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Jo Cooper

The series contains primairy sources on Dr. Ross' assistant's work from 1977 to 1987. The series contains the following files: Hiring and Expenses (1986); Contact Information ([1986 or 1987]); Repositories of Info. ([1986 or 1987]); General Information ([1986 or 1987]); Newspapers Info. (1986-1987); Maps & Photos Info. ([1986 or 1987]); Interviews (1977-1987) Work and Daily Outlines (1986-1987).

Manda T. Cushing family fonds

  • CA ETRC P208
  • Fonds
  • 1806-1926

The fonds contains primary source information on the work, property and education of Manda T. Cushing family, as well as on other early residents in the Stanstead and Barnston areas from 1820 to 1885. It consists of correspondence, land deeds, promissory notes, insurance papers and accounts. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Manda Thurber Cushing (1820-1885), Charles Jackson Cushing (1873-1884, 1906) and Miscellaneous (1806-1877).

Cushing, Manda Thurber, 1798-1885

Miscellaneous

The series contains primary source information about various members of the Cushing family as well as early settlers in the Stanstead area from 1806 to 1920. It consists of land deeds, correspondence, an invitation and a promissory note. The series is comprised of the following files: Property transactions (1806-1870) and Other Cushing family (1847-1885, 1920).

Other Cushing family

The file contains primary source information about various members of the Cushing family from 1847 to 1885, 1920. It consists of a document by George Shaw Cushing giving Manda T. Cushing power of attorney, correspondence regarding an account with A. Gilbert, a newspaper subscription, a letter from E.A. Cushing to his sister, a photograph of George Cushing, a recommendation letter by Charles C. Colby for Edward Abbott Cushing to A.B. Foster, an invitation to a public debate by McGill's University Literary Society to Miss Cushing, and a document by a number of subscribers - including M.W. Cushing - committing to contribute to the salary of Joseph Chandler, minister of the Barnston Baptist Church.

Charles Jackson Cushing

The series contains primary source information on romantic relationships, agriculture, roads and education from 1873 and 1926. It consists of a certificate appointing Cushing as the Lodge Deputy for the Faithful Lodge of the Independent Order of Good Templars, correspondence addressed to Charles J. Cushing from a newlywed J.F. Robinson in Floyd, Iowa; and from H. Hubbard, D.C. Delana, Maud Lamb, Isabella Grant, Thomas A. Armstrong, and I. Fitzgerald regarding the hiring of a teacher at Barnston Academy (the candidates were Helen A. Rankin, Mary E. Armitage, I. Fitzgerald, Maud Lamb, Mrs. A. Armstrong, Isabella Grant, . It also consists of statement by Charles J. Cushing regarding a dispute with Leslie Washburn regarding municipal roads from 1906, a property tax statement, and receipts (largely Coaticook businesses).

Manda T. Cushing

The series contains primary source information on the work and property of Manda T. Cushing in Stanstead and Barnston from 1820 to 1885. It consists of land deeds, correspondence, accounts and promissory notes. The series is comprised of the following files: Property transactions (1827-1877), Promissory notes (1820-1870), Accounts (1825-1880), Insurance (1844-1885), and Correspondence (1858-1875).

Promissory notes

The file contains primary source material on Manda T. Cushing's professional life as a saddler and harness-marker in Stanstead and Barnston from 1820 to 1870. The file is also of interest for information on early residents in these areas. It consists of promissory notes.

Correspondence

The file contains primary source information on farming and business affairs involving Manda T. Cushing in Barnston, Sherbrooke and Windsor from 1858 to 1875. It consists of correspondence from S. Baldwin, P. Sutton, Charles Adams, and Adam Farquhar.

Accounts

The file contains primary source information on the finances and professional life of Manda T. Cushing as a farmer and saddler in Stanstead and Barnston from 1825 to 1880. It is also a source of information on agriculture during that time period. It consists of accounts for construction material and goods, notes on work done and account standings with Adams and Humphrey.

Insurance

The file contains primary source information on Manda T. Cushing's property in Barnston from 1844 to 1885. It consists of insurance policies and includes information on the buildings situated on his property as well as on the farm equipment he owned.

Students Related Materials

The file consists of a catalogue of the officers and students from Stanstead Seminary (now Stanstead College), for 1841-1842; one manuscript school notebook dated 1854; a poem, dated April 1900; an autograph book, dated 1924; and a baccalaureate programme, dated 1926. The poem, called "Vive Montjoie", is by Dolor Biron, a philosophy student at the Séminaire Saint-Charles Borromée of Sherbrooke. The file provides information on geology, geography, religion, and literature as school subjects. The autograph book provides information on Florence Mead's time as a student at Macdonald College, School for Teachers, including entries from numerous students from the Eastern Townships, lesson plan assignments, observation lessons and a timetable. The programme is for the Sherbrooke High School baccalaureate service held at Plymouth Church in Sherbrooke. The notebook from Bertha Ralston provides information on school lessons from the area of West Brome.

Students

The subseries contains source material regarding students from various educational institutions throughout the Eastern Townships from 1854 to 1998. It contains the following files: Examination Reports (1909-1936), Students Related Material (1854-1923), Leisure Occupations (1916-1998), Student's Council of Lennoxville High School (1935), and School Newspapers (1986-1994).

Education

The series contains source material on education in the Eastern Townships from 1839 to 1998. It contains the following subseries: School Accountancy (1830-1914), Supervision(1830-1904), Students (1842-1998), Associations (1917-1965), Professors (1998), and Buildings and property (1953).

