Magog (Quebec)

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Magog Maples hockey team

Item consists of a photograph of the Magog Maples hockey team from about 1910. Pictured standing (L-R): George Robinson, George Mallinson, Alphonse Brousseau, Maurice Hawley, Lawrence "Mike" McDonough, and Henri Boucher. Seated (L-R): Gilbert "Gil" Hartson, Willie Levesque, and Louis Huberdeau. Young boy, seated, unidentified.

Magog Cricket Club

Item consists of photograph of the Magog Cricket Club. Standing in the photograph from left to right are: Sam Hyde, Ray Bean, Francis Milne, Walter Potter, Norman Ratcliffe, Harold Hall, Arthur Meek, George Gaunt, Harry Jackson, Ernest Bradley and Percy Wagland. Seated in the photograph from left to right are: Edgar Whalley, Guilford ("Teddy") Shaw and Frank Williams.

Graphic Materials

The series contains primary source graphic material mostly originating from Magog from sometime in the 1800s to about 2002. It consists of photographs, negatives, slides, postcards, drawings, paintings, and a few textual records. The series is comprised of the following subseries: Harry, Kathleen, Catherine, and Jean Milne ([1920?]-2001), Other Milnes/Mills ([186-?]-[1995?]), Warren family ([186-?]-[1999?]), Rattray family ([185-?]-[1985?]), Mallinson family ([1860-2002?]), Field family ([1857-1890?], 1928, 1955-1956, 1975), Hamilton family ([1860-1920?]), Landscapes and Buildings-Magog and Surrounding Area ([1850]-[1973?]), People-Magog and Surrounding Area ([18--?]-[19--?]), Sports & Recreation ([190-?]-[195-?]), Travel ([1932-1939?]), Miscellaneous photographs ([18--?], [1942-1986?]), Artwork ([1915?]-1951).

Magog

Item is a photograph of the town of Magog, taken on the other side of the river behind Main street, looking towards Mount Orford.

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