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MC1049
MC1049            W.S. Loggie Company Ltd. fonds

Physical Description
45 m of textual records

Administrative History
In 1779 Robert Loggie and his family emigrated from Scotland and settled in what is now the village of Loggieville, Northumberland County, New Brunswick. A number of his descendants became successful businessmen in the area and there were several Loggie firms in the Chatham area in the nineteenth century, often consisting of the same people in different partnerships.

His descendant, William Stewart Loggie (1850-1944) was founder of W.S. Loggie Co. Ltd. He married Elspeth B. Kerr, daughter of James Kerr, a farmer in Napan, on November 5, 1874. They had twelve children. W.S. was closely associated with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Treasurer of the Missionary Society and head of the Sunday School. He was also active in the Temperance Society and the YMCA. In 1901 he was elected Chairman of the Chatham Branch of the Maritime Board of Trade. He served as alderman and Mayor of Chatham, Member of the Legislative Assembly and Member of Parliament.

At the age of fourteen he had begun working as a clerk in the grocery and dry goods store of MacDougall and Snowball. In 1873, he opened his own retail store in Chatham, selling groceries and dry goods. He acquired a tin shop in 1879 that operated in different locations until 1930 and between 1891 and 1900 three brickyards were acquired. In 1894 the business was incorporated, members of the corporation being W.S. Loggie, Francis E. Winslow, Warren C. Winslow, Elspeth Loggie, George M.B. Loggie and J.K. Loggie. Hardware, boot and shoe, furniture, ladies' wear, children's wear, automobile sales and service departments were added over the years. In 1907 the Chatham operation expanded with the purchase of warehouse space on Ritchie Wharf for a Wholesale Department and storage of ishing nets, lumber, etc.

The Company established branches at: Kouchibouquac and Shippegan both ca. 1876, Inkerman, Cape Bateau (Shippegan Island), Lower Caraquet, Tabusintac ca. 1887, Tracadie, Shediac 1902, Hardwicke 1899, Petit Rocher, Dalhousie. The branches often had a store as their centre and engaged in general merchandising and wholesale sales. Gear, goods and equipment were often advanced to fishermen. The first at Kouchibouquac (Logiecroft) may have been typical. It had a small store that supplied fishermen, a large storage facility and an ice house, lobster boats, a cannery, and a refrigeration unit. Salmon was processed here and juniper knees were made for boats, and a farm raised chickens.

Factories, for canning or drying fish and processing blueberries, developed in response to these resources. They were frequently connected with a nearby branch and operated seasonally. Blueberries were canned as early as 1883 by Loggie and later frozen for export to Canadian and American markets. The factories consisted of the processing building, cookhouse and shed, bait shed, etc. and were located in Grande Digue, Point Sapin, Escuminac, Kent County (Chockfish, Little Cape, Cassie Cape), Pokeshaw, Shippegan Island (Point Canoe, Pigeon Hill, Gully Factory, St. Mary's, Island River), Miscou Island (Mal Bay, Goose Lake, Wilson Point), Green Point, Richibucto Cape, Black Point, Spruce Point, Cocagne, Eel River, Herring Cove, and in Quebec (Mille Vache, Les Escoumins) and Prince Edward Island (Alberton, Tignish, North Cape).

Fishing was an early element of the Loggie interests. A smelt packing shed was constructed in Chatham in 1898 and salmon was exported from the earliest days of the company. The company maintained is own fishing fleet and also purchased fish from independent fishermen. They dealt in salmon, lobster, smelt, cod and to a lesser extent, mackerel, clams, crab, eel, gaspereau, shad, and shad roe. Their operations involved harvesting and canning, drying, pickling and freezing. The company used its own schooners as well as hired vessels for shipping their own products and transporting other cargo including coal and molasses.

Woods operations were also associated with the branches, the first mill opening in Pokemouche ca 1898. Products were: lumber, shingles, shooks, pitprops, railway ties, laths. Portable mills were operated on Bathurst Road, Tabusintac and in other locations. Pulpwood was handled from 1920 and was shipped from Millbank, Shippegan and Caraquet.

