The file consists of glass negatives showcasing Blarney Castle and the surrounding grounds, home of Senator George G. Foster, located on the east bank of Brome Lake, between Judge Christopher Dunkin's and Sydney Fisher's estates. The images show Senator Foster with his wife Mary Maud Buchanan, their children George Buchanan and Ruth Elizabeth, and some guests.
Glass negative showcasing the fence at the entrance of Blarney Castle grounds, with Sen. George G. Foster with his two children. The little boy is sitting on one of the fence door, the little girl is on the pony and there is a man on a one horse carriage in the background.
Glass negative showcasing a side view of Blarney Castle, with senator George G. Foster and his family in the foreground. His wife Mary is standing beside the bench and a lady is standing on the left side of the balcony.
Glass negative showcasing a side view of Blarney Castle, with senator George G. Foster and his family in the foreground. The little girl is standing beside her father and a lady is standing on the balcony.
Glass negative of the Williams family along the shore of the Brome 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.
This collection contains source material on the local history, culture and traditions of the Anglophone community of the Eastern Townships at the beginning of the 20th century. It consists largely of audio cassette tapes, video cassettes, photographs, some textual records, a topographical map of Dudswell. The fonds is comprised of the following series: Local Culture in the Eastern Townships, Radio Broadcasts by Ian Tait, CRC Class-Student Projects, Photographs and Drawings, Maps, and Miscellaneous Documents.
Glass negative of man and two women, one in a toboggan on a snowy field. The two women are Helen (seated) and Elizabeth Wood, sisters of Sally Wood, and the man is John Sewell Williams, husband of Elizabeth.
Glass negative showcasing one of the main streets in Granby. There are many people proceeding down the street, both on foot and in horse and buggy, as well as people standing along the sidewalks. It seems to be the funeral of someone important, as the first vehicle is a hearse.