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Bradford 5c to $1 Store

The Bradford 5c to $1 store prior to the 1959 fire on Holland Street W. which damaged the building.

Tweedsmuir History

Bradford Firemen Did Tremendous Service

"While not disparaging the splendid service and fine co-operation of the firemen from neighbouring municipalities, in the battle to save Bradford from more extensive damage from fire last Wednesday, the brunt of the long hours of the fight, and the strain of responsibility, fell upon the home brigade, and their magnificent effort and success merits the gratitude of every Bradford property owner." ...

Bradford Witness

Breen Refrigeration Service

The Breen Refrigeration Service store prior to the 1959 fire on Holland Street W. which damaged the building.

Tweedsmuir History

Building Plans and Fire Losses Estimated

"Owners of businesses destroyed in last Wednesday's fire are making arrangements to carry on business in temporary quarters and are planning a building program. According to present plans, a fine new business block will rise this year on the site of the stores destroyed in last Wednesday's conflagration." ...

Bradford Witness

Canadian Bank of Commerce

The Canadian Bank of Commerce prior to the 1959 fire on Holland Street West. This building was saved due to its fire wall on the left of the photograph.

Tweedsmuir History

Drug Store

"This week's historical photo was submitted by Lew Campbell of RR 2, Bradford, whose father, W.L. Campbell (behind the counter) operated the drug store on Holland Street now occupied Ritchie's Variety Store. Fred C. Cook, standing in front of the counter, worked for Mr. Campbell for several years, intending to become a druggist. But he went into the insurance business instead. Mr. Campbell owned the drug store in Bradford for 57 years. He graduated from the Ontario College of Pharmacy in 1891, a silver medalist in his class."

Bradford Witness

Edward Bingham - Butcher

Advertisement for Edward Bingham's butchery. He also owned a confectionary store in later years.

Bradford Chronicle

Evans' Men and Boys Wear

The Evans' Men and Boys Wear store prior to the 1959 fire on Holland Street W. which damaged the building.

Tweedsmuir History

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