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A new name for the new school

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  • 1999

On May 13th, parents and other members of the school communities of Fred C. Cook, W.H. Day and Sir William Osler Public Schools met to consider the names suggested for the new Bradford elementary school on Professor Day Drive. Following the protoc...

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

Adrienne Price

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Librarian Adrienne Price checking out books at the Bradford Public Library, while chatting with a little girl.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Adult OPACs

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  • 1995-04-24

The adult online catalogue computers at the Bradford W.G. Public Library, not yet installed during the transition from the card catalogue to computers.

Bailey River Farms

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  • 1973

Destroyed by fire on April 28, 1988.

Dorothy Cilipka

Bradford's Masquerade Ball

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  • 1910s

This event took place at the Bradford Town Hall, sometime before or during World War I. Please contact the Bradford WG Public Library (905-775-3328) if you have any additional information about this photo or its contents.

Elsie M. Curry

Building of the Community Centre

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  • 1956

A photograph of the community centre being constructed in 1956.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Communities - Bradford

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Contains news clippings and articles on Bradford

Joe Saint

Community Support during the Aftermath of Hurricane Hazel

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  • 1979-10-10

"Feeding refugees: Marsh refugees enjoy a hot meal in the Bradford town hall after their flight from the flooded Holland Marsh. Most spent the winter in an emergency trailer camp set up where the community centre stands today."

Bradford Witness

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