Photograph of Alphonse Hamel, a physics teacher at the Séminaire de Gaspé. He was greatly admired by René Lévesque, whom he had taught and become friends with after M. Lévesque had finished school.
Photograph of abbot Chenel, the priest for Gaspé parish, with The Sisters of St Rosaire’s students.
P61 Fonds Guy Otis.
Negative showing a school in Maria
Negative showing the main facade of the New Richmond High School
Negative showing an interior view of the Saint-Pie X school
Negative showing the awarding of certificates to cooking school students at the Baie-Bleue hotel. Group of cooks posing with other seated people, including Bishop Charles-Eugène Roy in the center.
Negative showing the awarding of certificates to cooking school students at the Baie-Bleue hotel.
Negative showing the awarding of certificates to cooking school students at the Baie-Bleue hotel. 2 groups of women, one seated, the other standing
Negative showing Mr. Dumais with a group of young men
Negative showing a group of boys from Bonaventure College
Negative showing a group of unidentified graduates of the Notre-Dame de New Carlisle Academy
Negative showing a painting or mosaic of portraits of 1961-1963 graduates of the Notre-Dame de Chartres hospital in Maria
Negative showing a group of male and female graduates from Nouvelle
Negative showing a group of male graduates from Nouvelle
Negative showing a group of female graduates from Nouvelle
Negative showing a group of male graduates from Nouvelle.
Group of students sitting on the grass.
Centre d’archives de la Gaspésie / Musée de la Gaspésie. P134 Fonds Centre spécialisé des pêches. 80.5.31.
Photograph showing the anglophone school of Grande-Grève. The school has a bell tower and a circular window. To learn more: Dorothy Philips, “A History of the Schools Around Gaspe Bay”. Peninsula. 1990. 349 pages.
Photographe inconnu, [ca 1900]. Musée de la Gaspésie. P57 Collection du Centre d’archives de la Gaspésie. P57/8, 77.1.4. – Description: Soeur Marie de Lourdes en classe avec son groupe d?élèves à Up-the-Bay. Douglastown.
Photography representing young boys in front if their school, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires in Petite-Vallée.
Picture showing the cafeteria full of students in the Seminar of Gaspé.
Photograph showing a group of abbots, sitting in a classroom, in the Gaspé Seminary. First row: three unknown abbots. Second row: Abbot Raoul Vaillancourt, Abbot Valère Roy, standing, and three other unknown abbots.
Photograph showing a large dormitory at the Gaspé Seminary. On the left, along the wall, we can see the sinks and the metal lockers or linen cupboards.
Photograph of Gérard Day Lévesque, on crutches, in a hallway of the Gaspé Seminary.
Photograph showing the Gaspé Seminary’s main entrance. In the back, near the wall, stands an unknown priest.