Showing 6 results

Archival description
World War I, 1914-1918 With digital objects
Print preview View:

Anna Barbara Webber family fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1834, [ca. 1890]-1974, [199-?]

Fonds consists of records of the family of Anna Barbara Webber, created and/or accumulated by Anna Barbara Webber and later her daughter Frances Robson. Records include photographs, family land records and research, certificates, announcements, an...

  • Accession numbers 2010.009, 2010.010
  • 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 fon...

  • Accession number 2013.066
  • Claude L. Webber family fonds

    • 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...

  • Accession number 2013.037
  • F. Mitchell, Hosking family fonds

    • 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, correspo...

  • Accession numbers 2003.011, 2006.001, 2010.011, 2010.012 and 2010.013.
  • Laura F. Stoddard family fonds

    • Fonds
    • [ca. 1870]-1962

    Fonds consists of correspondence written to Walter, Hannah, and Laura Stoddard as well as records related to churches and church societies and memorabilia related to the First World War that was found in the Stoddard Hotel. Fonds also contains fin...

  • Accession number 2013.010
  • Spry Bay store ledger and scrapbook

    • Item
    • ca.1890-1896

    The item was originally a ledger from a store in Spry Bay c. 1896, in which accounts and retail transactions were recorded. The store may have been owned by the Leslie family. Later, around the time of the First World War, Bessie (Gerrard) Hilchey...

  • Accession number: 2013.011