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68 Archival description results for Photographs
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- CA ETRC P998-2021-041-001
- [ca. 1949]
The item is a photograph of the East Angus High School hockey team from around 1949, when the team was the Compton County champions. Those pictured are:
Front row from left: Graydon Main, Carl Bjerklund, Gordon Robertson, Tim Davis
Back row from left: David Gregory, Buddy Hughes, Dale Webb, Doug Bell, Bob Davis, Jim Fearnley
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-D003-P874
- [1946?], copied 1979
Item is a photograph of school children and adults outside the Sawyerville School, standing next to the Compton County Protestant Central School Board snowmobile, which was used as the school bus in the winter.
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-D003-P827
- [1900?], copied 1977
Item is a photograph of a group of students and their teacher from the Sawyerville Model School from 1899-1900. Included among the students may be Robert Bennett, Evelyn Cairns, Lincoln Riddell, Sternie Graham, Don Robertson, Claude Harvey, Stanley Scott, Gilbert Mathew, Frank Cromwell, Galen Harvey, Carrie Parkinson, Clarence Lowry, Lloyd Hunt, Alex Mathew, Lewis Marshall, Berton Willard, Earl Kingsley, Myrtle Riddell, Blanche Hunt, Pearl Williams, Ethel Bennett, Elmer Evans, Adolphe Desruisseaux, Wilfred Marshall and Morton Evans with teacher Miss Brouard/Mrs. Alex Hodge.
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-D003-P771
- [1917?], copied 1977
Item is a photograph of the reid farm located in Leeds, with two children playing on the grass and a man standing next to them. The farm house and surrounding area are also visable.
- CA ETRC P020-003-06-D003-P117
- [ca. 1905], copied 1977
Item is a photograph of the Huntingville gristmill with two workers and part of the Hunting family posed in the foreground, taken about 1905. Pictured, from left to right, are: James Dewing, Joseph Lambert, Floyd Hunting, Kenneth Hunting, Bernice Hunting, Clifford Hunting and William H. Hunting.