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.