Grand Tracadie Collection

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Arthur Wellington MacKinnon
Arthur Wellington MacKinnon
Photo of Arthur Wellington MacKinnon in 1926. He and his brother Major purchased Glenaladale Farm from the MacDonalds in 1903.
Assumptions Convent
Assumptions Convent
The section of the Island Quilt honoring the Assumption Convent. The is located at the Mount St. Mary's convent in Charlottetown.
Bernice Keizer
Bernice Keizer
Bernice Keizer, wife of Stanley Keizer.
Bombing Range in Tracadie Bay WW2
Bombing Range in Tracadie Bay WW2
Jim MacNabb talks about the use of Tracadie Bay for target practice during the second World War.
Bonadventures
Bonadventures
St. Bonaventures was built in 1903, on the same location as the previous church built in 1840. Bonaventures was designed in a neo-Gothic style by a Quebec architect named Lemay, and was built by Francis Bradley of Kelly's Cross and Patrick and James Bradley of St. Theresa's, under the supervision of Reverends P.J. Hogan and P.E. McGuigan.
Box Car 1930s
Box Car 1930s
Standing outside box car at Tracadie station. Thought to be a group of entertainers on route to a performance. In Photo Ken Lacey.
Boy with Potatoes
Boy with Potatoes
Young boys hold up an Island spud out in the yard at the Glanaladale (MacKinnon) farm. The barn we can see in the back left is the second to stand on the property, as the first one belonging to Sir. William MacDonald was burned in 1907.
Boy with his dog and blueberry cart
Boy with his dog and blueberry cart
Boy with his dog and blueberry cart.
Brenton Clow WW2
Brenton Clow WW2
WW2 Military photo of Brenton Clow, age 26.
Buck Watts - Recalls story of Rum Running
Buck Watts - Recalls story of Rum Running
Buck Watts - Recalls story of rum running and Nelly J. Banks. Note: entire interview and other are available to the public at the Grand Tracadie School Centre.
Buck Watts - Talks about fishing in Grand racadie
Buck Watts - Talks about fishing in Grand racadie
Buck Watts talks about fishing in Grand Tracadie, as well as his time at President of the Fisherman's Association. Note: the entire interview and other are available to the public at the Grand Tracadie School Centre.
Campbles Pond
Campbles Pond
Campbells Pond, home of the gamey trout

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