East Angus (Quebec)

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East Angus Brownies

East Angus Brownie Troop, 1949-1950: Front row: June Therrien, Carol Clifford, Meryle Labonte, Charlotte Knapp, Dorothy Knapp. Middle row: Mary Lou Davis, Beverley Kinnear, Oleta ?, Cathleen Early, Josie ?. Back row: Holly Clout (leader), Marilyn Robertson, Ann Damon. Leaders: Holly Clout, Joan McLaughlin.

East Angus High School Grade 3 & 4

East Angus High School grades 3 & 4, 1949-1950: Front row: Meryle Labonte, Dorothy Knapp, Marilyn Robertson, Cathleen Early, Charlotte Knapp. Middle row: Allan Haddad, Beverley Barratt, Joan Main, Sylvia Aulis, Ann Damon, Audrey Knapp, Doreen Moore. Back row: Brian Morse, Grant Gray, Tim Davis, David Cillis, Stanley Locke. Teacher: Miss Lowry.

East Angus High School hockey team

The item is a photograph of the East Angus High School hockey team from around 1949, when the team was the Compton County champions. Those pictured are:
Front row from left: Graydon Main, Carl Bjerklund, Gordon Robertson, Tim Davis
Back row from left: David Gregory, Buddy Hughes, Dale Webb, Doug Bell, Bob Davis, Jim Fearnley

Fonds Fabrique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde d'East Angus

  • CA CAMAR FP078
  • Fonds
  • 1948 - 2008

Ce fonds nous renseigne sur un projet d'urbanisme de la ville d'East Angus, sur la gestion financière, le patrimoine et le territoire de la paroisse, ainsi que sur la construction de l'église et du presbytère. Le fonds se compose de plans, de tracts, de documents financiers ainsi que d'une demande et décret d'érection de la congrégation des Dames de Sainte-Anne. Une fiche d'inventaire de l'église et des photographies complètent ce fonds.

Fabrique Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde d'East Angus

Bridge, East Angus

Item is a photograph of the Brompton Pulp and Paper Company's Bridge, the first bridge in East Angus, which was a wooden covered bridge. It was replaced with a new bridge, the Taschereau Bridge, in 1923.

East Angus

Item is a photograph of a view of the town of East Angus and the surrounding landscape, with the Anglican (Christ Church) and Catholic (Saint-Louis-de-Westbury) churches visible.

Train Wreck

Item is a photograph of a Quebec Central Railway train wreck that happened in the train yard of Royal Paper mill, located in East Angus.

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