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"The Mill on the Sixteen" 
Image  Frederick Arthur Verner, "The Mill on the Sixteen", The Oakville Book, 1856, p. 2  Painting by Frederick A. Verner (1836-1928). Courtesy of the Oakville Museum and Oakville Historical Society.
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Bronte Post Office
 
Image  Paul Duff, "Bronte Post Office ," The Oakville Book  Painting of the Bronte Post Office by artist Paul Duff. This image can also be found in the book The Oakville Book by Sheila Creighton.
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St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church
 
Image  Alan Kingsland, "St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church ," The Oakville Book  This image is of a painting done by Alan Kingsland of St. Andrew's Church. It can also be found featured in the book The Oakville Book by Sheila Creighton.
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"My Home Town" 
ImageComments:  Alan Kingsland, "My Home Town", The Oakville Book  Painting is also featured in the book titled The Oakville Book by Sheila Creighton.
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Downtown Oakville
 
Image  "Downtown Oakville ," The Hamilton Spectator, 1962  This image of Colborne Street (renamed Lakeshore Road in 1965) demonstrates the road's reputation as a hotspot for local businesses. These buildings are now the homes to Murron's Cabinetree and Swiss Interiors, located between the intersections of Lakeshore and George St and Lakeshore and Dunn St....
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Downtown Oakville
 
Image  "Downtown Oakville ," The Hamilton Spectator, 1962  Photo of Downtown Oakville circa 1962 when Colborne Street (renamed Lakeshore Road in 1964) was a hotspot for local businesses. This photo was taken at the intersection of what is presently known as Lakeshore Road and Thomas St. This building is now the home to The Butchery and Seafood shop and...
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Colborne Street
 
ImageNewspapers  Bruce Murdoch (1895-1966), "Colborne Street ," The Hamilton Spectator, 1951  Image of Colborne Street, Oakville taken by Bruce Murdoch for the Hamilton Spectator in 1951. The buildings featured in the photograph still exist today but are occupied by different businesses. Knox Presbyterian Church can be seen in the background. This image can also be found in the print...
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Oakville Basket Company 
Image  "Oakville Basket Company," Oakville: A place of some importance  Image of the Oakville Basket Company in the early 1900s. This photograph is also included in Oakville: A Place of Some Importance by Clare McKeon and Joseph P. McKeon
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Oakville Basket Company advertisement 
Image  Clare and Joseph McKeon, "Oakville Basket Company advertisement," Oakville: A place of some importance  Advertisement for the Oakville Basket Company from the early 1900s. Image is also featured in the book Oakville: A Place of Some Importance by Clare McKeon and Joseph P. McKeon.
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John Doty Carriage Spring & Axle Works
 
Image  "John Doty Carriage Spring & Axle Works ," Oakville: A place of some importance  Early 20th century advertisement for the John Doty Carriage Spring & Axel Works. Image can also be seen in the collection titled Oakville: A Place of Some Importance by Clare McKeon and Joseph P. McKeon
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Farmhouse and orchard 
Image  "Farmhouse and orchard," Oakville: A place of some importance  Sketch of an orchard and farmhouse that would have been characteristic of early Oakville. This image can also be found in the book Oakville: A Place of Some Importance by Clare McKeon and Joseph P. McKeon.
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Early settlers 
Image  "Early settlers," Oakville: A place of some importance  Sketch of early settlers. Image can also be found in the book Oakville: A Place of Some Importance by Clare McKeon and Joseph P. McKeon
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Early settlers 
Image  "Early settlers," Oakville: A place of some importance  Sketch of early settlers. Image can also be found in the print book Oakville: A Place of Some Importance by Clare McKeon and Joseph P. McKeon
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Colborne Street (now Lakeshore Road) in the early 1900s
 
Image  "Colborne Street (now Lakeshore Road) in the early 1900s ," The Oakville Book  Postcard depicting Colborne Street in the early 1900s. The image is also included in Sheila Creighton's work entitled "The Oakville Book"
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