Whidden girls, early 1900

Whidden girls, early 1900s. Photographer: George Waldren. Courtesy of Dalhousie University Archives, Waldren Studio Collection, Box 114-006. Restoration: Jeff Parker

Antigonish Highland Games, 1961 Piper and children

Antigonish Highland Games, 1961  Piper may be Rannie Kennedy from Dunvegan, Inverness County.  Courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives, No. 12158. Email from Danny Gillis, June 11, 2014: I’d guess this picture was taken in 1961 when the NS Information Bureau sent a photographer to Antigonish during Highland Games week. That photographer took a number of posed […]

China dolls, circa 1910

China dolls, circa 1910. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum, Cunningham Album. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald

John R. Prosper, Paqtnkek First Nation, 1948

John R. Prosper, Paqtnkek First Nation, 1948. Courtesy of John R. Prosper, Paqtnkek Nation, Family Album. John Prosper told Paula Paul this was the only photo of him as a baby.

Dog sled. Twins Mary & Elizabeth Doiron. Courtesy of Pomquet Héritage.

Twins Mary and Elizabeth Doiron, Pomquet, 1940s. Courtesy of Pomquet Héritage.  Email to Amberlee Boulton from Daniel Benoit, July 5, 2014.  The girls are my grand uncle’s twins Mary & Elizabeth Doiron, my grand uncle was Charles John Doiron married to Emma Jane Deyoung  we don’t know the twins birthdate but the picture looks to have […]

Leonard Boudreau (1916- 2014), Pomquet, 1920

Leonard Boudreau  (1916- 2014),  Pomquet, 1920. Courtesy of PomquetHéritage. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald.  4-year old Leonard (b. 1916),  son of Mary Jane (Doiron) & Leon Boudreau. Maternal grandparents are Elizabeth (Doiron) & Fidele Doiron. Paternal grandparents are Elizabeth (Cross) & Jean Boudreau. Leonard Boudreau died on February 3, 2014.     To give you an […]