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General store in St. Albert

This is a postcard depicting the exterior of the general store in St. Albert in the winter. The inscription on the back reads: "St. Albert, March 30, 1909. Dear [--], A few words to tell you that I received your nice postcard to-day and many thanks for it. Alex had the grippe and staid in bed for 13 days. I had it to but I am getting better now. The little baby of Rose is very sick. Hoping Bidou will be better soon. Answer soon. Good by. Best regards to your mother and father and all the family. Lena"

Athabasca Citizen's band

This postcard depicts a photograph of the Athabasca Citizen's brass band during their performance on May 25, 1914. There are two men identified in the photograph: Tambour Major Ernest and Berlioz. The inscription on the back reads: "Athabasca Citizen[...] Archambault de Ber[...] du Landing."

Portrait of a small girl

This postcard depicts the portrait of a unidentified girl dressed in a white dress and bonnet. She is standing beside a stool with a bunch of flowers.

Hockey team

This postcard depicts a eight men dressed in hockey uniforms with three men standing behind them in suits. The inscription on the back reads: "4/15/-11, Dear [...] a card. This is a Hockey Team of the college but not ours, we won't get our Team taken. I stood on this one for fun; Top row middle fellow. Bye Bye your loving cousin"

Chevigny livery stable in St. Albert

This photograph depicts seven men standing outside the Chevigny livery stable with horses, in St. Albert on St. Anne Street. The Youville Convent on Mission Hill can be seen in the background.

Clarabel and George Chevigny home

This photograph depicts exterior of the Chevigny home with Clarabel and George Chevigny standing in the front. The house used to belong to J.T. Plamondon before he died.

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