Series 006 - Leonard Auger Material

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Leonard Auger Material

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CA ETRC P135-006

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  • ([179-?]-1985) (Creation)

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0.61 l.m. of textual records, 32 photographs, 13 postcards, 5 negatives, 89 glass plate negatives.

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Leonard Arthur Auger was born 15 February 1893, in Magog, Que to parents Alfred Auger (1868-1950) and Ella Elmira Buzzell (1870-1934). On 25 November, 1915, Leonard married Clarida Darcy (1892-1969). Throughout his life, Leonard lived in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Quebec. He was employed as a personnel manager for Dominion Textile in Magog until his retirement in 1948. He also served on the Magog Protestant Board of School Commissioners. Leonard Auger became well known for his study of Indigenous and Eastern Townships history. He published several articles on his various history topics and lectured around the United States and Canada. He died on 25 January, 1973 and is buried with his wife in the Pine Hill Cemetery, Magog.

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The series contains primary source material on the works by Leonard Auger, from the 1700's to 1985. The series is comprised of the following sub series; Eastern Townships History ([17--?]-1985), Indigenous Peoples ([18--?]- 1969), Potton Rock ([194--?]-[197-?]), Magog (1846-1972), Ralph Merry (1818-1970), Georgeville (1848-1970), Daughters of the American Revolution ([196-?])-1972), Weatherbee Family ([18-?)]-]19-?]), Daily Reminder Book ([1932-1933?]), Clippings (1793-1977), Deliverance Lodge Minute Book (1896-1900), School Commissioners of Magog Minute Book (1821-1923), Excerpts from the Book of Deliberations and Proceedings of the Municipal Council of the Township of Magog (1869-1897), The Canadian Flag Day Book (1929), Bible- Eusebe Menard (1817-1965), Auger Family (1872-1933), Scrapbooks-Leonard Auger ([190-?]- [196-?), Historical Notes (1840-[196-?]), Poems and Quotes ([1863]-[1969]), Correspondence ([194-?]- 1971), Glass Plate Negatives ([189-?]), and Memphremagog (1868-[19-?]).

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The documents are in English and French.

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