Sherbrooke (Quebec)

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Wark family (Sherbrooke) fonds

  • CA ETRC P234
  • Fonds
  • 1911-2002

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.

Education

This file contains primary source material on the education of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke between 1947 and 2002. It consists primarily of yearbook publications, graduation programmes, and newsletters.

Professional life

This file contains primary source material on the professional life of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke between 1952 and 1960. It consists primarily of a telephone directory, newspaper clippings, and identification cards from Barbara's time as a reporter.

Theatre

This file contains primary source material on the theatre involvement of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke and New York between 1948 and 1956. It consists primarily of theatre programmes, photographs, and a scrapbook. The theatres represented in the theatre programmes include: Bishop's Little Theatre, St. Peter's Memorial Hall, The Canadian Art Theatre, North Hatley Playhouse, The Iowa State College Theatre, Anta Playhouse, Knowlton Playhouse, St. George's Hall, and Her Majesty's Theatre.

Community Involvement

The file contains primary source material on community involvement of James H. Wark in Sherbrooke between 1911 and 1968. It consists primarily of graduation programmes, club memberships, and administrative documents for various recreational clubs.

Theatre

The file contains primary source material on the theatre involvement of James H. Wark in Sherbrooke and England between 1918 and 1955. It consists primarily of theatre programmes. The theatres represented in the programmes include: Pantomine Theatre, Adelphi Theatre, Brigadoon Theatre, His Majesty's Theatre, Wyndham's Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Strand Theatre, Ambassadors Theatre, Garrison Theatre, Prince of Wales Theatre, Daly's Theatre, Gaiety Theatre, Duke of York's Theatre, The Picture House, The Palace Theatre, The Palladium, The London Pavilion, Empire Theatre, London Hippodrome, Granada Theatre, and St. Peter's Memorial Hall.

Military

The file contains primary source material on the military career of James H. Wark between 1916 and 1940 in Montreal and England. It consists primarily of James H. Wark's war memorabilia, correspondences, and photographs during World War One.

Professional life

This file contains primary source material on the professional life of James H. Wark in Sherbrooke between 1913 and 1955. It consists primarily of photographs and business cards acquired during his employment with The British American Oil Company.

Sherbrooke

The file contains source material on churches and histories of Sherbrooke from 1890 to 1975. It consists of newspaper articles and documents on the first mass in Sherbrooke published in 1933, histories of the Congregational church by 1890, Anglican Church by 1948 and Presbyterian Church by 1975. It also includes a chronology of the Service of Gas and Electricity of Sherbrooke from 1902 to 1908, newspaper articles on the history of Sherbrooke based on a directory for the year 1876-1877 and a disastrous flood in Bromptonville in 1948.

Programmes and Advertisements

The file consists of five theatre programmes and two advertisements: MM. P. Paul-Marcel, 2-4 September 1912, at His Majesty's Theatre, Sherbrooke; posters for "Too Much Married", by the West Brome Dramatic Club; "Not Guilty" and "Silent Woman !", Town Hall, Lennoxville, by the Boston Comedy Company; a programme for "Quality Street" presented by the Sherbrooke High School in 1943; a programme for "Captain Applejack" presented by the Sherbrooke High School; a programme for "Merrie England" presented by the Sher-Lenn Operatic & Choral Society; and the summer 2005 programme for Townships Stage, performed at The Piggery Theatre.

Court house

Item is a photograph of a road and wooden sidewalk that lead to the second Sherbrooke Court House (Palais du justice), built 1839-1841 and used until 1904, which is visible in the background. The building was given to the 53rd Sherbrooke Regiment in 1912 to serve as their armoury and later on became the armoury for the Sherbrooke Hussars.

Sherbrooke Snow Shoe Club fonds

  • CA ETRC P150
  • Fonds
  • 1877-2004

The fonds contains source material on the constitution, administration, events, activities and membership of the Sherbrooke Snow Shoe Club form 1877 to 2004. It consists of constitution, by-laws, minutes, financial and accounting records, correspondence, membership records, news clippings, programs, songs and poems. Most of the material mentioned above is contained in the minute books for the first 84 years. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Administration (1877-2004), Events and Activities (1893-2004), Membership (1877-1969), and Miscellaneous Documents (1879-1994).

Sherbrooke Snow Shoe Club (Sherbrooke, Que.)

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