The Archives is interested in acquiring material for the purpose of preservation and research. Much of our collection has been donated to us.
The Archives welcomes donations relating to:
- the records of Acadia University, as well as its predecessor and affiliated bodies, its students and professors.
- the records of Baptist churches in Atlantic Canada along with their governing organization, the Convention of Atlantic Baptist Churches (CABC).
- the records of individuals, families, and corporate bodies that are located in the Annapolis Valley region of Nova Scotia and that document the heritage of that region.
- Family trees and genealogies
- Ledgers and Day books
How to donate
Donating to the Esther Clark Wright Archives is easy. You need to contact us and arrange a time for our staff to review the material or send us a general list of the material you want to donate. Our staff determine if the material is relevant to the collection. If so, you will be asked to sign a Deed of Gift; this is a legal agreement between the donor and the Esther Clark Wright Archives. Records that are donated must be clearly identified as to the content, date, names of individuals, relationships of individuals in the records, and other important information.
If you wish to make a monetary donation to the Archives, please contact the Archives.
How to donate to the Atlantic Baptist Archives.