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Lists of Electors

The file consists of printed electoral lists from 1896 to 1980 and two maps, one of Sherbrooke and the other of Megantic-Compton, Orford and Saint-François. The file provides information on electors in the electoral districts of Sherbrooke, Megantic-Compton Stanstead, and the Township of Cleveland (subdivision A). The lists are divided into urban polling-subdivisions and contain data such as electors' names, surnames, occupations and addresses.

St. Francis Lodge, No. 15, Freemasons (Richmond)

The file contains primary source information on St. Francis Lodge No. 15 of the Ancient Free and Accepted Masons (A.F.A.M.) in Richmond in 1949. It consists of an order of service for the Lodge's annual church service held at St. Anne's Church in Richmond on June 12, 1949. It also consists of financial statements for 1990 and 1992.

Descendants of H. Waldron and S. Woodsworth

The file consists of the descendants of H. Waldron and S. Woodsworth, compiled by Mildred Waldron. It contains family trees, some biographical information, and pictures of the children and descendants of Horace Waldron and Susan Woodsworth. The file includes 724 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

Descendants of George Matthew

The file consists of the Descendants of George Matthew, compiled by Midred Waldron. It contains family trees, and biographical information on the descandants of George Matthew, and correspondence regarding Mildred's research. The file includes 4 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

The War Years

The file consists of The War Years, a publication compiled by Midred Waldron. It contains infomation about Clifton area residents who served in the two World Wars, including clippings from The Sherbrooke Record, letters form Clifton soldiers, and some poetry.

The Family of Benjamin Waters and Martha Taylor manuscript

The file consists of the manuscript of The Family of Benjamin Waters and Martha Taylor, by Mildred Waldron. It contains mostly family trees, and biographical information on Benjamin Waters and Martha Taylor and their descendants. The file includes 7 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

High Forest Red Cross 50th Anniversary

The file consists of the publication High Forest Red Cross 50th Anniversary, compiled by Mildred Waldron. It contains a history of the Red Cross in the Clifton area, as well as information on some of the members.

Hugh E. Cairns and Sarah A. Waldron

The file consists of the publication and manuscript of Hugh E. Cairns and Sarah A. Waldron, compiled by Mildred Waldron. It contains mostly family trees, and biographical information about the Cairns family descended from Hugh and Sarah. The file includes 38 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

Family of Mary Cairns and Robert Cairns

The file consists of The Family of Mary Cairns and Robert Cairns, compiled by Mildred Waldron. It contains mostly family trees, and biographical information about the Cairns family. The file includes 54 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

The Hills of Clifton

The file consists of The Hills of Clifton, a publication compiled by Mildred Waldron. It contains a collection of poems and pictures about Clifton and its residents.

The Hills of Clifton manuscript

The file consists of a manuscript of The Hills of Clifton compiled by Mildred Waldron. It contains a collection of poems and pictures about Clifton and its residents. The file includes 109 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

Sheepskin Joe

The file consists of Sheepskin Joe, a publication compiled by Midred Waldron. It contains excerpts from the diary of Joseph Taylor Jr., known in Clifton as "Sheepskin Joe", as well as an outline of the Taylor family. The file includes 27 photographs, as well as reproductions of photographs.

1988

The file contains records relating to and created by the bonspiel committee in 1988. It consists of profit plans, correspondence sent by the bonspiel chairman, annual reports, posters, organization notes, and bonspiel results. There are also 8 photographs that were taken at the bonspiel events.

Lennoxville Curling Club (Lennoxville, Que.)

