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Year:  1920  Geographic Location:  Oakville   Sort by:  Relevance
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English Church, Oakville, Ont., Canada. 
Image  1920s? 
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
Last supper stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1920  Below the window is a plaque bearing the following inscription: "To the Glory of God and in memory of Cecil G. Marlatt 1854-1928, donor of this window, and a faithful servant of this church. This tablet is placed here by the congregation." Dedicated to the memory of the men in the congregation...
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: chancel 1920. 
Image  1920 
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Sarah "Birdie" Marlatt, 1863-1939. 
Image    Second wife of Cecil G. Marlatt.
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Newsclipping: Rescued dog from death, is himself injured: "Sandy" MacDonald was critically injured when struck down by auto, 
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News clipping: Pet dog nearly cost Oakville man his life. 
Text    "...Alex MacDonald, the well-known blacksmith...ran into the road to pick up the canine when he was struck by an auto...."
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior, 1920. 
Image  1920 
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: chancel, 1920. 
Image  1920 
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: exterior 1920. 
Image  1920 
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior 1920. 
Image  1920 
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Oakville Band ca 1920 
Image  ca 1920  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.
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Farm of T.R. Lyon 
Image  ca 1920 
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T.R. Lyon's Team and Wagon 
Image  ca 1920 
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Off to School 
Image  March 1920,   Ronnie Brooman, age 7 and Jack Brooman, age 12 are ready for a day of learning.
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Phyl Brooman at Devil's Cave. 
ImageComments:  1920,   Phyl Brooman, age 16 sits at the entrance to the Devil's Cave in Oakville.
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Phyl and Bicycle 
Image  Summer 1920,   Phyl Brooman, age 16 stands with her bicycle, on which hangs an Oakville pennant.
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Dungannon 
Image  ca 1920,   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 of Oakville from 1908 to...
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