Bury (Quebec)

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Literary Rambles with Steve Luxton: Stories about and Poetry of Ralph Gustafson

Item is a short film, videoed by Rachel Garber and John Mackley, and produced and edited by John Mackley, on the life, works, and influence of the renowned poet Ralph Gustafson. Filmed at the Bury Historical and Heritage Society Gazebo in 2021, Steve Luxton, Poet in Residence of the Lennoxville Library, intertwines readings, discussions, and analyses to create a comprehensive narrative about Gustafson's life and work.

Mackley, John, 1959-

Literary Rambles with Steve Luxton

The file contains four short films videoed by Rachel Garber and John Mackley, and produced and edited by John Mackley, on the life, works, and influence of four renowned Townships poets (Thomas Gray, Louis Dudek, Ralph Gustafson, and D.G. Jones). Steve Luxton, Poet in Residence of the Lennoxville Library, discusses their work and, as a younger poet, his encounters with them. Filmed in the areas where they lived in the Eastern Townships, the videos intertwine readings, discussions, and analyses to create narratives about each poet's life and work.

Mackley, John, 1959-

Bell Telephone Company of Canada

The subseries file contains primary source information on the Bell Telephone Company of Canada in Sherbrooke in 1944. It consists of one telephone directory for Sherbrooke and vicinity, dated June 1944. It also includes information for Lennoxville, Asbestos, Ayer's Cliff, Bishopton, Black Lake, Bury, Coaticook, Compton, Cookshire, Danville, Disraeli, East Angus, East Broughton, East Hereford, Garthby, Inverness, La Patrie, Laurierville, Leeds, Lyster, Magog, Marbleton, Megantic, North Hatley, Plessisville, Richmond, Rock Island, St. Ferdinand de Halifax, St. Malo, Sawyerville, Scotstown, Thetford Mines, Victoriaville, Waterville, and Windsor.

Bell Telephone Company of Canada (The)

McIver family (Bury) fonds

  • CA ETRC P242
  • Fonds
  • [188-?]-[197-?]

The fonds contains source material on the McIver family in Bury from late 19th century to the second half of 20th century. It consists of 13 photographs of the Mclver family members and 9 photographs of unidentified persons from late 19th century to the second half of 20th centuty, 4 photographs of the McIver house in 20th century, 5 photographs of the landscape, churches and house in Bury in 1960s and 1970s, a drawing of the McIver Clan Crest and a newspaper article on Alexander Lewis McIver’s Leave for Ontario from Bury in 1915. The fonds is comprised of the following files: Photographs of McIver Family Members([188-?]-1970), Photographs of Persons Unidentified([188-?]-[197-?]), Photographs of McIver House([19--]), Photographs of Bury Region(1960,1971), Drawing of the McIver Clan Crest, Newspaper Article on Alexander Lewis McIver’s Leave for Ontario from Bury (1915).

McIver, Lewis (family)

Bury United Church fonds

  • CA ETRC UC018
  • Fonds
  • 1868-1992

The fonds contains source material mainly on the Church's women's organizations but also includes some documents on Church management for the Bury United Church from 1868 to 1992. Additionally, it contains some information on the East Angus, Bishopton, Bury Pastoral Charge from 1957 to 1984 and on the Bury Cemetery Company from 1977 to 1979. Among the photographs are Bury United Church and Brookbury United Church. It consists of minutes, annual reports, registers of baptisms, marriages, and burials, and, account books. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Church Boards (1872-1984), Buildings and Property ([186-?]-1984), Financial Resources (1977), Annual Reports (1967-1989), Orders of service (1979) Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials (1868-1902, [193-?]), Membership (1952-1974), Historical (1968), Organizations (1898-1988), Photographs (1991-[1992?]), and Press Clippings (1932-1992).

Bury United Church (Bury, Que.)

Alberta Everett collection

  • CA ETRC P260
  • Collection
  • [ca. 1920s]-2017

The collection contains primary source materials relating to Alberta Everett (née Ross), her family, and the cultural heritage of the Eastern Townships from about the 1920s to 2017. It consists primarily of photographs, audiovisual recordings, and artefacts documenting events and celebrations around Eaton Township (Bulwer, Birchton, Bury), Lennoxville, and Hatley. It also consists of some textual records attesting to the personal lives of Alberta and her family. The collection is comprised of the following series: Family History ([ca. 1920s]- [ca. 1980]), Personal Life (1944-[ca. 1990]), and Townships History ([ca. 1930]-2017).

Townships History

The series contains primary source information on the history of the Eastern Townships -- especially Bulwer, Birchton, and Lennoxville -- from about 1930 to 2017. It consists of documents and photographs pertaining to the 125th anniversary of Eaton Township in 1980 and documents pertaining to the Eaton Corner 1867 celebration in 2017. It also consists of photographs depicting the Bulwer Model School; a mock wedding around 1967; Bury Canada Day celebrations around 1994; and the Bulwer-Birchton Reunion Committee in 1995 or 1996, among others. The series also consists of VHS tape recordings of the Bulwer-Birchton Reunion in 1996; the St. Patrick's Day Variety Show in Bulwer in 2001; and Lennoxville Friendship Day in 2003. Finally, it consists of wooden nickels from Hatley Canada Day celebrations and pins from various villages, community organizations, and events.

Rayfield Ross

The file contains primary source information on Rayfield Ross from 1931 to 1936. It consists of his autograph book, which includes signatures and messages from friends and family.

Ruby Reta (Martin) Ross

The file contains primary source information on Ruby Reta Ross (née Martin) and the Martin family from about 1980. It consists of a typed family tree for the Martin, Card, Lavalliere, and Crawford families descended from James Martin of Ireland.

Personal Life

The series contains primary source information on Alberta Everett's personal life from about 1944 to 1990. It consists of her autograph book; her Grade 10 Certificate of General Proficiency; and 11 photographs of Alberta alone or with classmates and friends.

Family History

The series contains primary source materials relating to the family of Alberta Everett (née Ross) from around the 1920s to the 1980s. It consists primarily of documents and photographs attesting to the personal lives of Alberta's father, mother, step-mother, and uncle. The series is comprised of the following files: Curtis Ross ([ca. 1920s]-1942), Evelyn Mabel (Jordan) Ross (1926-[196-?]), Rayfield Ross (1931-1936), and Ruby Reta (Martin) Ross ([ca. 1980]).

CPR #281 derailed at Bury

Item is a photograph of CPR train derailed. CPR #281 derailed at Bury with locomotives 1837-1826-1863-1827-1455 on April 30, 1992. Locomotive 1837 remained on track.

CPR #281 derailed at Bury

Item is a photograph of CPR train derailed. CPR #281 derailed at Bury with locomotives 1837-1826-1863-1827-1455 on April 30, 1992. Locomotive 1837 remained on track.

CPR train, Bury

Item is a photograph of CPR train with locomotives 1846-1820 at Bury where a train derailed. Big hook working to clean up wrecks.

Train derailment, Bury

The item is a photograph of a train derailment (Canadian Pacific Railway) in Bury in 1911. Photographer: G.E. Smyth (Bury).

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