Item is a photograph of the female employees of George E. Ford’s All Purpose Store which was located on Main Street, Sackville, NB.
From left to right: First Row: Alice Wry (Cashier) who later became Mrs. T. A. Siddal, Lizzie Siddal (T. A.’s sister) Second Row: Miss McLean of St. John (Head Milliner), Lizzie Gillis, Mabel Lena Wry who was the Head Milliner before marrying John B. Alward Third Row: Jennie Amos, Casey Chase who became Mrs. Willard Bowser, and Nita Atkinson.
Item is a photograph of Jennie Grace (Snowdon) Wry [extreme left] shown with her two sisters, Maggie Snowdon and Eva (Snowdon) Johnson, and her mother, Susan Snowdon [seated]. Picture was taken in front of J. Willard Wry’s house on Wry Lane, located across the street from his father Isaac Wry’s house.
This fonds consists of a minute book which contains minutes of meetings of the Maternal Association of Milltown St. Stephen, as well as lists of members and their children and a copy of the constitution.
A number of pages have been removed from the book. The final entry, dated 1879, concerns the death of an unnamed woman.
Maternal Association of Milltown St. Stephen (Charlotte County, N.B.)