Ploughing Frolic, c 1920s. Photo Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Joe Fraser.
“Pa Vincent” written on photo, Simon Albert Vincent, Pomquet. Courtesy of PomquetHéritage, Vincent Album.
Milkmaids, Antigonish County, early 1900s. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald The History of Aprons on Facebook, which includes this photo, would also explain about milkmaids wearing aprons. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152109083201188&set=a.106537651187.98622.575201187&type=1
Van Berkel family L-R: Henry, Anthony, John, Adrian Sr., Leo, Salt Springs, 1955. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald
Ben Lafford and Philip Frances, Paqtnkek, Aug. 18, 1941. Courtesy of John R. Prosper, Paqtnkek. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald
Apple Blossom Time, early 1900s. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Joe Fraser.
“Charlie Hughie” in action, 1916. Courtesy of Bart Sears, C. J. MacGillivray Album, and Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Anne Louise MacDonald
Adrian Van Berkel and Adrian Van de Sande examine the turnips crop, Salt Springs, 1957. Courtesy of Toosje Van de Sande. Restoration: Jeff Parker Dorothy Lander and John Graham-Pole in conversation with Toosje and Casey Van de Sande, June 27, 2014. Casey: We grew turnips for ourselves but also for the cattle. Casey gave us […]
Bringing in the hay, c 1920s. Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Wayne Ezekiel.
Crystal Cliffs, c 1940, Courtesy of Antigonish Heritage Museum. Restoration: Joe Fraser. Jocelyn Gillis, Curator, Antigonish Heritage Museum in conversation with Emily Sweet and Margie Jennings, September 22 , 1993: Emily Sweet and Margaret Sweet Jennings remembered the many well known personalities who visited the “Guest House” which was operated by Margie’s mother. Clark Gable […]