The series contains primary source material on the theatre involvement of the Wark family in Sherbrooke between 1916 and 1974. It consists primarily of theatre programmes, including programmes from the following theatres or troups: His Majesty's Theatre (Sherbrooke and Montreal), St. Monica's Guild at St. George's Hall (Lennoxville), Player's Club at Bishop's College School (Lennoxville), Canadian Art Theatre, Dominion Drama Festival, Bishop's University Dramatic Society, Minster Productions at La Comedie-Canadienne, Festival Lennoxville, and the Bishop's Drama Group.
The series contains primary source material on the professional, military, theatre, and community life of James H. Wark in Sherbrooke between 1911 and 1968. It consists primarily of photographs, theatre programmes, and correspondence. The series is comprised of the following files: Professional life, Military, Theatre, Community involvement, and Education.
The series contains primary source material on the life and activities of Hazel Benner. It consists of a binder from the 1996 event that celebrated Hazel Benner's involvement in children's ministry in Quebec. It contains guest lists, press clippings, reports, correspondence and drawings.
The series contains inventories recording architectural heritages in Eastern Townships. It consists of inventory forms describing and evaluating architectures and photographs of the documented buildings.
The series contain source material on the activities of the Cultural Centre of East Angus from 1978 to 1987. It consists mainly of documents on the project “J’ai Souvenir et Mémoire” from 1980 to 1983 and photographs taken by the photo club of the Cultural Centre from 1978 to 1987. The series is comprised of the following files: Administrative documents (1980-1983), Guest book of photo exhibitions (1981 and 1983) and photographs (1978-1987).
The series contains primary source material on Florence Wark (Bryant) theatre involvement in Sherbrooke between 1914 and 1933. It consists primarily of theatre programmes. The theatres represented in the programmes include: Church of the Advent Hall, McCabe's Hall, and His Majesty's Theatre.
This series contains primary source material on the professional, theatrical, and educational life of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke and New York City between 1947 and 2002. It consists primarily of photographs and theatre programmes. The series is comprised of the following files: Professional life, Theatre, and Education.
The series contains 800 photographs of East Angus and a few other places in Eastern Townships from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century. It includes a wide variety of topics such as economy, education, sport, culture, religion, family and so on. The series is comprised of the following files : Ville d’East Angus, Activités Économiques, Éducation, Pratique Religieuses, Activités Sportive, Récréatives ou Culturelles, Autres Municipalités du Haut-Saint-François, Photos de Famille and Photos Diverses.
The series contains source material collected or produced by the Société d'histoire et du patrimoine du Haut-St-François for research purpose. It consists of 75 files (more expected) under a variety of research subjects including tourism, cultural and architectural heritage, railway, history of townships and settlement, churches and religions, biographical information and other topics.
The series contains primary source material on organizations and activities of the Lennoxville United Church. It consists of minutes, reports, procedures, certificates, account books, lists of members and roll call books. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Sunday School (1908-1986), Women (1911-2015), Men (1953-1956), Youth (1906-1980), Choir (1937-1939, 1979).
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 diary contains detailed entries and includes information on Archie's travels, education, social notes, farming, leisure, weather, and includes a description of the visit of the Prince of Wales to Quebec City in 1908. The correspondence includes details on Archie's military career during WWI. The series is comprised of the following files: Diary (1907-1911) and Military Career (1912-1932).
The series contains source material on the Société d'Histoire et du Patrimoine du Haut-Saint-François from 1996 to 2000 when Allen Martin was on the board of administration. It consists mainly of correspondence, letters of invitation, notices of meetings, agendas, minutes, financial reports, budget reports, plans and reports of activities, bylaw, newsletters, announcements of a publication release and opening of the interpretation center in 1997 and 1999.
The series contains source material on the Megantic-Compton Cemetery and Church Association. It consists of a name tag of Allan Martin in a workshop, a newsletter in 1995, a map of the cemeteries and churches in the county, an invitation of a conference on cemetery heritage in 1997, a report of the association in 1998, an invitation letter from Richmond Country Historical Society to its activities in 2000.
