Papers : 1761-1973.
|HIL-MICL FC LFR .J3F3P3
|2 microfilm textual records () ; 35 mm
The Jarvis family records in this collection were loaned to the University of New Brunswick Library for microfilming in 1983 by the owners of the manuscripts, Norah Toole and her sister Kathleen G. Barry, both of Fredericton and formerly of Montreal and Ottawa. Kathryn Hilder and Janet Phillipps, Reference Librarians in the Harriet Irving Library at the time the Papers were on loan, arranged the collection and compiled a calendar before microfilming began. Both Norah Toole and Kathleen G. Barry are now deceased.
Reel 1, contains the following material: correspondence; legal documents; genealogical information; pictures; and newspaper clippings. The records relate, principally, to the Jarvis family of Ontario, although there are letters from members of the New Brunswick Branch of the family. As the Powell family was related to the Jarvis family, a number of letters concerning that family are part of the collection. The Papers are arranged in five Series, and numbered consecutively throughout. The items in Series 1 to 3 are arranged in chronological order. The material in Series 4 and 5 is undated
|The original records are now held by a member of the family in Fredericton.
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A calendar of the Papers was compiled by Kathryn Hilder and Janet Phillipps, Reference Librarians in the Harriet Irving Library. The individual items are numbered and described in chronological order with undated material listed at the end. The calendar, along with a Table of Contents, has been microfilmed at the beginning of each reel.
|Electronic Finding Aid Record:
Jarvis Family Papers 1761-1973 Document List.pdf
Researchers may wish to consult several other collections of Jarvis Family records in the Loyalist Collection. They are shelved as follows:
MIC-Loyalist FC LPR .J3E3C4; MIC-Loyalist FC LPR .J3F3C6;MIC-Loyalist FC LPR .J3M8P3; MIC-Loyalist FC LPR .J3P5P3;MIC-Loyalist FC LPR .J3W5P3.
In addition, there are Jarvis Family Papers which are held by the National Archives of Canada and the Toronto Public Library that are not available at the Loyalist Collection.