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Family of Eugene Arthur Baldwin

The item is a group photograph of the family of Eugene Arthur Baldwin, taken around 1913 in Stanstead. Pictured are:
(standing at back, left-right) Beatrice (approx. age 14), Pardon (approx. age 36), Mary (approx. age 5), Florence (née Ives, wife of Percival), Percival, Adele (née Wilcox, wife of Eugene A.)
(seated, left-right) Ethel (née Peck, wife of Pardon), Eugene (approx. age 12), Lyman Heath (husband of Blanche), Blanche (approx. age 26), Oscar Heath (approx. age less than 1 year), Sidney (approx. age 14), Adele (approx. age 5), Eugene Arthur (approx. age 60).
(sitting in front) Richard (approx. age 7)

Percy A. Baldwin

The item is a studio portrait photograph of Percival (aka Percy) A. Baldwin, probably taken in the 1890s. Photographer: Kilburn (Coaticook, Que.).

Major C.W. Hewson

Item is a photograph of Major C.W. Hewson at a wash basin in a military camp, tents visible in the background, probably taken around 1915.

Interview with Teddy Green

Item is an interview of Edward "Teddy" Green about his experience working at the Eustis copper mines by W. Gillies Ross in October 1965. Included in the interview are the subjects of mining accidents, working conditions, mining methods, use of communication in the mines, entertainment and leisure, WWI and marriage, and Black people from North Carolina working in the mines.

Green, Edward Colston (1895-1972)

Interview with Arthur Speid, part A

Item is the first part of a recorded conversation with Arthur T. Speid with Dr. J.D. Jefferis, Arnold Banfill, and Arthur Motyer, recorded 19 February 1966 in Lennoxville. The interview focuses on Arthur Speid's experiences as a student at Bishop's College School and Bishop's University in the 1890s. Among the subjects covered are the campus buildings, food strikes, the golf course (links), athletics, drama, school subjects, women at Bishop's, and various professors, principals, and headmasters including Henry de Beltgens Gibbins, Thomas B. Waitt, James P. Whitney, Francis J.B. Allnatt, Richard A. Parrock, Gilbert B. Jones, Arthur H. McGreer, and Robert N. Hudspeth. It also includes more general discussion of Lennoxville.

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