The fonds contains primary source material pertaining to Matrix magazine (published in Lennoxville, QC from 1974 to 1988). The material in the fonds spans from 1913 to 1921, and from 1974 to 1995. It consists of correspondence, largely with Matrix editor Philip Lanthier, regarding the administration and content of the magazine. The fonds also consists of prints of work submitted to the magazine, 53 photographs (including 12 35mm negatives) from The Seventh Moon poetry readings, featuring Irving Layton, Lucien Francoeur, and Ralph Gustafson, as well as 55 miscellaneous photographs (including 18 35mm negatives). Other items found in the fonds include an award certificate for Joyce Marshall in Matrix (1984), transparencies of artworks, sketches for the magazine, a Seventh Moon Poetry Reading poster, and press clippings. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Correspondence ([1974-1991?]), Administration (1974-1988), Promotional Material ([1974-after 1985?]), Special Events ([1980?]-1995), Design Process ([1913-1921], [1974-1995?]).
The fonds contains primary source material on the personal, professional and military lives of the Wark family in Sherbrooke between 1911 and 2002. It consists primarily of photographs and theatre programmes. The fonds is comprised of the following series: James H. Wark, Florence (Bryant) Wark, Barbara Wark, Wark theatre, Photographs, and Miscellaneous.
The fonds contains source material on the personal life and literary works of writer Bernard Epps. It consists of manuscripts of published and unpublished works, research notes, correspondence, log books, speeches, newspaper clippings, and sketchbooks. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Literary endeavours (1965-1995), Personal life ([195?]-1993), Speeches and Lectures ([197?]-[199?]), Artwork ([195-?]-[198-?]), and Publications (1961-[198-?]).
The fonds contains source material on Kay Kinsman's life as an artist from 1947 to 1998 and a student at Bishop's and McGill Universities from the 1970s to 1998. It consists mainly of notebooks, watercolour books, sketchbooks, press clippings, correspondence, papers submitted for courses at Bishop's, her M.A. thesis, exhibition catalogues, slides and photographs. The fonds is comprised of the following series : Private Life (1947-1998), Artistic Life (1949-[between 1980 and 1998]), Academic Life (1964-1996), and Works on Kay Kinsman (1992-1995).
The fonds contains primary source information on the professional life of Royce Gale in Sherbrooke from 1950 to 1968. It consists of photographs of some of the classes taught by Royce Gale and of drama performances at the Sherbrooke High School, as well as a newspaper article on the naming Eastern Townships School Board administrators in 1968.
Fonds presents the foundation and early activities and exhibitions of the Beaulne Museum in Coaticook from 1977 to 1997. It consists of correspondence, reports, agreements, information on exhibitions and the museum collection, photographs, and press clippings. The fonds is composed of the following series: Administration, Moveable and immoveable property, Publicity, and Activities.
Collection presents information on the life, particularly religious life, of Gilles Baril, priest, in Coaticook and areas in Sherbrooke and East Angus, from about the 1980s to 2005. It consists of a biography, titled “Une vie arc-en-ciel”, on the first part of Gilles Baril’s personal and religious life and a number of musical recordings used in the course of church activities and services.
Fonds reflects Cinéma Opéra's programming in Coaticook from 1959 to the 1970s. It consists of film descriptions, tickets, a few administrative documents, and a photocopy of a photograph of the Cinéma Opéra building. The fonds consists of the following series: Programming, Operations, and Photograph.
Fonds presents information on the religious history of Coaticook and the musical interests of Jeannette Tanguay from about the 1910s to 1989. It consists largely of song lyrics, documents pertaining to musical performances, and religious items. The fonds is composed of the following series: Religious life, Music, History of the Tanguay family, and History of Coaticook and region.
The collection contains source material on travel in the Province of Quebec. It consists of a train ticket from Marieville to Drummondville and Canadian Pacific Railway travel brochures in Quebec featuring the Laurentian Mountain District, Fishing and Shooting and Transatlantic Services, and a scrapbook. The compiler of the scrapbook is unknown and consists of theatre programmes, newspaper and magazine clippings, greeting cards, and two water colours, largely from Europe. It also includes references to a Gottinger Corps as well as documents pertaining to the death of Bishop Williams. The collection is comprised of the following series: Train Ticket ([188-?]), Travel Brochures ([191-?] -[195-?]), and Scrapbook (1876-1901).