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Hector d'Entremont fonds
Fonds · 1951-1987
Fonds consists of The fonds consist of 12 series: A- Notes for Book B- Correspondence C- Newspaper clippings D- Fete du Christ-Roi E- "Among My Souvenirs' il y a les fameux - PIQUES-NIQUES du Pere Dennis Comeau F- Survey Plans G- Aviation H- Nova Nada I- Personal J- Photos K- Thanksgiving Mass L- College Ste. Anne
Item · [after 1920]
Two original Honor Rolls with names written in ink by hand of those Members of Immanuel Baptist Church (Truro, NS) and Congregation Fighting in the Cause of Liberty and Justice (WWI), God Save the King. 2019.28.1 and 2019.28.2
Fonds · [ca.1980-2011]
Fonds consists of records of the Lake Charlotte Area Heritage Society, including records related to Memory Lane Heritage Villages planning and establishment; board and committee records, marketing, membership and community fundraising, institutional funding, research and interpretation, Memory Lane Heritage Village operation, Eastern Shore Archives, events, bound plans and proposals, oral histories, and audiovisual material. Accession number: 2010.014, 2012.017
Mrs. Stanley Robson fonds
Fonds · [ca. 1965-1967]
Fonds consists of records of the activities of Mrs. Stanley Robson and includes a copy of a handwritten history of the Clam Harbour United Church by Mrs. Robson, as well as an original handwritten review of the Church’s history. The texts were created in preparation for the 1967 centennial celebrations of the Church, with the review to be used as a sermon to the church’s congregation. Mrs. Robson spent two years preparing the history, and stated that she relied mostly on her memory, with the aid of records and information from other residents of the area. The review includes a brief conclusion and some annotations written in a hand other than Mrs. Robson’s. Accession number: 2010.018
Fonds · 1927- [1970]
Consists of six pamphlets and two books related to St. Stephen’s Church groups, activities, and church life. Includes a history of the Woman’s Auxiliary, two manuals for altar guilds, The Seven Sacrifices of the Church, The Prayer Book Through Life, and an exercise or instructional book entitled The House of God which also contains several loose pages including a list of Altar Guild weekly duties. Also contains one sheet of paper with a typed, brief history of the St. Stephen’s Church Anglican Church Women’s group. Accession number: 2013.006