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An Early History of the Como and Hudson Libraries

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Marnie Clarke 


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HHS Monthly Meeting 19:30 - Monday, Jan. 12 2015

Martin Hofton will give a presentation entitled “The History of Pine Lake 1946- 1990”.

Illustrated with old photographs, Martin’s talk will include the incorporation of the Pine Lake Club, life at the Lake in the 1950’s and 60’s, problems with pollution and the acquisition by the Town of Hudson in 1984.


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HHS Monthly Meeting 19:30 - Monday, Oct. 13 2014

The meeting will have two presenters.  Our first speaker will be Carol Outram, a textile artist who was born and educated in the UK.  Carol resides and works in Hudson where she is very involved in assisting small craft and design businesses particularly those of women in remote communities.  Carol is presently on a town committee that is making preparations for the celebration of Hudson’s 150th anniversary.


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NEWS! T.B. Macaulay/Mount Victoria Farms

T.B. Macaulay and Mount Victoria Farms: Looking Back and Looking Forward

Last Thursday the Hudson Historical Society received this message from Catherine Timms, a student of history at York University in Toronto:


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Hudson-Oka Ferry. 100th Anniversary commemeration.

Claude Léger
$15.00 Available in French and English *Aug 2016

A history of the ferry service across Lake of two Mountains between Como and Oka.


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Etude Monographique relative à la paroisse de Saint-Thomas d'Aquin d'Hudson, Comté de Vaudreuil

Robert Lionel Séguin
978-895821-50-5
$18.00 (in French only) *Aug 2016

Réédition du livre écrit en commémoration du cinquantième anniversaire de la communauté catholique de saint Thomas d'Aquin en 1947. Avec notes par Dr. M.W. Poirier.


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Submitted by hofton on Mon, 2010-02-15 17:14.

Painting by Berthe Des Clayes

Painting by Berthe Des Clayes

 


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Turtle Pond Lane. Berthe Des Clayes.

Turtle Pond Lane. Berthe Des Clayes.

 


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Oka with Monastery. James Duncan

Oka with Monastery. James Duncan

 

James D. Duncan. (1866-1881) was born at Coleraine, Ireland and died at Longueil, Quebec. He evidently did some oil painting before he left his native Ireland to emigrate to Lower Canada in 1825. Duncan settled in Montreal by 1830 where he spent the balance of his life as a professional artist working as a portrait and miniature painter and a teacher of drawing.


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Lake of Two Mountains and Oka. James Duncan.

Lake  of Two Mountains and Oka. James Duncan.

 

James D. Duncan. (1866-1881) was born at Coleraine, Ireland and died at Longueil, Quebec. He evidently did some oil painting before he left his native Ireland to emigrate to Lower Canada in 1825. Duncan settled in Montreal by 1830 where he spent the balance of his life as a professional artist working as a portrait and miniature painter and a teacher of drawing.


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