This fonds consists of records which document the personal and business activities and interests of Alfred Dickie and, to a lesser extent, those of his immediate family and employees. Although the records span Dickie’s lifetime, few relate to his ...
Fonds contains records documenting Arthur Fordham's leather merchant activities from 1899-1967. Fonds includes miscellaneous early records, 1899-1933; sales and purchases journals, 1921-1953; cash books, 1918-1962; ledgers, 1921-1967; corresp...
Arthur Fordham and Company
This fonds consists of colour portraits of Dalhousie graduates.
Berryhill Photographic Studios.
File contains bulletins on meat and dairy markets sent from the company office in Winnipeg, Manitoba to salesmen in the Eastern Sales Division. File also contains memorandums sent to L.W. Morgan from the company office in Winnipeg.
Burns and Company.
Fonds includes correspondence and the minute book of the Halifax Jewellers Association, 1948-1951.
Fonds contains business correspondence regarding the purchase of a boiler. Fonds also contains a specification for a boiler manufactured by John Inglis Company.
Smith, Cyril R.
The George E. Smith Company, named after its founder, was a hardware company in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Upon Smith's death on February 16, 1916, the company remained in operation. The fonds includes the correspondence (including financial trans...
George E. Smith Company.
Fonds contains business records accumulated by George MacKay, including correspondence, receipts, and invoices.
The fonds contains business correspondence between the Halifax Seed Company and their associates worldwide as well as two ledger books. Advertisements and printed matter originally enclosed with correspondence provide an insight into the 1960s rel...
Halifax Seed Company.
Insurance policy on the schooner Favourite, September 27, 1814
Thom, James and Company.
List of dividends paid to shareholders in the Halifax Academy of Music, 1897 and a shares certificate, 1904
Murphy, L. and M. Ltd.
Pickford and Black Ltd.
Item is a leather-bound receipt book with receipts from 28 December 1820 to 30 July, 1822. Receipts are written by idividuals who received cash (pound sterling) from Matthew Richardson.