Lowther (Cochrane)



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Collection Clément Groleau

  • CA ON00402 CG
  • Collection
  • 1951-1956, 1958-1960, 1968-1970.

The fonds contains the minutes of the RCSS No.1 Lowther school board in Coppell from 1951 to 1956 and from 1958 to 1960. It also includes the records of Le Club des Loisirs de Coppell, from 1968 to 1970.

Groleau, Clément

Fonds Gérald Gélinas

  • CA ON00402 GG
  • Fonds
  • 1940-1950; mostly 1943-1947

The fonds contains textual documents related to the postal service during the Second World War and afterwards. More specifically, the documents are linked to the postal office in Mead, Ontario, a village located approximately 35 km from Hearst. In addition to some correspondence letters, the fonds contains guidelines on regulating the mail sent to or by the prisoners of war, who worked in labour camps in the region.

Gélinas, Gérald

Fonds La Défriche

  • CA ON00402 DÉ
  • Fonds
  • 1974, 2008

The fonds contains digitized copies of the interviews recorded by the students during the summer of 1974. Also found in the fonds are textual documents related to the project as well as notes regarding the CRCCF’s original archival classification.

La Défriche

Fonds Mauno Jansson

  • CA ON00402 MJ
  • Fonds
  • 1913, 1920-1967; mostly 1940-1950

The fonds consists of photographic and audiovisual records related to Newaygo Timber Co. in Mead in the 1940’s and 1950’s, the Finnish community in Hearst and the development of the town of Hearst.

Jansson, Mauno

Fonds Roland Cloutier

  • CA ON00402 RC
  • Fonds
  • 1915-2007

The fonds contains textual and photographic records of Roland Cloutier’s involvement in Northern Ontario’s lumber industry. It provides information on some of the Hearst area lumber companies and on organizations such as the Hearst Lumbermen’s Association and the Ontario Lumber Manufacturers’ Association. The fonds also includes documents pertaining to the Hearst Forest Management company, the Northern Ontario Development Corporation, and to René Fontaine in his role as a member of the Ontario legislature and minister in the Ontario government. This is complemented by government reports, studies analyzing the situation and needs of the lumber industry and of Northern Ontario’s economy, handbooks relating to the working practices of the industry and maps mostly illustrating cutting rights in the forest of the region.

Cloutier, Roland