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Rosalie Cunningham and girls

The girl in the white dress is Agnes (née Cunningham) Courtepatte. Mary (née Cunningham) Callihoo holds a child identified as Dion. The oldest woman was identified as Rosalie (née L'Hirondelle) Cunningham and the woman holding the hat is Mrs. Weist.

Great great granddaughters of pioneers

Depicts a group photograph of great great granddaughters of the first pioneer families in St. Albert, gathered together by the St. Albert Historical Society. Families represented include Bellerose, Iseke, Gagnon, Chevigny, Fraser, Perron, L'Hirondelle, Perrault, Cunningham.

Interurban Railway

Image shows the interurban railway car, parked in downtown St. Albert, with the old Youville convent in the background. Image was most likely taken on a very early run of the railway as the railway ties had not yet been covered. Image used in The Black Robe's Vision page 319.

First World War Service men and family

Image shows six men in First World War uniform and four young girls, who are their sisters and a niece.
Back row: Napoleon Gagnon, Alice Gagnon, Frank Johnson, Annie Donahue, Hermidas Gagnon.
Front row: Lawrence Gagnon, Mary Donahue, Jack Donahue, Georgina Marois (the Gagnon siblings' niece), and Daniel (Don) Kennedy.

Bank of Montreal

The Bank of Montreal was constructed in 1921 as the Banque d'Hochelaga, which then became the Banque Canadienne Nationale and closed in 1938. It was later used as a coffee shop, clayworks store and bridal shop. The Bank of Montreal operated in the building in 1955. This photograph was taken for the purpose of displaying it in an exhibit.

Post Office with Leonard family

From left— Celine Leonard (Page), her husband, Joseph Leonard, ; their children, Rose Leonard (Veness), Amanda Leonard, Mathias Leonard.

This building has been identified as St. Albert's first post office. It was located on Perron Street, south of the St. Albert Hotel. It was built for Joseph and his family. They lived upstairs, and had the postal service, and telegraph office downstairs. Rosanna and Amanda ran the post office, and telegraph office for 12 years.

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