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"Mountain Rest," Sixteen Island Lake, 1905. Ancienne carte postale. Collection privée. / Early postcard. Private collection.
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Bureau , vers les années 1920. Carte postale ancienne. (Collection privée) / Office of the Laurentian Water & Power Company, Sainte-Agathe, c.1920s. Early postcard. (Private collection)
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Église presbytérienne, New Glasgow, 1907. Carte postale photographique. L'expéditrice a écrit à un ami à New Glasgow en Île-du-Prince-Édouard : "This may interest you, coming from a place of the same name as your own home. Miss Gertrude Webb, New Glasgow, Que." / Presbyterian Church, New Glasgow, 1907. The sender wrote to a friend in New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island : "This may interest you, coming from a place of the same name as your own home. Miss Gertrude Webb, New Glasgow, Que." (Photo - Collection privée / Private Collection)
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The Argenteuil Regional Museum, Carillon (Saint-André d'Argenteuil) in all its fall glory. Fall 2014. (Photo - Matthew Farfan)
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Ancienne carte postale, vers 1910. (Collection privée) / Early postcard, c.1910. (Private collection) L'envoyeur écrit / The sender writes: "This place is 60 miles from Montreal. The slide is a mile long and great sport..."
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--October 1, 2014. The following article, titled "Farewell to the Oldest Store in Morin Heights: the Mickey’s Story," was written by David Hodgson and is published by the Morin Heights Historical Association. Based on interviews conducted last year with Owen and Heidi LeGallee, the article relates the story of the LeGallee family and its part in the history of the town of Morin Heights.
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This old, red ax is part of Quebec’s cultural heritage. The wooden handle is smooth and worn. The red paint is chipping off the head of the ax and the steel has scars from its past. This ax has chopped so many pieces of wood and it is more reliable than a piece of machinery.
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Most Montrealers believe that all of the Irish immigrants to our city arrived at the time of the Irish Famine in 1847, when in reality the ancestors of many of our present day Quebec citizens of Irish descent likely arrived decades before this terrible event.
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Sur le lac, Dalesville, vers 1920. Ancienne carte postale photographique. (Collection privée) / On the lake, Dalesville, c.1920. Early photographic postcard. (Private collection)
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Sur la rivière, vers 1920. Ancienne carte postale photographique. (Collection privée) / Along the river c.1920. Early photographique postcard. (Private collection)
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Ferme, vers 1920. Ancienne carte postale photographique. (Collection privée) / Farmhouse, c.1920. Early photographic postcard. (Private collection)
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Camp Otoreke (YMCA Camp), Saint-Adolphe-d'Howard, 1944. Old photographic postcard. The message on the back reads: "Camp Otoreke. 3 August '44. I am having a grand time here. This is a picture of our new lodge. We eat upstairs, also have parties there. Downstairs are the shower and changing rooms. The weather so far has been perfect. We went on a 15 mile paddle yesterday for a swim in the falls and a picnic supper... Love Betty."
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Val-David іs а unique village оf almost 5,000 inhabitants located іn the Laurentian Mountains аbоut 80km north оf Montreal, Quebec, Canada thаt attracts аbоut 100,000 tourists а year.
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Belisle Mills - Sawmill, c.1910. Early hand-tinted postcard.
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School Heritage: The red phone is in the general office. It sits there for emergencies, like when we don't have electricity. With all the modern technology, we still need a backup. The secretary jokes about it by saying it's a direct line to the president.