Bands and Orchestras

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Stephenson, Leonard

  • MG 12.197
  • Collection
  • 1826-1979

Collection consists of the following:

Series A

  1. Correspondence regarding St. Anthony’s Church Bell, 1911
  2. League of the Cross (L.O.C.) Dominion, 1930 2 documents

Series B: Memoranda including background information for Mr. Stephenson’s two books.

  1. Proofs of Mr. Stephenson’s two books. 20 pages
  2. Material General Mining Association supplied to miners, 1831-1832. 40 pages.
  3. Company Store Records, 1878-1884, 35 pages.
  4. Miners’ time book and waste book; Materials General Mining Association supplied to miners 1882-1891 66 pages.
  5. Company Store records; time book; waste book 1883-1890 48 pages
  6. Papers including Dominion Town Council election results; Minutes of the first town Council and school board meetings 1906; inventory of Dominion Electric Light Department, 1959. 263 Pages.

Series C: Deeds: Photocopy, 1826-1946 relating to the Bridgeport area, 31 pages, 1 folder.

  1. John Claghan to John Young; L’Indian bay 1826
  2. William the Fourth to William Cadegan, Catherine Stanton, Reardon O’BRIEN, John Handley, John Murphy and John Casey; S.S. Lingan Bay, 1832
  3. John and Bridget Murphy to Roman Catholics - South Side Lingan Bay, 1840.
  4. Walter and Catherine Young to Roman Catholic Episcopate Corporation of Arichat; South Side Lingan Bay, 1869.
  5. Walter and Catherine Young to Roman Catholic Episcopate Corporation of Arichat ; Lingan, 1884.
  6. GMA to Henry Mitchell; Bridgeport, 1890.
  7. Rev. John Cameron to John Phalen, Old Bridgeport, 1900
  8. The Crown to James Cooney, Anastasia Cooney & Ann O’Neal; Between Lingan Basin and Little Glace Bay [Bridgeport], 1878.
  9. Cooney & O’Neil to Joseph Campbell; Bridgeport, 1881
  10. Cooney & O’Neil to Roderick Johnston; Bridgeport 1892
  11. James & Anastasia Cooney to Lawrence O’Neil; Bridgeport 1892
  12. James & Mary Ann Cooney to Ann O’Neil; Bridgeport, 1892
  13. Cooney to Alexander Mc Donald; Bridgeport, 1893
  14. O’ Neil & Cooney to James Mac Neil; Bridgeport, 1893
  15. O’Neil to Cooney; Bridgeport, 1894
  16. Cooney to Annie Crosby; Bridgeport, 1904
  17. Cooney to Alexander Mc Donald; Bridgeport, 1905
  18. Cooney to O’Neil to Dominion Coal Company , Bridgeport, 1917
  19. Cooney to Walter Graham; Main Road leading from Bridgeport to Dominion [Bridgeport] 1932
  20. Daniel Joseph Cooney to Walter Graham; Main Road leading from Bridgeport to
    Dominion [Bridgeport] 1928
  21. Cooney to Alexander N. Mac Neil; Main Road leading from Bridgeport [Bridgeport] 1932
  22. Cooney to Mrs. S.J. Cooney; Main Road Glace Bay to Bridgeport [Bridgeport] 1932
  23. Cooney to Ignatius Mc Intyre; East Side of Phalen’s Rd. [Bridgeport] 1944
  24. Cooney to Alexander M. Mc Neil; Main Rd. Leading from Bridgeport to Dominion [Bridgeport] 1944
  25. Daniel Joseph Cooney to Francis Joseph Mc Mullin; Bridgeport, 1946

Series D: Clippings

  1. Biographical material relating to Dominion; including matters concerned with the
    Second World War; Social news, Churches and Law and Order.
  2. Clippings referring to August Gale, 1873; 1909 Strike; Tramline route, 1914; Bands
    And Orchestras - Michalik, 1927; Polish orchestra, 1927; Roosevelt’s death, 1945;
    VE day riots - Halifax; end of WW II.

Series E: Photographs (See Photograph Collection #25)
Four volumes pertaining to the Town of Dominion and the organization of Mr. Stephenson’s two books: Dominion, Nova Scotia 1906-1981 and souvenir booklet on the History of the Dominion Volunteer Fire Department.

