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Item 2019-07-16-02 - House of Dr. Frederick Coney Stevenson - c. 1905

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CA BWGPL LHC-BraPh-2019-07-16-02

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House of Dr. Frederick Coney Stevenson - c. 1905

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  • 1908 (Creation)

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Luanne Campbell Edwards

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Lew Campbell

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Part of a digital donation, donated by Luanne Campbell Edwards.

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Photograph of the home of Dr. Frederick Coney Stevenson at 136 Barrie Street, c. 1905. In the 1940s it was added to, the facade changed and turned into a nursing home. This picture was given to Lew Campbell by Ken Stevenson, Dr. Stevenson’s grandson. Lew Campbell and his family lived at 129 Barrie Street, across the street from this house . Dr. Stevenson can be seen in the photo (sitting on the lawn).

One of Campbell's strongest childhood memories was seeing Dr. Stevenson collapse while cutting his lawn in 1927. He was pronounced dead when Dr. Lewis H. Campbell arrived minutes later.

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The archives has this item in digital format only.

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  • English

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Image

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image/jpeg

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