The series contains source material on the activities of the administration of the Piggery Theatre from 1964 to 1990. It contains the following series: Constituent and Historical Documents ([1964?]-1990), Board of Directors (1964-1990), Administrative Planning (1980), Committees ([196-?]-1990), and Legal Affairs (1964-1987).
The series contains primary source material on the history and administration of the Sherbrooke and District University Women's Club. It consists of certificates, constitutions and by-laws, reports, news clippings, speeches, correspondence and advertisement. It is comprised of the following files: History (1975-2018), Constitution and Charter (1968-2003) and Anniversaries (1993-2008).
The file contains primary source material on the history of the Sherbrooke and District University Women's Club. It consists of a history of the Sherbrooke and District University Women's Club; a certificate; 25th, 40th, and 50th anniversary club histories; brochures; and pamphlets.
The file contains primary source material for the One-Room Schoolhouse Project. It consists of oral, transcribed and written interviews and questionnaires completed by teachers and students of one-room schoolhouses.
The series contains information on the history of the celts in Compton County compiled approximately 1979. It includes information on the Celtic Research Group, the Isle of Lewis, resources for the research of the Celts of Lewis, the settlement of the Celts of Lewis to the Eastern Townships, and the future out-migration of these Celts. It contains a copy of the four volume work entitled, "Celts of Compton County" assembled by the Celtic Research Group.
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. 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.
The file contains primary source information on the geography, architecture and communities of villages in Foucault Township from around 1906 to 1954. It consists of postcard views of Clarenceville (now Saint-Georges-de-Clarenceville), Noyan and along the Richelieu River.
The file contains primary source information on the educational achievements of F.S. Coburn from 1887 to 1928. It consists of diplomas and certificates obtained by the artist from the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Eastern Townships Agricultural Association.
The file contains primary source biographical information on F.S. Coburn, as compiled by Evelyn Coburn from 1954 to 1986. It consists of a biographical sketch of Coburn, and a chronology of important events in his life.