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C.P.R. Station, Sherbrooke, P.Q.

The item is a postcard showing the Canadian Pacific Railway station in Sherbrooke from 1907, situated at the corner of Belvedere and Frontenac Streets. In the foreground is a horse and wagon filled with boxes, likely for CPR Express Company.

C.P.R. Station, Sherbrooke, P.Q.

The item is a postcard showing the first Canadian Pacific Railway station showing Belvedere North (Nord) Street with train, streetcar and horse and carriage in the image, in Sherbrooke from around 1905.

Highwater, Que.

The item is a postcard showing the South Eastern Railway station and Chemin de la Mine in Highwater around 1913. Included in the image is a elm tree.

Brian Derick

The sub-series contains primary source information on the professional life, interests and father-son relationship of Brian P. Derick from 1959 to 1999. It consists of a curriculum vitae, correspondence from Brian to his father, Herbert R. Derick, a biography of H.R. Derick written by Brian, information on the commemorative medal for the 125th anniversary of Canada's confederation, correspondence regarding a grave lot and genealogical research, and a list of family antiques and souvenirs.

Herbert Derick collection

  • CA ETRC P058
  • Collection
  • 1816-[2003?]

The fonds contains primary source material on the personal and professional activities of Herbert Derick. It also consists of material on various Derick family members and includes a genealogical manuscript. The fonds also contains material on other families and research on various topics and towns within the Eastern Townships, cemetery indexes, photographs, ledgers, and account books. The fonds is comprised of the following series; Herbert R. Derick (1916-1994), Derick family ([18--?]-1994), Other families (1816-[2003?]), Research (1827-[199-?]), Cemetery Indexes ([1958?]-1986), Ledgers (1848-1919), Account Books (1848-[1989?]), Family Bible ([18--?]), and Photographs ([18--?]-[19--?]).

Derick, Herbert, 1916-1994

Research

The series contains primary source material on research material on various towns, topics, and places within the Eastern Townships. It consists of newspaper clippings, notes, correspondence, scrapbooks, pamphlets, burial information, and petitions. The series contains many photocopied documents. The series is comprised of the following subseries; Alburg ([19--?]), Anticosti Island ([19--?], Archives: Ottawa and Quebec (1968-1984), Army Commissions ([19--?]), Ash Island ([199-?]), Ashmun, Jehudi (1959), Bedford County (1820-1991|), Beebe ([197-?]), Boundary line (1972), British American Land Company (1969), Caldwell and Christie Manor (1827-[198-?]), Census Reports Eastern Townships ([19--?]), Census Extracts USA ([19--?]), Chambly ([197-?]), Christ Church & Caldwell Manor ([197-?]-[199-?]), Cassville (1988), Clarenceville (1890-[198-?]), Clarenceville Scrapbook ([18--?]), Clarenceville Methodist Church ([19--?]), Commissioners Court Clarenceville ([1836]-[19--?]), Coaticook (1894), Drummondville: Southern Canada Power Company ([193-?]-[195-?]), Dunham (1968), Eastern Townships ([19--?]), First Lacolle Company Canadian Girl Guides ([19--?]), Foucalt Cadastre ([19--?]), German Settlers in Eastern Townships ([198-?]), Gilhead Lutheran Church Baptisms (1990), Hatley (1991), Henryville (1822-1993), Isle aux Noix (1901-[1971?]), Isle la Motte (1975), Lacolle (1890-[19--?]), Land Grants ([19--?]), Land Petitions Hemmingford ([19--?]), Lennoxville ([19--?]-1990), Lower Canada Settlers ([19--?]), Maine Mining Maps ([19--?]), Mansonville ([1882?]-1976), Masonic Lodges (1817-1976), Methodist Church ([1989?]), Missisquoi Loyalists: Vermont Historical Society (1938), Napierville and Douglas Corner (1956-1990), Notary records ([199-?]), Noyan ([196-?]-[199-?]), Odelltown ([19--?]), Orford Mountain Railroad (1909), Owl's Head ([19--?]), Philipsburg ([19--?]), Pike River ([19--?]), Protestant Colonization & Settlement Society of Montreal (1960), Rebellion Claims (1838-1849), Richelieu Bridge Co. (1885-1967), Seignory Records ([19--?]), Sherbrooke ([192-?]-[197-?]), Sorel ([199-?]), Stanstead (1973), St. Armand (1853-[19--?]), St. John's Richelieu(1852-1904), St. Vallier Mailloux ([19--?]), Taylor Petition ([19--?]), and Ticonderoga ([19--?]).

St. John's Richelieu

The subseries contains primary source material on newspapers published in St. John's (now Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) from 1852 to 1921. It consists of three numbers of the News and Eastern Townships Advocate from 1852 to 1904, and a map of the Richelieu River between the harbour of St. John's and Pointe à la Mule lights from 1921.

