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Founded in 1969, Dawson College in Westmount was the first English-language Cegep in Quebec.
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The Sun Life building in downtown Montreal is, without a doubt, one of this city's premier architectural landmarks.
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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Photo - Matthew Farfan
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The column seen to the right, known as Boaz, stands outside the main entrance of the Montreal Masonic Memorial Temple, home of the Grand Lodge of Quebec. At the top of the column is a terrestrial globe.
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Fifteen-two, fifteen-four, fifteen-six, fifteen-eight, double-run, sixteen and one for the jack, is a typical way to chant and to count a Cribbage hand.
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Carte postale, v. 1908. Collection Matthew Farfan Postcard, published c.1908. Matthew Farfan Collection
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Carte postale par la Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Montréal, v.1906. Collection Matthew Farfan Postcard published by the Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Montreal, c.1906. Matthew Farfan Collection
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Carte postale par la Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Montréal, v. 1906. Collection Matthew Farfan Postcard published by Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Montreal, c.1906. Matthew Farfan Collection
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Carte postale par la Illustrated Post Card Co., Montréal, v. 1910. Collection Matthew Farfan Postcard published by the Illustrated Post Card Co., Montreal, c.1910. Matthew Farfan Collection
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Carte postale par la Montreal Import Co., Montréal, vers 1905. Collection Matthew Farfan Postcard published by the Montreal Import Co., Montreal, c.1905. Matthew Farfan Collection
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The Notman Studios of Montreal were famous for their magnificent composite photographs.