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Depot, Noyan, P.Q.

The item is a photograph postcard showing the train station,station jointly operated by the Grand Trunk Railway and the Quebec Montreal and Southern Railway, at Noyan Junction from about 1910.

Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment

The file contains information on the Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment. It consists of an issue of "Checkers!", the regiment's newsletter (dated 30 August 1945) and documents (including a plan) regarding the design of a commemorative plaque.

Military Camp Sherbrooke P.Q.

The item is a postcard showing soldiers on horseback during a militia camp in Sherbrooke from 1907. Message on verso to Emma Harran (Moe's River) from L.F.S. Postcard printed by Pinnsoneault Fr�res.

Officers of the Main Guard

The item is a photograph postcard showing soldiers of the "Main Guard", possibly in Coaticook, ca. 1910, with tents visible in the background and one officer is holding a bugle. Message on verso to Ruth Dyson (Montreal, QC) from Roy [unknown], who identified himself as a Corporal in the photograph. Photographer: J.E. Larivi�re (Coaticook, Que.)

Methodist Ladies' Aid Members

The item is a photograph of the members of the Methodist Ladies' Aid of Trinity Methodist (later United) Church in Sherbrooke in 1886-1887. Top row left to right: Mrs. R.E. Bradley, Mrs. (Dr.) Spencer, Mrs. W.S. Dresser 1st, Mrs. W.R. Bradley, Mrs. B.C. Howard and Mrs. George Long.
Second row left to right: Mrs. Clark Gordon, Mrs. Spence, Mrs. Alex Hyndman (Dresser 2nd), Mrs. G.G. Bryant, Mrs. D.G. Loomis and Mrs. N. N. Walley.
Third row from left to right: Mrs. W.A. Morehouse, Mrs. Robert Johnson and Mrs. L.W. Dorvlin.

First Ladies Aid Society of the Sherbrooke Methodist Church

The item is a photograph of the members of the first Ladies Aid Society of the Sherbrooke Methodist Church. Back row: Miss Allie Loomis (Mrs. A.H. Foss), Miss Ames, Miss Mellie Bunker, president, Miss May Scofield, Miss Emma Brown. Middle row: Miss Dora Daigneau (Mrs. G.E. Hyndman), Miss Lily Bryant, Miss Jennie Woodward, Miss Jennie Elliot and Miss Dadia Gordon. Front row: Miss Sara Eddie (Mrs. Ernest Long), Miss Nellie Brown, Miss Mary Gordon (Mrs. J.W. McKee), Miss Minnie Stevens (Mrs. A.G. Campbell) and Miss Pitcher.

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.

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.

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