Photographs: Women's Basketball, 1923-24; group photo in front of McGreer Hall, 1920; Dr. Lansing Lewis, Corporation, 1920; Convocation, visit of the Governor General, Duke of Connaught, leaving Convocation Hall, June 18, 1914. -Textual records: Diploma: Arthur William Dutton (father of Dorothy Dutton), B.A. 1897; M.A. 1902. -Biographies written by Dorothy Dutton: Rev. R.A. Parrock, Rev. H.C. Burt, Rev. F.G. Vial, Professor A.V. Richardson, Rev. Benjamin Watkins (with photograph - see photo file - PG 057) -Golden Key International Honour Society certificate: Dorothy Dutton Honourary Member, dated 2002.
Candid photographs of social life at Bishop's University during the late 1950's. The donor, Marjorie Goodfellow '59, was room-mate with Barbara Brooks while they were both at Bishop's, resident students in Pollack Hall.
Diplomas: E.W. Smith, Bishop's B.A. 1919; Board of Notaries, Province of Quebec, 1928. E.N. Smith, Bishop's B.A. 1955. Photographs: Bishop's Hockey Team, 1918-1919; Bishop's University Gaiters, 1952, 1953 and 1954.
The Old Lennoxville Golf Club/ Le Vieux Club de Golf Lennoxville. Season Tags (Christine Ljungkull and Doug MacAulay);
Gaiters Men's Basketball finals: March 21, 1998, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Includes official programme, tickets, and Daily Newsletter of the CIAU Basketball Championship (3 issues);
Bishop's University Campaign "Partners in Learning" - apron
"This Campaign's Cooking!"; Granite coaster bearing the Bishop’s crest, green and gold - awarded to campaign canvassing volunteer, Doug MacAulay, husband of Christine Ljungkull, at the Capital Campaign Banquet held [to be verified];
Gaiterization 1998 - laundry bag;
2 invitation cards to Bishop's events;
Lennoxville Golf Club t-shirt;
Bishop's football socks;
t-shirt: 1994 Churchill Bowl, Gaiters vs. UWO;
Photographs: football/fans/"Melonhead" - Cameron Hughes '93, construction and opening of Gazebo 1993; snow sculptures 1993; official re-opening of McGreer Hall; BU Birthday party/cake, December 8, 1993; Time-capsule Sesqui project; Fine Arts Party 1987.
Homecoming beer bottle Fall 2008.
Pin: Partners in Learning, Bishop's University Campaign;
Glass mug: Bishop's Gaiters, Men's Basketball National Champions, 1998.
-Diplomas: B.A. 1931 and M.A. 1932 -Report card sheet -Tag: Bishop's University Players, The Little Theatre, No.19, Ottawa -Photograph/postcard of an unidentified dramatic production -Prize books bearing crest of Bishop's University
Contains university yearbooks: 1930, 1931, 1932; photographs: COTC, No.1 Platoon, Winners of the McMurtry-Ross Cup, 1928-29; COTC 1928-1929; COTC 1930-1931; Diploma, Divinity House Certificate, 1932, signed F.G. Vial and Philip Carrington; Hood: B.A.
Correspondence pertaining to the Fourth Commonwealth Education Conference held in Lagos, Nigeria, February 26 to March 9, 1968. Mr. C. Wynne Dickson was at the time Associate Deputy Minister of Education, Province of Quebec. He participated as a member of the Canadian delegation.
The fonds contains source material on the operations, organization, students, and curriculum of Dunham Ladies' College and St. Helen's School from 1879 to 2020. It consists largely of material from the Dunham Ladies' College period. It is comprised of the following series : Constitution and By-laws (1906), Annual Reports ([190-]-1971), Financial Resources (1901-1918), Student Achievements (1894-1912, 1941-1951), Calendars (1879-1964), St. Helen's School Magazine (1945-1954), Margaret Armour (1946-1948, 1972, 2020) and Miscellaneous Documents (1894-[195-?]).
The fonds contains primary source information on the professional life of Royce Gale in Sherbrooke from 1950 to 1968. It consists of photographs of some of the classes taught by Royce Gale and of drama performances at the Sherbrooke High School, as well as a newspaper article on the naming Eastern Townships School Board administrators in 1968.
Fonds illustrates the organization and activities connected to a reunion of graduates from the Coaticook High School, primarily from 1992 to 1994. It also is a source of information on the history of the Coaticook High school. It consists of correspondence, programmes, lists of invitees, a guest book, newspaper articles, photographs, postcards, and other planning documents. The fonds is composed of the following files: Reunion and preparation, Correspondence, Coaticook High School History, and Postcards.
Collection presents information on St-Herménégilde from 1892 to 1950. It consists of visitor registers for the No. 9 school in the St-Herménégilde school board from 1892 to 1906; a handwritten history of the parish in St-Herménégilde on the occaison of its 75th anniversary in 1950; and newspaper clippings on Joseph Otis, Curé A. Tremblay, the marriage of M.A. Coulombe et Cora Tremblay, and rum baron Pierre St. Pierre. The school visitor registers are also a source informaton on the students attending the school, subjects taught, and schedules.
Collection largely pertains to the Collège du Sacré-Coeur in Coaticook and related organizations from 1891 to 1968. It consists primarly of photographs, programmes, and minutes. The collection is composed of the following series: Zouaves pontificaux; L’Amicale du Sacré-Cœur of Coaticook; Académie commerciale, Collège du Sacré-Cœur, Coaticook; Community life; and Religious life.
Collection Telmosse presents information on members of the Telmosse family from 1905 to 1983. It consists of a family tree, school notebooks and papers, an invitation for the ordination of Louis Telmosse, a newsaper article on the work of Father Edmond Telmosse in Haiti, and three photographs.
The fonds contains primary source information on the education and social activities of the Goodin family in Canterbury and Bury from the 1870s to 1950. It consists of largely of correspondence, school reports, exams, composition books and a photograph. Among the correspondence are two wedding invitations: one for the marriage of Augusta Bennett and Samuel Lake, and another for Lizzie Clark. The identified authors of the correspondence are: John and Lucy Goodwin - George's brother and sister-in-law, Allen Snelling, Robert Clark, and Janet Rowe. The fonds is comprised of the following files: George Goodin Corrsepondence (1883-1890), Edith Goodin Correspondence (1948-1950) and Education ([187-?]-1949).