December 7, 2022

mary grannan

School Days Museum
Museum, History, Landmarks, Video

School Days Museum

The first record which expresses the desire to preserve items relating to the history of public education in New Brunswick is from the Minutes of the February 1986, meeting of the New Brunswick Society of Retired Teachers, Central Branch. Central Branch includes Fredericton,…

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Famous New Brunswickers D-J
History

Famous New Brunswickers D-J

Here are more New Brunswickers who have gained National and International acclaim. Have we missed someone? Please drop us a line and let us know. Also check our "NB Facts" page for others not listed here.  Click here for K…

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J. Stewart Neill House – 10AD
History, Landmarks

J. Stewart Neill House – 10AD

James Stewart Neill opened radio station 10AD on January 12, 1923. The station operated from the Neill home at 212 Waterloo Row in Fredericton. 10AD's power was 10 watts. The frequency was 250 meters.    J. Stewart Neill was running…

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Mary Grannan
Biography, History, Show Business

Mary Grannan

This little cottage, located at 325 Brunswick Street in Fredericton, was the home of Mary Grannan (1900–1975), the celebrated children’s author and national radio personality who wrote the children’s favourites "Just Mary Stories" and "Maggie Muggins".  Born in Fredericton on…

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