Communications

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  • The subject term Communications should be used with descriptions that relate to communication professionals and activities including, but not limited to, journalists, broadcasters, documentary film makers, commercial photographers, newspapers magazines, newsletters, radio , television, telephone, cable, documentary film, internet, advertising, printing, publishing, journalism, symbols, logos, flags and communication based professional organizations.

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Communications

  • UF Broadcasters
  • UF Documentaries
  • UF Symbols
  • UF Logos
  • UF Cable
  • UF Publishing

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Communications

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Professional life

This file contains primary source material on the professional life of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke between 1952 and 1999. It consists primarily of a scrapbook from Barbara's nursing training and later career, as well as a telephone directory, newspaper clippings, and identification cards from Barbara's time as a reporter.

Post Office, Beebe Plain

Item is a photograph of a post office located in Beebe Plain, half of which was located on the Canadian side of the border and the other half on the American, with two separate doors. It would take three days for a letter to get from one side of the long room to the other.

People

File contains images of members of the community in the Coaticook region from about the 1920s to 1950. It consists of an album of family photographs (largely unidentified), a photo postcard of Lucille Fournier, two portraits of an unidentified bride and groom, and the reproduction of a photograph of the Christmas party employees of Bell Telephone from 1950.

Bell Telephone Christmas party, Coaticook

Item is a photograph reproduction of the employee Christmas party of Bell Telephone in Coaticook in 1949 or 1950. Pictured in the photograph are Lucille Meunier (5th from right), Marie Blanche (2nd from right), Madeleine Brulotte (1st on left), Lorraine Brulotte, Jeanne Bédard (black dress, in front), Leatrice Dresser (kneeling at left), and unknown Fortin (light-coloured dress).

Fonds radio CFIN-FM

  • CA SHC F018
  • Fonds
  • 1984

Fonds presents programming information for the CFIN-FM radio station in Coaticook in April 1984.

radio CFIN-FM

Fonds Club Radio Frontière Coaticook

  • CA SHC F024
  • Fonds
  • 1977-1986

Fonds illustrates the activities of the Club Radio Frontière Coaticook from 1977 to 1986. It consists of a letters patent, a history of the club, activity programmes and photographs, a meeting agenda, versions of the logo, newspaper clippings, and membership cards. The fonds is composed of the following files: History and constituent documents, Meetings, Activities, and Ephemera.

Club Radio Frontière Coaticook

Postal History

The sub-series contains primary source information regarding the postal service and post office in Cumberland Mills from 1878 to 1886, and regarding the Quebec postal service in 1954. It consists of correspondence and contracts for the establishment of a post office and appointment of postmasters at Cumberland Mills (addressed to Thomas J. Taylor) from 1878 to 1886 as well as letter to Quebec postal employees for the Canada Savings Bonds campaign in 1954.