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Leslie Hall Jenks

The series contains primary source information on the Valley Road extension in Barnston from 1877 to 1884, going from Barnston Corner to Compton Centre. It consists of a letter addressed to Dr. Leslie Jenks giving notice of a public meeting the extension, two notices of valuation in the expropriation of the land and declaration of support for the Valley Road project. It also consists of information on L.H. Jenks (accounts, receipts, insurance) and correspondence from 1875 to 1914.

Jenks, Leslie Hall, 1849-1910

Miscellaneous

The series contains primary source information on John Nathaniel Jenks, various community members and groups, and Coaticook from 1870 to 1947. It consists of a tuition receipt from Dartmouth College for John Nathaniel Jenks from 1870; a letter from S.P. Robins about a teacher- Maud Lambs in 1884; a insurance certificates for Mrs. N.W. Jencks and Joseph J. Murphy; a bill from the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Montreal in 1914; quarterly returns for the Independent Order of Good Templars (Faithful Lodge, No. 57) from 1875-1875; a letter from F. Judd in 1947; a ticket for the Ladies Gallery of the House of Commons; and a souvenir booklet from Coaticook's Old Home Week in 1914. The souvenir booklet contains many photographs from around Coaticook, including: views of Coaticook, East Hatley, Pleasant Street, Grand Central Hotel, Thorndyke Hotel, Coaticook House, Lt.-Col. A.C. Hanson, Major G.W. Paige, the Catholic Church, G.L. Masten, John Todd, P.F. Durocher's residence, A.O. Norton's residence, C.H. Lovell's residence, A. Gerin's residence, Dr. D.A. Robinson's residence, M.B. Lovell's residence, J.L. Allard's residence, E.B. Parker's residence, the Coaticook Cornet Band, Wellington Street, Bank of Commerce, Royal Bank of Canada, Dr. G.A. Trenholme's residence, Barnston Corners, Penman's Ltd., A. Gerin's creamery, Coaticook fire brigade, Fox & Christie's store, N.L. Vincent's store, J.H. Knapp's residence, Coaticook Academy, officers of the 26th Stanstead Dragoons, Officers of the 7th Brigade CFA, George W. Paige's residence, J.A. Parker's residence, E.F. Tomkins' residence, Belding Paul Factory, Father Martin's residence, Hatley hotel, P.B. Buckland's farm, Webster & Son store, D.S. Bachand's residence, F.E. Lovell's residence, H.C. Fontaine's residence, Cutting Street, Compton Street, train station, Barnston Corner, A. Adams' store, Dr. Damon, Dr. Jenks, Coaticook High School, the Convent, Anglican church, Methodist Church, Neider's Hose Factory, H. Verret's residence, W.L. Shurtleff's residence, Norton's Jack Factory, E.P. Dupuis' residence, F.E. Lovell, Aaron Adams, J.B. Gendreau, B.J. Smith & Son store, L.M. Thomas, and Richard Baldwin.

Abbott Cushing Jenks

The series contains primary source information on the life of Abbott Jenks from 1905 to 1941 in Coaticook. It consists of a report card; certificates; a passport; a land deed between Abbot and his brother, Archie; a newspaper article on the Jenks brothers donation of a silver cup for boys at the Coaticook High School; a registration certificate from the Canadian Kennel Club; a promissory note to A.A. Hall; a membership certificate and cards for the Victoria Lodge of the Oddfellows in Coaticook; and a membership certificate and card for the Order of the Eastern Star. The passport includes two photographs of Abbott Jenks and Irene (Buckland) Jenks. The series is comprised of the following files: Education ([1905]-1911) and Personal Life (1910-1941).

