- CA ETRC P998-083-247-001-006
Item is a photograph of Brome Lake.
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Item is a photograph of Brome Lake.
Item is a photograph of the St. Francis River in Lennoxville.
Lake Memphremagog, including probably Skinner's Island.
Item is a photograph of Waterloo.
Item is a photograph of Bolton Pass.
Album of coloured photographs of landscapes of the Eastern Townships: Bolton Pass, Waterloo, Lake Massawippi, Trout Pool in Sutton, Saint Francis River in Lennoxville, Brome Lake, Breeches Lake in Wolfe County, Missisquoi River in Potton, Magog River in Sherbrooke, the Pinnacle in Dunham, and one unidentified photograph of a tree over a body of water. The album was compiled by Norman Edson.
The file consists of a photograph of E.J. Simon's gas station (Peerless gasolene) in East Angus from 1931.
Item is a photograph of the hotel Le Vicomte, located at 2424 Galt Ouest in Sherbrooke.
File consists of four photographs: two photographs of a pocket watch, one with the watch open, one with it closed; one photograph of a handwritten card stating that the watch had been given to Alex Balfour of Lennoxville by Jefferson Davis in payment for a pair of shoes in 1867; and one photograph of a handwritten card with a history of the Kerr-Irwin family of Ireland and their descendants, the Balfour family of Lennoxville.
The collection contains source material on various topics related to the Eastern Townships in the ninetieth and twentieth centuries such as portraits, landscapes, buildings, education, religion, culture, economy, military and sports. It consists of photographs, paintings and postcards.
Eastern Townships Resource Centre Graphic Material (Sherbrooke, Que.)
The series contains graphic material donated in 1993.
The series contains graphic material donated in 1989.
Item is a photograph of the Hatley ball team, taken on the Hatley village common, in 1928. Among those pictured are Wesley Levitt (first person on the left, middle row) and Kenneth Little (unknown).
The item is a photograph of the senior class of Lennoxville High School from 1931 to 1932. Pictured in the photograph are: D.F. Bennett, A.E. Stalker, N.W. Bowers, M.E. Hodge, J.W. Stevenson (Principal), S.N. Cann, R.G. Wheeler, I.W. George, F.W. Matthews, M.E. Machell, D.W. Henry, E.W. Matthews, G. Christison, W.A. Orr, and D.S. Henry.
The file consists of a photograph of the Grade XI class of Lennoxville High School (LHS) in 1934. Included among those pictured is Verna Cathcart (2nd from right, front row), who later taught at LHS.
The item consists of a copy of a photograph of an elementary school trip group from Lennoxville High School, with school bus visible in the background, from the 1960s. Pictured among those in the photograph are Nancy Baldwin, Karen Fidler, Timmy Crawford and Jane Fuller. Also pictured are Aveleigh Kyle and her daughter, Penny Kyle (second girl in front row).
Item is a reproduction of a photograph of James Dewing's house on the Mitchell Road in Huntingville around 1921. The photograph was reproduced in 2008.
Item is a reproduction of a photograph with a view of Huntingville in 1921, most likely of Mitchell Road. The photograph was reproduced in 2008.
The file consists of a photograph of the steamer "Pocahontas" on Lake Massawippi around 1905, with a dock and canoes visible in the foreground.
The item is a photograph of the employees of the Butterfield factory in Rock Island in May 1936. Pictured in the photograph are: (front row, l-r) John Distefano, William Higgins, Cecil Whiteman, Joseph Carbonneau, Herman Sisco, unknown, Stanley Miller/Hiller, Fred LaRocque, "Pansy" Lavers, William Abbott, George Holland (General Manager), Lawrence Laythe (Office Manager), Clifford White (General Superintendent), Hugh Bell, Stanley Holland, William Hebert, Beulah Stevenson, Florence Warren Davis, Alice Ayer Merriman, Jeanne Menard McCullen, Dorothy Cosgrove Washington, Ruth McGaffey Bliss, Elaine Mallard, Dorothy Woodward Beach, Margaret Bell, Olive Brown Bliss, Merilla Bullock Farman, Katherine Farman, ? Foss, Edna Woodward Mason, Laura Neveu, Jean Robinson Kelly, Gerard Boisvert, Alfred Cote, ? Davis, Walter Curtis, Edward Redden, Wayne "Lefty" Hitchcock, Ronald "Pit" Young, Angus Barlow, Frank Maheux, Rudolph Bean, Cyril Cargill.
(second row standing, l-r): Henry P. Crawford, Jack Anderson, Leslie Ellis, Fred Ellis, Oscar Beaudin, Francis Distenfano, Arsene Cloutier, Carlton Joyce, George Tuckey, Wildred Dumas, Edison Lebaron/Labaron, Richard Middleton, Albert Michaud, Early McMullen, Armand Rondeau, Reginald Couture, William Smith, Frank Pepin, Arthur "Sparky" Jenkerson, Napoleon "Poly" Gagnon, Clarence Copp, William Denney, Joseph Maheux, Harold Hall/Houle, unknown, Harold Farman, Stuart Edgar, Harry Dolloff, Edward Garceau, Sidney Hall, Elbert Embury, Wallace Marley, Freddie Richer jr., Archie "Sliver" Webb, Roland Rondeau, Wilfred Bolduc, Thomas McCune, Joseph Barlow, Lawrence "Bus" Laythe, Jack Washington, Frank Washington, "Jee" Seguin, Earl Courser, Joseph Rondeau, Wilson Howe.
(3rd row, l-r): Jack Crawford, William Alexander, Joseph Wallace, Lee Webster, Jean Gratton, Frank Caron, Joseph Cote, Lorenzo Dion, Kenneth Brown, "Pete" Perron, Fay Hill, Edard Bushnell, Joseph Rever, "Lett" Mosher, Walter Simmoneau, Niel McMullen, Alton Hull, David Richer, ? Sargent, Harry Kelly, Fred Suitor, James Murphy, Hubert Pepin.
(4th row, l-r): Henry Gilbert, Antoine "Pete" Rodrigue, Gilman Dorman, Charles Merriman, Oswald Sisco, Grayden Watson, William Hull, Wilfred Lariviere, Howard Wells, Donald Holden, Charles Bennett, Mervin Standish, Lionel Cote, John Watson jr., Leewood Labaree, Eugene Moulton, Albert Farrow, Joseph Couture, Ernest "Fat" Nason, Harold Bacon, Edward Sicard?, ? Holden, John Piatti, Denis Daviau, Hubert Pepin, Carroll Aldrich, Bert Hamilton, Frank Leblanc, Homer Brainerd, Joe Breault, Arthur Poulin, Elias Gagnon, unknown, Leon Mosher, Edward Malouin, Lawrence Clapper, Edward Eaton Jr., Douglas Farrow, Fred May, Harold "Foxy" Wells, Henry Farrow, William Greer, Hollis Clapper, Emerson Peavy.
(back row, l-r): ? Seguin, ? Seguin, John Watson sr., Charles Clark, Lawrence Candlish, unknown, Raymond Wheelock, Maurice Heatherington, unknown, George Winter jr., Sidney Farrow, Charles Ellis, George Suprenant, Tom Richer, Eugene Wells, Damien Michaud.
Item is a photograph of the covered bridge in Saint-Camille, built in 1933 and destroyed by fire in 1996.
Photograph of covered bridge in Saint-Camille, constructed in 1933 and destroyed by fire in 1996.
Item is a photograph of St. Jacob's Hotel and the surrounding area during the flood of November 4-5, 1927.