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Kenogami, Quebec, Price Bros. | Forestry Fridays

Vintage coloured postcard (1950s?)

Bureaux Price Bros. Price Bros. Offices, Kenogami P.Q. – 3

Vintage postcard of Kenogami Price Brothers Offices | Bureau Price Bros.


Detail Vintage Postcard: Classic Car 1950s(?)

Kenogami Classic Cars



Reverse of Kenogami, Quebec Vintage Postcard




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July 17, 2009 - Posted by | . |


  1. To : Assistant to whoever
    I’m an old journalist throwing things out.
    I have in front of me a major article on Hong Kong 1941 from MACLEANS JULY 1968.
    Brig. john h. price served in hong kong.
    I’ll be glad to send this gratis to any member of the larger price family interested.
    Just let me have the address.

    Note: Mr. Warkentin is sending me this article.


    Comment by alfred warkentin | October 10, 2009 | Reply

  2. Hi,

    I am John H. Price’s eldest Grandson so have read with interest that an article from Macleans is on its way to you.
    I would love a copy.

    FYI, the Price Family of Quebec is having a Reunion at the end of June in Quebec City, preceded by a tour of Lac St.Jean, Kenogami and Tadoussac. It is anticipated that over 200 will be in attendance including those from England and Chile.

    Best regards,
    Hart Price
    originally from Montreal, now in Vancouver

    Note from Evelyn: Contacted via email, Follow-up post coming soon.


    Comment by Hartland Price | January 5, 2010 | Reply

  3. Bonjour. J’ai travaillé pour votre compagnie plusieurs années. Avant de quitter j’étais directeur des achats pour la division forestières de Chicoutimi.

    J’ai connu Harold Price et j’aimerais avoir de ses nouvelles.

    Salutations. GUY PILON


    Comment by Guy Pilon | March 6, 2010 | Reply

    • Bonjour M. Pilon,
      Je vais chercher de contacter M. Price avec votre message.
      Evelyn Yvonne Theriault


      Comment by evelynyvonnetheriault | March 6, 2010 | Reply

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