The firm that began in the retail dry goods business in Chatham at one time owned 43 factories, some short-lived and others that lasted many years. By 1937 Loggie's were doing about one million dollars worth of business a year. For many years Loggie's was the largest exporter of lobster to France. At the height of the fishing season, about 800 people were employed by the Company at the various branches and factories. Branch and factory managers had some autonomy but all major decisions were made by Chatham. Factory managers were directly responsible to the General Manager of the Company at Chatham. Fish and blueberry seasons were short and there was a large overhead and every-changing market that necessitated a close check on the day-to-day operations. Daily, as well as weekly, reports were received at Chatham and responded to. Markets for products were numerous and widespread and the system of advances of credit and supplies to contractors required extensive cash flow management and debt recovery.

James Kerr Loggie (1879-1947), known as Kerr, worked in his father's business from age 15. Like his father, he was also active in temperance causes. He joined the Second Contingent in 1914 and served overseas. He was elected Mayor of Chatham in 1925 and was also Chair of School Board and President of Chatham Branch of the Canadian Legion. He became President of the Company on his father's death and remained its General Manager until his death.

His brother Leigh J. Loggie (1888- ) operated the business when James Kerr Loggie was overseas. He returned home from Peace River, Alberta, where he ran a fur trading and general store business, in 1946 to manage the Company, assuming the position of President and General Manager, when Kerr took ill.

W.R.S. Loggie (1910 - ), son of Dr. W.S. Loggie and grandson of the Company's founder settled in Britain after service overseas during World War II but retuned to Miramichi in 1962 to work as Secretary-Treasurer of W.S. Loggie.

The Loggies took a broad perspective to their many commercial enterprises, becoming involved in many issues that might impact their operations. They were concerned about overfishing, opposed extension of the lobster season, and mounted a fight against high freight rates. The Company adapted over the years with changes in supply and demand, including the introduction of refrigeration that permitted the transport of fresh fish by boat and train to markets in Europe, the United States, Argentina, and the West Indies. They dealt with the interference in shipping of two World Wars, freight rates, duties, licensing arrangements and legislation to control the industry. Factories were relocated or centralized in response to shifting markets and fire was a constant enemy that often led to the closing of operations or a branch. The Company celebrated its 100th anniversary in 1973 and wound up business in later years.

Source:
Fraser, James A., A History of the W.S. Loggie Co. Ltd. 1783-1973; Graves Papers, Vol. 11, p. 52; Hamilton, W.D., Dictionary of Miramichi Biography, 1997; Loggie, Reid, A HIstory of the Town of Chatham; McLean, C.H., Prominent People of New Brunswick, 1937

Scope And Content
This fonds documents the business activities of W. S. Loggie Company Ltd. and in particular, the business transactions relating to Inkerman Branch Store, Green Point Factory, Pokemouche Store, Tignish Factory, St. Mary's Factory, Fox Den Factory, and Eel River Factory.

It consists of correspondence, postcards, telegrams, letterbooks, purchase orders, invoices, receipts, credit notes, bills of lading, ledgers, journals,timebooks, cashbooks, daybooks, lumberbooks, stockbooks, orderbooks,tallybooks, warehouse books, inventory books, time sheets, payroll cards,inspection reports, financial statements, and financial reports. It also includes crown land licenses, ration coupons, agreements, pulpwood contracts,log contracts, blueprints of machinery, and cannery labels.

Dates of Creation
1873-1965

Language
English

Related Records
Other fonds with related records to the Loggie operations include MC515 - Loggie and Burr fonds, MC1163 - W.S. Loggie(Kouchibaquac) fonds, MC1532 - A. & R. Loggie fonds, MC1590 - T. G. Loggie fonds.

Restrictions
No restrictions

Finding Aid
An inventory is available.

