Item is a double exposure photograph of several small houses by the water in a town in northern Quebec, probably Fort Chimo. The second exposure shows a man with some kind of equipment but the image is not clear.
Item is a double exposure photograph taken in northern Quebec, probably in Fort Chimo. The photograph shows an unidentified man carrying a bundle of boards on his shoulder. The second exposure shows a hill or a roof of some sort but it is not clear.
Item is a letter (1828) from Jonathan Sewell to his daughters, Maria (the eldest) and Henrietta, addressed to the care of their uncle, Stephen Sewell, in Montreal. Sewell describes the recent departure of Lord and Lady Dalhousie and exhorts his daughters to travel by steamboat and meet him at Three Rivers, which he calls "The Modern Seat of Science, Literature & Fashion."
Item is a photocopy of a map of Montreal and the Saint Lawrence River and Montreal, including Ile Sainte-Helene, Ile Notre Dame, and a ship berthing area. The original map was produced by the Canadian Corporation for the 1967 World Exhibition.
Item is a copy of the second tale in Medtner's Two Tales, Op. 14, for piano. It was published by P. Jurgenson and distributed in Leipzig by Robert Forberg in 1907 and includes an inscription to Ellen Ballon from Alfred La Liberté.
Item is a photograph of Alacee Qingalik crouching on the ground and wearing a tartan shawl. She is holding an ulu in one hand and a cigarette in the other. The photograph was taken in Povungnituk, Quebec.
Item is a photograph of Alicie Berthé bending down to pick up a dead seal that is sitting in front of her store house. The store house is wooden with shingles attached over the edge of the roof. The photograph was taken near the Koksoak River in Fort Chimo, Quebec.
Item is a photograph of Bertrand Berthelot, the carpenter in chief at the construction of the provincial school in Fort Chimo, Quebec. Berthelot is standing with his hands on his hips in the frame of the unfinished building.
Item is a photograph of Charlie Saunders and Canon James Clarke standing together in Fort Chimo, Quebec. Saunders is the president of the local council and Clarke is from the Anglican Church. Saunders is wearing a crocheted toque with a tassel.
Item is a photograph of Fiorello H. Laguardia, the Mayor of New York (1934-1945) , signing a scroll of greetings from the "Men in New York at the Stage Door Canteen" to the "Men of Canada." The "Men of Canada" refers to the Canadian service-men's center that opened in Ellen Ballon's family home in Montreal.