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While promoting the history of Marguerite Bourgeoys and her role in the founding of Montreal, the Marguerite Bourgeoys Historic Site is committed to a mission of conservation, promotion and management of heritage.  Here are some objects that have an emotional and/or identity value and with which visitors can create a material link between the present and the past. By clicking on the pictures, you can get a 360 degree view of the object.

Interview with Roosa Rönkä, head of collections and exhibitions.

Interview with Audrey Ste-Marie, Collections and Exhibitions Assistant.

Octagonal bottle


Date : End of the 19th century

Dimensions: 16.5 x 4.5 (diameter) cm

Materials: colored glass, transparent, dark green

Collection : Archaeological Collection, SHMB



Date : after 1784

Dimensions : 24 x 18 (diameter) cm

Materials: coarse clay with red body, black glaze, English style

Collection : Archaeological collection, SHMB



Date : 19th century

Dimensions : 55 x 27 (diameter) cm

Materials : metal

Collection : Archaeological collection, SHMB

Domino piece

1997.85 / BjFj-96-1Y101-373

Date : 19th or 20th century

Dimensions : 3,8 x 1,95 x 0,81 cm

Materials: fibrous solids, wood; copper metal; stable solids, bone

Collection : Archaeological collection

Ink bottle

Date: 20th century? (Canada)

Dimensions: 20 x 8 x 6.3 cm

Materials: Unidentified, lead-free, colorless glass; fibrous solids, paper; ink; metal; plastic solids

Collection: Archaeological collection, SHMB


Ex-voto ship

Notre-Dame Congregation Collection, Marguerite-Bourgeoys Historic Site


Virgin and Child

Notre-Dame Congregation Collection, Marguerite-Bourgeoys Historic Site

Jesus Child

Atelier Enfant-Jésus of Montréal Marguerite-Bourgeoys Historic Site collection, gift of the Notre-Dame Congregation

Musée Marguerite-Bourgeoys
Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours

400, rue Saint-Paul Est
Métro Champ-de-Mars
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