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Young man with dog

The item is a photograph of an unidentified man, possibly a member of the Gingras family, in a rocking chair on a verandah with a dog in his lap, probably taken in Sherbrooke or Lennoxville around the 1920s.

Child and dog

The item is a photograph of an unidentified child with a dog, possibly a member of the Gingras family, probably in Lennoxville or Sherbrooke in the 1920s.

Dog sleeping

Item is a photograph of a dog sleeping, likely belonging to the Gingras family, in the Lennoxville from around the 1920s.

Woman with cat

The item is a photograph of an unidentified woman, possibly a member of a Gingras family, holding a cat probably in Lennoxville the 1920s.

Father and children with dog

The item is a photograph of a man and two children, possibly Armand Gingras with sons, Leonard and Gerald, and a dog, probably taken in Sherbrooke or Lennoxville in the 1920s.

Boys with dogs

The item is a photograph of two boys, possibly Leonard and Gerald Gingras, and two dogs, probably taken in Lennoxville in the 1920s.

Possibly Armand Gingras

The item is a photograph of an unidentified man, possibly Armand Gingras, and woman, probably taken in Sherbrooke around the 1910s.

Toddler with cat

The item is a photograph of an unidentified toddler holding a cat, with a garden and house visible in the background, probably taken in Sherbrooke in the 1920s.

Statement of George Hanby Cairns

Item is a statement of George Hanby Cairns of Montreal, written July 6, 1905. It primarily describes the lives and assets of Robert Cairns (tailor) and Ann Jane Hope Cairns, with mentions of a Mr. Fergerson (merchant tailor) and his daughter, Hanby F. Cairns (lawyer), Dr. James Douglas, Charles Cairns, and Arthur Cairns. It statement appears to be a claim to a portion of the estate of Ann Jane Hope Cairns by her nephew, George Hanby Cairns.

Ebenezer Southmayd

Item is a photograph of Ebenezer Southmayd, first Postmaster of Barnston/Dixville, Que. (Now known as Ways Mills, Que.). Photograph by M.D. Kilburn.

Harold Bruce Fletcher

Item is a photograph of Harold Bruce Fletcher. (To see a promotion certificate as 2nd lieutenant, see P244-006-003 in Box F-44)

William (Bill) McCallum

Item is a photograph of William (Bill) McCallum standing with a cane in front of a house. Taken in 1946 at Randboro, Province of Quebec. Notice the bottle nailed to the tree.

F. Winfield Hackett and Eva (Ryan) Hackett with children

The item is a photograph of F. Winfield Hackett and Eva (née Ryan) Hackett with children in October 1943. Pictured are: (back, L-R) F. Winfield, M. Cora, Michael W., Eva Rose, John S., F. Ryan, (front, L-R) K. Ann, F. Winfield, H. Sybil, and Eva Ryan Hackett.

E.M. Beerwort

The item is a photograph postcard of Edmond M. Beerworth/Beerwort in Beebe Junction in 1915.

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