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The Dionne Quintuplets: Canadian History in Vintage Postcards

Greetings from Quintland, The Dionne Quintuplets at Callander Highlighting in vintage postcards the history of towns and townships in the greater Lake Nipissing and Lake Temagami areas of Northern Ontario, Canada, including the Nipissing District and portions of the Parry Sound district which are in the “Blue Sky Region.” These Canadian postcards are shown in digital, virtual museum format for educational purposes. If you have images or historical information which you’d like to share with our virtual museum, feel free to do so. To navigate these pages, mouse over the top navigation bar. Drop-down menus will appear of the areas of interest. Click on the thumbnails for larger images. Close the larger image before opening another thumbnail. The occasional duplicates for sale can be found using the search box on the main (home) page of VintagePostcards.org. This is an ongoing project; comments and questions to the webmaster at webmaster - at sign - vintagepostcards.org are welcome.

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The occasional duplicates for sale can be found using the search box on the main (home) page of VintagePostcards.org. Note: We never offer Dionne quintuplets materials for sale, out of respect for them. Three books have been written about the Dionne sisters’ lives: We Were Five by James Brough (1965); The Dionne Years by Pierre Berton; and Family Secrets. While all three books are out of print, you may be able to find them at online bookstores specializing in out-of-print volumes.

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Dionne Quintuplets

Greetings from Quintland, The Dionne Quintuplets at Callander Road to Corbeil, Ontario, Birthplace of the Dionne Quintuplets Callander Dionne Quintuplets with Grandfather Callander Madame Legros with Quintuplets Basket Callander, Dionne Quintuplets with Dr. Dafoe and Nurses
Callander Dr. Dafoe Home Callander, Dionne Quintuplets Ready for Ice Hockey Callander Dr. Dafoe with Quintuplets Callander Dionne Quintuplets Salute Canadian Flag Callander Dafoe Hospital Nurse
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Callander Dafoe Hospital Playhouse Callander Quintland Crowds 1 Callander Quintland Crowds 2 Callander Dionne Quintuplets Home 1 Callander Dionne Quintuplets Home 2
Callander Dionne Quintuplets Home 3 Callander, Unusual Dionne Family Portrait Sans Quintuplets Callander Oliva Dionne at St. Alphonsus Church Callander Dionne Quintuplets Last Family Portrait Callander Madame Lebel Family
 
Callander, Dionne Family with Quintuplets in White Callander, 1938 Aerial Map of Quintland
Callander, Oliva Dionne's Booth at Quintland Patriotic Postcard of King George and the Future Queen Elizabeth Callander, Ontario, Dionne Quintuplets on a Toboggan, Autographed by Their Father, Oliva Dionne, in 1936 Oliva Dionne's Souvenir Booth at Quintland, 1939 Callander, Temagami Dry Ginger Ale Truck Delivery to Quintland
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Callander, Panoramic Ink Blotter View of Dionne Quintuplets in 1935 Insurance Advertising Campaign
Shrine of the Virgin Mary of Sorrows and Souvenir Shop at Callander, Formerly the Quintuplets' Playground
 
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Old antique postcards tell the stories of North Bay, Temagami, Bear Island, Bonfield, Callander and Corbeil, Alderdale, Commanda, the Ferguson Highway (Highway 11), Lavigne and Verner, Marten River, Nipissing Village, Monetville and Noëlville, Powassan, Sturgeon Falls, Sundridge, Trout Lake, Restoule, South River, Tilden Lake, Dokis, Rutherglen, Tomiko Ontario, Trout Mills, Trout Creek and other areas of interest. Enjoy the story of Frederic Remington’s moose hunting trip to Mattawa more than 100 years ago. See a 19th c. Orangemen’s parade, or our collection of rare New Ontario Brewery artifacts.

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