This collection consists of 9 archival photo binders containing 2265 black and white and color photographs and postcards from 1913 through 1990s. It depicts miscellaneous events, activities, and trips throughout Odile Ouellette’s life. Photographs are of family members & friends in Fort Kent and throughout Maine, Florida, Montreal; trips to Quebec, Montreal, Nova Scotia, Southern Maine, Massachusetts, Virginia, Washington DC, New York; camps on Cross Lake; Fort Kent flood; “Chez Françoise” women’s apparel store owned by Odile; Business Professional Women group; outings with snowshoe club; Chicago World Fair of 1933; New York World Fair, 1939-40; Margaret Chase Smith, Senior Senator from Maine as a friend; footbridge in Fort Kent; Madawaska Training School; Ste-Luce old rectory with tower. The images are of various dimensions.
Also included in the collection are 2 small plaques, one made of wood with a humorous saying and the other plaque depicts an English cottage style color illustration with a gold metal frame containing an ad for “Solomon Cote Jewelry and Gifts” store in Fort Kent, Maine.