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Ammi J. Parker fonds

  • CA E001 UC077
  • Fonds
  • [182-?]-1978; predominant [182-?]-[187-?]

The fonds contains source material on the personal life and the missionary work of Reverend Ammi J. Parker from the 1820s to 1978. It consists of biographical sketches, memoirs, correspondence, an account book, subscriptions, lists of burials and ...

Parker, Ammi J., 1802-1877

Buildings

The sub-series consists of material on commercial and residential buildings in Compton County. It contains the following files: Martinville [189-?], Sawyerville [188-?]-[1937], Cookshire [184-?]-[1918], Bulwer [188-]-[193-], Eaton Corner [2005], ...

Cookshire

The file consists of material on the buildings in Cookshire. It contains three postcards, three photographs, and one textual record.

Learned Hotel

The item is a photograph of the Learned Hotel under construction in Cookshire, showing people on and around the building.

Learned Hotel (Cookshire, Que.)

Other Naylor photographs

The file contains primary source information on the Naylor family from the 1860s to 1929. It consists of photographs of Benjamin V. Naylor and his wife, Sarah; of George, Grace and Bessie Naylor; of W.W. Hudson; of John R. Naylor; a monument on t...

Group of Sherbrooke businessmen

The item is a group portrait photograph of (left to right): Dr. F.J. Austin, John Hallowell, Tom Tuck (druggist), Stephen Edgell, Dr. E. Worthington, F.A. Bowen, Ned Clark, Albert Symmes, Ned Bowen, and E.P. Felton, taken in Sherbrooke around the ...

Ord family

The item is a photograph of John and Emma Ord and family of Brookbury. Most of the subjects in the picture were identified by a descendent of George (Gerry) Ord as follows, back row: Emma Torkelson Ord (mother of the children on the bench), John ...

Robert Bethune

The item is a studio photograph of Robert Bethune, son of John Bethune and Edith Hallowell, taken around the 1870s.

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