The fonds contains primary source information on the Jenks family from 1870 to 1947 in Coaticook and Barnston. It consists largely of correspondence, certificates, a dairy, and photographs. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Archie N. Jenks (1907-1919), Abbott C. Jenks (-1941), Photographs ([1883?]-[ca. 1920]), Leslie H. Jenks (1877-1914) and Miscellaneous (1870-1947).
Fonds illustrates the professional and political life of Yvette Boucher Rousseau from 1934 to 2004. It consists of photographs, works by Rousseau, press clippings, programmes, and House of Commons, Senate, and National Assembly debates. While the majority of the material highlights Rousseau's career, it includes a few photographs from her childhood and biographical material from after her death in 1988. The fonds is composed of the following files: Biographies, Publications, Press clippings, Photographs, Parliamentary debates, and Prizes.
Collection illustrates the architectural work of Ozias Leduc, sports in Coaticook, the Festival du Lait, and early inventors in Barnston. It consists of research, correspondence, and baseball score sheets. The collection is composed of the following files: Ozias Leduc, Coaticook Canadians baseball club, Local inventors, and Festival du Lait
The fonds contains information on the profession, personal and military life of Philibert Cloutier from 1938 to 1996. It consists of the following series: Military life, Professional life, Personal life, and Photographs.
File presents information on arts and culture in Coaticook from 1930 to 1950. It consists of a souvenir programme for "Dolly (I love you)" (1930), sheet music and a souvenir programme for “Lolita” (1934), a souvenir programme for “Le Trouvère” (1935), sheet music for “Chant de ralliement” (1950), and poems by Victor Péloquin/Victor de Grand-Pré ([195-?]).
File presents information on the economic history of the Coaticook region from 1875 to 2014. It consists of an account book for James Williamson for R.C. Baldwin’s store (1875), a poster for J.H. Knapp’s ambulance and funeral service ([192-?]), an article “Scientific fish culture in Quebec since 1945” by Louis-Roch Séguin (1957), an article “Étude d’un important projet pour la promotion touristique de la Station Piscicole du Lac Lyster” (1957), a brochure “Eastern Townships Fish Hatchery/Station piscicole des Cantons de l’Est” (1958), a brochure for Camping Piskiart at Lake Lyster (1960s), a promotional poster for Michael Élias & Co. (ca. 1964), an article “Trout rearing with the minimum of fresh make-up water possible/Élévage de truites avec le minimum d’eau fraîche de compensation possible” by Louis-Roch Séguin, Benoit Dion and Raymond Charbonneau (1978), a commemorative photo album and medallion celebrating Niedner's 100 years in Coaticook (2014), and a cabinetry catalogue from Cabico (2014).
File presents information on men from the Coaticook area that served in the military from 1917, 1969 and the 1990s. It consists of a discharge certificate for Private John J. Forest, enlisted with the 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles, and a service certificate for Sergeant J.P. G.E. Géurin, and a list of men who died in action during World War I (WWI) and World War II (WWII).
File presents information on education in Coaticook from 1940 to 1971. It consists of correspondence with Romuald Dumont during his role in the planning committee for the Academie du Sacré-Coeur reunion (“l’amicale”) in 1940 and statistics (school census) for the Commission scolaire de Coaticook from 1960 to 1971.
File contains information of individuals in the Coaticook area from 1917 to 2008. It consists of a newspaper article and copy of a letter on Léon Dupéré (1917, 1994), a biographical sketch of Reverent Albert L’Heureux/Père Alphonse ([1947?]), a burial certificate for Joséphine Giroux (1979), and an obituary and newspaper articles on Winnifred Bertrand (2007), and recollections of Gonzague Côté (traveler and twin of Omer Côté) by Normand Côté, including two images (2008).
Fonds illustrates the lives of Wilbrod Labbé and Clara Girouard in Coaticook from 1930 to 2007. It consists largely of photographs, newspaper clippings. The fonds is composed of the following files: Clara Girouard Labbé, Wilbrod Labbé, Cercle de fermières de St-Edmond de Coaticook, and Photographs.
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.
Series presents informaton on the volunteer life of Clara Girouard Labbé from 1930 to 1998. It consists of two letters from Clara to her parents (Amédée et Anna Girouard) in 1930, newspaper clippings, an award presentation speech, a letter, business cards, and a copy of BénévolAction containing an article on Mrs. Labbé.
Portrait of Herb Call, custom officer for the C.P.R., who also started the moving pictures being shown in Sutton and Cowansville. He is the son of Augustus Monroe Call and Jennie Draper, grand-son of Oliver Call and Amelia Salisbury.
The sub-series contains loose photographs that were inserted in the family album, or given by different donors. The include portraits of members of the McLaughlin family, living on Argyll Farm, in West Bolton.
The series contains primary and secondary source information regarding the McLaughlin families, who came to live in West Bolton and Knowlton. It includes information about the brothers Daniel, James, Henry and Archibald McLaughlin and their descendants.
The fonds contains primary and secondary source information regarding the McLaughlin families, who came to live in West Bolton and Knowlton, all descendants of James McLaughlin and Elizabeth Andrew, coming from Argyll, Scotland.
Photo of "Kilda Vee", a house near Southend, Kintyre, Argyll, Scotland, birthplace of James McLachlan in 1792, and of his son, James McLaughlin, born in 1820. There are many details at the back of the photo. The front side as a "Merry Christmas" inscription, and it is signed by James McLaughlin Martin and Wells Martin.
Photo of James McLaughlin and his three sons William, Arthur and Frank, helping get the hay in the barn. Arthur, James (the father) and William are standing in front of a two-horse hay wagon, while Frank is up on the hay load.