Series 005 - Photographs

Catherine Wark headshot Barbara Wark photo booth Barbara and Catherine, Christmas card Florence Bryant Wark

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Photographs

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CA ETRC P234-005

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  • [191-?]-[200-?] (Creation)

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84 photographs (includes 6 negatives).

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This series contains primary source material on the personal, public, and professional lives of the Wark family in Sherbrooke between the 1910s and and the 2000s. In particular, included in addition to photographs of members of the Wark family are views of Quebec Lodge; the royal visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to Sherbrooke in 1939; the Sherbrooke centennial celebrations in 1937; a theatre cast including performers in blackface; Divinity House on Bishop's University campus; John Comfort; a motorcycle at Sherbrooke fairgrounds; a trip to South Africa and the Zambezi River; an unidentified boy on a bicycle with a monkey; St. Camille; Muriel Pitts;George Pruner, T(?).A. Copping, "Dune" Chisolm, Thompson and McCrea in military uniforms; and a trip to England.

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  • English

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The documents are in English.

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