Inventory

MS1 CHATHAM RECORDS

A Correspondence

1 1886-1887 Box 1
2 1888
3 1889-1891 
4 1892-1893
5 1894
6 1895
7 1896-1897
8 1898 
9 1899Box 2
10 1902
11 1904-1906
12 1909
13 1910-1912
14 1913
15 1914
16 1915-1916
17 1917-1918 Box 3
18 1919
19 1920-1922
20 1922
21 1923 (January-June)Box 4
22 1923 (July-December)
23 1923
24 1935
25 1926
26 1927 (January-June)
27 1927 (July-December)Box 5
28 1928 (January 3, 1928-January 20, 1928)
29 1928 (January 19, 1928-February 1, 1928)
30 1928 (February 1, 1928-February 9, 1928)
31 1928 (February 9, 1928-February 23, 1928)Box 6
32 1928 (February 23, 1928-March 6, 1928)
33 1928 (March 23, 1928-March 14, 1928)
34 1928 (November 5, 1928-November 17, 1928)
35 1928 (November 17, 1928-December 6, 1928)
36 1928 (December 6, 1928-December 16, 1928)
37 1929

MS1A CHATHAM CORRESPONDENCE

381929 (March 1, 1929-March 20, 1929)Box 7
391929 (March 20, 1929-April 9, 1929)
40Index (March 1, 1929-April 9, 1929)
411929 (May 11, 1929-May 21, 1929)
421929 (May 21, 1929-June 10, 1929)
431929 (June 8, 1929-June 19, 1929)
44Index (May 11, 1929-June 19, 1929)
451931
461931 ( June 15, 1931-July 3, 1931)
471931 (July 2, 1931-July 23, 1931)
48Index (June 15, 1931-July 23, 1931)
491932
501932 (August 9, 1932-August 30, 1932)
511932 (August 30, 1932-September 26, 1932)
52Index (August 9, 1932-September 26, 1932)
531934Box 9
541935
551936
561938
571942Box 10
581943
591944
601945
611946Box 11
621947
631948 (January 2, 1948-December 31, 1948)
641949-1950 (mostly 1949)Box 12
651953
661954
671955
681957
691958
701959 (January 2, 1959-December 31, 1959)Box 13
711960 (January 2, 1960-December 29, 1960)
721961 (January 5, 1961-December 30, 1961)
731962 (January 2, 1962-December 27, 1962)
741963 (January 4, 1963-November 2, 1963)

MS1 CHATHAM RECORDS

ADue Bills/Orders

BInventory/Stock Books

1Stock Books, 1888, 1892, 1896, 1898
2Inventory, 1913
3Grocery Stock, 1916-1917
4Grocery Stock on hand in Warehouse etc., 1919
5Inventory Sheets, 1927-1930
6In store stock book, 1931
7Stock books, 1935 (5 scribblers)
8Dry Goods Stock Books
a1915
b1916
c1917

D Journal, May 1905-October 1906

EPayment Journals

1 1910-1922 (Arranged alphabetically by name of customer, amount owed, how paid or "bad debt.")

21926 (Arranged by name, debts owing and amount paid)

3April 26, 1929-October 31, 1929 (7 folders and index)
4January 31, 1931-June 18, 1932 (10 files)

FCash/Charge/Credit Book, July 9, 1934-August 13, 1934

GBills Payable

1August 1928 - May 1931
2May 1931 - December 27, 1934

HCash Books (Not certain that any of these other than #1 are actually for Chatham .)


1November 1, 1898 - July 15, 1907 (Cash Received/Cash Disbursed)

2Cash Book, No.2, December 20, 1885 to July 28, 1887
3 June 17, 1887-July 26, 1888 (with Index)
4July 28, 1887-June 18, 1888
5February 11, 1892-[July] 1893

MS1H
6January 12, 1898-July 8, 1899
7March 26, 1900-August 25, 1901
8January 1904-September 1907
9March 31, 1904-April 21, 1905
10April 25, 1907-August 15, 1907

Individual Payroll Cards, 1939-1956

Foreman's Reports, Canned Goods Department, W.S. Loggie Co. Ltd.

