Kinkora Collection

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 Article about Kinkora Complex
Article about Kinkora Complex
An article detailing the construction and characteristics of the kinkora Community Complex.
A.P. Mulligan Senior Citizen Court
A.P. Mulligan Senior Citizen Court
The A.P. Mulligan Senior Citizen Court in kinkora was named in memory of Mrs. Gladys Mulligan’s husband, Aden. P. Mulligan. Gladys donated four acres of land in the center of kinkora for the building of senior housing in the village. It was opened in 1966. In 1973 six more units were added to the court which could now accomidate twenty two people.
Agriculture Focused Interview with Fred McCardle
Agriculture Focused Interview with Fred McCardle
This interview with Fred McCardle discusses general information about living and growing up in the Kinkora Area but focuses on farming and the agricultural sector.
Agriculture Focused Interview with George McCabe
Agriculture Focused Interview with George McCabe
This interview with George McCabe discusses general information about living in the Kinkora Area but focuses on farming.
Agriculture Focused Interview with Neville and Bertha Lawless.
Agriculture Focused Interview with Neville and Bertha Lawless.
This interview with Neville and Bertha Lawless discusses general information about growing up, and then living in the Kinkora Area. Its main focus is on the farming industry.
Ball Team
Ball Team
The 1950 kinkora Senior Baseball Team which was a member of the Prince County Baseball League. Baseball games were a very popular social event during the summer months. Front Row Left to Right: Allison Farmer, Ronnie McIver, Ray Smith, Billy Morrison, Des Roberts. Back Row Left to Right: Joe Shreenan, Lloyd Smith, J.D, McCarville, Arnie Johnston, St.Clair McIver.
Baseball Team
Baseball Team
A baseball team in 1946 at Callaghans store Back Row Left: ray Smith, Eugene Sullivan, Lennie Keefe, Harold Duffy, Lloyd Smith, Front Row Left: J.D McCarville, Keith Mulligan, Pope McMatton, Allison Farmer
Buildings in Kinkora
Buildings in Kinkora
A street view of the Community Complex of which you can see the Fire Hall, Library, Village Office portions, also in the photo are the Business Center and Keefe Apartment building.
Business Focused Interview with Anne Marie Shea
Business Focused Interview with Anne Marie Shea
Anne Marie Shea discusses going to school in Kinkora, moving away and coming back to open a business in Kinkora. She talks about what it is like to start a business in a small town. Robert and Anne Marie Shea own Chez Shea, Kinkora Country Inn
Business Focused Interview with Ramona Roberts
Business Focused Interview with Ramona Roberts
Ramona Roberts talks about moving to Kinkora after she married a local man, what it is like to be a business owner in a small town and answers questions about agriculture provided by her husband Austin. Austin and Ramona Roberts own a number of business and the Big Dog Convince Irving in Kinkora.
Business and Community Focused Interview with Pat Duffy
Business and Community Focused Interview with Pat Duffy
An interview with Pat Duffy who grew up in Kinkora and now lives and owns a business in the town. He discusses being a business owner, a town council member and being involved in the different clubs and groups that Kinkora has to offer. Pat and Amy Duffy own Somerset Gardens.
CNR Station
CNR Station
This is the Canadian Nation Railway Station in kinkora. There were a number of business and potato warehouses along the tracks in. Where the station was there is currently the kinkora Heritage Park

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