The Tooley family garden is in the foreground and their house is in the background. A boy stands at the edge of the garden.
This picture was likely taken in August or September. This time of year is indicated by the height of the corn on the right side of the picture.
Six boys (of various ages) pose for their team picture. A hockey stick was thrust into the bottom right hand corner of the frame when the picture was taken.
Back Row (Left to Right): Malcolm Tooley, "Fats" Boulay, Leonard McIsaac.
Front Row (Left to Right): Ken Tooley, Romeo Boulay,
Two young ladies pose on the C.P.R. mail stand situated next to the Bissett Creek Station House. The mail stand was a popular place to have ones picture taken. There are at least three photographs in the Head, Clara and Maria archives of locals posing on the mail stand.
In this picture, Alvirna...
A toddler sits on the porch roof of a house near the Pembroke Mattawa Road now known as Trans-Canada Hwy 17. Elsie McIsaac is Bill McIsaac and Mary (Meme) McIsaac's Daughter. Her brother is Stanley McIsaac who is featured in the Bissett Creek Hockey picture.
Construction of the Fire Lookout Tower at Bissett Creek. The three individuals in the photograph are unknown, but it is believed they may be the Lands and Forestry employees who built the tower. The Fire Tower was believed to be 50 feet high.
Stanley McIsaac recalls building a Fire Tower on the...
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).
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.
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...
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...
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.
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.
1946 Toddler walking in the snow. The CPR railway station, water tower and church can be seen in the background