1June 15, 1925-October 1926 (back to front)
2May 20, 1927-September 7, 1927 (back to front)
3June - September 1927 (not in order)
4May-September 1927 (not in order)
51928-1929-1930
6June 14 - June 17, 1929 (not in order)
7May-June 1929, October 1930 (not in order)

KBlueberry/Lobster Books

1Blueberry/Lobster Book, 1936-1942
2Lobster Bills, 1941-1944
3Lobster Book, 1943-1944
4Blueberry Book, 1945-1946

LExport-Entry Forms, Port of Chatham

1June 7 - September 14, 1907 (back to front)
2September 29, 1907 -September 3, 1908 (back to front)

3September 3, 1908-July 29, 1910 (back to front)
4July 29, 1910-June 1913 (back to front)
5June 1913 - October 8, 1914 (back to front)
6October 14, 1914 to December 31, 1914, 1915 (back to front)

7June 22 - November 8, 1915 (back to front)
8January 14, 1916 - August 5, 1916 (back to front)
9July 31, 1916-December 19, 1916 (back to front)
10December 21, 1916-May 17, 1917 (back to front)
11June 5, 1918- June 25, 1919 (back to front)
12June 19, 1918-June 25, 1919 (back to front)
13June 27, 1919-July 2, 1920 (back to front)
14 July 2, 1920-December 31, 1920 (back to front)

MSH
NAccounts

1Chatham Accounts, April 1880-April 1888
2Chatham Accounts, 1887-1902 (not in order)
3Unidentified Notebook showing paid accounts, 1890 ( Chatham ?)

4Chatham Settled Accounts (Slips), 1890-1893
5Account Ledger, 1891-1897
6Account Slips, 1894-1899
7Account Ledger, 1895-1901
8Account Statements, 1895-1914
9Accounts Journal, December 31, 1895-October 1896
10Accounts Journal, June 16, 1897-July 4, 1898
11Accounts Ledger, November 1897-1917
12Accounts Journal, July 5, 1898-June 1900
13Accounts Journal, August 1900-April 1901
14Accounts Journal, April 1901-November 1901
15Accounts Journal, November 1903-May 1905
16Chatham Accounts, 1909-1913
17Accounts, 1920-1923
18Purchase Record Journal
aApril 1927-October 1932
bNovember 1932-November 1933

PInvoices/Receipts

1Receipt Book
aJune 20, 1931-August 15, 1931
bAugust 15, 1931-September 11, 1931
cOctober 3, 1931-October 27, 1931
dOctober 27, 1931-October 31, 1931
eNovember 17, 1931-November 30, 1931
fNovember 30, 1931-January 8, 1932
gIndex for above (June 20, 1931-January 8, 1932)

2Surveyors' Invoices
a1898-1901
b1916-1918

3Invoices, 1900
4Railway Way Bills, 1910-1921; invoices, 1910-1921
5Invoices, 1912-1927
6Chatham Invoices/Accounts with Inkerman, 1921
7Chatham Invoices/Accounts with Inkerman, 1921-1922
MS1
QChatham Tin Shop Book, February 22, 1912-June 8, 1918

RLumber Books

1April 1, 1882-May 1, 1893
2September 16, 1886-July 9, 1887

SDay Books

1Day Book, No.1 and No.2, 1887 (2 little notebooks)
2August 5, 1892-March 15, 1893
3August 27, 1897-April 11, 1899
4April 11, 1899-April 21, 1900
5June 15, 1905-December 1908
61910., 1919 (Day Book/Lumber Book)

TBills of Sale, Various Individuals (5) with the W.S. Loggie Co. Ltd., 1895-1905

USketch of Snowball Lands and Granted Lots, n.d.

VSpecification of Cargo on Schooners "Lorne", "White Bird" etc., 1895-1899


WW. S. Loggie Labels (Blueberries, Lobster/Rock Lobster, Mackerel/Herring, Queen Crab, Roast Beef, Roast Mutton, Salmon, Scallops, Tea), n.d. (48 labels in total)



MS2Inkerman Branch

ACorrespondence

1Outgoing Correspondence January 1921
2Outgoing Correspondence January 28, 1922 - December 29,1922

3Outgoing Correspondence January 5, 1924 - December 7, 1925

4 Outgoing Correspondence January 1, 1926 - December 31, 1926

5Outgoing Correspondence January 19, 1927 - December 19, 1927

6Outgoing Correspondence January 19, 1928 - December 1928

7Outgoing Correspondence January 24, 1929 - September 9, 1929, May, August, September 1930

