Fonds comprises personal and professional correspondence and papers relating to the schooners Rowena (1903-1907); Lizzie Rich (1905), Stella Maud (1907-1910) and the Carrie C. Ward, including registers, bills, and ship inventories.
Item is a list of vessels taken at Machias and and Penobscot, listed by name and type. The Penobscot Expedition was a 26-day raid led by Sir John Sherbrooke on Hampden, Bangor and Machias, resulting in the British occupation of Castine for the remainder of the War of 1812. The tarriff dutries obtained there, called the Castine Fund, was used to establish Dalhousie University.
Item, a photograph, is contained in a folder produced by the Maid of the Mist tourism boat. The folder provides the local lore of the region, points of interest within the Parks of Niagara, and details of the tour company's operations.
Item is a duplicate of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1941-1953. A second duplicate copy can be found in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 8. The photograph was taken while Raddall was on a local cruise from Liverpool, Nova Scotia to Port Mouton Bay during the summer of 1946. The yacht, Ripple, was owned by Reverend John ("Sailor John") Wilson of Trinity Church, Liverpool, Nova Scotia.