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1969 Detroit Tigers

This baseball team photograph of the Detroit Tigers contains Mike Kilkenny, a Bradford resident signed on to the team in 1964.

Bessie and Libbie Campbell

Photograph of Elizabeth “Libbie” Florence Campbell and her mother, Bessie Sutherland Campbell outside of Bessie & William Campbell’s house on Johns Street, c. 1915.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Bessie, Libbie and William L. Campbell

Photograph of Bessie Sutherland Campbell and her children, Elizabeth “Libbie” Florence Campbell and William L. Campbell outside of Bessie & William Campbell’s house on Johns Street, c. 1915. William's dog can also be seen in this picture.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Bradford Businessmen 1865

A photograph of six Bradford business men, c. 1865. William L. Campbell (Grain Dealer) is on the top left in back row. He was sent to Bradford by his Newmarket employer in 1862 to open a grain and lumber business.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Bradford Businessmen 1870

A photograph of seven Bradford business men, c. 1870. William L. Campbell (Grain Dealer) is on the top left in back row. He was sent to Bradford by his Newmarket employer in 1862 to open a grain and lumber business.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Campbell Family

This file contains an assortment of photographs, documents, advertisements and other materials. The items pertain to the Campbell and related families. Collected and digitally donated by Luanne Campbell Edwards in 2017 and October 2018.

Luanne Campbell Edwards

Canadian Forester's Band

Canadian Forester's Band - photo in the newspaper in 1937. It was taken on July 12, 1911.
Front Row l-r: George Manton, Ed. Callendar, Harry Hammell, Lorenzo Harvey, Eldon Waldruff, Tom Bachelor
Centre l-r: Fred Hill, William Sutton, Wm. Watson, Dave Sutherland, Walter Dewar, Wm. Stewart.
Back l-r: George Simpkin, Jack Armstrong, Walter Moore, Les Ellerby, Norman Hand, Frank Hammell, Bandmaster - Dave Sutherland.

Clement Brothers

The Clement brothers. Lewis is on the left and Stephen is on the right. When this tin type photograph was taken, Stephen was 23 years old and Lewis 21. Lewis was a doctor in Bradford and he married Rachel Howard, the daughter of Allen Howard, who lived on the 6th Line.

Combining old and new, to celebrate 150 years

"Local businesses are beginning to catch the 'sesqui-centennial fever' - businesses like eSIGNS Canada, which specializes in banners, storefronts, signs, and vehicle graphics. To celebrate, president Gary Brickell decided to have his company's service van 'wrapped' in photos relating to Bradford's 150th anniversary." ...

Bradford West Gwillimbury Times

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