Bingham's Hotel



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Bingham's Hotel

Advertisement for Bingham's Hotel on Holland Street.

Bradford Chronicle

Dr. S. Dellenbaugh ad

Advertisement of Dr. S. Dellenbaugh's services as a travelling physician.

South Simcoe Times

Edmanson's Tavern

John Edmanson's Tavern was built in 1831 and escaped the Great Fire of 1971 which destroyed about 130 businesses and houses in Bradford. Later this became the Bingham's Hotel and today it exists as two private attached residences.

Dorothy Cilipka

J. Keetch Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry store

"Fire, Fire, Fire!
Bradford Watch, Clock and Jewelry Establishment.
J. Keetch, From England,
Begs to inform the inhabitants of Bradford and surrounding country, that in consequence of the late fire in Bradford, he has removed to a shop Next Door to Bingham's Hotel where he intends carrying on the business with the strictest attention, and thereby hopes to meet a general patronage.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry of the latest improved make and the best quality always on hand and made to order.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, and all kinds of Fancy Goods and Musical Instruments repaired to order and Warranted.
Although he has sustained a considerable loss, yet he has great satisfaction in informing his customers that their property in his possession is all safe.
Bradford, July 3, 1862."

South Simcoe Times