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Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Archives and Special Collections Underwood and Underwood Publishers fonds Quebec
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Canada. Quebec. Sanmour. Bear cubs / CN136
Canada. Quebec. Sanmour. Bear cubs / CN136
Canada. Quebec Province-Noranda. Ore wagon / CN59
Canada. Quebec Province-Noranda. Ore wagon / CN59
Canada. Quebec. Children golfing at Metis Beach / CN123
Canada. Quebec. Children golfing at Metis Beach / CN123
Canada. Quebec. St. Alphonse. Home-made ferris wheel / CN172
Canada. Quebec. St. Alphonse. Home-made ferris wheel / CN172
Quebec / 27799
Quebec / 27799
Canada. Quebec Province, Montreal. History and Modernity on Place d' Armes. Here Notre Dame Churc...
Canada. Quebec Province, Montreal. History and Modernity on Place d' Armes. Here Notre Dame Church, 100 years old, and the Seminary of St. Sulpice, built in 1685, stand side by side with banks and office buildings overlooking the spot where Paul Chomedy de Maisonneuve, founder of Montreal, with his own hand slew an invading Iroquois chief. A statue commemorates Chomedy's Heroic deed / CN245
Canada. Quebec. Montreal. St. James' Cathedral / CN111
Canada. Quebec. Montreal. St. James' Cathedral / CN111
Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. Canada's financial heart. The head office of the Bank of Montr...
Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. Canada's financial heart. The head office of the Bank of Montreal, founded in 1817, and one of the British Empire's strongest institutions. The uptown district and Mount Royal are seen in the background / CN63
Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. The shipping of the Atlantic and the Great Lakes and the railw...
Canada. Quebec Province. Montreal. The shipping of the Atlantic and the Great Lakes and the railway traffic of half a continent converge upon Montreal / CN71
Canada. Quebec Province. Approaching  the Viaduct Turn on the Murray Bay bob-sleigh run. This run...
Canada. Quebec Province. Approaching the Viaduct Turn on the Murray Bay bob-sleigh run. This run is the longest on this side of the Atlantic and in nearly two miles of length it drops 650 feet, providing the supreme thrill of all winter sports. Murray Bay is 90 miles below Quebec on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and in two seasons it has come to be known as one of the finest skiing and sporting country in the province of Quebec / CN183
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