Jenks, Abbott Cushing, 1893-1957

Photographs

The series contains primary source information on members of the Jenks from around the 1880s to the 1920s in Coaticook. It consists of photographs, one showing Archie and Abbott in front of the family home in Coaticook, one showing Abbott leading a cow, one of a Jenks baby (probably Charles Nathaniel Jenks, son of Leslie), two of the Jenks family home in Coaticook one of John Hall, son of Lucy Denison (Jenks) Hall; one of two young men (possibly Archie Jenks) costumed for McGill Theatre Night in 1913, one of a McGill sports team (cricket) labelled "Northfield 1912", one of a group of young men on the lawn in front of Macdonald College in Montreal, two of a group of boys and a group of girls from Stanstead College, two of theatre production, one of an unidentified group standing on a lawn with cleaning supplies, one of Winnie Buckland, one of Fred Gilman, two school groups, one of Sisco United Church in Coaticook, one of a woman with the Pinacle in the background, and an unidentified young man in uniform with the Union Jack.

Archie Nathaniel Jenks

The series contains primary source information on the life and military career of Archie N. Jenks from 1907 to 1932. It consists mainly of a dairy and correspondence. The series is comprised of the following files: Diary (1907-1911) and Military Career (1912-1932).

Jenks, Archie, 1889-1938

Communications and Information

The series contains source material on the events, workshops, news, objectives, co-ordinator's message, calendar, publications, centre briefs, and information on the status of women in Quebec from 1981 to 2019. It consists of agendas and minutes from the Table de concertation des centres de femmes en Estrie, booklets, suggested materials to purchase, Centre advertisements, Centre's Constitution (photocopy), contacts, correspondence, general group organization methods, information on Status of Women Council, monthly newsletters, monthly programs, newspaper clippings, Nichole's Newsletters, notes, pamphlets, petitions, posters advertisements, questions for Centraide grant application, report by Centre on Pornography and Prostitution, report and results of questionnaire "Women in the Home" and workshop materials. The series is comprised of the following files: Center Advertisements (1985-1996), Monthly Newsletters (1981-2019), External Relations (1981-1984).

Finances

The series contains information on the financial resources of the Eastern Townships Protestant Colonization Association from 1943 to 1963. It consists of correspondence, a balance sheet, and receipts. The series is comprised of the following files: Funding (1943-1960), Balance sheet (1963), School lunches (1954-1960).

Land management

The series contains primary source information on land management by the Eastern Townships Protestant Colonization Association in Lawrence Colony from 1945 to 1962. It consists primarily of list of colonists, correspondence. The series if comprised of the following files: Lists of colonists (1945-1962), Taxes (1951-1961), Lot inquiries (1947-1962).

History

The series contains information on Lawrence colony, St. Lawrence's Anglican Church and the Eastern Townships Protestant Colonization Association from 1955 and the 1990s. It consists of two written histories and a blank letterhead.

Administration

The series contains primary source information on the administration of the Eastern Townships Protestant Colonization Association from 1960 to 1962. It consists of a minute book, correspondence, and a list of administrators. The series is comprised of the following files: Minutes (1961-1962), Correspondence (1960-1962), List of officers (1960).

Royal Oaktree Chater

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the Royal Oaktree Chapter from 1960 to 1970. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Demande de charte (1960), Rapports annuels (1961-1967), États financiers (1962-1970), and Documents divers (1960-1965).

Sherbrooke Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the Sherbrooke Chapter from 1960 to 1970. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative (1974-1977), Rapports annuels (1977-1985), Ressources financières générales (1975-1984), Ressources financières - Maison I.O.D.E. (1978-1983), Listes des membres (1974-1976), Correspondance générale (1974-1985), and Documents divers (1981-1983).

De Laval Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the De Laval Chapter from 1939 to 1956. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative (1939-1956), Rapports annuels (1941-[195-?]), Ressources financières (1945-1955), Liste des membres (1955), Correspondance générale (1953-1954), and Documents divers (1939-1956).

Admiral Sir Dudley Pound

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the the Admiral Sir Dudley Pound Chapter from after 1942 to 1974. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative ([194-?]-1973),Rapports annuels ([après 1942]-1974), Ressources financières (1945-1974), Listes des membres ([195-?]-[197-]), Correspondance générale (1960-1973), Coupures de presse (1954-1965), and Documents divers ([195-?]-[197-]).

