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Opera and theatre
CA SHC F025-S002-D006 · File · 1936-1966
Part of Fonds Dresser Family

File illustrates Howard Dresser's interest in theatre and opera in Montreal and New York City from 1936 to 1966. It consists of programmes from the New York Philharmonic Symphony Society, a catalogue from an exhibit on works by Shakespeare, and correspondence and theatre critiques by Dresser.

Theatre
CA ETRC P234-003-002 · File · 1948-1956
Part of Wark family (Sherbrooke) fonds

This file contains primary source material on the theatre involvement of Barbara Wark in Sherbrooke and New York between 1948 and 1956. It consists primarily of theatre programmes, photographs, and a scrapbook. The theatres represented in the theatre programmes include: Bishop's Little Theatre, St. Peter's Memorial Hall, The Canadian Art Theatre, North Hatley Playhouse, The Iowa State College Theatre, Anta Playhouse, Knowlton Playhouse, St. George's Hall, and Her Majesty's Theatre.

New England
CA ETRC P058-010-14 · Sub-series · 1905-1975
Part of Herbert Derick collection

This sub-series contains information on the landscapes and buildings of New England towns between 1905 and 1975. It consists of postcards. The sub-series contains the following files: Vermont (1906-1975), New Hampshire (1905), and New York (1909-1926).

Jacob Derick
CA ETRC P058-002-35 · Sub-series · 1818
Part of Herbert Derick collection

The sub-series contains primary source information on the life of Jacob Derick in Brunswick, New York in 1818. It consists of a letter written by Jacob Derick to Conradt Derick in Christie's Manor, containing information on his family and personal life.

Derick, Jabob (1784-1875)
Genealogy manuscript
CA ETRC P058-002-01 · Sub-series · 1980-[199-?]
Part of Herbert Derick collection

The sub-series contains secondary source information on the Derick (a.k.a. Derck or Dirck) family from their immigration to America (New York) and then to Canada (Quebec), compiled from 1980 to the 1990s. It consists of two versions of a Derick family genealogy manuscript written by Herbert R. Derick.