Sub-series 09 - People-Magog and Surrounding Area

ETRC-P135-008-02a_003.jpg 117th CEF (E.T. Battalion), probably taken at the Bury Armoury, Hunting party at Trouser Leg Pond, Bolton Township Magog Band Magog Fire Company Leonard Auger with Asaph Knowlton and Betty Sawyer's skulls from Knowlton vault in South Stukely Skiiing at Mount Orford Magog Town Hall with 52nd Battalion band among crowd Group of people by the water and in canoes Magog Oddfellows, taken outside Henry Chamberlin's house, Pine Street, Magog Magog Scout Troop, Magog Interior of Dominion Textile, Magog Sample Room, Dominion Textile, Magog Possibly the 5th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards of Ottawa  in camp in the E.T.

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People-Magog and Surrounding Area

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CA ETRC P135-008-09

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  • [18--?]-[19--?] (Creation)

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254 photographs, 9 negatives, 1 postcard, 5 textual records.

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Subseries contains primary source information on the people of Magog and the surrounding area in the 1800s and 1900s. It consists of photographs of people from that area, and especially those who had a connection to Henrietta Kathleen Warren Milne.

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