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John, Harry and Frank Milne

The item is a photograph of John Milne, Harry Milne and Frank Milne. It was taken outside of Frank Milne residence at 34 Bethune street in Sherbrooke the 20 of April 1942. This was just before Harry Milne went oversea with the Sherbrooke Fusiliers.

Unidentified toddler

The item is a photograph of an unidentified toddler, possibly a member of the Gingras family, probably taken in Sherbrooke in the 1920s.

"Sherbrooke Politics"

Item is a photograph of many influential Sherbrooke political men. From left to right: Hon. John Samuel Bourque (MNA of Sherbrooke) , Émile Rioux (Mayor of Sherbrooke), Col. Papineau A.D.C., Hon. Esioff-Léon Patenaude (Lieutenant Governor of Quebec) , Charles Benjamin Howard (MP of Sherbrooke), C. Picard, Hon. Jacob Nicol (Senator of Bedford, Quebec), M. Pevost, J. N. Codere and Joseph Couture. Picture takentat the CHLT. Many can be seen wearing their Sherbrooke Centenary medal.

Shebrooke Centenary Planter

Item is a photograph of a planter put in placed for the centenary of Sherbrooke in 1937. The planter reads "1837-1937 Sherbrooke" and was located on King Ouest Street. The War memorial can be seen in the back.

Old Plant

Item is a photograph of the the first National Thread plant located on Laurier Ave., Sherbrooke, before the company opened a new one on 10th avenue in 1952.

Signing of the union contract

Item is a photograph of the signing of collective convention with the local 1506 of l'union des ouvriers du Textile d'Amérique. Left to right: Gilles Courchesne, president of the local, Freeman Clowery, Secretary-Treasurer and Robert Dean, manager of the joint council of the Eastern Townships of the UOTA.

Gibbs Home in Sherbrooke

Photograph of a large group of people in semi-formal dress in front of the Gibbs Home in Sherbrooke. Banner reads: 'Gibbs Club Sherbrooke (Church of England) Patrons King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Long May They Reign'. Probably taken on the occasion of the visit of the King and Queen to Sherbrooke on June 12, 1939.

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