- UF East Hatley (Quebec)
- UF Charleston (Quebec)
19 Archival description results for Hatley (Quebec)
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- CA ETRC 2-1-P006-006-021
- [1917-1942?], [1962-1963], [1993-1996])
Part of Minnie Hallowell Bowen fonds
The file contains primary source information on the life of Barbara Rose (Eardley Wilmot) Constable from around the years 1917 to 1942, 1962 to 1963, and 1993 to 1996. It consists of a memoir of a childhood Christmas, documents, including handwritten notes, pertaining to her father's life and his career in the Church, correspondence regarding her father's passing, a copy of "A Short History of the Diocese of Quebec. 1793-1993" by James T. Sweeny with Barbara's name written on it and some handwritten notes at the back, photographs of a Canada Day parade in Hatley and Hallowell Cottage in Sherbrooke, and a hand-drawn map of the houses in Sherbrooke which she visited as a child and some of their occupants.
Eardley-Wilmot, Barbara Rose
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-P596
- 1908, copied 1979
Item is a photograph of a church and the community centre, which was the Charleston Academy, located in Hatley, with surrounding landscape visible.
- CA ETRC P997-009-05-009
The file contains primary source information on the Society for Suppression of Vice, Felonies, and Misdemeanors in the Parish of Charleston (now Hatley) from 1823 to 1831. It consists of a minute book.
- CA ETRC P998-2019-055
Item is a photograph of the Hatley ball team, taken on the Hatley village common, in 1928. Among those pictured are Wesley Levitt (first person on the left, middle row) and Kenneth Little (unknown).
- CA ETRC P998-083-233-001
Photograph of a group of people attending the Smith auction at Hatley. Among the people, there are Emily LeBaron and Ray Demers, the auctioneer.
- CA ETRC 2-1-P229
The collection contains primary and secondary source information on the creative life of Helen M. (née Webster) Emery, the community of Hatley (village), and organizations in the area from 1888 to 1959. It consists of scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, largely pertaining to the Hatley village area, as well as original poetry by Helen M. Emery. The scrapbooks were compiled by Helen M. Emery and continued by her daughter, Sadie (née Emery) Webster, following her death in 1923.
Emery, Helen M.
- CA ETRC P065
The fonds contains source material on the activities of Charles Stewart from 1815 to 1829, a time span that covers his work in England and Charleston (Hatley, Quebec), and for the SPG and part of his tenure as Bishop of the Diocese of Quebec. It consists of transcripts made by the Reverend James Reid, pastor of Trinity Church in Frelighsburg, in 1850 of ninety-one letters (ninety of which were written between 1815 and 1829) from Stewart to Reid. The transcripts bear comments made by the transcriber.
Stewart, Charles, 1775-1837
- CA ETRC P999-056-D013-P002
- CA ETRC P177-007-01-019