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English: To come up
Français : À venir
Medium Negative film, black and white
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Object history Louis Roger Lafleur was born in Montreal on July 8, 1905. After his classical studies at the Collège de Montréal, he made his perpetual vows in the Congregation of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in 1930 and was ordained a priest in June 1932. He immediately began his The missionary life and is interested in photography: he even tries experiments in cinema. For 16 years, he visited almost all Indian missions in Quebec. He uses his numerous films to promote the work of missionaries throughout Quebec, the United States and Europe. From 1953 to 1955, Louis Roger Lafleur held the position of director of the Maison de Pensions fermées in Rouyn and until 1959 that of director-economist at the Indian Residential School of Saint-Marc de Figuery. He returned to the region in 1972, this time as parish priest of San Marco de Figuery. He died on January 1, 1973, struck by a heart attack. The collection includes negatives and photographs illustrating the lives of the Cree and Algonquins of the Abitibi, as well as the Montagnais and Atikamekws Nehirowisiw of the Mauricie. There are beautiful scenes on the customs and habitat of the Amerindians as well as general views of the villages.
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