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Written Prescription

A prescription written by Dr. Lewis H. Campbell on his brother William L. Campbell's (owner of a pharmacy) stationary. Dated September 26, 1915.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

W.L. Campbell Drug Store

W.L. Campbell opened the store around 1891. It was located at 10 Holland St. West. He was the son of William Campbell, grain dealer, and brother of Dr. L.H. Campbell. He was born in Bradford. W.L. attended the Ontario College of Pharmacy, in Toronto, and graduated in 1891, winning the College medal for general proficiency. He was also an expert lacrosse player, until a knee injury kept him from playing. He then took over duties as the team's secretary-treasurer, and the team has since won two provincial championships and one inter-championship. He is also a member of the gun club.

Lew Campbell

Willson's Store Ad

An ad for Willson’s Store in Bradford with a list of prices of various clothing items, c. 1933.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

William Jordan - Painter

Advertisement for William Jordan's house and sign painting services on Holland St.

Bradford Chronicle

William Campbell, Grain Dealer 1888

Photograph of William Campbell, Grain Dealer. Father of William L., Elizabeth F. And Dr. Lewis Campbell. His branch of the Campbell clan was from Caithness, Scotland. At an unknown date they moved to Ireland. William was born in Kilglass, County Sligo Ireland in 1838. He emigrated with his family in 1857 to Traverse City, Michigan. In about 1860 he came to Canada first settling in Brantford, then Newmarket. He was sent to Bradford by his Newmarket employer in 1862 to open a grain and lumber business.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

William Campbell, Grain Dealer 1870

photograph of William L. Campbell (Grain Dealer), c. 1870. Father of William L., Elizabeth F. And Dr. Lewis Campbell. His branch of the Campbell clan was from Caithness, Scotland. At an unknown date they moved to Ireland. William was born in Kilglass, County Sligo Ireland in 1838. He emigrated with his family in 1857 to Traverse City, Michigan. In about 1860 he came to Canada first settling in Brantford, then Newmarket. He was sent to Bradford by his Newmarket employer in 1862 to open a grain and lumber business.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

William Campbell, Grain Dealer 1865

A photograph of William L. Campbell (Grain Dealer) standing, c. 1865. Father of William L., Elizabeth F. And Dr. Lewis Campbell. His branch of the Campbell clan was from Caithness, Scotland. At an unknown date they moved to Ireland. William was born in Kilglass, County Sligo Ireland in 1838. He emigrated with his family in 1857 to Traverse City, Michigan. In about 1860 he came to Canada first settling in Brantford, then Newmarket. He was sent to Bradford by his Newmarket employer in 1862 to open a grain and lumber business.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

William Campbell Funeral Card

Funeral card for William Campbell from 1914. His death occurred on March 29th, 1914 at the age of 75. William was a grain dealer in Bradford.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

William Campbell Coal Co. Reciept

Image of a receipt issued by William Campbell Coal Co. on June 3, 1919. At this time the business was being run by William’s daughter Elizabeth Florence “Libby” Campbell as William died in 1914.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

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