Series presents the activities of the Zouaves pontificaux, in particular the Coaticook company (2nd battalion, 5th company), from 1891 to 1968. It consists of programmes from special events, regiment statues, two issues of the Journal de l'Association des Zouaves, and photographs.
Series illustrates the research works prepared by Yves Robillard in the 2000s. It consists of manuscripts and printed articles. The series is composed of the following files: History of Baldwin Mills, 1825 census, Samuel Dunbar and the Niger River, and Manuscripts: digital copies.
File presents a collection of selected works by Albert Gravel, originally written in the early part of the 20th century. It consists of “Suagothel ou expédition du Major Robert Rogers sur le village abenakis de St-François en 1759 pour par les grandes-fourches (Sherbrooke),” and “Prémier flot de loyalistes au Canada et dans les Townships de l’Est” by Albert Gravel, as well as research notes by Yves Robillard.
Series presents information on the life of Wilbrod Labbé from around 1935 to 2001. It consists of an unaddressed letter to a love interest, auction announcements, and two anniversary souvenirs for Mr. Labbé and his wife, Clara.
File presents information on Way’s Mills in the 20th century. It consists of research notes, photocopies photographs of houses, reproduced and annotated maps, other research documents, and a copy of “Americans on the Niger: the settlers of Way’s Mills” by Anne Leydet.
Series consists of two photographs of Coaticook from about the 1890s, one showing a panoramic view of Coaticook North and one of two commercial buildings, possibly located on Child or Main (Principale) Street.
File contains views of the town of Coaticook from about the 1940s. It consists of photographs views of buildings and streets in Coaticook, including the Cameron store, properties belonging to Davila Poulin, Pierre Rodrigue, Émile Faucher, and Antonio Tremblay, and Gendreau, St-Jacques, and St-Marc Streets. Photographs include some views of farming scenes.
The item is a photograph of a city view of Coaticook taken from the railway bridge over Main Street, with the second Methodist Church (destroyed by fire in 1923) and St-Jean-l'Évangéliste (constructed in1914) visible in the background, taken around 1915.
Series composed of photocopied receipts from businesses in Coaticook from 1876 to 1901. Included among the businesses are: H.W. Edwards Carriages and Sleighs; Lovell & Sons Flour, Grain and Produce; A.H. Cummings Doors & Sashes; Jasmin & Bro Furniture and Lumber; O.M. Moulton General Store; Merrill Bros Soaps, Tallow and Oil; J.C. Ayling Bricklayer and general mason; E.P. Dupuis Dry Goods and Furs; C.A. Kenney Stoves, Tin and Hardware; Stanislas Bachand General Store; P.T. Baldwin & Son Flour, Grain and Feed; Fox & Nunns Dry Goods; A.L. Dupuis General Store; P. Ledoux Blacksmith.
File presents information on the Vaillancourt family in the Coaticook region. It consists of research notes, interview notes, research documents, an obituary, and a reproduction of a photograph of the wedding of Valère Vaillancourt and Anne-Marie Arsenault.