Steamer Island Queen

Item is a photograph of the Island Queen on the Richelieu River, with people visible on the deck, taken in 1898. Captained by Benjamin V. Naylor.

Account books

The series contains primary source material on account books dating from 1848 to [1989?]. It consists of six books; most are account ledgers, the Mansonville House book is a guest register. The series is comprised of the following files; Cleveland, Carmichael & Co. (1853-1885), Foster & Co. (1848-[185-?]), William J. Derick (1878-1891), James Quig & James Carbonneau ([1906?]-[1989?]), Unidentified ([1863?]-[1889?]), Clarenceville Protestant School Commissioners (1916-1935), and Mansonville House (1876-1919).

Other families

The series contains primary source material on families that had a connection to the Dericks. It consists of research notes, newspaper clippings, family registers, correspondence, legal documents, scrapbooks, The series is comprised of the following subseries; Andrews, J.R (1883-[18--?]), Beerwort (1891-[198-?]), Brisbin, James Thomas (1848), Christie, Gabriel ([19--?]), Cochrane, Frank ([19--?]), Colton ([197-?]-[199-?]), Cutting (1928, [198-?]-[1993?]), Eaton, Wyatt ([197-?]-[199-?]), Flagg ([1834?]-[1993?]), Friott ([19--?]), Greer ([197-?]), George ([1828?]-[2003?]), George, B.C (1979), Hawley ([1789]-[19--?]), Holt ([19--?]), Hunt ([1991?]), Hunter ([19--?]), Huntington ([19--?]), Hulbert ([1978?]-[199-?]), Hurd (1968-1972), Huxley (1995), Johnson ([1972?]-[199-?]), Kemp, James (1832-[19--?]), Lambie ([19--?]), Livingston, Darcy Gary (1970-[198-?]), Longeway (1838, 1974-[198-?]), Luke ([19--?]), Lyon, C.G ([196-?]), MacCallum ([19--?]), MacDowell, Thain Wendell (1816-[2002?]), MacFie ([19--?]), Mitchell (1993), Mock ([198-?]-[199-?]), Naylor (1862-1992), O'Connor ([19--?]), O'Hea, Timothy ([1988?]), Odell ([1844?]-[19--?]), Patterson, Richard (1960-[198-?]), Robinson ([196-?]), Rowe-Hewson ([1918?]-[198-?]), Ruiter (1782-1799, [198-?]-[199-?]), Ryan ([19--?]), Saxe ([19--?]), Scott ([197-?]), Shand ([1971?]-[197-?]), Snider ([19--?]), Stewart, Rev. Charles James ([19--?]), Stevens ([199-?]), Stone (1975), Struthers ([195-?]-[199-?]), Taylor, Rev. Ernest ([1938?]-[19--?]), Townsend ([18--?]-[19--?]), Van Vliet (1889-1993), Vaughan (1770[reproduction]-1993), Williams (1854-[19--?]), and Young ([198-?]-[199-?]), Mayo (1824), Eyby (1830-1804), Trepannier (1815-1939), Caldwell (1801), Gustavsson (1904), Other people (1794-1949), Genealogical research binders ([196-?]-[199-?], and Genealogical correspondence (1965-1972).

Amos H. Vaughan

The file contains secondary source information on the personal and professional life of Amos Hawley Vaughan in Missisquoi County and Selkirk, Manitoba from 1784 to about 1965. It consists of biographical information and family information, a transcription of an obituary, and reproductions of correspondence and newspaper articles. It also includes photograph reproductions of Amos H. Vaughan, his wife, Nancy Smith, Robert Struthers, Eliza Struthers, Mary Hawley Smith and her husband.

Vaughan

The sub-series contains secondary and primary source material on the Vaughan family of Missisquoi County and Selkirk, Manitoba from 1778 to 1993. It consists mainly of photocopies of original correspondence, photographs, and certificates; research notes and correspondence; and family trees. The sub-series is comprised of the following files: Family Research (1785 [photocopied 1968]-1993), Amos H. Vaughan (1784 [photocopied]-[1965?]), Gershom Vaughan ([197-?]), Josephus Vaughan (1778 [photocopied]-1988), Lynds S. Vaughan (1865 [photocopied]-[198-?]), Reuben H. Vaughan (1839-[198-?]), and Benjamin Vaughan (1778[photocopied]-1853[photocopied]).

Reuben H. Vaughan

The file contains secondary and primary source information on the personal and professional life and military career Reuben H. Vaughan in Missisquoi County from 1839 to the 1980s. It consists of a certificate of appointment as ensign to the 3rd Battalion of Rouville; a memorandum; a court ruling; biographies; information on his tombstone; photocopies of receipts, shipping documents and biographical information; and a diary and transcripts.

