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Potato Distributors Ltd. – Montreal QC

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Previously posted on FAB

OZ Correspondent – Nicole Wilson – Oxol Fluid Beef Co & Grandas (Cigar?) Pentimento – Montréal, QC

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Dominion Medical Monthly & Ontario Medical Journal – January – December 1901 – Google Books



This is a stretch but I am making a leap of faith that the GRANDAS on this pentimento is associated with the Montreal resident Jose Granda – cigar maker – immigrant from Spain. Below is the obituary of his daughter Mary Cook.

Obituary

COOK, Mary (nee Granda) August 10th, 1924 – October 13th, 2012 

Passed away at Father Dowd Memorial Home at the age of eighty-eight after a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s. Mary’s late father, Jose Granda, and his brothers were among the first immigrants from Spain to settle in Montreal in 1900 as founding partners in Jose Granda Cigars Ltd on St-Laurent Boulevard. She was predeceased by her brothers Pepe, Adolpho, Armando, Domingo and John, and by her sisters Feliz, Blanca, Luz and Paulina.

 

Beloved wife of Mr. Douglas James Cook and devoted mother to Linda (Bill Dalziel), Eric (Kathleen Casey) and Nina (Peter Walker). Loving Tita to Ryan, Kristin, Michael, Morgan, Andrew, Stuart, Michael, Maria, Evan and Casey. She will be greatly missed by her great-granddaughter Maya, her nieces and nephews as well as many other relatives and friends. 

 

Family will receive condolences at Kane and Fetterly Funeral Home (5301, Decarie Boulevard (corner Isabella), Montreal, H3W 3C4) on Friday, November 2nd from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. A memorial mass will be celebrated at St-Ignatius Parish (4455 West Broadway, Montreal) on Saturday, November 3rd at 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to Alzheimer Society would be appreciated. 

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Concrete Debris & Derelict Silo – Montréal, QC

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J.H. Lamarche – Wholesale Grocers & Importers – Montréal, QC #SCOTUS #MarriageEquality

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© Frank H. Jump

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The “Mariage” banner that was covering another fade looks like “Federal Stoves” or “stoves.” Enzo and I were hoping to be the next couple for the Mariage Magazine cover since we did get married in Canada- Toronto. We’re still waiting to hear from them.

Thank you SCOTUS for hearing these two Marriage Equality cases. I am hoping you do what is RIGHT for America.

Stare – I Love Cans – Montréal, QC

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© Frank H. Jump

I believe this painted sign is truly a vintage ad, but for WHAT? However, there seems to be a STARE phenomenon in street art in Montréal. Here are some links to STARE sightings:

There are many more!

Guardians of Rust – Derelict Factory – Montréal, QC

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© Frank H. Jump

H.G. Turloi – Horloges – Watchman – Produit de Literie – Dominion Mattresses & Bedding – Montreal, QC

© Vincenzo Aiosa

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Centre d’Approvisionnement – Achats au Comptant – Rue de la Commune – Vieux-Montréal

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Supply Centre – Cash Purchases © Frank H. Jump

Kelvin Bottom – Nautical Instruments – Compass Adjusting – Charts – Books – Navigational Supplies – Montréal, QB

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I Dream of Jeannie bottle © Vincenzo Aiosa

Edifice De La Sauvegarde Cie D’Assurance Vie – Dupuy-Ferguson – Place Jacques Cartier – Montréal, CA

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In the nineteenth century, French Canadian businesses that offer life insurance were mutual. These companies do not have shareholders, they belong to the policyholders. Founded in 1902, The Backup is the first company life insurance share capital under the control of French Canadians. Under the impetus of economic nationalism, William Narcisse Ducharme gathered around this project a team of politicians and businessmen, including Henri Bourassa, federal politician and future founder of Duty, Hormidas Laporte, Mayor of Montreal from 1904 to 1906 and President of the Provincial Bank, Senator Raoul Dandurand and Narcissus Pérodeau, later Lieutenant Governor of Quebec. Safeguard in 1914 moved into a new building at 150 Notre-Dame, she holds up in 1976. 

In 1915, it is the fifth financial institution private French-Canadian behind the three chartered banks and Mount Royal Insurance Company against fire. But it is far behind the major companies in Quebec mutual aid: the Society of French-Canadian artisans, St. Joseph Unions and the National Alliance. Safeguard growth will be slow but steady. In 1962, the family sold its controlling interest Ducharme movement Caisses populaires Desjardins. From 1965 to 1978, the Maison des arts Safeguard house built in 1811, adjacent to the headquarters, will be dedicated to the dissemination of the arts. – Old Montréal

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Seed companies played an increasingly important in Quebec in the mid 19th century. Before 1850,  farmers produced their own seed. The importation of new plant species included the United States and Europe (France, England, Netherlands …) which made you gradually put aside traditional varieties. Many of these companies became successful and brought exotic new flavors and diversity to farmers but also for families who often had a [household] garden. As they were an important link in the introduction and evolution of tastes [and variety], we thought it was relevant to paint a picture of them: Dupuy & Ferguson.  – Gardens of Yesteryear

At 38 Place Jacques-Cartier, the grain trade commanded  a notable presence with Dupuy & Ferguson, importers of grains, who occupied the premises from 1888 until 1964.  – Old Montréal