonds
Fonds · 1790-1793
Fonds consists of day book of Cutler store. Accession 97.846
Marguerite Sutherland Collection
Fonds · 1797-1947
Collection consists of a scrapbook of receipts, notes and deeds created by many of Pictou's early entrepreneurs such as: James Patterson, Edward Mortimer, Jotham Blanchard, George Glennie, Robert Pagan, Robert Lowden, James Dawson, and James Copeland. The majority of the records are in regards to business conducted by James Patterson. Also included in the scrapbook are the signatures of many prominent Nova Scotian government officials and two deeds regarding Mahone Bay residents. In addition, there is a collection of newspaper clippings regarding the history of Pictou and area and one photograph of the exterior of Pictou Academy.
Lockeport Historical Collection
Collection · 1801-2005
Collection contains documents relating to the mercantile and shipping activities of William McMillan, McMillan was active in the business between 1893 and the early 1930's. Records include receipts, invoices and other material from other merchants he purchased or sold to, correspondence regarding the shipping of those goods, papers regarding the vessels he owned or contracted to sail the material to different parts of the world and correspondence from individuals who ran the ships. Also included are telegram notices, personal correspondence and other material. This collection also contains material from the Locke Family, the Harding Family, all in Lockeport, Nova Scotia. It also contains documents from different individuals in the town of Lockeport. Part of the material included in this collection is the research of Trevor Bebb. He was working on the shipping history of Lockeport and the surrounding areas and as such has collected a great deal of material. Included in his papers are research notes, photocopies of shipping and customs records, diaries and logs, and printed material. MS-4-177
Daniel Fraser fonds
Fonds · 1805-1819
Fonds consists of accounts, lists of goods, letters requesting goods be bought or sold, and receipts.
Thomas Davison fonds
Fonds · 1810-1820
Fonds consists of one letter book and one account book. The letter book contains copies of letters written by Thomas Davison to merchants in Halifax and Liverpool and several personal letters. The account book contains records regarding Thomas's timber trading and mercantile business. Following the departure of Thomas, Jannet used the book to record boarding house accounts and some minor sales.