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- Philip Templeman Limited Diary, 1914
A transcription of the 1914 diary of Philip Templeman Limited (Catalina). Many of the entries record matters relevant to the business such as fish catches, shipping movements and weather conditions. There are also reports on community occurrences and events in the town and in nearby communities, as well as national and international events such as the the S.S. Newfoundland Sealing Disaster and World War I.
(Added March 27, 2014)
- 1881 Crew Lists Database
The 1881 Crew List Database contains the names of more than 158,400 seamen taken from the first 152 of the 358 boxes comprising all voyages ending in 1881. This is a work in progress with several thousand names being transcribed monthly.
(Added July 27, 2011. Updated April 2, 2014)
- Burden Family fonds, 1882-1928
This fonds consists of merchant ledgers, post office and customs accounts, official government publications and other miscellaneous material for the Burden family business at Salvage.
(Added June 6, 2013)
- E.J. Duder fonds, 1893-1895
The fonds consists of two customer account ledgers for the firm of E.J. Duder, Twillingate, for the years 1893 and 1895. The ledgers identify debits (Dr) and credits (Cr) of residents of Twillingate, as well as various vessels including those owned by Duder such as the Aurora, May Flower, Sunbeam, Annie Roberts, Belle, Nancibel, Brilliant Star, Orion, Experiment, Paragon, Garfield, Tamarack, and Niobe.
(Added May 10, 2013)
- Doyle Sansome fonds, 1954-1964
The fonds consists of Ledger Accounts, 1954-1957; Charged Items, 1956-1960; Unemployment Insurance and Bill Records, 1954-1960; Business Accounts,1960-1962; Ledger, 1962-1963; and Charged Accounts, 1964, related to the operation of the general store at Black Island, Hillgrade, New World Island, Newfoundland.
(Added May 1, 2013)