Series F. Scrapbooks:

  1. 1901-1961 Cuttings relation to Dominion, 8cm.
  2. Material relating to Bridgeport and Bridgeport Mine, 3 cm.
  3. Cuttings pertaining to Dominion and Mr. Stephenson 1960's and 1970's
  4. School records, 1888, Mitchell’s School, Photocopies, 7 pages
  5. Cuttings relating to religion (RC) and education in Dominion in mid twentieth century,
    2 cm.
  6. Cuttings from Dominion-New Waterford areas, May-August, 1947, compiled by John
    Mac Kinnon, Dominion, 2cm.

Stephenson, Leonard Fielding

United Negro Improvement Association

  • 78-112-1862
  • Item
  • 1921

Item is a reproduction of a newspaper article about the United Negro Improvement Association band on Laurier Street in Whitney Pier. Members are marching in the street with instruments and banners in support of a movement advocating "Africa for the Africans."

Sydney Coronet Band

  • 77-930-1064
  • Item
  • ca. 1900

Item is a photograph of the thirty-one members of the Sydney Coronet Band.

League of the Cross Band

  • 77-555-689
  • Item
  • ca. 1897

Item is a photograph of the members of the League of the Cross Band, North Sydney.

Donkin Band, Centennial Parade

  • 77-359-493
  • Item
  • 1967

Item is a photograph of the Donkin Band sitting in a float in the 1967 Centennial Parade held in Sydney.

Catholic Mutual Benefit Association Band

  • 77-338-472
  • Item
  • 1901

Item is a photograph of the Catholic Mutual Benefit Association Band, in front of 'Old Glebe House' in Sydney Mines; the names of the members are listed on the reverse.

Catholic Mutual Benefit Association Band

  • 77-337-471
  • Item
  • 1909

Item is a photograph of the Catholic Mutual Benefit Association Band, taken in front of the St. Mary's Hall in Sydney Mines. Pictured are the approximately twenty-five members of the band: Front row Sitting: Fred Merritt, Frank McKinnon, Paul Baxendale, Dick Smally, President Henry Lockman, Tom Slater, Albert Purdie, John McNeil, David MacDonald, Drummer Dan Merritt. Second Row: Hilary Merritt, Will. Gallaghar, Tom Connelly, Jim Sweeny, Wil. Hart, Hugh Higgins, Jack Merritt, Bill Merritt. Back Row: Tom McNamara, Will Tobin, Malcolm McNeil, Cass McLellan, Dan A. McNeil, Joe McNamara, Art Baxendale.

Catholic Mutual Benefit Association Band

  • 76-28
  • Item
  • 1909

Item is a photograph of the Catholic Mutual Benefit Association Band, taken in front of the Immaculate Conception Church in Sydney Mines. Pictured are the approximately twenty-five members of the band: Front row sitting: Fred Merritt, Frank McKinnon, Paul Baxendale, Bandmaster James Watson, President Henry Lockman, Thomas Slater, Albert Purdie, John McNeil, 'Boss' David MacDonald, Drummer Dan Merritt. Second Row: Hillary Merritt, William Gallaghar, Tom Connelly, James Sweeny, William Hart, Hugh Higgins, John Merritt, Billie Merritt. Back Row: Tom McNamara, Billie Tobin, Malcolm McNeil, Cass McLellan, Dan Anthony McNeil, Joseph McNamara, Arthur Baxendale.

Leon Dubinsky Orchestra

  • 87-876-17406
  • Item
  • ca. 1980

Item is a photograph of a band playing. Individuals - L.- R. - Leon Dubinsky, Max MacDonald, Berkeley Lamey.

Polish Band

  • 79-1097-4077
  • Item
  • 1910

Item is a photograph of male members of a Polish band.

Cape Breton Symphony

  • 77-1206-1340
  • Item
  • 1970

Item is a photograph of members of the Cape Breton Symphony Orchestra.

Citizen's Band, Sydney

  • 80-862-5042
  • Item
  • ca. 1890

Item is a photograph of Frank J. Liscombe, Captain P.E. Campbell, J.E. Muggah, Jim Menzie and Bob Menzie.