Finding Aids

A finding aid grants users of archives a point of access to archival records and a general context for the records and their creator. The finding aids allow users to explore the complete collections through digitized records. Upon selection of a collection, users may browse the finding aid and view digitized originals of the documents it contains. Selected originals were also transcribed and the option to open these transcripts appears alongside the original. To learn more about a collection, select a link below and read the finding aid for that body of records. Individual’s names and place names may appear as spelled in the original documents.

To access the transcribed records only go to the Subject Index, Place Index, or Full Text Search.

page David Moore Letter: [28 June 1840]
David Moore Letter: [28 June 1840]

page John O’Sullivan Letter:[1845]
John O’Sullivan Letter:[1845]

page James Ward Letter
James Ward Letter

page MC1013
Seymour Family Fonds

page MC1028
Dennis McGaffigan letter, 24 January 1912

page MC1058
Morell Family fonds

page MC1132
Charles Moffatt fonds: [1854-1902]

page MC1603
McIntosh family fonds: [1851-1858, 1878]

page MC1611
Ancestral Roots collection

page MC1729
Valentine Gibbs fonds: [1836-1840]

page MC1753
Harley family collection: [1832-1898]

page MC1802
O’Connor family fonds: [1853-1890, 1922-1927]

page MC1847
An account by Alexander Machum of New Jerusalem, New Brunswick: [1893]

page MC2618
Laurence Hughes fonds

page MC295
James Brown Papers

page MC3028
John Browne Letters: [1843-1849]

page MC3075
Meahan family collection

page MC3293
George Inch fonds

page MC41
McCarthy family fonds

page MC651
Robert Eddy fonds: [1826-1838]

page MC803
Martin Cranney’s State oath, Catholic Roll, William IV

page Letters from Irish Emigrants and others, put in by Sir Robert Gore Booth Bart: [1846-1849]
Letters from Irish Emigrants and others, put in by Sir Robert Gore Booth Bart: [1846-1849]