Fonds P250 - Reed family (North Hatley) fonds

Downtown North Hatley, July 1st Wedding of Rosamond Reed and Rupert Littlejohn Cordelia Scowen, Ruth Reed with granddaughter and great-granddaughter Andrew Dean, a good friend from Sherbrooke Maybe Eulah Reed Maybe Philip Scowen Nelson LeBaron and his wife, Mary Thwaites 4 generations : Thwaites, Leairtt, Hartwell To Bertha, from Mary Pocahontas on Lake Massawippi Cordelia Scowen Pleasant View Hotel, North Hatley Thomas Reed's sawmill, Reed's Crossing Thomas Little's family Eulah Scowen and son Philip J.B. Reed's house, Reedsville Almira and Wilder Reed View of North Hatley and Lake Masssawippi, including Pleasant View Hotel Clifford, Eulah, and Gordon Reed North Hatley bridge collaspe Ruth Little Reed Rose and Edith Little J.B. Reed, Ronald Reed and Eulah Scowen J.B. Reed's grist mill Aunt Rose and a friend Reed-Scowen family, 4 generations James Thwaites Ruth Thwaites Member of the RCAF J.B. Reed and Ruth Little
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Reed family (North Hatley) fonds

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  • [187-?]-1997 (Creation)

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0.20 l.m. of textual records, 95 photographs (1 tintype), 2 sketches (charcoal)

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The fonds contains information on the social life, political, personal and professional life of the Reed and Scowen families in the North Hatley area from 1875 to 1997. It consists of:

  • 94 photographs (includes 1 tintype and 2 charcoal sketches) with views of North Hatley, Lake Massawippi, the Reed, Little, Thwaites, McKay, Bean, Scowen families;
  • elementary school certificate for Eulah Reed (1920); a eulogy for Eulah Reed Scowen (1993); an account book, 1969-1979; a letter from J.K. Miller to Herbert Scowen (1968);
  • letter by J.B. Reed (1913); a butter wrapper for J.B. Reed & Son; account and receipt books, J.B. Reed (1913-1949);
  • commemorative envelope for the Royal Visit (1939);
  • newspaper clippings on the social, political, economic, agricultural, and religious life of the region (ca. 1900-1940s);
  • a personal recollection titles 'Notes by Aunt Millie'
  • a telephone book for North Hatley, 1913
    The fonds is composed of the following series: James Bert Reed (1899-1949); Reed family (1899-1981); Little family (1875-1969); Scowen family (1913-1997); Thwaites family (1886-1890); Newspaper clippings (190-?)-(194-?); Photographs (188-?)-(197-?); North Hatley (1893-1994); Miscellaneous (1939-1989)

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The fonds was donated by Cordelia Karpenko in 2021.


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  • English

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