Kawartha Lakes Public Library - Digital Collections
On the Main Street - 1965


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Image
Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
Scrapbook Volume I page 74
Photo of Ford Moynes with D.R. Spence in Cambray.
Photo of oil painting presented by Ford W. Moynes and daughter Jacquelyne E. Price (Ottawa) to the Lindsay Ladies Curling Club in memory of the late Agnes E. Moynes who for many years was an active playing member of the Club. The nickle name-plates contain the names of Past-Presidents of the Club. The presentation was made in the winter season of 1965. The painting is by a widely known Quebec artist: Jean Vienne and depicts a familiar winter scene quite appro to Lindsay and pioneer Lindsay Lumber days.
Date of Publication:
1965
Personal Name(s):
Ford W. Moynes
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Location of Original:
Scrapbook Volume I, page 74
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Lindsay, ON K9V 2Y6
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On the Main Street - 1965


Scrapbook Volume I page 74
Photo of Ford Moynes with D.R. Spence in Cambray.
Photo of oil painting presented by Ford W. Moynes and daughter Jacquelyne E. Price (Ottawa) to the Lindsay Ladies Curling Club in memory of the late Agnes E. Moynes who for many years was an active playing member of the Club. The nickle name-plates contain the names of Past-Presidents of the Club. The presentation was made in the winter season of 1965. The painting is by a widely known Quebec artist: Jean Vienne and depicts a familiar winter scene quite appro to Lindsay and pioneer Lindsay Lumber days.