Community life

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  • The subject term Community life should be used with descriptions that relate to community events or organizations, promotions of communities, groups working for the development and/or maintenance of evens, services and facilities for community, community spirit and community promotion, fraternal organization, and community activities and events. Communities can exist in towns, municipalities, villages, or neighbourhoods and can be culturally. religiously, camp, or school based.

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Community life

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Community life

  • UF Community activities
  • UF Community support
  • UF Community spirit
  • UF Community events
  • UF Charitable organizations
  • UF Fraternal organizations

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Community life

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Magog Oddfellows, taken outside Henry Chamberlin's house, Pine Street, Magog

Magog Oddfellows, taken outside Henry Chamberlin's house, Pine Street, Magog, ca. 1910. Among those pictured: Tom Broadbent, Bill McKenna, Charlie Styan, Scotty MacDonald, Willi Brevoort, Harry Spinks, Foster Baker(?), Jim Conners, Norman Ratcliffe, George Cunningham, Fred Whittaker, Ernest Snape, Frank Williams(?), George Mallinson, Glen Hitchcock, Jimmy Mitchell, Francis Milne, Harry Spinks, Henry Chamberlin, Alf Levick, Dan Peters, Jack Sampson, Alec Mitchell

Magog Fire Company

Item consists of a photograph of Magog Fire Company in 1910s. Pictured: Henry Chamberlin, Arthur Gendron, Allan Smith, Charlie Powers, Gedeon Clement, Babe Thomas, Napoleon Lepine, E.D. Smith (Capt.), Peter Marchand, Israel Tremblay, Arthur Langlois, Alcide(?) Gendron, Omide Main(?)

Loyal Orange Lodge fonds

  • CA ETRC P166
  • Fonds
  • 1870-1995

The fonds contains source material on the different Loyal Orange lodges of the Eastern Townships. It consists of historical and constituent documents, minutes, memberships and financial documents, and artefacts from 1870 to 1984. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Loyal Orange Lodge #1308, Sawyerville (1870-1995); Loyal Orange Lodge #1591, Lennoxville & Waterville (1893-1984); Loyal Orange Lodge, Sherbrooke County (1926-1984); Loyal Orange Lodge #2991, Bury (1925-1938); Loyal Orange Lodge #3231, Richmond (1953-1971) and Artefacts ([19--]).

Loyal Orange Lodge (Sherbrooke, Que.)

North Hatley Community Centre fonds

  • CA ETRC P156
  • Fonds
  • 1937-2009

The fonds contains source material on the management and activities of the North Hatley Community Centre from 1937 to 2009. It consists mainly of minutes, a charter, financial records, correspondence, membership list, member information, rental and use of the community centre, and fundraising. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Administration (1937-2007), Financial Resources (1957-2008), Membership (1979-2009), Buildings and property (1947-2007), and Photographs ([198-?]).

North Hatley Community Centre (North Hatley, Que.)

Historical and Constituent Documents

The series contains primary source material on the history and administration of the Sherbrooke and District University Women's Club. It consists of certificates, constitutions and by-laws, reports, news clippings, speeches, correspondence and advertisement. It is comprised of the following files: History (1975-2018), Constitution and Charter (1968-2003) and Anniversaries (1993-2008).

Minnie Hallowell Bowen fonds

  • CA ETRC P006
  • Fonds
  • [1752?]-[200-?]

The fonds contains source material mainly related to Minnie Hallowell Bowen's literary writings, community and political implicatons, and personal life at the turn of the 20th century. Many of her poems relate to local events, to the world wars, and to Canadian and British politics. The fonds also provides information on the activities of Minnie's family members, including but not limited to: her husband Cecil H. Bowen, her son Lloyd H. Bowen, her daughter Rose Meredyth Bowen, Henry Bowen, Edward Bowen, Eleazar Clark, George Frederick Bowen, John Hallowell, William Bowen, Frank A. Bowen, Frederick Chamberlin Bowen, and Edward Hugh Bowen. The documents show their involvement mainly in the development of railways, in the mining industry, in the Armed Forces and Militia, in politics, in scouting, in church activities, and in social clubs and associations. Some documents are about the Fenian Raids, the Knights of Columbus, and the history of Sherbrooke.

The fonds consists of mainly manuscripts, correspondence, photocopies of press clippings, articles, publications, photographs, diaries, prospectuses, and drawings. It is comprised of the following series: Literary Works and Other Writings (1883-1941), Involvement in the Canadian Flag Issue ([1887?]-1946), Personal Life ([1863-1865]-1943), Lloyd H. Bowen (1865, 1902-1995), Cecil H. Bowen ([1866?]-1935, 1986), Other Family Members (1801-1940), and History of Sherbrooke ([1836?]-1967), Family History ([1752?-200-?]), Obituaries and Other Clippings (1836-1943, 1964-1997), Other Photographs and Graphic Material (1840-1956), Miscellaneous ([1835-1904?]).

Bowen, Minnie

House

Item is a photograph of a woman standing outside the Silhouette Tea Room, located in a yellow house on College street in Lennoxville.

Boy Scouts

This file contains primary source information on Cecil H. Bowen's involvement with the Sherbrooke District Boy Scouts as their Secretary-Treasurer from about 1922 to 1923. It consists of two newpaper clippings contains a letter to the editor and a published report on the Scouts' activities, both written by Cecil.

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