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Norman Morrison letterbook

  • CA UNB MG H 44a
  • Item
  • [1740-1759]

Typescript copy of a portion of Norman Morrison's letterbook dating between 1740 and 1759.

Morrison, Norman, fl. 1740-1759

Martin Hunter letter

  • CA UNB MG H 44b
  • Item
  • 30 August 1803

Letter to Lord Hobart from Colonel Martin Hunter (later General Martin Hunter) dated 30 August 1803. Martin reports that he is ordered to New Brunswick "to raise a regiment" and asks if he may be appointed Governor of New Brunswick in pl...

Hunter, Martin, 1787-1846

Voluntary enlistment register, Charlotte County

  • PANB MC3148
  • Item
  • 27 September 1915-30 August 1917

This register records the voluntary recruitment of 553 men in Charlotte County, New Brunswick, for service overseas during the First World War, dating from 27 September 1915, when a major recruiting drive was underway in the province, until 30 Aug...

Volunteer Enlistment Register

Muriel Edwards letter

  • PANB MC2770
  • Item
  • 14 January 1916

This letter is representative of hundreds of such thank-you letters written by Canadian soldiers serving overseas during the First World War to New Brunswick school children. Here Staff Sargeant V. A. Giles, of the 1st Canadian Division, thanks M...

Muriel Erma Edwards

Henry Kreisel diary of an internment

  • PANB MC2768
  • Item
  • 1977

Photocopied, printed copy of Henrick Kreisel's account of his internment in the camp at Ripples, near Fredericton, from 1940-1941, and the events leading-up to his incarceration.

Henrich Kreisel

W. Cabot World War II Letter

  • PANB MC1105
  • Item
  • 1 November 1943

This letter was written to W. Cabot, of Dalhousie, New Brunswick, by Group Captain, W. V. McCarthy, Chief Chaplain, R.C., R.C.A.F. Overseas at Overseas Headquarters, 20 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, on 1 November 1943. McCarthy offers Cabot ...

Leo LeBlanc Photograph

  • Tantramar Heritage Trust 2008.05.01
  • Item
  • 2008

Item is a modern copyprint of a photograph of Leo Leblanc, taken in England at the end of his service in World War II. This item is a reproduction of a photo taken around 1945.