Annie J. Derick

Item is a portrait photograph of Annie J. Derick in California in 1911. Photographer: Witzels (Los Angeles, California).

Granby Elastic Web Ltd

Item is a photograph of the Granby Elastic Web Limited factory in Granby, with Denison Street and railway tracks visible in the foreground, taken around the 1930s.

Mary Canfield Masten

Item is a portrait photograph of Mary Maude Alta (née Canfield) Masten, in Coaticook from around 1880. Photographer: M.D. Kilburn (Coaticook, Que.).

Benjamin Vaughan

Item is a photograph of Benjamin Vaughan, probably taken in the 1890s. Photographer: McKay (Cresco, Iowa).

Children of Benjamin V. Naylor

Item is a photograph of a group of the children of Benjamin V. Naylor, probably including Elizabeth (Bessie), George, Grace, Herbert, and Donald, likely taken around 1896. Photographer: Pinsonneault (St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que.).

Naylor

The subseries contains primary and secondary source information on the personal, professional, and military lives of the Naylor family in Missisquoi County and in Manitoba from 1862 to 1992. It consists primarily of correspondence, photographs, biographical notes, family tree research, newspaper clippings, and land deeds pertaining to various members of the Naylor family. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Family research (1911[copied]-1990), Business affairs ([187-?]-[1975]), Property (1862-1921[photocopied]), Agnes A. Naylor (1911-1930), Benjamin V. Naylor (1874-1919), Donald B. Naylor (1914-1992), Elizabeth Bessie Naylor ([190-?]-1960), George B. Naylor (1901-1985), Grace A. Naylor (1902-1959), Herbert V. Naylor (1913-1917, 1987), Rev. William H. Naylor (1910-1990), Other Naylor Photographs ([186-?]-1929), and Boats and Shipping ([187-?]-[191-?]).

Professional life

The sub-series contains primary source material on the professional activities of Herbert Derick from 1941 to 1993. It consists of correspondence, legal documents, a scrapbook . The sub-series is comprised of the followings files; Department of Immigration (1948-1959), Southern Canada Power Co. Ltd. (1947-1963), Industrial Commissioners Association ([196-?]-1969), Royal Canadian Air Force ([1941?]-1993), Royal Canadian Air Force Association Legion (1949-1972), Political involvement (1984-1986), Property (1956-1991), Scrapbooks ([196-?]-[198-?]), Department of Industry and Commerce (1963-1980), Education (1935), Correspondence-general (1956-1968, 1991), Curriculum vitae (1960).

Photographs

The series contains primary source material on photographs. It consists of photographs of the Derick family and other families, landscape and places within the Eastern Townships. The series is comprised of the following sub-series; Derick family ([18--?]-[199-?]), Other families ([18--?]-[19--?]), Group Photographs ([1900?]-[19--?]), Unidentified people ([18--?]-[19--?]), Buildings, Landscapes, Animals ([19--?]), Places [18--?]-[19--?]), and Postcards ([19--?]).

Derick family

The sub-series contains primary source material on photographs of members of the Derick family. The sub-series is comprised of the following files; Group Photographs, Herbert R. Derick (1920-[199-?]), Truman G. Derick ([188-?]), Mary Mott Derick ([188-?]), Homer Derick ([188-?]), Rodney F. Derick ([188-?]), Angie Derick ([188-?]), Morris Colton Derick ([18--?]), Phoebe Derick ([18--?]), Liman Derick ([18--?]), R.B Derick ([18--?]), and Other Derick's ([18--?]-[19--?]).

Other families

The sub-series contains primary source material on photographs of families connected to the Derick family. The sub-series is comprised of the following files; MacFie ([19--?]-[195-?]), Struthers ([18--?]-1988), Luke ([19--?]), Herbert G. Wilson ([19--?]), John Gilmore ([19--?]), Simpson ([19--?]), Naylor ([19--?]-1958), Geer ([18--?]-[19--?]), Thompson (1897), Eaton ([19--?]), Hunter ([186-?]-[189-?]), Townsend ([18--?]), Nolen ([19--?]), Scott ([19--?]), Stevens (1992), EB Taylor ([1919?]), George ([18--?]-[19--?]), Darby (1820-1928), Group Photographs ([1900?]-[19--?]) C.G Lyon ([19--?]), Kenneth Clarkson ([194-?]), Bishop Fulford ([18--?]), and E.H O'Toole (1940).

Geer

The file consists of photographs of the following: Esther Geer and a brother, Clare Geer, Edmund Geer, Mamie Geer, and Walter Geer.

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