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The article accompanying this photograph gives a quick history of Bemrose Co. General Store, owned by the Bemrose brothers John and James. Their father, John, was a contractor and was well known in the town, a reputation which was passed down to t...
- CA BWGPL LHC-TownBWG-Arti-2017-05-03-02
Article about the history of Harvey's business - the Bradford Seed House building
Bradford's Centennial - Bradford Seed House
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Bradford Seed House float in Bradford's Centennial Parade on Holland St. W. The car is a 1917 Ford Touring, owned and operated by George van Nostrand. Harvey W. Curry is in the passenger seat and Mandy and Wally Hunt are in the rear seat. Beside t...
Bradford's Centennial - Store floats
- CA BWGPL LHC-Cen-OS8637
Bradford's Centennial Parade. Shops that line Holland St. W. include Kilkenny Furniture, Evans Bakery, and Bradford 5 Cents to $1.00 Store. The tow truck at the far right of the picture is from Monarch Ford. Behind it, two girls carry a banner whi...
Buildings & Architecure F-L
- CA BWGPL JS-Vol3-JSC-v3-1610
Contains articles and clippings related to the buildings and architecture of Bradford West Gwillimbury, from F-L
Buildings & Architecure L-Z
- CA BWGPL JS-Vol3-JSC-v3-1620
Contains articles and clippings related to the buildings and architecture of Bradford West Gwillimbury, from L-Z
- CA BWGPL JS-Vol2-JSC-v2-800
Contains news clippings and articles on various businesses of Bradford West Gwillimbury
Cave, George Edward obituary
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Event Date : Saturday, November 09, 1957
Event Type : Death
Description : George Edward Cave, who lived the majority of his almost 81 years of life in this district, passed away suddenly on the street in Bradford on Saturday, November 9. Mr. Cave...
Compton, W. F. obituary
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Event Date : Wednesday, March 29, 1967
Event Type : Death
Description : Death came with startling suddenness last Wednesday evening to one of Bradford's prominent business men, when Mr. William Francis Compton died at his home here. Mr. Compton h...