jakealoo:

A nice photo of Christ Church in Delisle Saskatchewan, taken about 1930.


 

Outlook, Saskatchewan

1911  Kenaston, Saskatchewan

1910 Swift Current  Saskatchewan

1910 Otthon, Saskatchewan

McLean, Saskatchewan

oldcanada:

North Battleford, SK 1910

Crossing the Saskatchewan

Source - LAC

Fort St. John, British Columbia

fdrlibrary:

Day 24: The Roosevelts at Campobello

From a young age, FDR spent almost all his summers on Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada at his family’s summer home. As a boy he spent time sailing, canoeing, gathering birds, picnicking, and playing sports.
Franklin and Eleanor continued the tradition by bringing their own family to Campobello. The family acquired their own cottage in 1909, of which Eleanor said “My mother-in-law bought it and gave it to us, and this house became a great source of joy to me and a place with which I think my children have many happy associations.”

 , fdrlibrary:

Day 24: The Roosevelts at Campobello

From a young age, FDR spent almost all his summers on Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada at his family’s summer home. As a boy he spent time sailing, canoeing, gathering birds, picnicking, and playing sports.
Franklin and Eleanor continued the tradition by bringing their own family to Campobello. The family acquired their own cottage in 1909, of which Eleanor said “My mother-in-law bought it and gave it to us, and this house became a great source of joy to me and a place with which I think my children have many happy associations.”

 , fdrlibrary:

Day 24: The Roosevelts at Campobello

From a young age, FDR spent almost all his summers on Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada at his family’s summer home. As a boy he spent time sailing, canoeing, gathering birds, picnicking, and playing sports.
Franklin and Eleanor continued the tradition by bringing their own family to Campobello. The family acquired their own cottage in 1909, of which Eleanor said “My mother-in-law bought it and gave it to us, and this house became a great source of joy to me and a place with which I think my children have many happy associations.”

 , fdrlibrary:

Day 24: The Roosevelts at Campobello

From a young age, FDR spent almost all his summers on Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada at his family’s summer home. As a boy he spent time sailing, canoeing, gathering birds, picnicking, and playing sports.
Franklin and Eleanor continued the tradition by bringing their own family to Campobello. The family acquired their own cottage in 1909, of which Eleanor said “My mother-in-law bought it and gave it to us, and this house became a great source of joy to me and a place with which I think my children have many happy associations.”

 , fdrlibrary:

Day 24: The Roosevelts at Campobello

From a young age, FDR spent almost all his summers on Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada at his family’s summer home. As a boy he spent time sailing, canoeing, gathering birds, picnicking, and playing sports.
Franklin and Eleanor continued the tradition by bringing their own family to Campobello. The family acquired their own cottage in 1909, of which Eleanor said “My mother-in-law bought it and gave it to us, and this house became a great source of joy to me and a place with which I think my children have many happy associations.”

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fdrlibrary:

Day 24: The Roosevelts at Campobello

From a young age, FDR spent almost all his summers on Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada at his family’s summer home. As a boy he spent time sailing, canoeing, gathering birds, picnicking, and playing sports.

Franklin and Eleanor continued the tradition by bringing their own family to Campobello. The family acquired their own cottage in 1909, of which Eleanor said “My mother-in-law bought it and gave it to us, and this house became a great source of joy to me and a place with which I think my children have many happy associations.”

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