Aldershot Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the Aldershot Chapter from 1939 to 2001. Documents giving information about the activities and fundraisers organized by the chapter (such as dances, tea parties or fashion shows); about their adoptive school in Black Tickle, Labrador; and photos of the members during gatherings. Unusual pieces, such as three buttons and a scrapbook, along with a red scare alert, can be found respectively in Objects divers and in Documents divers. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative (1951-2001), Rapports annuels (1941-2001), Ressources financières (1940-2001), Membres (1948-1997), Correspondance (1953-1997), Coupures de presse (1940-2000), Documents divers (1945-1991), Bourse étudiant Alexander Galt (1977-2000), St. Peter’s School, Labrador (1985-2000), Activités (1947-1998), Photo ([197-?]-[1984?]), Évènement Spécial (1959-2001), and Objets Divers ([195-?]-1967).

Elizabeth S. Hume Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the Elizabeth S. Hume Chapter from 1941 to 1947. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Procès-verbaux (1941-1946), Rapports annuels (1943-1947), Ressources financières (1941-1947), and Coupure de presse (1942).

Duke of Wellington Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the Duke of Wellington Chapter from after 1911, to 1974. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative ([après 1911]-1973), Rapports annuels ([194-?]-1974), Ressources financières (1933-[1974?]), Listes des membres (1945-1972), Correspondance générale ([194-?]-1974), Coupures de presse ([après 1911]-[197-]), Documents divers ([195-?]-1972), and Photo ([197-?]).

53rd Regiment Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the 53rd Regiment Chapter from after 1913, to 1974. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative (1918-1971), Rapports annuels (1934-1974), Ressources financières (1935-1974), Listes des membres ([1943?]-[1974?]), Correspondance générale (1953-1956), Coupures de presse ([après 1913]), Liste honorifique ([1918?]), Documents divers (1943-1970), and Recherche Historique ([Around 1941]).

Sir John Sherbrooke Chapter

The series provides primary sources regarding the work of the Sir John Sherbrooke Chapter from 1931 to 1963. The series is composed of the following sub-series: Organisation administrative (1931-1963), Rapports annuels (1941-1963), Ressources financières (1945-1963), Listes des membres (1958-1962), and Documents divers ([après 1945]-1962).

King George V Chapter

The series provides primary sources on the work realized by the King George V Chapter from 1910 to 1961. The series is composed of the following sub-series:Administrative organisation (1910-1960), Rapports annuels ([1916?]-1960), Ressources financières (1931-1961), Listes des membres (1942-1955), and Documents divers ([191-]-[1959?])

General Correspondence

The series provides primary sources on the correspondence of the municipal chapter of Sherbrooke from 1910 and after, to 1975. The correspondence are mostly between the provincial and national chapters and the different primary chapters under the municipal jurisdiction.

Annual Reports

The series provides primary sources on the annual reports produced by the municipal chapter of Sherbrooke from 1910 and after, to 1974. The series contains the following files: Activity reports (1943-1974), Newly elected directors (1949-1974), Secrétaire adjointe (1955-1974), Education (1949-1974), Echoes ([1949]-1973), Membership (1948-1974), Standard-bearer (1955-1974), National and international services ([195-]-1972), Citizenship (1948-1974), Public relations ([after1910]-1974), Commonwealth relations (1952-1970), War effort (1941-1950), Veterans (1940-1952), Empire and international affairs ([after 1910]-1970), Cinema (1949-1961), and Other committees (1949-1968).

Financial Resources

The series provides primary sources on the financial resources of the municipal chapter of Sherbrooke from 1913 to 1983. The series is composed of the following sub-series: General (1913-1974), Maison IODE (1946-1978), and Property (1981-1983).

Administrative Organisation

The series provides primary sources on the administrative organisation of the municipal chapter of Sherbrooke from after 1910 to 1985. The series is composed of the following files: History ([1944?]-1949), Constituent documents (1912-1969), Procedures ([after 1910]-1973), Lists of directors ([after 1910]-1973), and Minutes (1925-1985).

Public Relations

The series contains source material on public relations information produced by the St. Francis Valley Naturalists' Club 1979 to 2010. The series consists of newspaper articles and magazine articles.

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