Community life



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  • The subject term Community life should be used with descriptions that relate to community events or organizations, promotions of communities, groups working for the development and/or maintenance of evens, services and facilities for community, community spirit and community promotion, fraternal organization, and community activities and events. Communities can exist in towns, municipalities, villages, or neighbourhoods and can be culturally. religiously, camp, or school based.

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Community life

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Community life

  • UF Community activities
  • UF Community support
  • UF Community spirit
  • UF Community events
  • UF Charitable organizations
  • UF Fraternal organizations

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Community life

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Item is a photograph of a woman standing outside the Silhouette Tea Room, located in a yellow house on College Street in Lennoxville.

Retirement party for Edward Montgomery

Retirement of Edward Montgomery, 43, alderman.
Left to right, first row: A. R. McFadden, Théophile Bergeron, Ed Montgomery, Philippe Bernier, David Ashby ;
2nd row: Joseph Burns, Joseph Roberge, Ransom Hayes, Dick Willard, John Forst, Gérard Gendreau, Eugène Tardif, Sylvio Tardif, Albert Morin (Albert Morin built the Garage St-Cyr), Albert Moore, Oscar Bergeron, Anselme Tourigny, Hilaire Aubin,

Magog Oddfellows, taken outside Henry Chamberlin's house, Pine Street, Magog

Magog Oddfellows, taken outside Henry Chamberlin's house, Pine Street, Magog, ca. 1910. Among those pictured: Tom Broadbent, Bill McKenna, Charlie Styan, Scotty MacDonald, Willi Brevoort, Harry Spinks, Foster Baker(?), Jim Conners, Norman Ratcliffe, George Cunningham, Fred Whittaker, Ernest Snape, Frank Williams(?), George Mallinson, Glen Hitchcock, Jimmy Mitchell, Francis Milne, Harry Spinks, Henry Chamberlin, Alf Levick, Dan Peters, Jack Sampson, Alec Mitchell

Magog Fire Company

Item consists of a photograph of Magog Fire Company in 1910s. Pictured: Henry Chamberlin, Arthur Gendron, Allan Smith, Charlie Powers, Gedeon Clement, Babe Thomas, Napoleon Lepine, E.D. Smith (Capt.), Peter Marchand, Israel Tremblay, Arthur Langlois, Alcide(?) Gendron, Omide Main(?)

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