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.
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).
September 1958 Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Deux Rivières Bilingual Separate School. Rene Houle (cutting the ribbon),Father Brown, and Loretta Boissonneault.
August 1962 A woman and a boy pose in front of a car. People believed to be Madelyn and Dwight Thomas.
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.
Jeannette (Boudreau) and James (Jim) Charbonneau Standing on the Swisha bridge.
Prior to the construction of a hydro-electric dam in 1950, the village site of Rapides-des-Joachims (Swisha) was not an island. The rising water flooded an old river bed from the north through Lake McConnell. (Source:...
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.
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:
Black Cat Cigarettes
Jun 1985 Two ladies sit on lawn chairs in the shade at the Seniors Picnic held at Old Mackey's Park c. 1985. Seven people in the background. Caped well also visible in the background.
Margarete Boudreau and Jenine Lapping sit on lawn chairs in the shade.
Jun 1985 Five people are in the photograph. Photograph composed around the couple in the middle of the frame.
Elmer Panke, Elsie Panke (Nee McIsaac), Shela Sennack.
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
Jun 1985 Photograph taken in a crowd at the 1985 seniors picnic in Old Mackey's Park. Mr. Plourde, Doug Antler, Jim Allison.
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.
7 Feb 1986 Two women, competing against other pairs, saw a birth trunk on the side of the community center. Joan Charbonneau (in white) and Doris Donnelly (in Pink).
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....
Pre 1949 Photograph of St. Narcissus Parish and Priests house in Mackey Station. The first chapel was built in Mackey in 1891 and blessed by Bishop Narcisse Zephirin Lorrain in 1895.
This photograph was likely taken between 1940-1942 when the poster commemorating the first three Pastors was created....
Our Lady of the Snows Church with highway 17 in the foreground. The photographer is facing south. Modern Vehicle to the right of the church. This picture was likely taken in the late 1990s or early 2000s. First Baptism- Pat Charbonneau-December 11, 1949
First Wedding- Muriel Francoeur + Hiriam...
Early 1920s Photograph of main Street Stonecliffe in the 1920s. Railway tracks cut through the bottom left hand corner. The general store is in the foreground, next to it is St. Zephirin's church, to the left of the church is the C.P.R. section house and partially cut off on the left hand side is the train...
Jun 1985 Five women stand around a capped well in Old Mackey Park.
Left to Right: Blanche Jennings, May Boudreau, Mary-Ellen Boudreau, Meme Spencer, unknown.
The Pellerin family poses in front of their homestead.
Back Row (left to right): John (Jack) Pellerin (also in McIsaac Old Place picture), Helen (Nellie) Pellerin Lomas, Maggie Pellerin née McIsaac, Bill Tooley, Bill McIsaac, Florence McIsaac, Hazel Pacholzuk, Charles Pellerin (Patriarch). Middle...
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...
Jack Fisher Stands in his canoe on the Upper Ottawa River.
1946 Hotel in the shade of a white pine. An old car is parked next to the hotel.
McKechnie's hotel burned down in 1952.
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.
1946 Toddler walking in the snow. The CPR railway station, water tower and church can be seen in the background
The shoreline in the background is littered with fallen trees. The Scow is on the Ottawa River, tied to the dock, with 11 men posing for the photograph.
Due to the trees that are cut along the bank of the river, this photograph was likely taken at the end of the 1940s before the water levels of...
Box cars on the railway tracks in the winter. The Laurentian hills on the Quebec side are visible in the background. The Ottawa River has not frozen over in the photograph.