Ray and Diana Baillie have composed three volumes of photographs and historical record on the lives and locations of English Quebecers in the Eastern Townships region. The series is entitled Imprints.rnrnRay Baillie died on May 10, 2015. His primary career was as a teacher in which he was a great inspiration to, and greatly respected by his many colleagues and students over a span of nearly 40 years–most notably at Chomedey Polyvalent High School in Laval, where he taught history and established a history resource archive centre and the debating club. He also taught at McGill’s Faculty of Education. rnAfter his retirement in 1994, he embarked on a ten-year project with his wife Diana, travelling throughout Quebec gathering information and photographing for a series of books entitled Imprints: Discovering The Historic Face of English Quebec. Ray later published Scottish Imprints in Quebec.