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Auguste et Blanche Levasseur

La pièce est une photographie d’Auguste Levasseur et Blanche Lajoie de Saint-François-Xavier-de-Brompton vers les années 1920, probablement prise à l’occasion de leur mariage.

Famille Levasseur

La pièce est une photographie de la famille Levasseur de Saint-François-Xavier-de-Brompton vers 1902, incluant (à gauche) Pierre Levasseur, (1e rangée) Denis Levasseur, Thimothé Levasseur (père), Thimothé Levasseur (fils), Zacharie Levasseur, Auguste Levasseur, Imelda Levasseur, Emma Landry Levasseur, (2e rangée) Alphonse Levasseur, Adrien Levasseur, Wilfrid Levasseur, Amanda Levasseur et Félix Levasseur.

Hauling log with sledge

The item is a photograph of a team hauling a log on a sledge (sled) in winter, likely including members of the Baker family at the Edwin G. Baker farm on Haslett Road at Danville, taken in 1914 or 1915. Also visible is the load binder - the bent stick. The log would be chained to the sled, the load binder attached to the chain, bent over and hooked, thereby applying tension to the chain to hold the log in place.

WWI postcard, inscription

Item is a reproduction of a postcard depicting what is likely a militia unit at Richmond around 1916. The unit was probably made up of people who were too young or otherwise unfit to serve in the regular forces. The inscription on the verso lists the following names: featuring Rollie Elliot, Chet Kearry, Riggins, Arthur Pope, Elmer Cleveland, Stuart Morrill, ? Blake, Elmer Stockwell, Stuart Only, Eddie Smith, Dan Tounes, Harry Pugh, Stuart Messenger, Henry Smith, Ivan Adams, Leslie Porter, Stuart Hamilton, Arthur Messenger, Russ McKee, Duncan McCallum, Brooks Hamilton, Henry Carson, Bertie Barlow, Herbie Robinson, Ralph MacBain, Serg. ?. The postcard was copied in 2019.

WWI postcard

Item is a reproduction of a postcard depicting what is likely a militia unit at Richmond in about 1916. The unit was probably made up of people who were too young or otherwise unfit to serve in the regular forces. The inscription on the verso lists the following names: featuring Rollie Elliot, Chet Kearry, Riggins, Arthur Pope, Elmer Cleveland, Stuart Morrill, ? Blake, Elmer Stockwell, Stuart Only, Eddie Smith, Dan Tounes, Harry Pugh, Stuart Messenger, Henry Smith, Ivan Adams, Leslie Porter, Stuart Hamilton, Arthur Messenger, Russ McKee, Duncan McCallum, Brooks Hamilton, Henry Carson, Bertie Barlow, Herbie Robinson, Ralph MacBain, Serg. ?. The postcard was copied in 2019.

Students of the McLeod schoolhouse

Item is a photograph of a group of students from the McLeod schoolhouse taken in the 1920s. Pictured in the photograph are; (1st row, L-R) Vivian Clark, Eileen McLeod, Merriam Rose, Eunice Bonnallie, Norrey? Bonnallie, (2nd row, L-R) Celia McLeod, Gladys Winget, ? Purdy, Norman Hatch, John Rose, Muriel Hatch, Annie Winget, Alden Clark, Fred? Berwick, Milton B?, Vivian Hatch, Herman Clark, Elsie Winget, Hugh Rose, and Idell McLeod.

Saint-Claude Richemont [sic] Fondé en 1890.

Photomontage of the clergy of Richmond since 1890. They are identified as: Mgr. Antoine Racine; Mgr. Paul-Stanislas Larocque; Mgr. Alphonse-Osias Gagnon; Mgr. Hubert-Olivier Chalifoux; Frederick-Patrick Dignan; Mgr. Joseph-Alfred-Élie Dufresne; A.-J. Perrin; Mgr. Olivier-Zacharie Letendre; Joseph-Louis-Arthur Coté; Mgr. Marie-Joseph-Hermann Morin. Also included is a photograph of a house probably the presbytery, and the church of Saint Claude in 1910.

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