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              Annette Gobeil fonds
              PR2418 · Fonds · 1943 - 1944

              The fonds consists of 2 publications regarding weaving and one cook book dating from the 1940's.

              Gobeil, Annette
              Bérubé family fonds
              PR0462 · Fonds · Copied 1986

              The fonds consists of images relating to the Bérubé family, originally dating 1895 to 1912, including images of the Bérubés’ Beaumont house (built by Pierre Bérubé) and the Bérubé family, the livery stables owned by Pierre Bérubé, and the first church in Beaumont along with its parishioners.

              Bérubé family
              Eglande Mercier fonds
              PR3728 · Fonds · 1907-2010

              The fonds consists of Églande Mercier’s diaries, spanning, with gaps, from 1936 to 2010; an autographs book with notes from her friends and colleagues from 1934 to 1940; family papers, including personal correspondence; farm and Mercier & Germaine Plumbing & Heating business papers; material from the Fédération des femmes canadiennes-françaises de l’Alberta, Les Amis du fléché and Sainte-Anne Parish from Edmonton (closed in 2014).

              Mercier, Eglande
              Jeannine Goudreau fonds
              PR3378 · Fonds · 1883-2008

              The fonds consists of textual records relating to the history and genealogies of the Royer, Lambert and Goudreau families, as well as historical research materials for the Beaumont History Book created or collected by Jeannine Goudreau. The records trace the settlement by the pioneers, the history of Beaumont and the growing francophone community in Alberta. Records also relate to significant events in the area including the tornado of 1987, as well as Jeannine Goudreau’s activities as volunteer in Saint-Vital Parish.
              The audiovisual material consists of family photos and images of Beaumont and its people, including a photo album with very rare photos of friends and family members. This album holds 3 cabinet cards (albumen prints), 4 cartes de visite (albumen prints) and 31 tintypes which are direct positive images that are laterally reversed of family portraits. There are 3 charcoal crayon portraits included, of Elise Royer, Amanda Royer and Jean Royer.

              Goudreau, Jeannine