Cardigan Collection

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Different types of Vessels (2)
Different types of Vessels (2)
Different types of Vessels
Dot MacAulay and Wayne Rostad
Dot MacAulay and Wayne Rostad
Dot MacAulay and Wayne Rostad "On The Road Again". Having a chat and a a sing along.
Duncan MacLaren
Duncan MacLaren
Duncan MacLaren "Shipwright" The shipwright or master builder as he was sometimes called was a skilled professional who learned his trade by a lengthy apprenticeship with an experienced shipwright. Cardigan was fortunate to have a resident shipwright in the person of Duncan MacLaren who was born in Brudenell, P.E.I. and settled in Cardigan in 1874. He built ships for James E. MacDonald and for Sen. John A. Macdonald in Cardigan but also built in other locations in Canada. It is confusing to look at records for building ships as the owner is often listed as the builder and the shipwright's name is not given.
Earl DeCoursey and some of his family
Earl DeCoursey and some of his family
Earl, his daughter Earla, and son Eric on Canada Day in Cardigan after the Parade. Standing in front of Earl's 1928 Model A Ford(year-unknown)
Earl DeCoursey's "Model A"
Earl DeCoursey's "Model A"
Earl DeCoursey with his pride and joy a 1928 Model A Ford
Earle A MacDonald Store
Earle A MacDonald Store
The Earle A. MacDonald General Store located in Cardigan
Earle A. MacDonald Store
Earle A. MacDonald Store
Earle A. MacDonald's store.
Earle MacDonald and Sister Anna M
Earle MacDonald and Sister Anna M
Interview with Earle MacDonald and Sister Anna M
Earle MacDonald, April 25, 1979
Earle MacDonald, April 25, 1979
Interview with Earle MacDonald, April 25, 1979
Earle MacDonald, June 1, 1979
Earle MacDonald, June 1, 1979
Interview with Earle MacDonald, June 1, 1979
Earle and Lillian MacDonald
Earle and Lillian MacDonald
Earle and Lillian McDonald. Owners of the old "Earle A. McDonald Store". Standing outside the Earle A. McDonald store.
Eddie Redmond local butcher
Eddie Redmond local butcher
Edward Joseph (Eddie) Redmond, b. 1892, was the son of Andrew and Kate Redmond of Cardigan. He lived on the Shore Road near Morson’s Creek and had a slaughter house there to provide meat for his meat shop at the North east end of the Cardigan Bridge. Eddie married Kate Flynn and they raised a family of seven: Gladys, Mildred, Joseph, John, Inez, Bernard, Reta.

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