Item is letter from the Sherbrooke District Council Boy Scouts leadership requesting the Sherbrooke City Council for permission to host a "Council Fire" as part of their Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation Day celebrations.
The item is a letter from Hally C. (née Brown) Brent to her mother-in-law, Frances R. (née Kenner) Brent where she writes about a child's birthday party, her son's recent sickness and convalescence, friends, and food.
The item is a letter from Harried (aka Hally) Carrington (née Brown) Brent to her mother-in-law, Frances R. (née Kenner) Brent, written on 31 August 1914 from North Hatley. In the letter, Hally recounts a child's birthday party and comments on the war.
Item is a mimeographed letter from the Office of the Inspector of Superior Schools in Quebec City, John Parker, to Edwin Howe Esq. dated 7 January 1904, informing the East Hatley School Board of an upcoming visit on Wednesday, 20 January, 1904.
La pièce est une lettre de Jean Marc Roberge (notaire) de Thetford Mines à Doris Peterson-Ward de Montréal. La lettre est datée du 15 septembre 1966. La lettre The item is a letter from Jean Marc Roberge (notary) in Thetford Mines to Doris Peterson-Ward in Montreal, dated September 15, 1966. La lettre était jointe à une copie d'un acte de vente en faveur de Flintkote Mines Limited (Thetford Mines).
Item is a letter dated 30 November 1965 from C.W. Rump, Secretary for the Board of Transport Commissioners for Canada, to Mr. C.S. Douglas of Sutton, acknowledging the receipt of a letter regarding the termination of passenger train services.
Item is a letter dated 2 November 1965 to Mr. Heward Grafftey, Member of Parliament for Brome-Missisquoi, from C.S. Douglas of Sutton, arguing that the C.P.R. had obligations to the taxpayers of rural areas which contributed to the building of the railways to sustain railway service to those areas.
Item is a lettergram addressed to Mrs. Frank Herbert Price of Magog from the Director of Records in Ottawa, dated October 8, 1918. The lettergram states that Pte. Frank Herbert Price was admitted to the 55 General Hospital in Boulogne on October 1, due to a shrapnel wound in his side.