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  • Ruins of Sylvester Lynde Residence
    Ruins of Sylvester Lynde Residence
    imageobject  c.1920-1925,     The stone house was located on lot 30 on the north side of Rossland Road (Concession 3)and east of McQuay Blvd. (D'Hilliar Street) in Whitby Township. It was built in the 1840s or 1850s for Sylvester Lynde (1800-1883), a son of Jabez Lynde. The house was destroyed by fire on ...
    imageobject  c.1920-1925,   The stone house was located on lot 30 on the north side of Rossland Road (Concession 3)and east of McQuay Blvd. (D'Hilliar Street) in Whitby Township. It was built in ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Employee Picnic at Corbett's Point 1919
    Employee Picnic at Corbett's Point 1919
    imageobject  1919,     ... Company employee picnic at Corbett's Point 22 July 1919. The large group of men...
    imageobject  1919,   ... Company employee picnic at Corbett's Point 22 July 1919. The large group of men...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Lynde Creek
    Lynde Creek
    imageobject  c.1919,     This section of Lynde Creek is somewhere between Highway 2/Dundas Street and Concession 3 (Rossland Road).
    imageobject  c.1919,   This section of Lynde Creek is somewhere between Highway 2/Dundas Street and Concession 3 (Rossland Road).
    Whitby Public Library
  • Lynde Creek
    Lynde Creek
    imageobject  c.1919,     This photograph was taken along Lynde Creek somewhere between Highway 2/Dundas Street and Concession 3/Rossland Road.
    imageobject  c.1919,   This photograph was taken along Lynde Creek somewhere between Highway 2/Dundas Street and Concession 3/Rossland Road.
    Whitby Public Library
  • WWI Burial Report
    WWI Burial Report
    object  1919,     Pte. Fred Smith of Eugenia Falls, Ontario was a member of the 15th Canadian Battalion. He died a prisoner of war in 1918 and was buried near Neuchatel, Switzerland.
    object  1919,   Pte. Fred Smith of Eugenia Falls, Ontario was a member of the 15th Canadian Battalion. He died a prisoner of war in 1918 and was buried near Neuchatel, Switzerland.
    South Grey Museum
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