Fonds consists of two articles by Mr. Dowell entitled "Who Named the Acadians" and "Strange Legend of Nyanza," a Mi'kmaw habitation near Baddeck. Also includes newspaper clippings (1969) regarding treaties.
The Community Hotel Company Limited was organized in
1926 by members of the Sydney Community in order to build
what was eventually the Isle Royale Hotel. Construction began in
1927 and the hotel opened in 1928. The first president was
James McConnell, Mayor of Sydney and the contractor was M.R.
Chappell. Hotel was demolished in 1985. The papers include:
minutes; minutes of shareholders; annual reports.
Fonds consists of correspondence, transcripts of speeches and radio broadcasts, speeches and radio broadcasts given by Gillis, notes, reports, and briefs.Gillis, Clarence
Fonds consists of correspondence and one day book and ledger from Cameron's medical practice.Cameron, Hugh
Fonds consists of correspondence and clippings related to constituency business on topics such as housing, schools, hospitals, the Finnis Report, employment, grants, and a few personal clippings, 1963-1988; files relating to Dr. Laffin's work in the House of Assembly, including speeches, correspondence, and clippings, 1963-1986; election material including clippings, pamphlets and speeches, 1960s and 1970s; five files of correspondence and memoranda pertaining to housing while Dr. Laffin was Minister of Housing, 1983-1986; material relating to coal mining affairs in eastern Cape Breton including the Donald Report (1966), strip mining at Gardiner Mines (1982-1987), Dominion Coal Workers' Relief Fund (1980-1983); Cape Breton Regional Hospital files, 1966-1987; files on Nova Scotia School Boards and a brief on an Acadian School presented by the Cape Breton District School Board (1984); material on provincial ombudsman (1971-1981); material on the Senior Citizens Secretariat (1981-1986); memorandum from Dr. Laffin to Premier Buchanan (1980) re horse racing industry in Nova Scotia; material on the Kiwanis Swimming Pool in Sydney (1975-1985); a report of the Legislative Assembly Mines Committee (1965).Laffin, Michael A.
Fonds consists of extracts by Dan MacLennan on the "Georgian Era in Nova Scotia" by William Inglis Morse (1932), regarding early divisions of the counties of Cape Breton and Nova Scotia and immigration by United States settlers.
Fonds consists of Sydney Academy's administrative records, staff records, and its historical collection.
Fonds consists of the diary of Colin Cash containing information on Cash genealogy; diary describes work performed, weather, family and local events.Cash, Colin
Fonds consists of receipts and correspondence related to Smith's general store and his activities as an agent for the MacDonald Brothers, owners of the Glendyer Mills. Correspondence often refers to the political and economic conditions of Cape Breton. Some records of Thomas Murray and Co. are included with Smith's records. Presumably Smith took over the business of Thomas Murray and Co. ca. 1882. One account book from a general store in Port Hood operated by Smith is also included.Smith, James Mariner
Fonds consists of correspondence and a speech on the potential of Cape Breton titled, Past and Future.MacNeil, Malcolm F.
Fonds consists of four series: Charles Parnell Barrington (1813-1844), Edwin John Barrington (1851-1880), Yorke Henry Ainsley Barrington (1869-1893) and Yorke Cotril Barrington (1903-1908). Fonds also consists of a letter from Edward Barrington (grandson of Captain Barrington) to his brother and sister from Washington Territory (1865), lineage of the Barrington family, newspaper clippings on the Barrington family, notice regarding installation of an electrically driven booster pump, a trust deed from Helen Jane Catherine Barrington (heir of Edwin Barrington) to Frank Seward Barrington (1885), and deeds to John Barrington.Barrington family
Fonds consists of personal records and documents related to the Sydney Co-operative Society Ltd., correspondence related to the search for coal at Maple Brook, Inverness County, and other business related records.MacKinnon, John A.
