Washing Day, Ste. Agnes, Quebec, Canada

This postcard painting depicts washer women in the village of Saint Agnes, Quebec, now a part of Dundee.

Atelier Morency 5645 Woodbury Ave, Montreal

The description on the back states:


On top of the mountain, back of Murray Bay, stands a pretty village called Ste-Agnes. As described in this scene ,one can see that the rustic life of the peasants still survives. Old traditions are kept and cherished.

It is believed this series of cards dates from the 1950s.

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