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Joseph R. Ball family

The file consists of a book of poems by Joseph Rice Ball and Lillian Stuart Ball, titled "Greetings from Mapleside", which also includes photographs, from around 1900 and a custom Christmas greeting card from Henry S. Ball, dated 1907. Mapleside was the Ball family property in Waterville.

Loyal Orange Lodge, #1591 (Lennoxville and Waterville)

The series contains primary source information on the administration, activities, and finances of the Loyal Orange Lodge (#1591) in Lennoxville and Sawyerville from 1893 to 1984. It consists of minutes, membership ledgers, and a financial ledger. The series is comprised of the following files: Minutes (1893-1976), Membership (1893-1951), and Financial Documents (1928-1984)

Leisure Occupations

The file consists of 36 programmes for awards nights and graduations at Alexander Galt Regional High School, Lennoxville. The file provides information about the school's cultural events, performances, and student activities, such as plays, awards nights, graduation ceremonies, and reunions from 1973 to 1998. It is also a source of information on the Waterville School and includes a reunion souvenir booklet, newspaper clipping and program from 1989; a photograph of the Waterville classes of Grades 4, 5 and 6 from around 1940; a proficiency certificate awarded Evelyn Smith in 1916; and a programme from a performance of "Our Hearts were Young and Gay" by the Lennoxville High School Dramatic Society in 1947.

Waterville Academy, 1890

The photograph shows the students and teacher at the Waterville Academy in 1890. Among those pictured in the photograph are: John Osgood, Fred ?, Carl Swanson, Harry Sommerville, R. Dean, Ernie Flanders, ? Dean Penger, Anni McIntosh, Anson Rublee, Riss Wyman, Silvia Bean, Rosamund Little, Lily Swanson, Alice Cairnie, Winnie McIntosh, Sadie Little, Eva Bean, Alice Dean, Lizzie Hunter, Ruth Little, Mary McCourt, Mellie Little, Lizzie Burton, William Draper, Harry Bradley, and Miss Hepburn.

Group in Waterville

The photograph shows an unidentified group in Waterville from the 1910s. Among those pictured in the photograph are: (front row, l-r) Doris Calquhoun, Russell Osgood Moore, Antoinette Metevier, Mabel Ward, (second row) Mrs. Philip Calquhoun, Mrs. Herman Swanson, Mrs. Ruth Libby Knowlton (principal of school), Mrs. Alice McFadden Stafford (teacher), William Heyward, Mrs. F.G. Gale, Mary Johnson Scott, Annie McGovern Beckett, Mrs. Carl Swanson, (third row) Tom Molyneux, Mrs. Will Edgecombe, Mrs. Arthur Bell, Mrs. John Osgood, Dave Johnstone, Clara Edwards (teacher), Christie Swanson, Ted Shepherd, (fourth row) Billie Blight, Francis Gale, Ernie C., Fred St. Laurent, Posh Blier, Hugh Brodie, Carl Swanson, ? Anderson, ? Fowler, and Gilbert Lewis.

Waterville dam

Item is a photograph of two men fishing in a river, probably in Waterville though some sources identify it as Dixville, with a box factory and saw mill on either side. In the background a waterfall and wooden bridge are visible.