The file contains mainly the correspondence between Allen and Ethel Martin and others from the 1960s to the 1990s and a few other miscellaneous documents from 1979 to 1981. Most of the correspondence were from Martins' friends or relatives, and it includes a variety of topics such as invitations, greetings and thank-you cards and letters, replies to inquiries on family history and other updates. It also includes a diary of 1979, a treasurer's report of St. Paul's Rest Home of Bury in 1979 when Allen Martin was a member of its financial committe, a notice for an election of the Ordre des Comptables Agréés du Québec in 1980 and a letter by Allen Martin as a member of Ordre CPA in 1981, a notice of opening for positions of the Corporation Professionnelle des Comptables en Administration Industrielle du Québec, a notice from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, a question list of an oral history project: The Eastern Townships During World War II in 1979, a name list for the request for messages for wedding and birthday anniversaries from the Prime Minister in 1983 and a census of Bury in 1842.
The series contains source material on the Canada Day celebrations in Bury and Quebec in 1970s and 1980s. It consists of newsletters, programmes, correspondence, reports, agendas, minutes and 1 photograph of Allen Martin around the Canada Day celebrations. The series is comprised of the following files: Canada Day in Bury (1977-1989) and Canada Day in Quebec (1983, 1984).
The series contain source material on the Quebec Liberal Party in the county of Megantic-Compton from 1979 to 1985. It consists of a variety of documents on the provincial and federal elections and the liberal party, such as correspondence, reports of budget and expense, newsletters and leaflets, invitations, meeting agendas, instructions and manuals for organizing elections, lists of polls and electors and the party members, receipts of donations and membership fees and so on. The series is comprised of the following files: Quebec General Election in 1981, Quebec By-Election in 1983, Federal Election in 1984, National Leadership Convention in 1984 and Membership and Finance.
This series contains source material on the Quebec referendum and the campaign for “No” in the county of Megantic-Compton in 1980. It consists of agendas, plans and other information for the “No” campaign, correspondence during and after the campaign, invitations to celebration of the successful campaign and speeches on it, and the official results of the referendum in the county of Megantic-Compton. The series is comprised of the following files: Opening of the “No” Campaign (1980), “No” Campaign and the Celebration (1980), The Official Results of the Referendum(1980).
The series contains source material on various activities of St. Helen's School from 1894 to around the 1950s. It includes a blank application form, a visitors register, pamphlets, a written tribute to Miss Hague, a time table with house rules, and correspondence to parents concerning influenza in 1919 and a letter from a parent concerning their child's exams.
The series contains source material on the activities of St. Helen's School from 1879 to 1964. It includes information on the history of the school, staff, school work, regulations dress code, fees and courses offered. It consists of school calendars.
The series contains the academics, students, and activities from St. Helen's School from 1879 to 1951. It consists of attendance registers, student results for the provincial examinations, province-wide exam results, piano exam results, awards and graduation ceremonies programmes and invitations. The series is comprised of the following files: Attendance registers (1894-1910), Examination results (1897-1909), Music examinations (1941), Ceremonies (1879-1912, 1951).
The series consists of primary source material about Margaret Armour Sellers and her classmates during her time as a student at St. Helen's School in Dunham from 1946 to 2020. It consists of a scrapbook Margaret assembled while a student at St. Helen's School in 1946, her prefect sash, a letter from classmate Margaret Gowan regarding the closure of St. Helen's in 1972 which was accompanied by a copy of newspaper article, and letter from Margaret Armour Sellers about her donation of the material.
The file contains source material on the annual activities of St. Helen's School from 1898 to 1971. It includes information on the number of pupils courses offered, and revenues and expenses. It contains annual reports to the province and an inspector's report.
The series contains source material on the financial activities of St. Helen's School from 1901 to 1918. It consists of financial ledgers. The series is comprised of the following files: Student accounts (1901-1909), Cash books (1901-1918), General ledger (1901-1909), and Endowment Fund (1907).