Three young ladies pose on a saw horse in front of Bill McIsaac's house.
Left to right: Vivial Tooley (Bill's adopted daughter), Elsie McIsaac (bill's daughter) and Irene Tooley (Bill's adopted daughter).
Road bridge and rail bridge crossing Bissett Creek. This is a unique spot because four different levels of transportation (boat, car, train and plane) could be in this spot at once.
Couple Stands on the step to a store.
This photograph looks like it was taken of a picture in a newspaper. The Fishers used to host parties and dances in their cabin on what locals called Fisher's Island. The couple likely had squatters rights to the land. The couple is believed to have moved to...
Profile of Mike Simond
The story goes, that Mike Simond was drinking at the McKechnie's hotel one night and he died when he walked out the fire escape thinking it was the bathroom door. He worked for Joan Charbonneau's father.
Family sits on the porch outside their home.
Back Row: Debbie Logan, Curtis Logan. Middle Row: Dickie Stewart, Maynard Logan, Jack Logan, and Earl Stewart, Randy Logan, Harold Logan, Linda Logan, Jean Logan.
Mrs. T. Lalonde stands next to the brick section house as the engine of a train goes by.
Two men in hats with a young girl between them.
Bill Bertrand, Eva Tait, Alfred Tait.
Five children, three girls and two boys pose for the picture.
Ann Larochelle, Stella Larochelle, Cora Logan, Albert Stewart, Edwin Stewart.
Boy on wood pile on left hand side of photograph, Three adults, two girls and boy in front of his mother. House in the background.
Boy on wood pile unknown. Mrs Bill McIsaac, Ken Tooley, Mrs. Mary McIsaac, Frank Chamberlain, Irene and Vivian Tooley.
Man, looks like he was photographed walking out of the frame, turns to look at the camera.
Pete Coutoure lived by Grant's Creek. Sophia Rousseau shares stories bout him in her video interview.
Garden in the foreground, framed house in the background.
Man standing on top of the fire tower at Deux Rivierés.
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