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Morrison's Store, St. Peter's
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Company Accounts 1975-1992 (a-g)

File consists of seven business account ledgers. A file list is available below.

A. May 1975 - May 1977
B. April 1977 - Oct. 1978
C. Aug. 1978 - April 1981
D. March 1981 - Nov. 1983
E. Nov. 1983 - Oct. 1985
F. Sept. 1985 - Aug. 1989
G. Aug. 1989 - June 1992

Inventories (1981-1982)

File consists of four books noting the store stock from 1981. A file list is available below.

A. 1981 - Summary and Totals
B. 1981 - Hardware
C. 1981 - Groceries
D. 1981 - Jan. 1982 - Dry Goods

Inventories (n.d.)

File consists of two book noting the store stock. A file list is available below.

A. Miscellaneous Inventory - n.d.
B. Dry Goods - n.d.


Sub-series consists of ledgers detailing company and customer purchases for Morrison's Store.

Customer Purchases (1883-1909)

File consists of eight customer purchase ledgers. A file list is available below.

A. June 1883 - July 1895
B. July 1899 - May 1907
C. July 1903 - Dec. 1904 (Oversized)
D. Dec. 1903 - Nov. 1904
E. Jan. 1905 - March 1906 (Oversized)
F. Feb. 1905 - Feb. 1908
G. June 1907 - Feb. 1908 (Oversized)
H. Oct. 1909

MacDougall School Memorandums

File consists of school memorandums for the Trustees of the MacDougall School Section, River Bourgeois. It is likely that D.Y. Stewart was a trustee for MacDougall School.

Morrison's Store, St. Peter's

  • CA BI MG 14.195
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1996

Fonds consists of administrative, personal, and miscellaneous papers from Morrison's General Store Ltd. in St. Peter's, Richmond County, Nova Scotia. The majority of the records are administrative and include operational purchase ledgers, payroll and inventory books. The materials also reflect store owner Alex A. Morrison's political activities such as voters' lists, election records and correspondence related to local politicians. Papers also include records related to the Department of Indian Affairs; it is possible that either Morrison's General Store or the D.Y. Stewart & Sons store served as a depot for agents who worked for Indian Affairs. A series of correspondence from A.J. Boyd as well as other Indian Agents in Cape Breton and mainland Nova Scotia are included in the records

Morrison's General Store

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