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Covered Bridges of the Eastern Townships documentary

Item is a documentary project researched and produced by Barbara Verity and narrated by Joyce Cochrane on covered bridges in the Eastern Townships, produced around 1977. Included in the documentary are images of the covered bridges at Fitch Bay (Narrows), Milby, Capelton, Coaticook (Drouin), Stanbridge East (Monaghan), Melbourne (Creek/Gibson), Highwater (Province Hill/de la Frontière), Gould (Fisher Hill/McVetty-McKenzie), Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley (Rexford), Cowansville (Freeport), Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge (Pike River/des Rivières), and Island Brook (McDermott).

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Lionel Houde, butcher in Lennoxville

The item is a negative of Lionel Houde, a butcher for 50 years in Lennoxville as he helps customers. He took the habit of asking his client for their recipes which allowed him to have a lot of recipes to share with other clients.

Jewett's General Store

The item is a negative of the inside of Jewett's General Store in Vale Perkins. The store was owned by George Jewett and then by his daughter Jane Jewett. Jane is in the picture wearing an apron. To her left is Vladimir Krpan and Joe Guilbault is in front of her.

Jewett's General Store

The item is a negative of the inside of Jewett's General Store in Vale Perkins. The store was owned by George Jewett and then by his daughter Jane Jewett. Jane is in the picture wearing an apron.

Jewett's General Store

The item is a negative of the inside of Jewett's General Store in Vale Perkins. The store was owned by George Jewett and then by his daughter, Jane Jewett. Jane is in the picture wearing an apron. To her left is Vladimir Krpan and Joe Guilbault is in front of her.

Jewett's General Store

The item is a negative of the inside of Jewett's General Store in Vale Perkins. The store was owned by George Jewett and then by his daughter Jane Jewett. Jane is in the picture wearing an apron. Right next to him is Vladimir Krpan, a customer.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of a women on a horse holding a flag for Canada Day parade in 1988.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of Canada Day parade in 1988. A man and a woman are getting ready with their horses for the parade.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of Canada Day parade in 1988. A carriage representing Twin Brook farms is passing in front of the spectators.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of the Canada Day parade in 1988. A group a spectators are sitting on the grass to watch the parade.

Canada Day parade

The item is a negative of the Canada Day parade in 1988. A marching band and majorettes as they prepare for the parade.

Drummondville folk festival

The item is a negative of a group of dancers at the Drummondville folks festival in 1988. They are wearing traditionals costumes.

Drummondville folk festival

The item is a negative of a group of dancers at the Drummondville folks festival in 1988. They are wearing traditionals costumes.

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