Scope note(s)

Source note(s)

Display note(s)

Hierarchical terms


Equivalent terms


Associated terms


11 Archival description results for Mail

11 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

CN Express Clerk

"If CN has its way, the last real contact Bradford has with the railway will be gone soon when the train station is either sold or torn down. The railway was an integral part of the community when this photo was taken in 1939. Submitted by Wilbert Mulliss of Bradford, it shows Percy Stephenson, an express clerk at CN who delivered parcels to and from the train station and the post office. Stephenson, who was Mulliss' uncle, posed for this hot on Barrie Street with John Street West in the background. The old Model 'A' truck was owned by CN, and Stephenson worked for CN's agent in town, George Green, an insurance agent and former town clerk."

Bradford Witness

Mail burned in post office blaze

Article about the Post Office fire which occurred on April 29, 1981.
Photo at the bottom of the article was captioned: "Cleaning Up, I the aftermath of last week's post office fire, postal worker Bill Marks shows a gentleman all that's left of a letter he mailed. In the photo at the right [see Related Description], postmaster Keith Stevens sifts through some of the identifiable mail. While 125 pieces were identified, at least as many - and likely more - were destroyed, Mr. Stevens estimated. More details on this page."

Bradford Witness

Mail carrier Bill Cullough

Bill McCullough, mail carrier, on the Seventh Line of Tecumseth Township. The photo was taken at the Andrews farm. Mr. McCullough shared the mail carrying duties with D.W. Watson in Beeton. Bill was one of the first to start delivering mail to the rural community.

Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library

Mail/ Post Office

Contains information relating to mailing and the post office of Bradford. Headings include: Mail Carriers Newspaper articles and Miscellaneous
*Post Office/Post Master

WEGWHIST Collection

Officials discuss office future

"A meeting was held Sunday evening to discuss the future of the Bond Head Post Office. Above, [left to right], A.R. Secor, area manager; Bradford postmaster, Keith Stevens and the organizer of the meeting, Mrs. Lynda Usher, consider the future. Although an advertisement has been placed for a new postmaster, no one has applied for the position, About 50 villagers attended the meeting."

George Jackson

Picket duty

"When the Canadian Union of Postal Workers national headquarters learned that inside workers at the Bradford Post Office intended to return to work last Wednesday, the union ordered the Barrie local to picket the Bradford building. Five picketers paraded back and forth in front of the building for about three hours Wednesday morning while the Bradford workers set about sorting local mail inside. Barrie CUPW President, Dan Westwood, had hoped to talk the Bradford posties into staying off the job, but arrived an hour after the local workers went back."

C.E. Jackson

Picketers strike Post Office

"Bradford's six inside postal workers will remain on the job until they and almost 22,000 other members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers across Canada have the chance to vote on the federal government's last contract offer, despite threats by the union that the Bradford local would be placed under trusteeship if posties remained on the job. Bradford's workers returned to their jobs last Wednesday morning at 6 a.m. but one hour later, there were five picketers outside the Barrie St. post office. The four men and one woman were members of the Barrie CUPW local and had been asked by the national office to picket the Bradford office following a telegram message from Bradford Union Steward, Bill Marks, to the national CUPW headquarters informing them that Bradford workers were going back."

C.E. Jackson

Results 1 to 10 of 11