The fonds contains primary source information regarding Stephen Westover. The fonds contains the following series: Correspondence (1812-1817); Land Papers (1817-1826); Legal Papers (1819-1826); Accounts (1809-1833); Succession and Estate (1826-1827).
The series contains primary source material on the private life of Ivy Weir from 1938 to 2010. It consists mostly of school reports, essays, diplomas, certificates and correspondence. It is comprised of the following files: Education (1938-1974), Correspondence (1968-2010).
The fonds contains biographical source material on Doris Snowdon's life as an artist and on her family genealogy. It consists of a biographical brochure, an article on the Maffre's genealogy, 3 paintings (reproductions) and 6 sketches. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Biography ([196-?]-2001), Maffres' Genealogy ([2002?]), Artistic Works ([195-?]-[196-]), and Audiovisual Materials ([1953-1962?]).
The fonds contains source material on the members of the Baker family and their activities at the start of the 20th century. It consists of an album of photographs of individuals and groups who are probably family members and friends and a postcard. Some of the photographs depict horses and farm buildings.
The fonds contains source material on the activities of the Sherbrooke\Lennoxville Branch of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs from 1945 to 1988, and thus indirectly provides information on the interests of Sherbrooke-area residents in international affairs. It is comprised of the following series: By-laws (1965-1981), Norms and Procedures (1963-1982), Minutes and Agendas (1965-1987), Accounting and Financial Documents (1945-1988), Members (1945-1988), Speakers (1945-1988), Correspondence (1945-1988) and Miscellaneous Documents (1947-1978).
Canadian Institute of International Affairs. Sherbrooke\Lennoxville Branch (Sherbrooke, Que.)
The subseries contains primary source material on the Townshippers’ Association’s presentation to the Commission des États généraux sur la situation et l’avenir de la langue française on the challenges to access health and social services in English from 2001. It consists of a report on the opening of the branch. It is comprised of the following file: Presentation (2001).
The item is a group of soldiers standing in front of the Sherbrooke Hussars armoury on Winter Street in Sherbrooke, probably taken in the 1920s. Pictured at centre is Canon H.R. Bigg. Photographer: Nakash (Sherbrooke, Que.).
The fonds contains primary and secondary source textual records regarding the Bancroft family. There are also several photographs relating to the Bancroft family, some incorporated in two different photograph albums.
Item is a photograph postcard of King's Hall in Compton, a girls private boarding school that shut down in 1972. The front yard full of flowers and a fountain is visible. The photo was probably taken in the 1950's.
Item is a photograph postcard made up of 4 photos taken at La Patrie. One is a photo of a part of of the town of La Patrie, with Mont-Megantic visible in the background, one is of the Salmon River, one is of a boy fishing in Salmon River, and one is of the Chartierville Village. The photos were probably taken in the 1970's.
Item is a photograph postcard made up of four photographs taken at or near Notre-Dame-des-Bois. One is a view of the apalaches beside Mont St-Joseph, one is a aerial view of Notre-Dame-des-Bois and surronding landscape, one is a view of Scotstown, and one is of some Chalets in the region. The photos were probably taken in the 1970's.