Fonds consists of records regarding mining history and clippings, photographs and information underwater dives, discoveries and the retrieval of historical relics from the harbour at Louisbourg.Naish, S. Gordon
Fonds consists of personal diaries, records related to his teaching career, a scrapbook, clippings, Boyle family genealogical notes, and Boyle family deeds.Boyle, Dougald Robert
Fonds consists of material related to the CCF Party during its formative years in Cape Breton, as well as on labour during the first half of the 20th century. These records include notebooks, financial records, reports, and minutes. Also included is correspondence and speeches related to Brodie's political career, personal notes, and scrapbooks. The scrapbooks contain clippings on many phases of Cape Breton and Nova Scotia social and political problems during the 1940s and, to a lesser extent, the 1930s. Original speeches, letters, and political poetry are also found in the scrapbooks.Brodie, Douglas Neil
Fonds consists of a ledger containing correspondence and records concerning politics, farming, and education in the Big Pond area. Also contains correspondence related to mineral exploration in Big Pond.Campbell, Joseph
Fonds consists of manuscripts regarding Scottish history, correspondence and a book review.Campbell, Peter J. MacKenzie
Fonds consists of a diary kept by Bown during a visit to Sable Island, a collection of Christmas and New Years cards, a scrapbook kept by Bown related to the natural history of Sable Island and Nova Scotia, and one book on the history of British seaweeds.Bown, Matilda
Fonds consists of a history of Sydney Mines composed by Carey in 1912, a scrapbook for the years 1912-13, his death notice, and three detailed notebooks of mining courses beginning in 1889. The scrapbook contains considerable material on civic affairs in Sydney Mines, North Sydney, and Sydney.Carey, John
Fonds consists of Caleb A. Huntington's correspondence and legal records, Jetta MacDonald's correspondence, Henrietta Gibbons' records.Huntington family
Fonds consists of a diary kept by Kelly of personal reminiscences regarding his life as a coal miner in Cape Breton. Within these records are lists of miners' deaths with their dates and causes, details of industrial disputes and his daily life pattern.Kelly, Michael
Fonds consists of research materials, professional and educational appointment records and certificates, original materials used for research, personal correspondence, research regarding coal, and public addresses.Dwyer, Michael
Fonds consists of records related to the Hector Bicentennial Celebration 1972-1973, the Vanier Institute of the Family, and a report and agreements related to the RCMP.Fraser, William G.
Fonds consists of materials regarding Hart's business ventures, personal and business correspondence, social and religious events, and financial records.Hart, John Smith
Fonds consists of the papers of Richard Gibbons Sr., which includes letters, legal documents, and a diary. Fonds also contains papers of Richard Gibbons Jr., which includes correspondence, an almanac and birth registers and papers of Richard Gibbons III, which include certificates and appointments, correspondence and a deed. Records of Napoleon and his son Philip Gibbons are included and consist of correspondence, legal records and photographs. Also included is a watercolour of Jersey Island and a map of the north side of Cow Bay.Gibbons family
Fonds consists of business related correspondence and other documents related to MacNeil's carriage business, as well as some personal documents.MacNeil, Roderick J.
Fonds consists of Rev. John William Howie's correspondence (1835), notes pertaining to sermons (1857-1873), a marriage certificate for Reverend Howie and Harriet Amelia Addy (1875), and his ordination certificate (1861). Fonds also includes a workbook belonging to Susie Howie.Howie, John William
Fonds consists of addresses given by Dr. Huntjens about the history of Moxham Castle, the anniversary program for Trinity United Church, handwritten Mi'kmaw petroglyphs, and correspondence between Dr. Huntjens and Dr. Charles MacDonald. Fonds also includes a speech by Dr. A. J. Ebbutt at the installation of Dr. Huntjens at Xavier College in 1968.Huntjens, Dr. Rev. Jan
Fonds consists of correspondence to Elizabeth Leaver, Caroline Leaver and Peter Leaver from family (1804-1881). Also included is a letter to John Leaver from a lawyer in Halifax regarding the will of Jonathon Jones (1832).Leaver family
Fonds consists of duplicate copies of a land grant (1802), Simeon Horn's will (1873), release of mortgage (1873), property tax notice, and school tax receipts (1924-1927).Horn family
Fonds consists of records of John George Brooks Lynch, articles edited by Kevin Lynch, and a poem by George Lynch.Lynch, John George Brooks
Fonds consists of materials related to the construction and opening of the Canso Causeway. Records include correspondence, programs, pamphlets, reports, maps of the Strait of Canso and one photograph (three copies) of four men, who were involved with the building of the Canso Causeway, standing over a model of the project. Also included is an autobiography.MacKenzie, Harold W.
