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Description archivistique
Pleasant Point School trustees fonds
Fonds · 1894-1957
Fonds consists of papers from the Pleasant Point School trustees. They consist of financial records including tax records, memorandums, and receipts as well as meeting minutes, teachers’ agreements, correspondence, and other school related materials. Accession number 2013.022
Lena Ferguson fonds
Fonds · 1974-2001
Fonds consists of approximately 137 hours of oral history interviews conducted by Lena Ferguson. Most interviewees were residents of the Eastern Shore region of Halifax County, particularly the Chezzetcook area. Interview topics include genealogy, local industries, occupations, music, shipping, community life, traditions, and folklore. In addition to interviews, the creator recorded school reunions, concerts, weddings, and church anniversaries. Several paper transcripts are included as well as scrapbooks featuring articles written by Lena and other newspaper articles regarding the Chezzetcook area. 2019.014
Raymond Neri d'Entremont fonds
Fonds · [19-?]
Fonds consists of three series; Argyle Municipality, financial records and correspondence.
Fonds · [ca.1855-1955]
Fonds consists of records from Lower East Chezzetcook School, specifically secretary and account books documenting the assessments and expenditures of the school including teachers’ salaries and the initial construction of the schoolhouse. Accession number 2012.025
Fonds · 1968-1983
Fonds consists of the financial records of the trustees of Harbourside School of Owl's Head, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, including pages from a ledger book listing income and expenses of the trustees from January 1968 to June 1973. The ledger pages also list transactions of the trustees bank accounts from June 1977 to February 1983. Some transactions are also listed on sheets of loose leaf paper. Also included are two invoices addressed to the Harbourside School, one from Brookfield Foods and the other from the University of New Brunswick. In addition, there are two bank deposit slips and a calculator printout. Accession number 2009.042.
Grace (Williams) Forsythe fonds
Fonds · 1911-1998
Consists of records created and accumulated by Grace Edith Forsythe primarily during her career as an educator and as a result of her involvement with the Marine Highway Historical Society, including records related to her teaching career, photographs, and material related to local history. Also included are publications produced by the Marine Highway Historical Society as well as layouts and preliminary copies. Contents also include scrapbooks, correspondence, advertisements, recipes, and material related to the Red Cross Society. In addition, fonds includes records acquired by Grace Forsythe and related to her aunt and uncle Cora (Harpell) and Sandy Myers, who owned the Salmon River House and with whom Grace lived for a time. Accession number 2010.032