Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library Archives

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Buildings & Architecure L-Z

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Contains articles and clippings related to the buildings and architecture of Bradford West Gwillimbury, from L-Z

Joe Saint

Businesses

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Contains news clippings and articles on various businesses of Bradford West Gwillimbury

Joe Saint

C. Goode - Grain Merchant

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  • 1906-05-31

Article describing the business and life of Mr. C. Goode, grain merchant and owner of the Goode Elevators. Article from 1906.

Edmund Garrett

C. Goode Grain Elevators

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  • 1906-05-31

Article from the May 31, 1906 - special edition of the Bradford Witness and South Simcoe News featuring local businesses and members of the community. This article provides a history of the grain elevator business previously on the site of the cur...

Bradford Witness

Campbell, William L. & Lewis

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  • 1920

This is William L. Campbell with the baby Lewis (Lewie) Campbell in front of their home at 129 Barrie Street. W.L. Campbell operated a drugstore on Holland Street for many years in Bradford. His descendants still live in the area.

Lew Campbell

Canal Bank Service Centre

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The Canal Bank Lunch and Garage on the south west corner of the north canal bank and Simcoe road, owned by the Hrynyk’s

Canal Bank Service Centre

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Canal Bank Service Centre looking west. This was located on the corner of North Canal Road and Simcoe Rd, owned by the Hrynyk’s.

Car Mechanic Ad - Denis Nolan

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  • c. 1926

An ad for car mechanic service by Denis Nolan in Bradford, c. 1926.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Civic Holiday

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  • 1900-08-09

Article from the BRadford Witness in 1900 proclaiming the date of the August Civic Holiday. Municipalities were able to designate a date for the holiday at the end of the summer, and began around the 1850s in Ontario.

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