This file contains primary source material on the professional life of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke between 1952 and 1999. It consists primarily of a scrapbook from Barbara's nursing training and later career, as well as a telephone directory, newspaper clippings, and identification cards from Barbara's time as a reporter.
Item is an interview of Edward "Teddy" Green about his experience working at the Eustis copper mines by W. Gillies Ross in October 1965. Included in the interview are the subjects of mining accidents, working conditions, mining methods, use of communication in the mines, entertainment and leisure, WWI and marriage, and Black people from North Carolina working in the mines.
Item is a photograph of (standing, l-r) Mary Copping, Ellen Maria "Nell" Copping Morgan, Sarah "Lail" Copping Barrow, (seated, l-r) Jane L. Copping Johnston, Elizabeth Copping, and Margaret Copping Roberts.
Item is a photograph postcard of the C.P.R. Station and train tracks in Cookshire, there is a group of people at the station waiting for the incoming train. The photograph was probably taken around 1911.
The item contains information on Georges Frederick Bowen's professionnal life. It is a letter offering to bargain with another proprietor to solve a mistake made by the Municipality of Weedon, sent by the British American Land Company, represented by L.B. Langford.
The file contains primary source information on the personal life, family, and community involvement of Morris (a.k.a. Mott) C. Derick in Noyan from 1867 to 1924. It consists of correspondence from friends and family, as well as letters composed by M.C. Derick. Included among the postcard correspondence are two addressed to Morris' wife, Elizabeth Beerwort. It also contains a ticket for the Harvest Home Festival for Noyan and Clarenceville from 1867 and a membership card for the Farmers Club of Noyan.