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Scotiabank Opening

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 76-PH26928
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  • 1976-08-25

"With the opening of the Scotiabank building on Holland St. West imminent, members of the new bank's staff are getting ready for the big day. Sheryl Lynn, Ingrid Szyiko, Carol Bell, Ruth Wiltshire and Manager Peter Monkhouse will all be on hand at...

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Food? Yes indeed with Davis, displays and dancing to boot

  • GJ-SB 75-PH27019
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  • 1975-07-16

"It's Bradford Salad Festival Time! Already, the rides for the kids have been set up on the parking lot in front of the community centre, and youngsters are lining up to get on them. The rides aren't going to be the only thing for the children, ho...

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Up And Away

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 74/75-2016-08-17-02
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  • 1974-08-21

"It was up, up and away at Bak's Market on Wednesday, August 21 when the windmill on top of the market was completed. The job of lifting the blades up to the steel stand took only minutes after workmen finished putting the finishing touches on the...

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Up And Away

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 74/75-PH27050
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  • 1974-08-21

"It was up, up and away at Bak's Market on Wednesday, August 21 when the windmill on top of the market was completed. The job of lifting the blades up to the steel stand took only minutes after workmen finished putting the finishing touches on the...

Bradford Witness

Up And Away

  • CA BWGPL GJ-SB 74/75-2016-08-17-01
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  • 1974-08-21

"It was up, up and away at Bak's Market on Wednesday, August 21 when the windmill on top of the market was completed. The job of lifting the blades up to the steel stand took only minutes after workmen finished putting the finishing touches on the...

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1886 Fire

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  • 1886

Newspaper article from 1886 about a fire that destroyed buildings on the town's main thoroughfare and the fire suppression efforts of firefighters and citizens.

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