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Collection Coroner's Inquests

  • CA SHC C019
  • Collection
  • 1867, 1904-1984

Collections presents coroner's inquests for cases from the Coaticook area from 1867 to 1984. It consists of coroner's inquests reports.

Fonds Club de l'âge d'or Sourire à la Vie, St-Marc

  • CA SHC F020
  • Fonds
  • 1974-1987

Fonds illustrates the activities and membership of the golden age club "Sourire à la vie St-Marc" in Coaticook from 1974 to 1987. It consists of the club's newsletter, titled Sourire Saisonnier.

Sourire à la Vie Golden Age Club of St-Marc's

Lolita programme

Item is a souvenir programme for the musical performance of "Lolita" by the Société Musicale de Coaticook (Coaticook Musical Society) in 1934, on the occasion of the centennial anniversary of the founding of Coaticook. Included in the programme are advertisements for local businesses and an historical sketch of the Société Musicale de Coaticook.

Aleta and Leeman Mackey fonds

  • CA ETRC P125
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1969

The fonds contains information on the butcher shop owned by Leeman Mackey and also on the Mackey family. It consists of several account books (1879-1938), a calendar (1926), a schoolbook (1908), a piano method (1969) and a few photographs (1909 & 1969). The photographs show T.S. Chapman in front of "Good Cheer Lodge" in 1909 and Kathleen Mackey with classmates at the Bishopton Intermediate School in 1969 (the last class before the closure of the school). The school book is autographed "Cora Brown". Among the account books are one for the Megantic Rifle Association (1879-1902), one that appears to be for a boarding house (1889-1892), and the others are from Leeman Mackey's butcher business.

Mackey, Leeman

Sherbrooke Trust Company

The file contains the 1929 charter of the Sherbrooke Trust Company; the company's annual reports for 1957, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1976, 1977, 1982, 1984, 1985; and annual reports of the Trust Général du Canada for 1972 and 1976 and of Trust co General for 1987.

Sutton

The file contains primary source material on tourism in the Sutton area from the early 1900s. It consists of an advertisement outlining the attractions Sutton can offer to tourists. The advertisement includes images of the surrounding landscape and includes Grace Anglican Church in Sutton, Legrage Falls, Balance Rock, the Pinnacle, Sutton Methodist Church, the Canadian Mohonk, and Billing's cascade.

Yearbooks

The file consists of information on the graduates from the Sherbrooke Hospital School of Nursing from 1946 to 1972. In consists of three yearbooks, titled "Invictus". Found in the pages of yearbooks are newspaper clippings: a photograph of the graduating class of North Hatley High School from 1969, a photograph of the graduating class of Sherbrooke Hospital School of Nursing from 1948, various obituaries of past graduates and an undated 'card of thanks' article from Pearl Robinson.

L.O. Bunt

The file contains primary source information on the life of Reverend Lemuel Oscar Bunt. It consists of an autobiography written by Rev. Bunt, and included information on his time as a minister at the Birchton, Bulwer and Eaton Corner United Churches from 1932 to 1938.

Joseph R. Ball family

The file consists of a book of poems by Joseph Rice Ball and Lillian Stuart Ball, titled "Greetings from Mapleside", which also includes photographs, from around 1900 and a custom Christmas greeting card from Henry S. Ball, dated 1907. Mapleside was the Ball family property in Waterville.

Letter to parents, Spanish flu

The item is a form letter to parents of students at St. Helen's School (formerly Dunham Ladies College) in Dunham, assuring them that there are no serious cases of influenza (likely the Spanish flu) present at the boarding school in 1919.

Letter from W.A. Williams

The item is a letter from W.A. Williams (managing director of The Electric Reduction Company in Buckingham, Que.), father of Hilda Williams, student at Dunham Ladies College (latterly St. Helen's School), to Miss Jackson in 1908 regarding the educational wishes for his daughter.

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