Series 009 - Photographs

General store First Richmond bridge Second Richmond bridge  when it was destroyed by ice Christening of the third Richmond bridge Third Richmond bridge Richmond flood, people viewing flooded street Richmond flood, ice in street Richmond flood, people farther down street Richmond flood, at crossroads CPR in Drummondville; man on handcar CPR in Drummondville; train car 13th Dragoon Regiment, Waterloo, on parade in Quebec City, July Members of the St. Patrick's Society, St. Jean Baptiste parade, Richmond Richmond flood, empty street

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CA ETRC P049-009

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  • [18-?]-1927 (Creation)

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25 photographs.

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The series contains source material regarding the history of Richmond County and other areas in the Eastern Townships from the 19th century to 1927. It contains the following files: Floods in Richmond (1906), Railroad in Drummondville ([18-?]), Railroad in Kingsey (1927), Village of Richmond ([1906?]), Village of Melbourne ([ca. 1900]), Bridges in Richmond ([188-?]-[1903?]), Jos. Bedard Store and St. Francis Hotel in Richmond ([18-?]), Dragoon Regiment in Waterloo (1908), and St. Francis College in Richmond ([18-?]).

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