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              26 Archival description results for Shipping

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              Fonds · 1873-1979
              Fonds consists of one ledger which contains account information from 1873-1892 and from 1923-1942. The early 1870s entries were most likely created by Jean Mandé. Also contained in ledger are notes regarding LeBlanc family history - birth, death and marriage dates - recorded between 1937 and 1979.
              Blaikie Family Collection
              Collection · 1839 - 1961
              The collection contains textual records and photographs that demonstrate the activities of several members of the Blaikie Family of Great Village, NS, for almost a century from the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s. Items were arranged into series by the archivist based on record type or content, including: letters; insurance policies for various properties in Great Village; payment agreements; Estate of Melinda (Gould) Blaikie; bills; land deeds; John Wier contracts; World War I correspondence, mostly between Joseph McKay Blaikie and Blanche Johnson; ledgers; documents related to the shipbuilding and shipping industries, focusing on “The Peerless”, “Chieftain”, and “The President”. The fonds also contains assorted items related to community organizations and happenings in Great Village, NS, including: day books for Ezra Layton’s store; Iron Age Division of the Sons of Temperance; dyke books; play bills; Corinthians Lodge; war rations books; Women’s Institute of Great Village; and a scrapbook. The photograph collection contains a large number of portraits, with most people identified as members of the Blaikie Family. There are also a large number of photographs of William Edward Spencer and Truene Ruth (Geddes) Spencer, at home and on holiday in California. 2006.48.1 - 148; 2007.36.1 - 56
              Captain Bowman Corning fonds
              Fonds · 1852-1857
              Fonds consists of bills of lading and correspondence regarding the barque Statesman. Correspondence includes letters to Captain Corning from ship agents John and Robert Young and Robert Hastie and Co., both of Glasgow, Scotland, regarding the securing of cargoes, prices and shipping voyages. Correspondence for the year 1856 does not exist.
              Captain David Cook fonds
              Fonds · 1841-1878
              Fonds consists of correspondence with ship brokers and agents, agreements, receipts, insurance papers bills and notes regarding shipping and the vessels commanded by Capt. Cook, the Sarah and Louisa Cook.
              Fonds · 1871 - 1901
              Fonds contains three logbooks kept by Captain George G. Morrison and receipts and correspondence belonging to his father, James J. Morrison. MS-2-410
              Fonds · 1884-1891
              Fonds consists of correspondence and invoices regarding shipping and a log book for the barque Lancefield. Some pages in the log book have been reused as a scrapbook.
              Captain John Lovitt fonds
              Fonds · 1862-1870
              Fonds consists of correspondence from Lovitt's father and other business letters, as well as a newspaper advertisement from Lovitt's campaign for a seat in the House of Commons and Lovitt's funeral memorial.
              Edward Neville fonds
              Fonds · 1865-1916
              Fonds consists of newspaper clippings, bills, receipts, certificates, and contracts.
              Emma E. Potter (ship) fonds
              Fonds · 1910-1914
              Fonds consists of cash book for various voyages and one photograph of the vessel.
              George Killam fonds
              Fonds · 1862-1879
              Fonds consists of business correspondence, receipts, promissary notes, records regarding the settling of the estate of George Killam and a published copy of an address made by George Killam to "the electors of the County of Yarmouth."