Bastien Boat and Canoe Works, Hamilton; the summer whore lipstick William English Canoe Company, Peterborough; the Peterborough Canoe Company Limited; the Capital Boatworks, Ottawa; the Canadian Canoe Company Limited, Peterborough; the Walter Dean Company, Toronto;.
Prieur died in 1932, and is known to have operated a liquor store for the province until his death.
Was, shows many of the same stores as well as Lavoie Shoes and the Niagara Bank.05.1943 -.1943 training, hmcs Stadacona (RCN base, Halifax, NS).1943 passage to Gourock, Renfrewshire, Scotland per "Queen Mary" - HMS Evenlode (frigate) convoy escort trips from Londonderry to Algiers; Watchkeeping and engine room duties - HMS Rochester (sloop) convoy escort trips from Londonderry.Which drug store was this?He has an infectious grin and seems delighted to be posing with two curling rocks.Learn more about Vachon on the Northern Ontario Postcard Photographers page.The bottle was sold to a Sturgeon Falls collector.Rochon and an Imperial gas pump on the right side of the street.With much fanfare and to the great relief of the citizenry, it was announced on by Ontario Premier George Drew that Abitibi was reopening.If you have images or historical information which youd like to share with our virtual museum, feel free to.The postcard was sent to Miss Liz Maloney of Powassan.While a gentleman could accompany a woman into the ladies lounge, he couldnt remain there unaccompanied and, likewise, an unaccompanied female couldnt remain in the gentlemens lounge.Cook to Miss Maggie Horne of Mississauga.41 and photographed by George Vachon.To the right is a finely detailed 1909 postcard of the Methodist Church.In the letterhead seen to the right, he says he offers: Select Groceries and Provisions, flour, feed, hay and grains.Store around 1915, before the Rochons bought the building.
He has been a great friend of many and his absence at Round Table, chimo, Stammtisch, White Pine and on the salmon rivers will be conspicuous.
He is a beauty.Until the 1960s, the hotel was owned by the Chaputs of Mattawa.Jean de Brébeuf is shown in the real-photo postcard at top left, hand-dated 1957 on the reverse and probably written on by an American tourist, as it reads: We stopped at this town and took pictures.(Were unsure of the towns name.) Advertising on the front says: Cream of the West Flour, the hard wheat flour that is guaranteed for bread.Necessity is the mother of invention, as the old saying goes.After the school burned down, a home for the minister and a complex for senior citizens were built there.Member of Advisory Committee on Canadian Service Colleges and Ontario Rhodes Scholarship Selection Board, 1962-67.The sixteen-foot basswood model was modestly priced at 25 with paint or 32 for a varnished finish.
Born in April, 1921 on an Ontario tobacco farm, he was raised and educated in Ottawa and completed his studies at Queen's University, Kingston,.A., LLD.