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Eastern Townships Resource Centre Herbert Derick collection Canada With digital objects
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Steamer Island Queen

Item is a photograph of the Island Queen on the Richelieu River, with people visible on the deck, taken in 1898. Captained by Benjamin V. Naylor.

Granby Elastic Web Ltd

Item is a photograph of the Granby Elastic Web Limited factory in Granby, with Denison Street and railway tracks visible in the foreground, taken around the 1930s.

Mary Canfield Masten

Item is a portrait photograph of Mary Maude Alta (née Canfield) Masten, in Coaticook from around 1880. Photographer: M.D. Kilburn (Coaticook, Que.).

Children of Benjamin V. Naylor

Item is a photograph of a group of the children of Benjamin V. Naylor, probably including Elizabeth (Bessie), George, Grace, Herbert, and Donald, likely taken around 1896. Photographer: Pinsonneault (St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que.).

Seraph Thomas Morgan

Item is a portrait photograph of Seraph Alice Thomas, wife of Edward Morgan, holding a quill pen and with ink well, probably taken around the 1920s. Photographer: Larocque (Bedford, Quebec)

Kenneth Clarkson

Item is a photograph of Kenneth Clarkson as a boy, probably taken around the 1920s in Lacolle. He later served in the army during World War II (WWII) and was a Hong Kong POW.

Young people

The item is a photograph of Homer Derick, Beatrice Beerwort, Laura McFie, Howard Derick, Marion Hawley, Frank Robinson, Ruth Hislop, and Aubrey L. Hunter in Clarenceville from about 1905.

George L. Masten

Item is a portrait photograph of George Lyman Masten, school principal, in Coaticook from around 1880. Photographer: M.D. Kilburn (Coaticook, Que.).

Charles Nolen

Item is a photograph of Charles Nolen, officer with the provincial police, in uniform in Lacolle from around the 1940s.

Fort Lennox

Item is a sketch depicting Fort Lennox and the Richelieu River from around 1830.

J.E. Pinsonneault, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of J.E. Pinsonneault’s shop front on Van Vliet Street (formerly St. Bernard Street) looking east in Lacolle from around the 1910s.

St. Bernard Street, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of Van Vliet Street (formerly St. Bernard Street) looking east in Lacolle, with wooden sidewalks and a horse and wagon visible, from around the 1910s.

Church Street, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of de l’Èglise Street (formerly Church Street) in Lacolle, with a hotel visible on left as well as a car and bicycle, probably taken in the 1910s.

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