Photograph of a Antoine Lanois, cooking at a drive camp. Caption reads, "The cook, Antoine Lanois, is putting onto the fire a bake kettle full of doughnuts, what we always called in Quebec, "crocshinoles" (properly "croquignoles").
From "Life in the Lumbercamps of McLachlin Brothers Arnprior, Ontario" by Charles Macnamara.
1. Handwritten note by unknown re Constable William Oakden, Reg. No. 1187, received by Stan Horrall. He was originally a blacksmith, listed some of his former residences as Arnprior and Kinburn, reference to his uncle John Oakden of Arnprior. No other information seems to be relevant.