Here are several pictures of the St. Anne Acadamy. Some of the first building that burned down in 1920. Other of the replacement building that opened for service in September 1921.
Here's the first pic of the original building that was begun on July 15, 1884, and was partially completed by October 25, 1884.
Here is a second picture of the Old St. Anne Academy. You should know that a brief history of the school was included in the 1976 publication of the Saga of St. Anne.
The third is a photo post card of the Chapel in the St. Anne Academy. Not sure if this was from the first building, or the replacement. Although it does look somewhat similar to the chapel that I remember as a student in the early 1950s. However, the furnishings are not the same.
This is the last of the four pics I'm sending your way at this time. This pic is the St. Anne Academy building that was constructed in 1921. It was completed in time for a school opening on September 6, 1921, just four months after the construction contract was given.
The school, at both the old and new buildings, contained a high school as well as boarding facilities until 1929. My mother, Iola Kirts attended the high school during the mid 1920s (1926-1927) when she lived in the Papineau area.