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Reference 
Duplication  
Use Regulations  
Searching for an Allisonian?  
Genealogical Inquiries 
Links  

Reference  

The Archives holdings are open to faculty, staff, students and the public for research.  Reference assistance is available to help in determining the records appropriate for specific research, but individuals must be prepared to carry out their own research. 

Archives' staff will retrieve archival materials for researchers and these materials must be viewed in the Reading Room. All researchers are expected to follow the Use Regulations. 

Searching For An Allisonian? 
Genealogical Inquiries  
Selected Sources for Genealogical Research

Telephone, fax, e-mail and mail inquiries are accepted: 

Mailing address:

Mount Allison University Archives 
49 York Street 
Sackville, New Brunswick 
E4L 1C6 

Telephone:  

506-364-2563 
 Fax:  

506-364-2617

E-mail:

archives@mta.ca (David Mawhinney, Archivist)

Duplication  

The Archives provides photocopy and photographic reproduction services for a fee, but reserves the right to restrict reproduction of its materials due to condition, size, or donor restrictions. Reproduction of material does not constitute permission to publish; permission must be obtained from the University Archivist, as per Terms Governing the Reproduction and Use of Photographs and Visual Records.  Patrons are responsible for observing all Canada's copyright laws. For any material acquired from the Archives and used in a publication or display, the researcher agrees to make proper acknowledgement  to the collection from which the photocopy or photographic reproduction is made, and the owner of the collection. 
 
Compulsory Credit 
 
The citation for all information supplied by the Archives must include the name Mount Allison University Archives, the name of the accession in which the information was found, and the accession, series, and file number of the accession. An example of this citation would be: Mount Allison University Archives/ XYZ fonds/ 9999/IA/99

The use of a citation when publishing material still under copyright is not a substitute for obtaining the prior consent to publish from the copyright holder. 

Links

Archives Canada: Canadian Archival Information Network
A gateway to archival resources found in over 800 repositories across Canada. A joint initiative of the Canadian Council of Archives, the Provincial and Territorial Networks, their member institutions and the Department of Canadian Heritage.

Canadian Archival Resources on the Internet
Provides access to all archives in Canada, alphabetically, by region, by type, archival associations, etc. Created and maintained by Cheryl Avery, University of Saskatchewan Archives and Steve Billinton, Archives of Ontario.

more links: see the Archival Resources page on the Libraries' site.
 

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