8Outgoing Correspondence January and December 1932
9Outgoing Correspondence January 1, 1933 - July 3, 1934

10Outgoing Correspondence December 1934 - January 2, 1935, December 28, 1935

11Outgoing Correspondence January 1943 - December 1943

12Outgoing Correspondence January 4, 1944 - December 28, 1944


MS2A

13Outgoing Correspondence January 5, 1945 - December 31, 1945

14Outgoing Correspondence January 18, 1946 - November 12, 1946

15Outgoing Correspondence January 2, 1947 - December 30, 1947

16Outgoing Correspondence January 3, 1948 - December 30, 1948

17Outgoing Correspondence January 2, 1949 - December 31, 1949

18Outgoing Correspondence January 4, 1950 - November 22, 1950

19Outgoing Correspondence December 1, 1951 - December 29, 1951

20Outgoing Correspondence January 2, 1952 - December 26, 1952

21Outgoing Correspondence January 2, 1953 - December 30, 1953

22Outgoing Correspondence January 4, 1954 - December 28, 1954

23Outgoing Correspondence January 5, 1955 - December 29, 1955

24Outgoing Correspondence January 4, 1956 - December 29, 1956

25Outgoing Correspondence January 2, 1957 - December 23, 1857

26Outgoing Correspondence January 4, 1958 - December 30, 1958

27Outgoing Correspondence January 6, 1959 - December 29, 1959

28Outgoing Correspondence January 4, 1960 - December 19, 1960

28Outgoing Correspondence January 12, 1961 - September 11, 1961


BDue Bills/ Orders Books

11918 - 1934
21934 - 1936

CMonthly Time Books

1Inkerman Mill, 1911 - 1913
21918 - 1930
31920 - 1921
41934 - 1935
51943 - 1944
61941 - 1943
71944
81946
91948 - 1949
101950

DTally Books

11887 - 1893
21890

EAccounts

11887
21894
31913, 1919 - 1920, 1921
41916

MS2E

51920 - 1921, 1949
61921
71935-1938
81946 - 1947, 1948
91949 - 1950

FCash & Cheque Sales Books, 1933 - 1937

GLog Survey Bills

11922
21923

HBalance Sheets

11918 - 1919
21930
31948 - 1951

IReceipts

1 1887
2 1910, 1920, 1923
31914, 1916 - 1917, 1926, 1931 - 1932
41916 - 1917
51916 - 1919, 1934 - 1939
6Receipt Books, August 21, 1920 - June 27, 1923, June 30, 1923 - December 11, 1925

7R 1923
8Lobster Receipts, 1930 - 1931, 1936

JBills/ Invoices

1Long Distance, 1920 -1929
2Blueberries, 1944
31934
41949

KRelief Orders

11935
21936

LPulp Contracts, 1909, 1940 - 1945

MS2

MWholesale Books (2), 1945 - 1946, 1946 - 1947

NNotes, 1945

1Credit Notes
2Debit Notes

OSpecifications, 1920 - 1921

P Reports

1Tax Exempt Gasoline, Molasses & Coal,1943 - 1950
2Tobacco Wholesale, 1948
3Pulp Production Reports, 1949

QLegal

1Petition of Inhabitants of the Parish of Inkerman (about the pressing necessity of a bridge across the Upper Pokemouche River ), February 16, 1903


2Copy Trial, Loggie vs. Dalphie Godin, June 23, 1924
3Authorization to Cut, 1887
4Memorandum of Agreement, 1895

RBlueberry Book (Record of Pounds & Person who Picked)

SLicense (to Operate Pumps, Service Station, Garage) 1933

TDay Books

1July 28, 1888 - May 31, 1889
2March 16, 1893 - March 20, 1894
3July 21, 1902 - November 15, 1902
4August 12, 1921 - June 12, 1922
5August 16, 1922 - April 1926

UStock Book (Lumber Stock, Stock in Store), November 1919 - November 1928


MS3POKEMOUCHE

ACorrespondence

11890 - 1892
21890 - 1903
31895 - 1896
41897 - 1908
51898 - 1905
61898
71903
81907
91908
101910-1911
111931-1932
121934

