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Anglican Parish of St. Paul, Trinity, Trinity Bay, NL

  • Fonds
  • 1874-1999

The fonds contains records of the administration of the church of St. Paul's from 1874-1969, and includes the minutes of meetings of vestry, records of committees and boards, financial records, correspondence and invoices, vestry registers, clergy's records, some legal documents re the acquisition of land, and seating plans for both the old and the new church. Other records include photographs of the present and the former church, as well as portraits of many of the rectors of the parish; a full set of plans for the building of the church by architect Stephen J. Earle; a painting by J. S. Hayward of the Anglican Cathedral of St. John's; and visitors' books.

The records have been organized in 11 series according to form and function; Series 1: Minutes of Vestry, 1874-1958; Series 2: Committees and Boards, 1892-1945; Series 3: Financial Records, 1879-1964; Series 4: Correspondence, 1905-1960; Series 5: Vestry Registers, 1913-1921; Series 6: Clergy's Records, 1881-1969; Series 7: Legal documents, 1895; Series 8: Sunday School, 1904-1913; Series 9: Visitors' Books; Series 10: Plans and blueprints, [1892 - 1980]; Series 11: Photographs.

Anglican Parish of St. Paul, Trinity, Trinity Bay, NL

Mary M. White fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1962-1983

The fonds consists of material related to the invasion of Trinity by the French; Correspondence and information concerning Bishop Spencer College; and information concerning the archaeology work at Fort Point in 1969. The fonds as been arranged into five Series; Series 1 French Related Material; Series 2 Bishop Spencer College; Series 3 Archaeology; Series 4 Mary M White and; Series 5 Miscellaneous.

White, Mary M.

Women's Patriotic Association. Trinity Branch, fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1918-1995 (inclusive), 1939-1945 (predominant)

The fonds represents the Trinity branch of the WPA in Newfoundland, and consists of two printed annual reports of the WPA, Newfoundland, 1918 and 1945, a small amount of correspondence, knitting patterns and records of material issued and work returned. There is also a file of news clippings relating to members of the armed forces from the Trinity area, including some obituaries. The fonds was assembled by Rupert Morris and contained some items which have been removed.

Women's Patriotic Association. Trinity Branch (Trinity, N.L.)