Head, Clara and Maria Local History
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Honour Roll: Members of St. Zephirin's Parish, Stonecliffe Ont., Who Enlisted with Canada's Fighting Forces 
TextMysteries:    Document lising the members of St. Zephirin's Parish, Stonecliffe Ontario, who enlisted during World War I and World War II. The Head, Clara and Maria Veterans Project is seeking photographs of the following veterans: Edward Chamberlain a world war II veteran.
Honour Roll: Members of St Narcissus Parish, Mackey Ontario, Who Enlisted with Canada's Fighting Forces
 
TextMysteries:    Document listing members of St Narcissus Parish, Mackey Ontario, who enlisted with Canada's Fighting Forces in WWI & WWII. The Head, Clara and Maria Veterans Project is seeking photographs of the following veterans: Laporte, Charles; Latour, Réné.
Separate School Open in Deux Rivieres 
TextImageMysteries:  Pembroke Daily Observer, September 29 1958  CUTTING THE RIBBON for the new Deux Rivieres bilingual separate school Sunday afternoon was Rene Houle. Behind Mr. Houle stands Rev. Brown, parish priest. Bilingual School At Deux Rivieres More than 100 interested spectators gathered at Deux Rivieres Sunday afternoon for ...
First Post Offices Traced 
TextMysteries:  Mrs Carl Price, First Post Offices Traced, North Renfrew Times, Unknown  The early history of Renfrew County is traced via the First Post offices and the railway.
Opening of Separate School in Deux Rivieres c. 1958 
ImageMysteries:  September 1958  Politicians pose for a picture taken inside the new (c.1958) Bilingual Separate School in Deux Rivieres, Ontario. Unknown man, Loretta Boissonneault, Ed Fisher (MP of Renfrew), unknown man, unknown man.
Ribbon Cutting at the Deux-Rivières Bilingual Separate School c.1958 
ImageMysteries:  September 1958  Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Deux Rivières Bilingual Separate School. Rene Houle (cutting the ribbon),Father Brown, and Loretta Boissonneault.
Helicopter Lands in Deux Rivieres 
ImageMysteries:  1959-1961  Photograph of children posing with a helicopter. Photograph believed to have been taken between 1959-1961. From Right: Bonnie Resmer, Diane LeClair, Candice Resmer, Trina Cotnam (little blonde girl), Diane Boissonneault (little one leaning on the helicopter), Andy Boissonneault. Pilot, unknown.
Inside St. Lawrence Parish, Deux Rivières, ON c.1957 
ImageMysteries:  1957  Three children and a Priest stand before a church alter. Father J.K. O'Brien, Bonnie Resmer, Unknown, Ivan Boissonneault.
Children After Confirmation St. Lawrence Parish, Deux Rivières 
ImageMysteries:  1958  Six children pose, two holding certificates, with the Ottawa River in the background. Priscilla Boissonneault, Candice Resmer, Bonnie Resmer, Wayne Resmer, Andy Boissonneault, Ivan Boissonneault.
Ernie Boudreau
 
ImageMysteries:    A young Ernie Boudreau poses on a Pontiac which is parked on a stretch of highway 17 that overlooks the Ottawa River. The reflection of A fire tower can be seen on the hood of the car. The car belonged to Sam Clouthier.
Stonecliffe Country Store 
ImageMysteries:  February 14 1951  Gasoline pumps are in the foreground of the photograph taken in the winter. The Demarco Family store, covered in signs is in the background. Signs: Coca Cola Pepsi Winchester Cigarettes Dunlop Black Cat Cigarettes
Our Lady of the Snows congregation at the opening of the new church on June 18, 1950 
ImageMysteries:  18 Jun 1950  This is a picture of the congregation attending the official opening of Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Church in Stonecliffe, ON on June 18, 1950 Official Opening of the Church June 18/1950
Official opening of OLS church on June 18, 1950, viewed from across highway 
ImageMysteries:  18 Jun 1950  Group of people viewed from behind, facing OLS Priest's house Official Opening of Our Lady of the Snows Church Stonecliffe, June 18,1950.
Opening Ceremonies for Our Lady of The Snows Church c.1950 
ImageMysteries:  18 Jun 1950  This picture shows the consecration of Our Lady of the Snows Church on Highway 17 in Stonecliffe, Ontario. This church was built to replace St. Zephirin's Parish Church destroyed in the flooding of the Ottawa River for the hydro-electric power dam at Rapides-Des-Joachims. Church opened Dec....
Class Photograph, Mackey 
ImageComments:Mysteries:  1953  Stonecliffe Class Picture 1953 Back Row: Lenora Jennings, Jowayne Boudreau, Olive McIntyre (teacher), Louise Riches, Iona Boudreau, Glenda Gallagher, Lorna Jennings, Yvonne Gagne, Joan Boudreau, Lois Boudreau, Genevieve Jennings. Second Row: Merwyn Jennings, Gloria Boudreau, Doris Jennings, Diane...

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