Musée de la mémoire vivante (Museum of Living Memory)
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The Last Beluga Fisherman
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The two buildings in which beluga blubber was melted, and the stable in the background
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Belugas on the shore before being cut up
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Oil cans of various sizes for lubricating delicate mechanisms
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Valved oil can made of copper
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Earthenware containers for storing oil and food
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Box of laces made by E.B. Balmforth in England
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Balmforth laces made of beluga leather (flat in the centre and round on both sides)
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Wool wound into a ball using part of a beluga vertebra
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Letterhead of the British American Oil Company Limited, one of Joseph Lizotte's customers
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Letter from the British American Oil Company Limited
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Letterhead of William F. Nye, Inc.
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Letter from Canac-Marquis, a glue manufacturer
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Gathering during the extraordinary catch of 1929
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Dignitaries and Joseph Lizotte Sr., during the extraordinary catch of May 1929
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Children among belugas during the extraordinary catch of May 1929
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Extraordinary catch of May 1929
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Postcard of the extraordinary catch of May 1929
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Back of the postcard for the extraordinary catch
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