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Reports

The files contains primary source material on the Sherbrooke and District University Women's Club. It consists of annual reports, President's reports, along with reports from various committees and groups, including the Physical Fitness Group, Environment Group, the Gourmet Cooking Group, the Book Group, the French Interest Group, the Social and Political Action Group and the Education Report.

Administration

The series contains primary source material on the administration of Sherbrooke and District Women's Club. It consists of minutes from the Executive and General Meetings; Executive Duties documents, and Born Digital documents. It is comprised of the following files: General Meeting Minutes (1968-2004) Executive Minutes (1968-2004), Executive Duties (1994), and Born Digital Documents (1999-2009).

Education

File presents information on education in Coaticook from 1923 to 1971. It consists of a prize list for Marie Blanche Boisclair from the Présentation de Marie Pensionnat de Coaticook in 1923, correspondence with Romuald Dumont during his role in the planning committee for the Academie du Sacré-Coeur reunion (“l’amicale”) in 1940 and statistics (school census) for the Commission scolaire de Coaticook from 1960 to 1971.

William Hector Baskerville fonds

  • CA BU MG048
  • Fonds
  • 1938-1939

Photographs: Basketball, 1933, Sherbrooke City League Champions; Women's Hockey, 1938; Women's Basketball, 1938; COTC, 1938-39; snapshots (candids), including tennis, horse-riding.

Baskerville, William Hector

Janet Speid Motyer fonds

  • CA BU MG021
  • Fonds

Bowen Music manuscripts

Correspondence

Dramatic production programmes: 1895-1967

Drama at Bishop's - notes on history and development

Events at Bishop's

The Mitre: June 1901; March 1903; Midsummer 1907; June 1908; April 1909; May 1910, April 1929 (These issues feature reviews of dramatic productions)

Newspaper clippings: featuring Drama at Bishop's - A Long Tradition, by Janet Motyer, The Townships Sun, February 1983; includes photocopies of reviews from The Mitre and other local papers and publications

Photographs/postcards - miscellaneous

Photographs:

  • Badminton, 1938 / snapshots
  • glass slides of Lennoxville area, Speid family, etc. (prints are available in the Old Library)
  • Dramatic Society (group photos/The Executive): 1926-27, 1927-28, 1928-29, 1930
  • Dramatic productions:
    • unidentified. 1900
    • Naval Engagements. 1901
    • The Rivals. 1908
    • The School Mistress. 1910
    • Ermine. 192-
    • Green Stockings. 1927
    • Who Kissed Barbara. 1928
    • The Haunted House. 1928
    • Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. 1930
    • The Pirates of Penzance. 1935
    • The Late Christopher Bean. 1941

Poster: St. George's Dramatic Society presents The Middle Watch, A romance of the navy in 3 acts. 1932.

Printing sample book, Arthur Speid (Case G-14) - scanned 2018

Scrapbook, 1936-1939 - Bishop's sports and various activities - newspaper clippings pasted into a Mitre magazine

Script books:

  • Berkeley Square (John L. Balderston)
  • Green Stockings (A.E.W. Mason),
  • The Haunted House (Owen Davis)
  • Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary (St. John G. Irvine),
  • The Rivals (Richard Brinsley Sheridan)
  • Who Kissed Barbara? (Franz and Lillian Rickaby)
  • You Never Can Tell (Bernard Shaw)

Sesquicentennial

Speid-Motyer, Janet (1919-2012)

Interview with Arthur Speid, part A

Item is the first part of a recorded conversation with Arthur T. Speid with Dr. J.D. Jefferis, Arnold Banfill, and Arthur Motyer, recorded 19 February 1966 in Lennoxville. The interview focuses on Arthur Speid's experiences as a student at Bishop's College School and Bishop's University in the 1890s. Among the subjects covered are the campus buildings, food strikes, the golf course (links), athletics, drama, school subjects, women at Bishop's, and various professors, principals, and headmasters including Henry de Beltgens Gibbins, Thomas B. Waitt, James P. Whitney, Francis J.B. Allnatt, Richard A. Parrock, Gilbert B. Jones, Arthur H. McGreer, and Robert N. Hudspeth. It also includes more general discussion of Lennoxville.

Quelques membres des différents comités de l'école Sancta-Maria de Dixville, à l'avant, Sylvie Giguère, Jocelyne Leclerc, au centre, Nicole Gosselin, Donald Garneau, à l'arrière, Esther Duplessis et Denise Bourguoin.

Quelques membres des différents comités de l'école Sancta-Maria de Dixville, à l'avant, Sylvie Giguère, Jocelyne Leclerc, au centre, Nicole Gosselin, Donald Garneau, à l'arrière, Esther Duplessis et Denise Bourguoin.

À l'inauguration des nouvelles installations de l'école Gendreau, de gauche à droite: Gérard Tousignant, Robert Benoît, André Couture, François Pelletier, Claire Nadeau, Mario Martineau et Donald Thompson.

À l'inauguration des nouvelles installations de l'école Gendreau, de gauche à droite: Gérard Tousignant, Robert Benoît, André Couture, François Pelletier, Claire Nadeau, Mario Martineau et Donald Thompson.

Coupe de ruban pour la nouvelle école Sancta-Maria de Dixville, de gauche à droite: Pierre Laberge, Albert Favreau, Madeleine Bélanger, André Couture, Gérald Tousignant et Florian Paré.

Coupe de ruban pour la nouvelle école Sancta-Maria de Dixville, de gauche à droite: Pierre Laberge, Albert Favreau, Madeleine Bélanger, André Couture, Gérald Tousignant et Florian Paré.

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