Item 1993_133 - Lake Massawippi

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Lake Massawippi

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CA BU BUArtColl-1993_133

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1 lithograph : ink on paper ;

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William S. Hunter Junior was born at St. John (now St. Jean-sur-Richelieu) Québec in 1823. He married Miss Nancy Parsons of Stanstead and they had two daughters and one son. In the Canada Directory of 1857-58, he was listed as an artist, illustrator and designer. In 1867 he was listed as a mining broker and 1875 as a manufacturer of boots, shoes and harness. He died November 29, 1894 and is buried in Stanstead, Québec.

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Scowen, Philip H. and Monique Cholette


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  • English

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