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Identification Number: 50-C18-1963-111
Theme(s): Liquor, Prohibition and Customs, Trades, and Occupations, Business
Folder Title: New Brunswick Liquor Control Commission: Giving out tavern licenses
Date: January 18, 1963

Description: On January 18, 1963, Joseph Malenfant, of Moncton, the chief inspector of the New Brunswick Liquor Control Commission, hands out licenses for taverns to the new owners of taverns in Madawaska, Lawrence Plourde, Albert April and Jean Paul Proulx. These three taverns opened their doors on Saturday January 19, 1963, in Edmundston, for the Lawrence and April taverns and in Grand Falls for the Proulx tavern. The photo shows Joseph Malenfant to the right handing the permit to Lawrence Plourde, in the centre of the photo. The April tavern is located on Saint-François Street, the Lawrence tavern at the corner of Hébert Boulevard and 17th Street, and the Proulx tavern on Broadway Street in Grand Falls.

Subjects: New Brunswick, Alcohol, Law and legislation, Liquor laws, New Brunswick Liquor Control Commission, Bars (Drinking establishments), License system, Bartenders, Lawrence Plourde, Madawaska (County)
Creator: Studio Laporte
Collaborator(s): Le Madawaska, 17 January 1963, p. 2 and 13; Le Madawaska, 24 January 1963, p. 11
Source: Cdem Studio Laporte Funds
Université de Moncton campus d'Edmundston Société Historique du Madawaska Ville d'Edmundston Patrimoine Canadien