Barbara Wark

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.

Wark, Barbara (1930-)

Jennifer Mitton

The file contains primary source material on the correspondence of Matrix editor Philip Lanthier (writing from Lennoxville, QC) and writer Jennifer Mitton (writing from Vancouver, BC) from about 1987 to 1991. It consists of six letters from Mitton to Lanthier, one novel synopsis, project description, and budget for an Explorations Grant, copies of Jennifer Mitton's stories "Coppertone," "With A Mother in Such Pain" and "Bring Rain, Bring Water," copies of her work in the New Quarterly, the Malahat, the Fiddlehead and the Moosehead Anthology, her resume, and two newspaper clippings with reviews of Mitton's work.

John Philip Derick

The sub-series contains information on the life John P. Derick in Noyan from 1816 to 1853. It consists of land transactions and a last will and testament.

Bertha Ralston's notebook

The item is a school notebook, consisting of lesson notes and plans, kept by Berth Ralston from 1891-1902 in West Bolton and following her move to New Hampshire. Bertha B. Ralston was the daughter of Edward Ralston and Carrie Williamson of West Bolton; she was born in 1868, died 1957. Bertha Ralston married Arthur Foster Sumner in 1894 in West Bolton, Quebec. The later moved to Concord, New Hampshire, where they lived until sometime after 1910.

John Derick

The file contains primary source information on the life of John Derick from 1837 to 1852. It consists of an inventory of the estate of John Derick and Ophelia Edy Derick, John Derick's last will and testament, a custom house receipt, certificate of appointment to Pay Master Sergeant of the 3rd Militia Battalion of Rouville, and repayment receipts.

Derick, John (1810-1855)

Other Types of Artwork

The sub-subseries contains primary source material on the artistic submissions to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from around 1974 to 1986. It consists of transparencies, sketches, photographs of sketches, one explanatory note, and one collage of a cover layout.

Other Artists

The file contains primary source material on drawings by various artists which were submitted to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from about 1974 to 1988. It consists of eleven sketches, some signed (by "Maxwell", for example,) and some unsigned, portraying a variety of subject matter including people, animals, and scenery.

G. Hatfield

The file contains primary source material on G. Hatfield's artworks which were submitted to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) around 1978. It consists of five pen-and-ink drawings done by the artist.

Margaret Bremner

The file contains primary source material related to the submission of Margaret Bremner's works of art to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from sometime around 1985 to 1986. It consists of one postcard addressed to Matrix from Bremner, one photocopy of the envelope in which some of the drawings were donated, labeled "ART WORK, BREMNER, PURCHASED JAN 15 /86", and 8 pen-and-ink sketches by the artist.

Drawings

The sub-subseries contains primary source material on the drawings submitted to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from about 1974 to 1988. It consists of a postcard, a photocopied envelope, and twenty-eight sketches done by various artists. The sub-subseries is comprised of the following files: Margaret Bremner ([1985-1986?]), G. Hatfield ([1978?]), K. Williams (1985), Other Artists ([1974-1988?]).

Artwork

  • CA ETRC P220-005-01
  • Sub-series
  • [1913-1921], [1974-1995?]
  • Part of Matrix magazine

The subseries contains primary source material on the artistic submissions to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from 1913 to 1921, and from about 1974 to 1995. It consists of photographs, sketches, transparencies, a collage, and few textual records. The subseries is comprised of the following sub-subseries: Drawings ([1974-1988?]), Photographs ([1913-1921?], [1974-1995?]), Other Types of Artwork ([1974-1986?]).

Design Process

  • CA ETRC P220-005
  • Series
  • [1913-1921], [1974-1995?]
  • Part of Matrix magazine

The series contains primary source material from 1913 to 1921 and from about 1974 to 1995, related to the design process of Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC). It consists of photographs, sketches, transparencies, a collage, and a variety of textual records including poetry and instructions for creating a magazine layout. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Artwork ([1913-1921], [1974-1995?]), Literary Submissions ([1974-1988?]), Layout ([1974-1988?]).

Advertising

The file contains primary source material on the advertisements of Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from approximately 1974 to 1978, and probably around 1985. It consists of Canadian Periodical Publishers' Association promotional material (one bookmark and one catalogue) advertising Matrix, one record of readers' positive comments about the magazine, one promotional flyer for the May 1978 double issue, one subscription form, and one group of notes and advertisement material.

Promotional Material

The series contains primary source promotional material related to the activities of Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from approximately 1974 to sometime after 1985. It consists of newspaper clippings, subscription forms, reviews, flyers, and Canadian Periodical Publishers' Association advertisements. The series is comprised of the following files: Press Clippings ([1984?]-[after 1985?]), Advertising ([1974-1978]-[1985?]).

Administrative History

The file contains primary source material on the administrative history from 1974 to about 1985 of Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC). It consists of six pages of handwritten notes (presumably written by editor Philip Lanthier) discussing the founding of the magazine and the years which followed.

Finances

The file contains primary source material on the finances of Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) in 1987. It consists of one piece of correspondence addressed to Mr. Luc Jutras of the Canadian Council, discussing the financial state of Matrix as it pertained to the grant application to which it was to be attached.

Subscriptions

The file contains primary source material related to the subscriptions to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC) from around 1988. It consists of four pieces of correspondence which discuss subscriptions to the magazine.

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