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Osias Dupuis

Item is a reproduced photograph of Osias Dupuis with an unidentified soldier in his military uniform from about 1918. Osias Dupuis enlisted with the 2nd Depot Battalion, 2nd Quebec Regiment and served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force during World War I. Later on, he became the first janitor of the Académie Sacre-Coeur in Coaticook in 1943.

Lefebvre family

Item is a photograph of Adéline, Normand, Francella, and David Lefebvre in Coaticook from about 1921.

Administration

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 It contains the following series: Constituent and Historical Documents ([1964?]-1990), Board of Directors (1964-1990), Administrative Planning (1980), Committees ([196-?]-1990), and Legal Affairs (1964-1987).

Historical and Constituent Documents

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).

History

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.

Interviews

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.

Personal Life

The series contains source material on Henry J. and Florence Cordy's social activities from 1906 to 1911 and on Henry J. Cordy's family, career, and involvement in the community. It is comprised of the following three files.

Eustis miners

The item is a photograph of a group of miners from the Eustis mines from around 1900, pictured with tools and lunch pails.

Beliefs

The file contains primary source information on the beliefs associated with the North Hatley Unitarian Universalist Church in 1971 and sometime after 1977. It consists of one pamphlet and one statement describing the beliefs of the Church

Reports

The file contains primary source information on the buildings and property of the North Hatley Unitarian Universalist Church from 1965 to 1987. It consists of reports of the House and Properties Committees regarding the conditions of Church properties.

Services

The file contains primary source information on the services of the North Hatley Unitarian Universalist Church from 1958 to about 1990, and from 1995 to 2011. It consists primarily of Order of Service documents from regular and special services, with a few press clippings, song sheets, readings, and pieces of correspondence.

Chaplaincy

The file contains primary source information on chaplaincy with regard to the North Hatley Unitarian Universalist Church from 1961 to 1975. It consists of one translated copy of the United Church of Canada's "Book of Common Order" (French version), one template for a marriage certificate, one letter to ministers, Board Chairmen, and Secretaries from the Canadian Unitarian Council regarding ministers and chaplains, correspondence including one letter to the Canadian Unitarian Council from the Church regarding the possibility of appointing a "Moderator" to perform Acts of Civil Status in the absence of a minister and a reply from the Council, a document certifying the selection of Robert Fitzgerald Roman as the authorized person in charge of Acts of Civil Status, a letter from Robert Fitzgerald Roman requesting a copy of the marriage ceremony in French from a revered in Burlington, VT, notes written by the chaplain Robert Fitzgerald Roman about the position, a letter from the bride to the chaplain expressing her wishes for the ceremony, an invitation to the wedding of Marie-Carole Goulet and Walter Ammann, and a booklet of Chaplaincy Guidelines issued by the Canadian Unitarian Council.

History

The file contains primary source information on the history of the New Hampshire Vermont District of Unitarian Universalists Societies in 1965. It consists of a historical sketch of the organization.

Leaflets

The file contains primary source information on the Canadian Unitarian Council, presumably from the 1960s to the 1970s. It consists of informational leaflets titled: "Unitarians in Canada," "How Do I Become A Unitarian?", "What it Means to be a Unitarian-Universalist," "Unitarians Believe... A Brief Introduction to Unitarian Principles," "Unitarians Believe" (1968), and "Unitarians and Universalists in Canada" (1972).

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