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  • Last supper stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Image       "This Window is placed here in honour of the men from this congregation who gave their lives in the Great War in defence of justice, liberty and righteousness".
    Image     "This Window is placed here in honour of the men from this congregation who gave their lives in the Great War in defence of justice, liberty and righteousness".
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior 1920.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: exterior 1920.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: chancel, 1920.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior, 1920.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Newsclipping: Hundreds assembled at Marlatt funeral: public service was held in Knox Presbyterian Church at Oakville, in 2 parts.
    Text       Knox Presbyterian church, Oakville was crowded to capacity and Colborne street lined for blocks with motor cars to-day when many hundreds gathered to pay their last tribute of respect to the late Cecil G. Marlatt. Following a brief service at the home, the remains were taken to Knox church and ...
    Text     Knox Presbyterian church, Oakville was crowded to capacity and Colborne street lined for blocks with motor cars to-day when many hundreds gathered to pay their last tribute of respect to ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: chancel 1920.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Dominion Day Regatta
    Image       Canoeing and games on sixteen Mile Creek in Oakville for Dominion Day.
    Image     Canoeing and games on sixteen Mile Creek in Oakville for Dominion Day.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • The Worn Doorstep
    Imagecomment       Located on Front Street, this property has been home to a variety of businesses. It was originally built as a paint factory during the 1870s. During the 1890s it was an electric generating plant and during the early 1920s a guest house. In 1925, Edith Brown purchased the property and ...
    Imagecomment     Located on Front Street, this property has been home to a variety of businesses. It was originally built as a paint factory during the 1870s. During the 1890s it was ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • 176 Front Street ca 1925
    Image       This photo was taken from the McCrae family's property which was located on Thomas Street. In the rear right of the photo, the corner of 176 Front Street can be seen. Directly in the background is Glenorchy cottage. The cottage at 176 Front Street was built in 1837 by James ...
    Image     This photo was taken from the McCrae family's property which was located on Thomas Street. In the rear right of the photo, the corner of 176 Front Street can be ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • T.R. Lyon's Team and Wagon
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    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Farm of T.R. Lyon
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    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Oakville Band ca 1920
    Image       The Oakville Band was first created on Dominion Day, July 1, 1867. At this time it was a small military band with the 20th Halton Battalion. In 1881 it became the Oakville Citizen's Band.
    Image     The Oakville Band was first created on Dominion Day, July 1, 1867. At this time it was a small military band with the 20th Halton Battalion. In 1881 it became ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Oakville Band 1924
    Image       The Oakville Band was first created on Dominion Day, July 1, 1867. At this time it was a small military band with the 20th Halton Battalion. In 1881 it became the Oakville Citizen's Band.
    Image     The Oakville Band was first created on Dominion Day, July 1, 1867. At this time it was a small military band with the 20th Halton Battalion. In 1881 it became ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • A McLaughlin-Buick
    Image       Reverse-Oakville McLaughlin Buick
    Image     Reverse-Oakville McLaughlin Buick
    Oakville Public Library
  • Dungannon
    Image       Dungannon was the Davis family home. Located at 40 First Street it was built by William Francis Romain in 1855, a long serving Councilor and Mayor. The Davis family took residence during the 1900s and W.S. Davis played a large role in the growth of the town. He was Mayor ...
    Image     Dungannon was the Davis family home. Located at 40 First Street it was built by William Francis Romain in 1855, a long serving Councilor and Mayor. The Davis family took ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Time for a Picnic
    Image       Pictured from left to right are: Jim Davis, W.S. Davis, John Douglas 'Dud' Davis, Isabel Langmuir, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis and Marie Cavers Langmuir.
    Image     Pictured from left to right are: Jim Davis, W.S. Davis, John Douglas 'Dud' Davis, Isabel Langmuir, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis and Marie Cavers Langmuir.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Langmuir Summer Home
    Image       This house lies at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville and was Ed Langmuir's summer home. In this photo it appears to be closed for the winter.
    Image     This house lies at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville and was Ed Langmuir's summer home. In this photo it appears to be closed for the winter.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Time for a Picnic
    Image       From right to left are: Marie Cavers Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir and Davis boys, John Douglas 'Dud' and Jim. It is believed that the woman bending over is Isabel Langmuir.
    Image     From right to left are: Marie Cavers Langmuir, Agnes Cavers Davis, Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir and Davis boys, John Douglas 'Dud' and Jim. It is believed that the woman bending over ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Roadside Picnic
    Image       From left to right are: Jean Cavers, Agnes Cavers Davis and husband W.S. Davis, Lynne Cavers and two unidentified children.
    Image     From left to right are: Jean Cavers, Agnes Cavers Davis and husband W.S. Davis, Lynne Cavers and two unidentified children.
    Oakville Public Library
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