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Year:  1918  Geographic Location:  Oakville   Sort by:  Relevance
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Methodist Church, Oakville, Ont., Canada. 
ImageComments:Mysteries:  1920s?  This church became St. John's United Church in 1925 after the formation of the United Church of Canada from a union of Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian Churches. Many members of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, including the minister, left to join the new United church.
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
"Homecoming" in 1918 at Oakville Station following the end of the First World War 
Image  1918 
Oakville Museum
Decorated car in the Victory Celebration Parade 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Photo #528 from the Oakville Historical Society Collection
Oakville Museum
Victory Celebration Parade on Colborne Street 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Photo #530 from the Oakville Historical Society Collection.
Oakville Museum
Boaters on Sixteen near Harbour Ticket Office during Victory Celebration 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Part of the Victory Celebration Parade series of photographs. Photo #529 in the Oakville Historical Society collection.
Oakville Museum
Victory Celebrations: Decorated group of people. 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Photo #499 from the Oakville Historical Society Collection.
Oakville Museum
Victory Celebration Parade: Decorated tractor 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Photo #500 from the Oakville Historical Society Collection.
Oakville Museum
Victory Celebrations: Trafalgar Fairgrounds Boxing Match 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Photo #527 in the Oakville Historical Society Collection.
Oakville Museum
Victory Celebrations: Welcome to Troops on Colborne Street 
Image  c. 1918-1919  Photo #521 from the Oakville Historical Society Collection.
Oakville Museum
The New Electric Railway Bridge 
Image    The New Electric Railway Bridge, Oakville, Ont.
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
I.O.F. Orphanage 
Image    In the early 1900s the Independent Order of Foresters or I.O.F. chose Oakville as the location for their orphans' home. It was located at 53 Bond Street. The home was part of their plan to care for children of deceased members.
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Plumber, Tinsmith at Hardware Store 
TextImageComments:    A short history of the Oakville hardware store started by James N. McGregor
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
St. Mary's Cemetery Monument for "PRIVATES W. RAYBOULD, R. BOOCOCK, W. CONDOR, J. H. DICK". 
ImageComments:Mysteries:    ...The gravestone has the inscription on one side only, which reads as follows: DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE FOR FREEDOM AND HONOR 1914 - 1918 PRIVATES W. RAYBOULD R. BOOCOCK W. CONDOR J. H. DICK ERECTED IN GRATEFUL MEMORY BY FELLOW WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS...
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Lyon Homestead Cabin 
Image    The cabin, built in 1820, was originally situated at 7th Line (Trafalgar Road) and Marlborough Court, adjacent to the former village of Vernerville. It was rediscovered during development and reconstructed in 1973. It is now located at 1 Forsythe Street, also known as Shipyard Park by the mouth of...
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Hard at Work 
Image  ca 1918,   Charles Brooman does the mowing at Balsam Lawn where he was employed by Miss Rebecca Wass.
Oakville Public Library
No 2 Highway 
Image  1918,   What is now known as Balsam Drive. The driveway visible belongs to that of Balsam Lawn, the home of Miss R.A. Wass. The house was built in 1878 by William Lee.
Oakville Public Library
Local Gossip: Evelyn Urquhart intends to volunteer for overseas service 
NewspapersText  "Local Gossip: Evelyn Urquhart intends to volunteer for overseas service," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 15 Mar 1918 
Oakville Public Library
Teachers Get a War Bonus 
NewspapersText  "Teachers Get a War Bonus," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 15 Mar 1918 
Oakville Public Library
Local Gossip: Victor Prentis Oakville, reported wounded 
NewspapersText  "Local Gossip: Victor Prentis Oakville, reported wounded," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 6 Sep 1918 
Oakville Public Library
Local Gossip: Wilson N. Robinson accepting a commission in the Imperial Army 
NewspapersText  "Local Gossip: Wilson N. Robinson accepting a commission in the Imperial Army," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 6 Sep 1918 
Oakville Public Library
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