Hatley, Township of

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Letter, Hally C. Brent to Frances R. Brent

The item is a letter from Hally C. (née Brown) Brent to her mother-in-law, Frances R. (née Kenner) Brent where she writes about a child's birthday party, her son's recent sickness and convalescence, friends, and food.

Letter, Hally C. Brent to Frances R. Brent

The item is a letter from Harried (aka Hally) Carrington (née Brown) Brent to her mother-in-law, Frances R. (née Kenner) Brent, written on 31 August 1914 from North Hatley. In the letter, Hally recounts a child's birthday party and comments on the war.

Group at Mrs. Brent's dock, North Hatley

The item is a photograph of a group on the dock of Hally C. Brent in North Hatley in August 1941. Pictured are (left to right): Dorothy MacLennan, Hally Carrington Brent, Hally Brent Dame, Joseph L. Brent, and Hugh MacLennan.

Hally Carrington Brent fonds

  • CA ETRC P181
  • Fonds
  • 1797, [187-]-[199-]

The fonds contains source material on the life of Hally Carrington Brent and on tourism and summer residents of North Hatley and Lake Massawippi from 1902 to the 1960s. It consists of photographs and a hand-written partial manuscript of Brent's book "The North Hatley Story". The correspondence, written by Hally C. Brent and Duncan K. Brent relates events from North Hatley and includes interesting notes on the outbreak of World War I (WWI). The fonds is comprised of the following series: The North Hatley Story manuscript ([196-?]), The North Hatley Story photographs ([199-?], Newspaper clippings (1961-1979), Photographs ([187-]-1941), and Correspondence (1914-1927), Charest-de Lauzon-Bringier family history (1797, 1948).

Brent, Hally Carrington, 1879-1968

Programmes and Advertisements

The file consists of five theatre programmes and four advertisements: MM. P. Paul-Marcel, 2-4 September 1912, at His Majesty's Theatre, Sherbrooke; posters for "Too Much Married", by the West Brome Dramatic Club; "Not Guilty" and "Silent Woman !", Town Hall, Lennoxville, by the Boston Comedy Company; a programme for "Quality Street" presented by the Sherbrooke High School in 1943; a programme for "Captain Applejack" presented by the Sherbrooke High School; a programme for "Merrie England" presented by the Sher-Lenn Operatic & Choral Society; a programme for "The Pirates of Penzance" presented by the Sher-Lenn Choir in 1952; two postcard advertisements listing the programme for the Le Cochon Souriant: théâtre ambulant from 2000; and the summer 2005 programme for Townships Stage, performed at The Piggery Theatre.

St. James Anglican Church Hatley

The series contains source material on the repairs of the St. James Anglican Church in Hatley. It consists of correspondence, submissions, invoices, sketches and photographs. The repairs were done on the terrain, the basement, foundations, windows, outside walls, the roof and the floor. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Correspondence (1997-2001), Finances (1999-2001), Preparation of the project (1999-2000), Work advancement (2000-2001) and Photographs (2000).

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of Canada Day parade in 1988. A man and a woman are getting ready with their horses for the parade.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of a women on a horse holding a flag for Canada Day parade in 1988.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of the Canada Day parade in 1988. A marching band and majorettes as they prepare for the parade.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of the Canada Day parade in 1988. A group a spectators are sitting on the grass to watch the parade.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of Canada Day parade in 1988. A carriage representing Twin Brook farms is passing in front of the spectators.

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