MS3POKEMOUCHE

BBills Due

11882 - 1892
21886 - 1895
3 1886 - 1891
41886 - 1897
5 1887 - 1893
6 1887 - 1891
7 1888 - 1905
81888
91888 - 1889
10 1890
111891 - 1901
121891 - 1901
131891 - 1901
141891
151892 - 1893
161892 - 1894
171894 - 1895
181894 - 1897
191894 - 1895
201895
211895 - 1896
221896
231896
241897
251897
261897
271897 - 1898
281898
291902 - 1903
301903
31 1908
321910 - 1911
331912

CTime Books

11887 - 1888
21890 - 1904
31892 - 1913
41908 - 1909
51909 - 1916

MS3POKEMOUCHE

DInvoices

11886 - 1888
21889
31890 - 1914
41891 - 1901
5 1891 - 1901
6 1891 - 1892
71891 - 1901
81894
9 1895
101896 - 1898
111900 - 1902
12 1904
131906
141908 - 1909
151909
161911

EOrder Books/ Shook Books/ Stock Books 1887 - 1899

FReceipts/ Receipt Stubs/ Credit Notes

11889
21889
31900 - 1908
4 1889 - 1906

GAccounts

11898
21899 - 1908

HBalance Sheets, Pokemouche Mill, 1908

IRoad Tax Notices, 1897 - n.d.

JJudgment- Civil Courts (4 Cases), 1905 Legal

KSurvey Statement, 1898

LMemo Lumber Shipped from Pokemouche to Schooner, 1898

MInsurance Policy on John Falconer, Manager Pokemouche, Lumber Mill, January 1907 - 1908

MS3

NCash Book, September 1886 - December 5, 1886

ODay Book

1April 13, 1887 - September 24, 1887
2September 24, 1887 - July 28, 1888

PLumber Book, August 27, 1889 - August 29, 1890

QPokemouche Directory (unknown origin), [1916 - 1917]

MS4 DALHOUSIE

ACorrespondence

1December 9, 1949 - December 30, 1950
2January 4, 1950 - December 15, 1952
3January 14, 1953 - November 25, 1953
4December 3, 1958 - December 27, 1960
5January 4, 1961 - December 18, 1961
6January 6, 1962 - December 20, 1962
7January 5, 1963 - December 30, 1963
8January 8, 1964 - December 31, 1964
9January 6, 1965 - December 30, 1965
10January 7, 1966 - December 22, 1966
11January 7, 1967 - December 30, 1967
12January 12, 1968 - December 28, 1968
13January 8, 1969 - May 6, 1969

BMonthly Reports, 1939 - 1942

CCopy of Journal Entry, 1918

MS5CARAQUET

AFreight Bill, 1886 - 1898

BCN Railway Memorandums, 1943 - 1944

CInvoices, 1901 - 1906

DStock Book/ Tally Book 1892

MS6GREEN POINT

ABalance Sheet, November 30, 1925

BDue Bills/ Orders 1934 - 1935

C Time Sheets 1943 - 1946

DInventory Book

11932
21940

MS7SHIPPAGAN

AOrders/ Due Bills, 1891-1896

BTally Book, 1913 - 1915

CAccounts Ledger, 1932

MS8MAL BAY

AFactory Day Book, March 1897

BCash Book, April 3, 1907 - July 1916

CLedger, 1913 - 1922

DOrder Book April 1909 - May 29, 1915

MS9[TABUSINTAC] CASH BOOK, March 5, 1920 - 1921(not certain this is Tabusintac)


MS10 BLACK POINT CASH BOOK, April 1901 - July 12, 1912


MS11 KOUCHIBOUGUAC

ADay Books

1Day Book, April 12, 1900 - June 14, 1901
2 Factory Day Book, March 1908 - January 3, 1912

AInventory Book for Kouchibouguac Mill, 1921

MS12ESCUMINAC

ADay Books

11889-1890
2October 24, 1905-March 1906
31937-May 1944

B Goods Day Book

11904-1906
21937-1939

31941-1944

41949-1952

CFactory Cash Book

11932-1941
21932-1943
31941-1943

DEscuminac Factory Cook House, 1935-1943

EStock Book, 1935-1953

MS13[ WILSON 'S POINT - MISCOU]