Fonds consists of miscellaneous personal papers that were collected by Sarah Steele of Boisdale, Cape Breton. The papers cover a variety of topics.Steele, Sarah
Fonds consists of a diary containing memoranda of accounts payable, post office savings, work performed and family events compiled by Roderick Johnston. The diary was continued by Johnston's son John Joseph (1915-1936).Johnston, Roderick A.
Fonds consists of a copy of the minutes of the Washabuckt Liberal-Conservative club (1911); diary of daily events kept by MacDonald (1899-1949); petition concerning the closure of a road (1902); deed: John A. MacDonald to Hughie J. MacDonald, Glace Bay, for land in Washabuckt (1952); list of voters for the Washabuckt district (1953); and a scrapbook of clippings (1956-1967).MacDonald, John Archy
Fonds consists of a paper presented by MacKenzie on medical laboratories, a guest book from a testimonial dinner, and a history he wrote on the MacKenzie family.MacKenzie, Donald J.
Fonds consists of correspondence written mainly to Murdoch Matheson from family members in Boston, Mass., and a diary written by Alex Matheson.Matheson family
Fonds consists of two minute books and one charter that belonged to the Sydney Trades and Labour Council.Sydney Trades and Labour Council
Fonds consists of minutes, membership lists, financial statements, clippings, historical notes, cards and photographs of the club.Cape Breton Ski Club
Fonds consists of correspondence, 1929-1962; 23 letters, many of which relate to labour's right to organize in the industrial area of Cape Breton; sermon by Father MacDonald on labour's right to organize; newspaper clippings relating mainly to Father MacDonald's career and sermons in the 1930s; clippings and presentations collected during Father MacDonald's career at Holy Cross Church, Caledonia; Silver Jubilee presentations made to Father MacDonald; tributes to Father MacDonald on his retirement; professional certificates; 2 photographs.MacDonald, Michael Malcolm
Fonds consists of minutes and resolutions, annual reports, correspondence, newsletters and journals, various files, secretary's papers, secretary's publications, the history of the Cape Breton Branch of the CFUW, branch scrapbooks, minutes, clippings, photos and correspondence.Canadian Federation of Women. Cape Breton Branch
Item is a page from Coronelli's atlas, "Isolario Dell'Atlante Vento" featuring an engraving of 17th century Cape Breton Island.Coronelli, Vincenzo
Item is a plan of former French settlement Port Dauphin (Englishtown). St. Ann's Bay also depicted. Engraved by P. Croisey.Bellin, Jacques Nicolas
Item is a photograph of the Sydney Foundry and Machine Works with the ship Mabel Frye at dock.
Item is a photographic portrait of men and boys holding trophies in a boxing ring.
Fonds consists of a reproduction of a petition of the Municipal Council of Cape Breton to the Legislative Assembly, 19 January 1886, asking for help in establishing an iron industry in Cape Breton.
Item is a photographic portrait of members of the St. Ann's Boys Choir dressed in choir robes.
Fonds consists of reproductions of correspondence and clippings from the Laurier Papers at Library and Archives Canada (Public Archives of Canada). These papers deal mainly with the Dominion Iron and Steel Corporation's financial problems, the 1909 strike at the Dominion Coal Company, and related subjects.
Fonds consists of a letter from E.M. MacDonald, Federal Minister of National Defence, to Sister St. Mary of Calvary outlining the government and opposition policies towards defence and Canada's role in imperial foreign policy.
Fonds consists of a character reference for Ronald O'Handley who emigrated from Scotland to Barrachois, Cape Breton.
Fonds consists of a character reference from Barra to the authorities in Cape Breton.