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Press Clippings

This series contains primary and secondary information about the Canadian Military from between around 1910 to 1975. The clippings discuss military occurrences during the First World War, Victoria Cross recipients, and military parades.

Transfer from James Liddell

The item contains information on the Reynolds’ family professional life. It is a document by which claims are relinquished by James Liddell in favor of Elijah Stewart Reynolds.

Daniel Thomas Jr. fonds

  • CA ETRC P091
  • Fonds
  • 1853-1893

The fonds contains limited source material on Daniel Thomas Jr.'s possessions, his professional activities, his Freemasonry, and his interest in the mining industry, in the late 19th century. In particular, the mining documents pertain to the Sherbrooke Slate Company, the Kingsey Slate Company, and the Cold Spring Mining and Smelting Company. It consists of insurance policies, certificates, letters patent, correspondence, and notarized deeds. It is comprised of the following series: Insurance (1864-1888), Certificates (1875-1883), Mining Industry (1853-1867), and Miscellaneous Documents (1885-1893).

Thomas, Daniel, Jr., 1835-1894

William Hoste Webb fonds

  • CA ETRC P092
  • Fonds
  • [185-?]-[1884?]

The fonds contains source material on the professional activities of William Hoste Webb and the development of the Richmond and Wolfe ridings from 1850 to 1890. It consists mainly of correspondence from Webb's legal clients, his fellow parliamentarians (including George Etienne Cartier), his constituents, and his supporters. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Correspondence ([1852?]-[1884?]), Appointments (1854-1863), Life Insurance (1863), and Miscellaneous Documents ([185-?]-[186-?]).

Webb, William Hoste, 1820-1890

Municipal Affairs

The file contains source material on the municipal affairs with which Aeneas McMaster was involved. It includes information on the status of employment at the time and settlement. It consists of correspondence from various people mainly regarding employment, business, and land. It contains correspondence from the following people:
Baker, Honorable George B.
Bailey, C.A.
Bailey, G.M.
Hanright, A.C.
Hunt & Stokes
MacKenzie, Rev. M. (Murdoch)
McAuley, Donald
McDonald, Angus
McDonald, John
McIver, George
McIver, J.F.
McIver, Lewis
McKinnon/MacKinnon, Alexander
McLean, Angus
McLeod, Allan
McLeod, George
McMinn, ?
McRae, D.
Morrison, Donald R.
Parker, C.H.
Patton, Charles
Ramage, J.D.
Robertson, George
Ross, A.
Sawyer, William
Taché, E.
Whyte, James
Wilford, R.H.
Young, John
Young, J.R.

Education

The file contains primary source information on the education of F.S. Coburn in Germany and France from 1891 to 1901. It consists of documents that provide information about his education including a certificate of enrollment to der Koniglichen Academischen Hochschule Fur Die Bildenden Kunste and registration form to l'Ecole Nationale et Spéciale des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

Percy T. Coburn

The file contains primary source information on the correspondence of F.S. Coburn with Percy T. Coburn from 1890 to 1959. It consists of a Season's Greetings card, letters and an obituary and death notice.

G.W. Hill

The file contains primary source information on the correspondence of F.S. Coburn and G.W. Hill in 1889. It consists of a letter from Hill in Paris, France.

Honours and achievements

The subseries contains primary source information on the honours and achievements earned by F.S. Coburn from 1887 to 1936. It consists of diplomas, a programme for the 1936 University of Bishop's College Convocation ceremony, and a newspaper clipping. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Diplomas (1887-1928), University of Bishop's College Convocation Programme (1936).

Diplomas

The file contains primary source information on the educational achievements of F.S. Coburn from 1887 to 1928. It consists of diplomas and certificates obtained by the artist from the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Eastern Townships Agricultural Association.

University of Bishop's College Convocation Programme

The file contains primary source information on the special achievements of F.S. Coburn awarded at Bishop's University (Sherbrooke, QC) in 1936. It consists of one programme for the University of Bishop's College's 1936 Convocation ceremony, where Coburn received an honourary degree, as well as a newspaper clipping about this event.

Interviews

The file contains primary source information relating to the life of F.S. Coburn, compiled from approximately 1956 to 1984. It consists of interview notes, transcripts of interviews, one audio cassette of an interview, correspondence, and photographs.

Percy "Pete" Coburn

The file contains primary source information on Percy "Pete" Coburn around the 1950s. It consists of 3 photographs of "Pete" Coburn, who worked for McGraw Hill and is also F.S. Coburn's brother.

Photos taken by F.S Coburn

The file contains primary source information on winter activities, sleighs and logging around the 1900s to 1950s. It consists of photos taken by Coburn of horses, local scenes, winter scenes, woodcutters, logging, plowing and haying.

Biographical Works

The subseries contains primary source information on the life and career of F.S Coburn from 1890 to 2008. It consists of biographical works including documentaries and newspaper clippings about Coburn. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Two Worlds, Two Lifetimes film (1994-1996), The Life and Art of F.S Coburn film (1982-1983), Newspaper Clippings (1890-2002), "A Look of Love" (2008), General Biographical Works ([195-?-196-?]).

General Biographical Works

The file contains primary source information on F.S. Coburn from around 1950 to 1960. It consists of documents containing general biographical information about Coburn's life and his artwork.

Exhibitions

The sub-subseries contains primary source information on exhibitions on the works of F.S. Coburn from 1917 to 2010. It consists primarily of exhibition brochures and publicity. The sub-subseries is comprised of the following files: Bombardier (2007), Klinkhoff (1986), Bishop's University (1988-1992), Musee des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke (1998-2002), Val-Saint-Francois (2004-2010), Richmond County Historical Society (2010), Other Exhibitions (1917-1989).

Musee des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke

The file contains primary source information on the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke's exhibition on F.S. Coburn's works from 1998 to 2002. It contains a poster, one photograph of F.S. Coburn's house/studio in Melbourne, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and press releases.

Other exhibitions

The file contains primary source information on the exhibitions of F.S. Coburn in Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City, Chicoutimi, Sillery, and South Kensington (UK), from 1917 to 1989. It consists of pamphlets and advertisements for the exhibitions.

Correspondence to W.H. Drummond

The file contains primary source information on the friendship of F.S. Coburn and W.H. Drummond from 1897 to 1913. It consists of letters written to Drummond by Coburn during this period.

Biographical Works

The file contains primary source information on certain biographical works written about the Drummond family around the 1900s to the 1980s. It consists of biographical works of W.H. Drummond written by May Harvey Drummond as well as interviews, correspondence, and magazines featuring biographical information on W.H. Drummond.

Correspondence

The file contains primary source information on the correspondence of F.S. Coburn with Marguerite Savoie from 1934 to 1959. It consists of letters from Coburn to Savoie from this time period.

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