ADay Book

1June 1905 - April 4, 1911
2April 1920 - May 1932
3April 1920 - May 1932
4May 1929 - June 1932

MS14TIGNISH, PEI

AFactory Books

1March 1943 - June 1949
2June 11, 1939 - November 30, 1949

BInventory Book, 1934 - 1949

MS15 POKESHAW

AGoods Day Book, 1938 - 1962

B Statement of Lobsters Canned & Shipped

11955, 1956, 1957
21957 - 1958
31958 - 1960
41960 - 1961

MS16ST . MARY'S ( SHIPPAGAN ISLAND )

AFactory Books

11892 - 1898
21900 - 1902

BLedger Book, 1895-1899 (with Index)

CDay Book

1 April 23, 1904 - August 9,1905
2 April 21, 1905 - March 1906
3March 26, 1906 - June 4, 1907
4March - August 1908

MS17LITTLE CAPE

A 1907 - 1911

B Factory Book, [1907] - [1912]

CFactory Book/Accounts, May 1907 - August 23, 1912

MS18NELSON (Journal, April 18, 1903 - October 1908)

MS19COCAGNE

A Factory Day Book

11900 - 1901
21907 - 1908
3 1908 - 1910 (Goods Day Book)

B Ledger

11908-1911
21912-1913

CStock Book, 1903 - 1912

D Cash Book

1April 1, 1900 - March 19, 1919
21902 - 1909
MS20GRAND DIGUE

ADay Book

11931 - 1939
21932-1943
3 1935 - 1941

BOX 150:#17588 Unidentified Locale

1Goods Day Book, June 22, 1910-April 25, 1911
2Goods Day Book, June 1944-April 1949
3Ledger Book, April 1900-September 1907
4Day Book, June 8, 1894-July 19, 1895
5Day Book, September 18, 1895-April 10, 1897
6Day Book, March 26, 1907-August 5, 1907
7Day Book, April 3, 1909-June 22, 1910

BOX 154:#17588 Unidentified Locale

1Cash Book, April 23, 1892-August 28, 1897
2Day Book, March 29, 1892-August 6, 1892
3Day Book, August 9, 1892-August 24, 1893
4Day Book, May 21, 1899-August 1899
5Cash Book, June 25, 1895-July 14, 1900
6Cash Book, April 1910-1913
7Cash Receipts/Payments, 1940-1944
8Daily Journal, 1909
9Accounts Ledger, March 29, 1892-July 24, 1894
10Accounts Ledger, November 19, 1903-April 16, 1909
11Day Book, March 26, 1898-July 14, 1898

BOX 155: #17593 Unidentified Locale

1Day Book, July 21, 1890-August 1, 1891
2Day Book, April 6, 1892-May 22, 1893
3Day Book, February 1895-August 7, 1893
4Day Book, June 25, 1896-August 11, 1897
5Day Book, June 15, 1901-November 1, 1902
6Day Book, June 23, 1910-July 4, 1912
7Factory Book, March 27, 1900-August 12, 1905
8Factory Book, April 25, 1905-1910
9Goods Day Book, May 1909-June 1910

BOX 156:#17594 Unidentified Locale

1Day Book, May 22, 1893-June 1894
2Day Book, April 11, 1903-April 22, 1904
3 Day Book, April 1, 1908-April 1911
4 Goods Day Book, 1907-1912
5Goods Day Book, June 1910-June 1911
6Factory Day Book, November 1896-July 25, 1900
7Goods Day Book, March 27, 1900-May 8, 1901
8Goods Book, June 1900-November 1901
9Salmon Day Book, (Factory Book), April 27, 1903-June 20, 1911

10Goods Day Book, August 5, 1907-May 1909

BOX 157:#17596 Unidentified Locale
Cash Books (9) (#17596)



1April 10, 1885-August 21, 1886
2August 21, 1886-June 22, 1895
3 November 21, 1889-December 24, 1890
4March 25, 1900-July 1906
5May 1900-July 1906
6March 21, 1906-1910
7July 25, 1905-October 1910
8December 1945-November 1950