Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library Archives

Item PH3671 - Dimock's Garage

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CA BWGPL LHC-BraPh-Store-PH3671

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Dimock's Garage

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  • 1931 (Creation)

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This building is near or is where the Royal Bank is now located on Holland St.

From the Bradford Witness: "Dimock's Garage was an important business in Bradford in the early 1930's when this photo was taken. Harold Iceton, who submitted the photo writes: "Mrs. Al Dimock, affectionately known as Minnie to her many friends (gave me this photo). The photo dates back to 1931 when Albert Dimock first started up business in Bradford with his young son Hedley. They were soon joined by his wife Minnie and daughter Eileen. This building has now been demolished and replaced by the Royal Bank Building."

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  • English

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Image

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image/jpeg

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