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Soldier standing with cane
A photograph of a World War I soldier in uniform. His name remains unknown. A photograph of a World War I soldier in uniform. His name remains...
Methodist Church, Oakville, Ont., Canada.
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...
Reverend James Nisbet memorial.
In memory of the Rev. James Nisbet, the first foreign missionary of the Canada Presbyterian Church and the founder of Prince Albert, born at...
Oakville resident Mrs. Marlatt displays ship's bell and chronometer
November 5, 1941 HMCS Oakville's bell and chronometer HMCS Oakville's bell and chronometer
Barber Family Children With Neighbourhood Friends, Lot 9, Concession 1 NDS, Late 1940s
Frances Barber says that her family lived on the Dundas Highway from the spring of 1946 to late in 1949. She remembers going inside an old, dark,...
High-Rise Concrete Road Bed Bridge, Trafalgar Township
This photograph was shown to the Trafalgar Township Historical Society by a former Merton (Bronte) resident, descendant of the Riggs and Patterson...
Hagaman & Co. General Dealers, Bronte C.W. Jug
The interior of the jug is glazed and clean. Around the mouth there is rough, hardened, greyish matter that perhaps originally sealed the cork and...
Post Office in Bronte
A picture of the Old Bronte Post Office. A picture of the Old Bronte Post Office.
The house was built about 1859 by James W. McCraney & wife Augusta [nee Leach.] It was their home until 1911. Photo dated 1905. In 2008, this...
James Kelley Sr. was the first of the Kelley family to settle in the Oakville area. While “Kelley” may appear to be an Irish name, it is in fact a...
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