Item consists of digital reproduction of a poster advertising the Sherbrooke Hussars' Centennial Guard activities in Sherbrooke in 1967. The poster features an illustration of a soldier in a 19th-century uniform, holding a musket. The activities included a program of drill and 1867 battle tactics and a concert by the Sherbrooke Hussars Band to commemorate Canada's Centennial and the 100th Anniversary of the Regiment. Activities were to take place at the Parade Grounds (Champ-de-Mars) off of Queen Street (now Boulevard Queen-Victoria) in Sherbrooke on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons.
This item is a photograph of John Bird's house at the top of Church street. There is the spire of the old Catholic church and the spire of United Church located at the foot of Church street. Bishop's University is in the background.
This item is a photograph of the Toboggan Club in 1885. Back row: Charles White; Caroline Abbott White; missing; Margaret Abbott. Centre: Mary Abbott McKindsey (in fur neckpiece); Arthur Abbott. To left of her, Mabel Wilder Puffer (hat with tassel)/ Mr. Puffer, 3nd from left, front.