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Caddying at Marlborough Golf Club in Montreal and other ways kids earned money fifty years ago

We’ve had some previous posts at this website concerned with the Marlborough Golf Club. We’ve also had some posts in the past about Cartierville School. I’ve recently been working on a post about the 1970-71 school year, when I took … Continue reading

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Further comment, regarding golf caddy at Marlborough golf club (Montreal) who went on to become Concordia University professor

A previous post refers to Marlborough golf club in Montreal: “I have to say that my caddy days led me to detest golf,” Graeme Decarie comments The above-noted post refers, in turn, to a post that is entitled: Additional comments … Continue reading

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Bob Carswell adds a comment about the caddy shack at the Marlborough golf club. Eric Karbin comments also.

Bob Carswell has added a comment at a previous post entitled: Additional comments from Graeme Decarie – regarding Saraguay, Cartierville School, and Marlborough golf club This is the comment; I’m posting it here to bring your attention to the discussion: … Continue reading

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Additional comments from Graeme Decarie – regarding Saraguay, Cartierville School, and Marlborough golf club

Below are edited excerpts from recent email discussions with Graeme Decarie. St. Hubert Jaan Pill: Do you have any interesting archival photos from Cartierville, from your own childhood and school days, including any photos of the creek, that you could … Continue reading

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“I have to say that my caddy days led me to detest golf,” Graeme Decarie comments

Below are some recent comments at a post entitled: Additional comments from Graeme Decarie – regarding Saraguay, Cartierville School, and Marlborough golf club I’ve posted the two most recent comments, as a way of bringing attention to them. Donald Lortie … Continue reading

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The Rise and Fall of English Montreal (1993) was an NFB film for which Graeme Decarie was historical advisor and occasional commentator

We have previously featured posts in which Bob Hill’s research about the English presence in Quebec has been highlighted, and Graeme Decarie’s efforts on behalf of the anglophone community in Quebec have also been highlighted. Bob Hill is the author of Voice … Continue reading

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Versions One and Two of Janet’s great post at our portal to the history of Cartierville School

At a previous post, we’ve shared some posts from Janet regarding Cartierville School. In order to bring attention to the post, and to have both versions of her post in one place, I’ve written the post that you are now … Continue reading

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Ulrich Laska has added a comment to our forum about Cartierville School

Ulrich Laska (MCHS ’63) has shared with us the following comment at the earlier post entitled: Cartierville School in Montreal I’m pleased to share with you his text as a separate post, in order to bring your attention to it. … Continue reading

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Graeme Decarie has a question about the old Bois Franc. Do you know the answer?

We’ve had some additional recent comments at the following posts: Graeme Decarie taught grades 7 to 11 for six years. Loved it. Then went back to school for his MA at Acadia & PhD (History) at Queen’s Bob Carswell adds … Continue reading

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Evans-Pritchard explores a “closed system of thought”

In a previous post, I’ve discussed an overview of the career of Sherry B. Ortner, an anthropologist that I learned about through reading work by another anthropologist, Marjorie Harness Goodwin. In this post, I will discuss another anthropologist. Ortner has … Continue reading

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