Thomas & Ellen Nelson
- CA BWGPL OS9756
Thomas Alexander Nelson (1861-1898) proprietor of the Nelson Foundry in Bond Head, pictured here with his wife, Ellen Pricella (Brown) Nelson. This sepia coloured studio photo was likely taken in the 1880's when bustles were fashionable.
Thomas Kilkenny Furniture
- CA BWGPL OS10125
- c. 1880
A late Victorian c. 1880 side boar with decorative work, produced in Thomas Kilkenny's Furniture factory. It is owned by his great granddaughter Ruth Booth.
Thompson Smith Mill Office
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The office for Thompson Smith's Mill, Amsterdam. Robert Collings, Geo. Taylor, Miss Scott, Mrs. W. McKinstry (Ida Collings), Jas. Spence (Seated), Jack Davey (standing), James Scott, Sam Scott, Jack Busby, Tommy Mulligan.
Thompson Smith was a Tor...
- CA BWGPL OS8587
Removing the threshing machine from the barn. It was the last one used in the area, on July 27th, 1949.
Threshing on the Faris Farm
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Threshing at the Faris Farm circa 1892, showing the stationary steam engine, and the barn of the era, with no foundation on the north half of lot 12, con. 5.
Tollgate Keeper's Home
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This farmhouse, more than 135 years old, was the home of the tollgate keeper on the Old Amsterdam Toll Road.
Tornado - Dr Larry Barcza's house
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Cleaning up Dr. Barcza's swimming pool after a twister swept through Bradford.
Tornado - Dr. Larry Barcza's home
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Dr. Larry Barcza's home moments after the tornado hit Bradford . The front pillars were blown off.
Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library
Tornado - Steve Rushton yard
- CA BWGPL LHC-DIS-Torna-OS10351
Steve Rushton of Bradford stands by the wreckage of his camper-trailer yesterday after it was picked up by a tornado and dumped 75 feet away in a neighbor's yard. Several homes were damaged by the twister but there were no injuries.