A Canadian Family

First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

Main Index: Vintage Postcards of New Brunswick





Busy Bathurst Bridge & Village

Main Street – Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada

Vintage Bathurst! – Vintage Stedman ‘s, Kent Theatre, HFC Loans


Bathurst Pulp and Paper Industry


Bathurst Pulp & Paper Mill – New Brunswick, Canada

View Near Pulp Mill – Bathurst (Gloucester, N.B.)

Pulp Mills, Bathurst (pub. CNR)

Bathurst Pulp and Paper Mill – in colour (Gloucester, N.B.)

Bathurst Mill (Gloucester, New Brunswick)




Caraquet Le presbytere et l’Eglise

Caraquet Highway Near Post Office

Caraquet, La Chapelle Ste. Anne et Ses Environs

Caraquet, Le Couvent

Caraquet, Les Abords De La Station

Caraquet, Main Street Looking West

Caraquet, N.B. Marines

Caraquet, Grande route contre l’hotel Dominion


Caraquet – Vue Generale, collection du college




Dalhousie Lumber Mill (Restigouche, N.B.)

Dalhousie (Restigouche, N.B.) – Panorama



Edmunston NB – International Ferry (ca 1907)

Edmundston Business Block | Vintage Imperial Gas Bar & Classic Cars 

Edmunston N.B. – Fraser Paper Mill, Edmunston, N.B. 




Moncton, New Brunswick “Main Street and Subway”




Vintage Postcard: Shippegan Harbour, New Brunswick

Vintage Postcard: Shippegan Peat Moss, New Brunswick

Vintage Postcard: Shippegan, New Brunswick, Canada

Cafe Royale, Shippegan – “the best fish meal … cod in cornmeal”

New Brunswick – Other


Gagetown from the St John River | Early 20th Century

Cotton and Lumber Mills – Nashwaak Marysville, New Brunswick

St Basile NB – Wire/Cable Ferry Boat (1915)

St George NB – Pulp Mill | Canadian Family

Historical wire/cable ferries | St-Leonard N.B. – Van Buren Maine 



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Core Index: Historical Postcards



July 5, 2009 - Posted by | . | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Dear Sir or Madam

    Found your web-site by chance, trying to find any pictures of
    New Brunswick in 1826 plus.
    Reason, family connection, Robert Morrow married Elizabeth
    Pallen at Miramichi, New Brunswick, date as we know,
    Aug 18th,1862.
    If any-one knows of these in their family history, I would
    love to hear from them.
    Got a big family tree here.

    Any PHOTOS FROM THAT TIME, local, would love to see.

    Sincerely, Dave. (thank you)…

    Note from Evelyn: I’m flipping through my collection!

    See: http://wp.me/pp92w-7GL


    Comment by Dave | February 13, 2010 | Reply

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