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Family of Eugene Arthur Baldwin

The item is a group photograph of the family of Eugene Arthur Baldwin, taken around 1913 in Stanstead. Pictured are:
(standing at back, left-right) Beatrice (approx. age 14), Pardon (approx. age 36), Mary (approx. age 5), Florence (née Ives, wife of Percival), Percival, Adele (née Wilcox, wife of Eugene A.)
(seated, left-right) Ethel (née Peck, wife of Pardon), Eugene (approx. age 12), Lyman Heath (husband of Blanche), Blanche (approx. age 26), Oscar Heath (approx. age less than 1 year), Sidney (approx. age 14), Adele (approx. age 5), Eugene Arthur (approx. age 60).
(sitting in front) Richard (approx. age 7)

Percy A. Baldwin

The item is a studio portrait photograph of Percival (aka Percy) A. Baldwin, probably taken in the 1890s. Photographer: Kilburn (Coaticook, Que.).

Group at Mrs. Brent's dock, North Hatley

The item is a photograph of a group on the dock of Hally C. Brent in North Hatley in August 1941. Pictured are (left to right): Dorothy MacLennan, Hally Carrington Brent, Hally Brent Dame, Joseph L. Brent, and Hugh MacLennan.

Ladies of the Tomifobia W.I.

The item is a photograph of members of the Tomifobia Women's Institute, pictured holding refreshments in glass bottles, probably taken in the 1950s. Pictured are (seated, l-r) Jessie (née McIntyre) Soutiere, Lyn Bolduc, Olive (née Ticehurst) Emslie, (standing, l-r) Mildred (née Brown) Rever, Eva (née Hastings) Hibbard, and Eula Mosher.

"Summer I worked at Pleasant View, North Hatley"

Item is a photograph of Elma Wilson and her coworkers when she worked at Pleasant View Hotel in North Hatley. Possibly included among the people in the picture are: Alfreda Bilodeau, Hedna Kingsley, Cora Richards, Elma Wilson, Muriel Coates, Edith ?, innie Marlin Irene Taylor, Doris L'Heureux, Dolly Barton, Helene Picard, Maude Deruisseaux, Phyllis Seveigny and Norma La Bonté.

Wedding on a Parade Float

Item a July 1st (Canada Day) parade float organized by the Wesley United Church from around the 1950s. Included are: Dave Grieve, Dol (Searles) Wilson, Harry Searles, (back) Hazel Laberee, (back), Richard Eryou, (front) Pat Taylor, (front) Marlene (Rediker) Sutton, (front) Della (Rediker) Goodsell, (front) Frances Grieve (Sutherland), (back) Mary Lees, (front) Irene Rediker, (back) Shirley (Hunter) Grieve, (front) unknown Carbonneau, (back) Janice (Denney) Sommerville, (back) Bob Denney, (back) Arlene Ewan, (front) Larry Meyette, (front) Reg Meyette, (front) Myrnie Nutbrown, (front) Ronald Ewan.

Former Union Meeting House, Beebe

The Union Meeting House was built in 1866 by Jeremiah Spear, inspired by the architecture of American "meeting houses". The Union Meeting House was used by several denominations, but Adventists took possession of it in 1896, the people of that faith being the last in Beebe Plain not to have a church of their own.

Former Union Meeting House, Beebe

The Union Meeting House was built in 1866 by Jeremiah Spear, inspired by the architecture of American "meeting houses". The Union Meeting House was used by several denominations, including the Methodists, but Adventists took possession of it in 1896, the people of that faith being the last in Beebe Plain not to have a church of their own.

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