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Alpha Y's Men's Club (Charlottetown, P.E.I.) fonds

  • CA PCA Acc4735
  • Fonds
  • 1925-2001

This fonds consists of files of the Alpha Y's Men's Club. The original chronological arrangement of a file per year has been maintained. The files document the activities of the club and includes items such as: meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, local and maritime newsletters, conference information, concert programmes and photographs. Further photographs, negatives, and slides as well as an audiotape and an attendance ledger follow the annual files.

Alpha Y's Men's Club (Charlottetown, P.E.I.)

Amateur (Ham) radio, Prince Edward Island / by Wylie Barrett

  • CA PCA Acc4250
  • Fonds
  • 1992

This fonds consists of a volume which outlines the growth of amateur radio in Prince Edward Island from its beginnings prior to WW1 with first experimenter Keith Rogers, through the first licensed operator and acknowledged father of the activity on PEI, F. Walter Hyndman to the present day. It includes information on individual operators and on clubs and associations.

Barrett, Wylie

Anderson, Cairns family fonds

  • CA PCA Acc4799
  • Fonds
  • 1877-1881, 1911; Transcribed 1999

The fonds consists of a transcript of a diary kept by three sisters, Margaret ("Maggie"), Annie Alice, and Charlotte Geddie ("Lottie") Anderson, covering the period 1 January 1877 to 30 June 1881. Some of the entries are signed, with the largest number of entries appearing to have been made by Annie. The diary outlines the teenaged sisters' daily activities as well as those of their family and neighbours. Comments about the weather and events in the community are also mentioned in the diary. The fonds also includes a letter written by Ruth Cairns, daughter of Annie Alice Anderson Cairns, to her cousin Georgia MacFarlane, dated 19 April 1911. Also included are biographical notes about the Anderson and Cairns families provided by the transcriber of the diary, Winifred (Cairns) Wake.

Anderson (Family)

Andrew MacLeod fonds : [1902-1924, 1928-1942]

  • CA PCA Acc3641
  • Fonds
  • Microfilmed 1984, 1985

This fonds consists of 8 diaries of Andrew MacLeod copied onto two 35 mm microfilm reels. The first reel was filmed in December 1984 and contains 7 volumes spanning the time period 1902-1924, 1928-1936, and 1939-1942. The second reel, filmed in April 1985, contains 1 volume spanning the period 1936-1939.

In his diary entries, Andrew describes the weather conditions, his daily farm activities as well as those of members of his family, the places and people they visited, and those individuals who visited the farm. He gives accounts of events which occurred in the Burlington/Irishtown area including Sunday School picnics, prayer meetings, funerals, and weddings.

MacLeod, Andrew

Anglican Church Women, PEI Diocesan Board, fonds

  • CA PCA Acc3816
  • Fonds
  • 1955-1994

The fonds consists of annual reports of the Women's Auxiliary and the Anglican Church Women, 1955 to 1994; miscellaneous minutes of Board meetings, 1969-1984; programmes for annual meetings, 1964-1986; the treasurer's book, 1966-1978; several letters concerning the reason for a separate PEI Board of the Women's Auxiliary; manual and history of the Pakistan project, 1947-1989; and a few miscellaneous publications including a history of the PEI Diocesan Board and a history of the ACW at St. James in Port Hill, 1894-1994.

Anglican Church Women (Prince Edward Island)

Ann Coles genealogical fonds

  • CA PCA Acc4565
  • Fonds
  • 1997

The information contained in the booklets in this fonds was stored on Ann Coles' computer. It was printed from the computer by Linda Harding in 1997.

The fonds consists of six booklets of genealogical information compiled by Ann Coles. An index of names found in the booklet is included at the end of each volume. The volumes are as follows:

Bell family (George Bell, 1784 -      & Jennite McNite, 1789 - 1869, Stanley Bridge)
Coles family (William Charles Coles, 1852-1933 & Emily Eliza Moreside, 1854-1922, North Milton)
Dixon family (George, 1798-1874 & Ann Grant, 1799-1841, Lot 31)
Ferguson family (John Ferguson, 1753-1842 & Jessie Robertson, 1769-1843, Marshfield)
MacLeod family (Kenneth MacLeod, 1759-1841 & Nancy Morrison, 1780-1841, New London)
Pickering family (William Pickering, 1749-1837 & Janet Anderson, 1764-1825?, Bayview)

Coles, Ann (MacLeod)

Ann Pillman photograph collection

  • CA PCA Acc4701
  • Collection
  • 1911-1933

The collection consists of thirty-five photographs from the photo album of Ann Pillman. Included in this collection are photographs of the Dalton Sanatorium and Falconwood Hospital, including images of her husband William Houston, as well as of nurses and soldiers, most of whom are unidentified.

Pillman, Ann E.

Anne Crockett collection

  • CA PCA Acc4407
  • Collection
  • [192-]

The collection consists of two images. The first is a Panoramic photograph of students of Prince of Wales College, September 1923. The second is of John Tom MacPherson erecting the pillars at Sir Andrew MacPhail Park, 192?.

Crockett, Anne

Annie MacLeod photographic collection : [31 August 1947]

  • CA PCA Acc4317
  • Fonds
  • Copied 1993

The fonds consists of eight photographs of the site of the collision including close-ups of both the wreckage of the bus and the derailed train. On 31 August 1947 at approximately 1:15 p.m. an Eastern Coach Lines bus travelling east from Montague on the Murray Harbour Road was struck by Engine 1146 of the Canadian National Railways at the railway crossing near Wilmot Station. The driver of the bus, Roy Keenan, and three passengers from Nova Scotia were killed. Seventeen others were injured. The bus was completely demolished and the train derailled ripping up several feet of track.

MacLeod, Annie

Annie Mellish fonds

  • CA PCA Acc4655
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1993, predominant 1973

The fonds consists of 5 scrapbooks compiled by Annie Mellish during the 1973 Centennial celebration commemorating Prince Edward Island's entry into Confederation. These scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings from the "Guardian", "Evening Patriot", "Eastern Graphic" and document the island celebrations and activities during the centennial year.

Mellish, Annie Winnifred (Hudson)

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