- CA ETRC P232-006-022
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The file contains 22 photographs on the places other than East Angus such as Westbury, Gould and other unidentified places in 20th century. It includes different topics such as the dam in Westbury and its construction, workers, business, town council, town hall and so on.
Tom Graham, Pit Doré, H. Parson, L. Graham, Pit Bernier, Ernie Parson
The file contains 117 photographs on the religion in East Angus and other places in Eastern Townships in 20th century. It includes many aspects of the religion such as churches, clergies, services, religious groups, events and so on.
Part of Loyal Orange Lodge fonds
The series contains primary source information on the administration, activities, and finances of Loyal Orange Lodge (No. 1308) at Sawyerville from 1870 to 1995. It consists of a declaration of registration, certificates of incorporation, minutes, membership lists, dues registers, and a receipts and disbursements ledger. The series is comprised of the following files: Historical and constituent documents (1881-1947), Minutes (1870-1995), and Financial Documents (1899-1952).
The file contains primary source information of the creative life of (Mary) Ellen Laberee in Eaton in 1870. It consists of one composition by Ellen Laberee titled "The Close of Life", containing reflections on death.
The file contains primary source information on the life of Reverend Lemuel Oscar Bunt. It consists of an autobiography written by Rev. Bunt, and included information on his time as a minister at the Birchton, Bulwer and Eaton Corner United Churches from 1932 to 1938.
The file consists of one programme of a convention, dated 16 August 1917, held in Birchton Church. The file provides information on the programme of the Annual Convention of the Sunday School Association of the Province of Quebec, which was affiliated with the Provincial Sunday School Association.
The item is an index to the names appearing the publication Soldiers of Cookshire and Vicinity in the Great War.
The item is a published book consisting of biographies of men and women from the Cookshire area that served in World War I.
The fonds contains primary source information on the Wilkinson Brothers Studio from beween 1924 and 1949. It consists of black and white studio photographs of people of all ages. The fonds is composed of the following series: Identified photographs ([between 1924 and 1949]), Unidentified children and youth ([between 1924 and 1949]), and Unidentified adults ([between 1924 and 1949]).
Wilkinson Brothers Studio
The item are lyrics to the "Cookshire Mill Song," composed by William Frazier around 1890.
The item are the lyrics to "An Original Hymn" composed by E.S. Orr for the Thanksgiving Service at the Cookshire Methodist Church (later of United denomination) to honour Queen Victoria on 20 June 1897.
The item is a photograph showing a view of Sawyerville in the fall, around 1990.
The item consists of a photograph of the Cookshire Hockey Club in 1924, which includes A.C. Seale.