Lennoxville (Quebec)

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Ned Henry and Arthur Speid

This item is a photograph of Ned Henry and Arthur Speid in Crestmobile in front of George Henry's Shop in the Square in Lennoxville during the summer of 1902.

Toboggan club

This item is a photograph of the Toboggan Club in 1885. Back row: Charles White; Caroline Abbott White; missing; Margaret Abbott. Centre: Mary Abbott McKindsey (in fur neckpiece); Arthur Abbott. To left of her, Mabel Wilder Puffer (hat with tassel)/ Mr. Puffer, 3nd from left, front.

John Bird's house

This item is a photograph of John Bird's house at the top of Church street. There is the spine of the old Catholic church and the spine of United Church located at the foot of Church street. Bishop's University is in the background.

Interview with Arthur Speid, part A

Item is the first part of a recorded conversation with Arthur T. Speid with Dr. J.D. Jefferis, Arnold Banfill, and Arthur Motyer, recorded 19 February 1966 in Lennoxville. The interview focuses on Arthur Speid's experiences as a student at Bishop's College School and Bishop's University in the 1890s. Among the subjects covered are the campus buildings, food strikes, the golf course (links), athletics, drama, school subjects, women at Bishop's, and various professors, principals, and headmasters including Henry de Beltgens Gibbins, Thomas B. Waitt, James P. Whitney, Francis J.B. Allnatt, Richard A. Parrock, Gilbert B. Jones, Arthur H. McGreer, and Robert N. Hudspeth. It also includes more general discussion of Lennoxville.

View of Lennoxville from Bishop's University campus

Item is a photograph, taken from the McGreer Building on Bishop's University campus, of Lennoxville from about 1900. Visible is the covered bridge over the Massawippi River on College Street, part of the front lawn and driveway for the University and includes a view of the first Saint-Antoine Catholic Church and the steeples of the Lennoxville Methodist Church and St. George's Anglican Church.

Programmes and Advertisements

The file consists of five theatre programmes and four advertisements: MM. P. Paul-Marcel, 2-4 September 1912, at His Majesty's Theatre, Sherbrooke; posters for "Too Much Married", by the West Brome Dramatic Club; "Not Guilty" and "Silent Woman !", Town Hall, Lennoxville, by the Boston Comedy Company; a programme for "Quality Street" presented by the Sherbrooke High School in 1943; a programme for "Captain Applejack" presented by the Sherbrooke High School; a programme for "Merrie England" presented by the Sher-Lenn Operatic & Choral Society; a programme for "The Pirates of Penzance" presented by the Sher-Lenn Choir in 1952; two postcard advertisements listing the programme for the Le Cochon Souriant: théâtre ambulant from 2000; and the summer 2005 programme for Townships Stage, performed at The Piggery Theatre.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

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