Welcome to the online database of the Charlotte County Archives! 

Here you can browse and search the records of our archival holdings, with digitized images as available. Please note we are still in the process of bringing our records online - please check back frequently! As of June 21, 2024, we have approximately 30% of our collection records represented in this online database. Do not hesitate to reach out if there is anything you are looking for. 

Most archival materials can be requested for viewing online via prior appointment. Please contact us for an appointment. 


Note on historical language and depictions

The collections of the Charlotte County Archives contain historical materials which may contain outdated, offensive, or potentially harmful language, content, and/or depictions of individuals or groups. We preserve these perspectives as a part of the historical record in all its complexities, with recognition of their difficult legacies.

Recently Added Items

2024.011: Underwriter's fire insurance plan of St. Andrews

Bound volume containing sheet maps of the Town of St. Andrews, with all structures and their construction materials indicated, created for the…

2024.008: St. Andrews Creative Playground Project fonds

Fonds consists of documents, photographs, plans, newspaper clippings, and a filmed interview regarding the planning, construction, and reception of…

2024.007.2: Three letters addressed to the Hanson Bros.

Three letters addressed to the Hanson Bros in St. Andrews, with envelopes, along with three empty envelopes. Two of the letters regard orders from the…

2024.007.1: Two letters from Hayter Reed to Kate Reed

Two letters written from Hayter Reed to his wife Kate Reed (addressed on the envelopes as "Mrs. Hayter Reed"), both originally enclosed in envelopes,…

2024.006: Exterior elevation plan for renovations and additions to residence of Mr. & Mrs. R. Staples, St. Andrews, N. B.

Blueprint of an architectural drawing depicting exteriors, with elevations, of a house referred to in the caption as the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R.…