Brome, County of

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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).

Covered Bridges of the Eastern Townships documentary

Item is a documentary project researched and produced by Barbara Verity and narrated by Joyce Cochrane on covered bridges in the Eastern Townships, produced around 1977. Included in the documentary are images of the covered bridges at Fitch Bay (Narrows), Milby, Capelton, Coaticook (Drouin), Stanbridge East (Monaghan), Melbourne (Creek/Gibson), Highwater (Province Hill/de la Frontière), Gould (Fisher Hill/McVetty-McKenzie), Ste-Catherine-de-Hatley (Rexford), Cowansville (Freeport), Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge (Pike River/des Rivières), and Island Brook (McDermott).

Highwater, Que.

The item is a postcard showing the South Eastern Railway station and Chemin de la Mine in Highwater around 1913.

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