Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library Archives

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Bradford's Centennial - Bradford Seed House

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  • Pièce
  • 1957

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...

George Ogilvie Tailor shop on Holland Street

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  • Pièce

George Ogilvie , whose business can be seen here, was a merchant tailor in Bradford. He employed 6 to 8 people at a time. He was also a Councillor, on the Model School Board, on the Public Library Board, and on the Board of the Agricultural Soci...

W. Davey Butcher Shop

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  • Pièce

W. Davey Butcher Shop. W. Davey is the man standing in front of the shop with the apron on. It later became Webb's Butcher Shop. He is the one sitting on the carriage. It then became Pezzanitti's Meat Shop until a few years ago. The shop was loc...

Mary Hillary

Edward Bingham confectionary ad

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  • Pièce
  • 1862-03-06

"Edward Bingham, Manufacturer of Cakes, Confectionery, &c. &c. Parties supplied in the best style and at the most reasonable prices. Bradford, Feb. 19, 1862."

South Simcoe Times

G. Sachs - Iron & Tin Worker

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  • Partiellement
  • 1854-09-27

Advertisement for G. Sachs' Iron and Tin Working services

Bradford Chronicle

George Ogilvie ad

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  • Pièce
  • 1909-03-11

Advertisement of George Ogilvie, tailor, on Holland Street West.

Bradford Witness

Bradford Businesses Destroyed by Fire

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  • 1959-02

Firemen attempt to put out the fire that destroyed five businesses on Holland Street in Bradford. The businesses that were caught in the fire were Breen's Refrigeration Service, Evan's Men's and Boy's Wear, Model Bakery, Bradford 5 cents to $1.00 ...

Dimock's Garage flashback

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  • Pièce
  • 1931

Dimock's Garage was an important business in Bradford in the early 1930's when this photo was taken. Harold Iceton, who submitted the photo writes: "Mrs. Al Dimock, affectionately known as Minnie to her many friends (gave me this photo). The photo...

Bradford Witness

Studied mining, now running store

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  • Pièce
  • 1976-01-28

"Gordon Compton, who owns the Bradford IGA, was born in London, Ontario, where his father ran the local A and P store. Gord's family moved around quite a bit from the time he was born in 1933, until they settled in Bradford. His father owned the o...

Bradford Witness

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