Programmes and Advertisements

The file consists of five programmes: "Soirée musicale" in aid of the funds of the 1st Lennoxville Volunteer Rifle Corps, at the Albion Hotel, Lennoxville, on 16 February 1863; "The Hidden Gem, a Shamrock Evening", at Mont Notre-Dame, Sherbrooke; Creatore and his Famous Band, at his Majesty's Theatre, Sherbrooke, on 3 May 1916; "Esther the Beautiful Queen", at Town Hall, Cookshire; Last Concert Season of Sherbrooke Symphony Orchestra at the Clement Theatre, Sherbrooke, 1 May 1911; Patriotic Concert at Sherbrooke High School, 23 May 1916; an undated programme for a Campaign Concert in Melbourne; a programme for the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra presented by Community Concert Association and performed at the Granada Theatre in 1954; Waterloo Academy Annual Concert, 8 December 1911; and a programme for Youth for Christ's theatre troupe, Refuge's performance of Streetlight in 1996. It also consists of material for Le Festival St-Zénon de Piopolis including eight programs between 2001 and 2004, correspondence, and a newspaper clipping.

Season 1989

File contains source information on the fundraising campaigns of the Piggery Theatre in 1989. It contains information on the season's budget and donors. It consists of a brochure about the finances of the Piggery Theatre.

Corporal Douglas Homer Learned, 16th (R) Armd. Regt. C.A.C.

The file contains primary source information on the military career of Corporal D.H. (Douglas Homer) Learned in 1944. It consists of a certificate of military qualification issued by the Active Militia of Canada, certifying that Sgt. D.H. Learned of the 16th Reserve Armoured Regiment Canadian Armoured Corps (C.A.C.) attended the practical examination at Richmond, QC, on April 1, 1944, and qualified as Corporal C.A.C. (Recce) Reserve.

W.K. Sanderson, Sherbrooke Hussars

The file consists of a programme for the change of command of the Sherbrooke Hussars from Lt-Col Daniel M. Braün to Lt-Col W.K. Sanderson on 6 May 2000. The document includes biographical information on Colonel Denis Belleau, Colonel Thomas Garfield Gould, Lieutenant Colonel Jack R. Garneau, Lieutenant Colonel Daniel M. Braün, and Lieutenant Colonel W.K. Sanderson.

The big black album

The file contains a big black photo album relating mostly to the professional life of Dr. Alice Maude Smith, and some personal portraits of family members. The album also contains printed souvenirs of different events in Dr. Smith's life.

Literary Rambles with Steve Luxton

The file contains four short films videoed by Rachel Garber and John Mackley, and produced and edited by John Mackley, on the life, works, and influence of four renowned Townships poets (Thomas Gray, Louis Dudek, Ralph Gustafson, and D.G. Jones). Steve Luxton, Poet in Residence of the Lennoxville Library, discusses their work and, as a younger poet, his encounters with them. Filmed in the areas where they lived in the Eastern Townships, the videos intertwine readings, discussions, and analyses to create narratives about each poet's life and work.

Mackley, John, 1959-

Lampe Foundation

The file contains primary source information on the Lampe Foundation from 2009 to 2018. It consists of a timeline for the mentoring committee, the director's and council member's information handbook, a committee report, a foundation fact sheet, a draft of the Director's and Council Member's Information Handbook, and a report to the community.

Public Relations

The file contains primary source information on the activities of the Sherbrooke & District University Women's Club Scholarship Foundation from 1999 to about 2010. It consists of a blank survey, a newspaper clipping, press releases, a poster and report for an information event.

Mentors and personnel

The file contains primary source information on the mentors and contract employees of the Sherbrooke & District University Women's Club Scholarship Foundation from 2007 to 2008. It consists of two lists of mentors and a contract for the creation of a web-based content management system.

Scholarships

The file contains primary source material on the Sherbrooke and District University Women's Club's Scholarship Foundation from about 2002 to 2019. It consists of programmes from awards nights, texts from speeches, lists of scholarships, guidelines, and photographs from awards ceremonies.

Fundraising

The file contains primary source information on the fundraising activities of the Sherbrooke & District University Women's Club Scholarship Foundation from 1994 to 2008. In particular, the activities include benefit theatre performances at the Piggery Theatre, silent auctions, and a summer market. It consists of posters and other publicity, correspondence, letters of agreement, and the text from a presentation.

Reports

The file contains primary source material on the Sherbrooke & District University Women's Club Scholarship Foundation. It consists of reports on fundraising, activities, and scholarships from 1995 to 2013.

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