Sub-series 05 - Places

Main Street in Mansonville Granby Elastic Web Ltd St. Bernard Street, Lacolle J.E. Pinsonneault, Lacolle St. Bernard Street, Lacolle St. Bernard Street, Lacolle Brook and hills Church Street, Lacolle Robert Outhet farm, Lacolle St. Mary Street, Lacolle Lacolle customs and border crossing Quilting bee, Lacolle Methodist Church Walton Van Vliet store, Lacolle North passage and moat, Fort Lennox Ravelin and moat, Fort Lennox Fort Lennox Group playing sports at Fort Lennox South River bridge, Clarenceville, Que. St. George’s Anglican Church, Clarenceville Gouin Bridge and Chambly Canal Canadian Potteries Limited L&N Company, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Tug boat on the Chambly Canal

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CA ETRC P058-009-05

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  • 1830-1993 (Creation)

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  • 51 photographs (includes 9 stereographs) : b&w and col. - 1 sketch : b&w.

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The sub-series contains primary source material on photographs of specific locations within the Eastern Townships. The sub-series is composed of the following files; Mansonville ([18--?]-[19--?]), Richmond (1925-1951), Granby (1931-1946), Lacolle ([19--?]), Ile aux Noix (1830-[19--?]), Clarenceville ([18--?]), Chambly (1849), Clarencetown ([19--?]), Noyan ([19--?]), Hemming Fall's (1926-1931), St. Johns ([19-2?], and Unidentified ([19--?]).

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