Fonds contains blueprints, correspondence, manuals, photographs, as well as administrave, financial, and personnel records, relating to Maritime Telegraph and Telephone LTD, as well as the companies that MT&T acquired.
Photograph of officials and guests gathering to honour retiring manager of the Island Telephone Company, D.M. Gass. Pictured are A.W. Gaudet mayor of Charlottetown, W.A. Currie mayor of Summerside, W.S. Grant resident director of the Island Telephone Company, president J.E. Richardson, lieutenant-governor F.W. Hyndman and Judge C. St. Clair Trainor chairman of the Public Utlities Commission.
Photograph of W.M. Ketchum vice-president of the Toronto Stock Exchange and president of Maritime Telephone and Telegraph A.G. Archibald standing beside the post on the exchange trading floor where the comapny's stock is listed. A total of 3,230,665 shares were listed of which some 49,000 shares were reserved for issuance under the employee's stock savings plan with the balance being held by some 12,000 shareholders. The company owned and operated the principal telephone service in the province of Nova Scotia. The company through the ownership of 56% of the common shares also controled the Island Telephone Company Limited which operated the princial telephone service in the province of prince Edward Island.
Photograph of Straun Robertson Maritime Telephone and Telegraph president with Cliff McMullan area governor District 45 Toastmasters and president of Telco Toastmasters Jim LeBlanc looking at the architects' drawing.
Photograph of Nova Scotia Attorney General Leonard Pace, Maritime Telephone and Telegraph president Struan Robertson, Human Rights Director George F. McCurdy and Chairman of the Human Rights Commission Andrew MacKay
Photograph of in back Premier R.L. Stanfield, S.R. Kennedy CBC director of the Maritimes, F.W. Doyle manager editor Halifax Herald limited, W.D. Outhit chairman of board of commissioners of public utlities and G. Benwell CJCH-TV.