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View of Rocky Field and Lake

Glass negative showcasing a view of the lake, a rocky field and the edge of the forest. The photograph is taken from behind a fence.

R.R. Bridge Trestle

Glass negative of the R.R. Bridge Trestle, perhaps at Bancroft Bay, Brome Lake. View of the mountains in the background.

Family and Boat at the edge of Brome Lake

Glass negative of the Williams family along the shore of the Lake. Three children are sitting in a boat in the water, while John Sewell Williams and his wife Elizabeth Wood are standing beside the boat with their oldest son.

Citizens for Nuclear Responsibility fonds

  • CA ETRC P257
  • Fonds
  • 1984-1988

-Citizens for Nuclear Responsibility documents: objectives, minutes, members, newspaper clippings, correspondence, briefs/projects (1984-1988)
-Townships Peace Group documents: newsletters, correspondence, newspaper clippings, objectives (1984-1987)

Estrie-vie’s objectives

The item contains information on Estrie-Vie’s goals and on citizen organizations in the early 1980’s. It is a part of the charter of Estrie-Vie.

Interview with C. William Crease

The item is an audio recording of an interview of C. William Crease by W. Gillies Ross on 6 November 1965 about Mr. Crease's time as a miner at the Eustis copper mine. Among the topics covered were the number of employees, mining accidents, working conditions, mining technologies, sports teams, the harvest trains, pollution, the changing landscape around the mining villages, Capelton mine, Albert Mines, and Eustis mine.

Crease, Christopher William (ca. 1888-1967)

Ice jam

Item is a photograph of mounds of ice on the street, left from the St. Francis River flood in Bromptonville in 1948. A bulldozer is visible, pushing the ice blocks from the main street to open the road.

Ice jam

Item is a photograph of an aerial view of ice damage that occured in Bromptonville. A house is completely surrounded by ice and water from the St. Francis River.

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