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W. Gillies Ross fonds

  • CA ETRC P233
  • Fonds
  • 1767 [Photocopied]-2006

The fonds contains of research done by W. Gillies Ross on the following subjects: the mines at Eustis, Capelton and Albert Mines, asbestos mining at Asbestos, the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, the Stanstead granite industry, and covered bridges in the Eastern Townships and surrounding areas. It consists largely of research notes, research documents, photographs, and oral histories. The fonds is organized i the following series: Interviews (1944-1996), Harvard’s Baker Library Trip and Research (1887-1996), Jo Cooper (1977-1987), Newspaper Index (1971-1975), National Archive of Canada Research (1903-1921), Publications (1890-1938), Granite Project (1898-1900, 1976), Copper / Pyrite Mining Studies (1867 [Photocopied] -1996), Asbestos Mining and Landscape Research (1897 [Photocopied]-1965), Spanish Flu Research (1918 [Photocopied] -2006), Photographs (1888-1972), Maps and Plans (1767 [Photocopied] - 1979), Asbestos Mining (1950-2004), Mining Study – Correspondence (1883 [Photocopied]-2005), Book Translation (1995), Cookshire (1979), Research on covered bridges ([ca. 1990?]).

Ross, W. Gillies (1931-2019)

Fonds Lucie Roy-Alain

  • CA SHC F043
  • Fonds
  • 1981-[200-?]

Le fonds contient de l'information sur le prolongement de gazoduc par Trans Québec et Maritimes par East Hereford, sur la vie de Lucie Roy-Alain, et sur la vie communitaire à East Hereford et Coaticook entre 1981 aux années 2000. Il consiste de la correspondence, des études environmentales, l'opposition au gazoduc, et de documents de recherche sur le projet de prolongement. Il consiste de photographies et des oeuvres artisitiques de Lucie Roy-Alain. Le fonds comprenne les séries suivantes : Gazoduc TQM Prolongement vers Portland Natural Gas Transmission System (PNGTS) (1995-1999), Photographies (1981-1994), Oeuvres artistiques ([200-?]) et Antoine Roy (1992, 2013).