The item contains information on Georges Frederick Bowen's professionnal life. It is a letter offering to bargain with another proprietor to solve a mistake made by the Municipality of Weedon, sent by the British American Land Company, represented by L.B. Langford.
The file contains primary source information on the personal life, family, and community involvement of Morris (a.k.a. Mott) C. Derick in Noyan from 1867 to 1924. It consists of correspondence from friends and family, as well as letters composed by M.C. Derick. Included among the postcard correspondence are two addressed to Morris' wife, Elizabeth Beerwort. It also contains a ticket for the Harvest Home Festival for Noyan and Clarenceville from 1867 and a membership card for the Farmers Club of Noyan.
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.).
The file contains primary source information on the geography, architecture and communities of villages in Foucault Township from around 1906 to 1954. It consists of postcard views of Clarenceville (now Saint-Georges-de-Clarenceville), Noyan, Île-aux-Noix, and along the Richelieu River.
The item is a photograph of one of Wesley United Church Sunday School groups in Beebe in 1940. Teacher: Rose Rediker. Students: Mary Miller, Carrie Lare, Evelyn Manning, Edna Dennis, Catherine Cooper, Lois Wells, Mary Jean Stewart, Betty Campbell.