Montérégie, administrative region

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71 Archival description results for Montérégie, administrative region

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Bell Telephone Directory, 1930

Official Telephone Directory including Granby, St. John's, Sorel, Huntingdon, St. Hyacinthe, Valleyfield and surrounding territory, published by Bell Telephone Company in 1930.

Car at Airport

Item is a photograph taken in August 1929 of a Ford car at an airport in Saint-Hubert with (L-R) Lysle Thompson, Wellman Smith, and Roger Smith. Roger Smith, had just completed his first solo flight; he went on to become an Air Canada pilot. A Zeppelin mooring mast is visible in the background.

Girouard Boulevard

The item contains information on Louis-Philippe Demers' interests. It is a post card depicting the Girouard Boulevard in St. Hyacinthe. Message on verso : Mademoiselle [Joanne Livrais], Faubourg St. Jean, Québec.

Market Place after the fire

The item contains information on Louis-Philippe Demers' interests. It is a post card depicting the Market Place of St. Hyacinthe in 1903. Message on verso : St. Hyacinthe, Arthur, Melle Alice Bern[e].

St. John's Richelieu

The subseries contains primary source material on newspapers published in St. John's (now Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) from 1852 to 1921. It consists of three numbers of the News and Eastern Townships Advocate from 1852 to 1904, and a map of the Richelieu River between the harbour of St. John's and Pointe à la Mule lights from 1921.

Steamer Island Queen

Item is a photograph of the Island Queen on the Richelieu River, with people visible on the deck, taken in 1898. Captained by Benjamin V. Naylor.

Naylor

The subseries contains primary and secondary source information on the personal, professional, and military lives of the Naylor family in Missisquoi County and in Manitoba from 1862 to 1992. It consists primarily of correspondence, photographs, biographical notes, family tree research, newspaper clippings, and land deeds pertaining to various members of the Naylor family. The subseries is comprised of the following files: Family research (1911[copied]-1990), Business affairs ([187-?]-[1975]), Property (1862-1921[photocopied]), Agnes A. Naylor (1911-1930), Benjamin V. Naylor (1874-1919), Donald B. Naylor (1914-1992), Elizabeth Bessie Naylor ([190-?]-1960), George B. Naylor (1901-1985), Grace A. Naylor (1902-1959), Herbert V. Naylor (1913-1917, 1987), Rev. William H. Naylor (1910-1990), Other Naylor Photographs ([186-?]-1929), and Boats and Shipping ([187-?]-[191-?]).

Professional life

The sub-series contains primary source material on the professional activities of Herbert Derick from 1941 to 1993. It consists of correspondence, legal documents, a scrapbook . The sub-series is comprised of the followings files; Department of Immigration (1948-1959), Southern Canada Power Co. Ltd. (1947-1963), Industrial Commissioners Association ([196-?]-1969), Royal Canadian Air Force ([1941?]-1993), Royal Canadian Air Force Association Legion (1949-1972), Political involvement (1984-1986), Property (1956-1991), Scrapbooks ([196-?]-[198-?]), Department of Industry and Commerce (1963-1980), Education (1935), Correspondence-general (1956-1968, 1991), Curriculum vitae (1960).

Kenneth Clarkson

Item is a photograph of Kenneth Clarkson as a boy, probably taken around the 1920s in Lacolle. He later served in the army during World War II (WWII) and was a Hong Kong POW.

Charles Nolen

Item is a photograph of Charles Nolen, officer with the provincial police, in uniform in Lacolle from around the 1940s.

Fort Lennox

Item is a sketch depicting Fort Lennox and the Richelieu River from around 1830.

J.E. Pinsonneault, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of J.E. Pinsonneault’s shop front on Van Vliet Street (formerly St. Bernard Street) looking east in Lacolle from around the 1910s.

St. Bernard Street, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of Van Vliet Street (formerly St. Bernard Street) looking east in Lacolle, with wooden sidewalks and a horse and wagon visible, from around the 1910s.

Church Street, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of de l’Èglise Street (formerly Church Street) in Lacolle, with a hotel visible on left as well as a car and bicycle, probably taken in the 1910s.

St. Bernard Street, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of Van Vliet Street (formerly St. Bernard Street) in the winter looking west in Lacolle, including a view of the Lacolle Methodist (presently United) Church, from around the 1910s.

St. Mary Street, Lacolle

Item is a stereograph of Sainte-Marie Street (formerly St. Mary Street), with wooden sidewalk visible, in Lacolle around the 1910s.

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