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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.

Work Team at La Pyramide with the Company's New Truck

Item is a photograph of a work team at the Pyramide, with the new compagny truck. 1st row, from left to right: Henri Desruisseaux, Emile Thériault, Gérard Bernard, Philippe Blouin, Roméo Giguère, Ronald Scowen (working at the office), Gérard Sévigny, Harry Fox, Lawrence McCourt, Gordon Sims, Ernest Gilbert.
2nd row : Béatrice Leroux, Yvonne Blais, Lucienne Gauthier Aline Audy, Thérèse Audy, Imelda Bourque, Yvonne Pageau, Georgianna Blanchette, Fernande Jacques, Fernande Giguère, Rose Gauthier.
3rd row : Bill Keating, Cédéa Giguère, Jack Longmire

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.

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.

Wedding of Rosamond Reed and Rupert Littlejohn

The item depicts Rosamond Reed and Rupert Littlejohn's wedding party. Their marriage took place at the North Hatley Universalist Church the 16 August 1938. The attendants included: Eulah Reed Scowen, Helen Reed, Thelma Kezar, Annis Lee Scowen (flower girl), Guy Littlejohn, Philip Scowen, Stuart Edgar, James Povey, and Stewart Reed (not all ushers are included in the photograph).

Valentine greetings

The item contains information on the Kerr family’s personal life. It consists of a Valentine greeting from Ronald and Helen to Aunt Lilla.

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.

To Bertha, from Mary

The item contains information on the personal lives of the Little family. It likely is from Mary Thwaites, Ruth Little's aunt, to Bertha Little, her sister.

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