47 Archival description results for Dixville (Quebec)
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- CA ETRC P214
- 1853 - 2015
The fonds consists of primary source material on the Woodman family. It contains photographs, correspondence, wills, financial receipts, press clippings, autograph books and medals from the First and Second World War. It contains the following series: Joshua Woodman (1864), Albert Alonzo Woodman (1853-1896), Albert Alonzo Woodman Jr. (1882-1921), Milton A. Woodman (1900-[194--]), John Woodman (1917, 1947), The McKee Family (1898-1921), Murray A. Milton Woodman (1960-1972), Peter A. Woodman (1945-2010), Keith Woodman (2009), Woodman Family Photos ([19--]-[20--]), Other Family Photos ([18--?]-[19--?]), Woodman Genealogy ([19--] -[20--?]), Miscellaneous (1875-2010) and Dorothy Jane Neill Woodman (2005).
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-P532
- 1901, copied 1977
Item is a photograph of two men fishing in a river, probably in Waterville though some sources identify it as Dixville, with a box factory and saw mill on either side. In the background a waterfall and wooden bridge are visible.
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-P538
- [1909?], copied 1977
Item is a photograph of a person looking northeast at Dixville from a hill on Dr. Klinck's farm, with a train passing by the bottom of the hill, and the surrounding landscape visible.
- CA SHC F007-S002
Part of Fonds Tanguay family
Series presents largely the music interests of Jeanette Tanguay from the 1910s to 1989. It consists of manscript song lyrics, music books, and printed lyrics, and musical events. Of particular interest are the lyrics composed by Florina Drew titled "How Dixville home came to be", music books from the Club d'âge d'or l'espoir de St-Jean, a photograph a choir directed by Mrs. Valentine, and the lryics for a song composed for Coaticook's 125th celebration. The series is composed of the following files: Manuscript lyrics, Music books, and Events.
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-P541
- [1909?], copied 1977
Item is a photograph of two women and children of the Grady family in a carriage being pulled by a horse in Dixville. Among those pictured are: Helen Baldwin Grady (younger woman) , Mildred Grady (older girl), Bernice Grady (younger girl) and possibly Arminellah Humphrey Baldwin (older woman).
- CA ETRC P214-015
- [197-?], 2005
Part of Woodman family (Coaticook) fonds
The series contains primary source material on the life of Dorothy J. Neill Woodman. It contains a will from 2005, a Royal Canadian Legion patch, a 25-year service pin from about the 1970s and a ribbon for the Stanstead Agricultural Society's Ladies Department.
Woodman, Dorothy Jane Neill