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.
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.
Depicts a portrait of Edmond Brosseau. Edmond Brosseau farmed in St. Albert from 1873 and also established a grocery and dry goods store that was sold in 1900 to Cheri Hébert and Fleuri Perron, St. Albert's first two mayors. Brosseau was also the builder of the granary in St. Albert. Edmond Brosseau (1825-1917) was born in Lapraire near Montreal and died in St. Paul-Minneapolis. He married Métis Julie L'Hirondelle in St. Albert in 1876 and they had eight children. Later he moved to build a house south of Edmonton on the North Saskatchewan River which soon became a hamlet known as Brosseau, where Edmond is buried.
Photos consist of miscellaneous images taken across the City of St. Albert, including public openings, buildings, parades, monuments, floods, trees and plants. Photos include: Construction of Fountain Park Swimming Pool Construction of Akinsdale Arena Alberta Summer Games Opening at Fowler Athletic Park Opening ceremonies for dedication of MacMillan Park Dedication of the Children's Bridge
Photos consist of photos flower beds and the St. Albert cemetery. There are also photos of St. Albert aerials, along the Sturgeon River, buildings, demolition of buildings, construction of St. Albert Place, and office staff.
The entire series consists of the photographs taken by John Beedle over his tenure at the City of St. Albert. The series consists of different files, as outlined by Beedle: Open Space Red Willow Park as development progresses Trees and flower beds St. Albert cemetery and flower beds Parks Assorted images of the city and plants