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East Broughton mining sector

Item is a photograph of part of East Broughton, formerly East Broughton Station, (presently 10e avenue nord), with the mining installations of Quebec Asbestos Corporation visible in the distance, taken around 1910.

Ward family

The item is a photograph of Alexander Henry (Harry) Ward family. From left to right the back row: Agnes Gertrude Moore-Ward (the mother), Marjorie Ward, Don Beathie (Marjorie's husband), Alexander Henry (Harry) Ward. Front row: Evelyn Ward and Lois Ward.

Ward Brothers

The item is a photograph of six of the Ward brothers at Albion's house in Lower Ireland. The house used to be the one of Annie M. Cairns Ward.

Ward Brothers

The item is a photograph of Alexander Henry (Harry) Ward, Robert Grant Ward, Bill Ward and Albion Tudor Ward.

Cora Moore-Mouland

The item is a photograph of Cora Moore-Mouland, aunt of lois Ward, with another woman. The two women are posing in front of Robert Grant Ward snowmobile.

Ward Family

The item is a photograph of Albion Ward, his wife Doris Christine Peterson, Evelyn Ward, doctor Peter Ward, WM. Ward, Robert Grant Ward and Alexander Henry (Harry) Ward, petting a dog.

Ward Family

The item is a photograph of Robert Grant Ward (standing on the left), Alexander Henry (Harry) Ward, Charlie Ward, Grant, Peter Ward and Albion Ward.

Statement of George Hanby Cairns

Item is a statement of George Hanby Cairns of Montreal, written July 6, 1905. It primarily describes the lives and assets of Robert Cairns (tailor) and Ann Jane Hope Cairns, with mentions of a Mr. Fergerson (merchant tailor) and his daughter, Hanby F. Cairns (lawyer), Dr. James Douglas, Charles Cairns, and Arthur Cairns. It statement appears to be a claim to a portion of the estate of Ann Jane Hope Cairns by her nephew, George Hanby Cairns.

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