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Convent of the Sisters of the Assumption

Convent of the Sisters of the Assumption
Winter view

Mlle Chaput and team of cayooses

Mlle Chaput and team of cayooses
Ladies of Saint-Vincent after 15 day weaving course. Lucille Malo and Marie-Berthe Tardif at dinner activities for teacher.

School Children Marching

School Children Marching
Wearing the sashes and pins of their confraternity.

Grotto at Saint-Vincent

Grotto at Saint-Vincent
Colour photo, faded

St. Vincent Church, from the south-east

St. Vincent Church, from the south-east
Nearly complete, summer

View from the rectory at St. Vincent

View from the rectory at St. Vincent
Lawn and field.

Blessing of the cars

Blessing of the cars
A spring ritual, farmers brought a sample of their seed to be blessed as well.

Interior of Saint-Vincent Church

Interior of Saint-Vincent Church
At the time of the Diocesonal Eucharistic Congress, ceiling vault detail

Cold Lake

Cold Lake
Excursion to Cold Lake with the Altar Boys of Saint Vincent

Alphonse St-Arnault

Alphonse St-Arnault
Close-up of altar boy's costume, note slippered feet, dark colour is red. His was the first of the cassocks made. Used a white cashmere wool.

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