Fonds P0093 - Della L. Favreau fonds

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Della L. Favreau fonds

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9 photographs
1 oil painting

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Della L. Favreau, née Hoyle, is the granddaughter of Timothy V. Hoyle and grandniece of George Hoyle. They were the sons of Henry Hoyle, the builder of the Manor House of Lacolle (1825). The Manor House, situated in southwestern Quebec near the U.S. Border, was bought by Loyola College in August 1971 for use as a faculty development centre. In 1974 Loyola College merged with Sir George Williams University to form Concordia University. Concordia University sold the Manor House of Lacolle in 1996.

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The fonds consists of images of Thomas V. Hoyle and of Lacolle Manor.

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Eight photographs are laser copies.

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These documents were donated to the Concordia University Archives by Della Hoyle Favreau in 1993.


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