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  • JE Walmsley and Co. Advertisement [The Fond Papa]
    JE Walmsley and Co. Advertisement [The Fond Papa]
    imagetext  Unknown,     Added to BHA as part of 2012 Culture Days Scanning Day.
    imagetext  Unknown,   Added to BHA as part of 2012 Culture Days Scanning Day.
    Belleville Public Library
  • Advertisement for the Guillet Bros. Grocery Store.
    Advertisement for the Guillet Bros. Grocery Store.
    text       Advertisement for the Guillet Bros. Grocery Store.Source: UnknownAcquired: May 21, 1991
    text     Advertisement for the Guillet Bros. Grocery Store.Source: UnknownAcquired: May 21, 1991
    Cobourg Public Library
  • Dr. Slocum's Oxomulsion advertising card
    Dr. Slocum's Oxomulsion advertising card
    text  Between 1896 and 1911     Cover features a sketch of Wilfrid Laurier, while page 3 features a sketch of John A. MacDonald. A portion of Laurier's face is cut away to reveal MacDonald's nose and mouth. Page 4 stamped: On sale by A. Buckenham, Watchmaker, Jewller, Optician, Bothwell, Ontario. Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919) was Canada's eighth ...
    text  Between 1896 and 1911   Cover features a sketch of Wilfrid Laurier, while page 3 features a sketch of John A. MacDonald. A portion of Laurier's face is cut away to reveal MacDonald's nose and ...
    Wilfrid Laurier University Library
  • Grimsby Beach, The Pride of Canada
    Grimsby Beach, The Pride of Canada
    textimage  Summer 1911     Gone were the days of the Ontario Methodist Campground; bankruptcy had claimed the Grimsby Park Company. H.H. Wylie, an investor from Cleveland, had purchased the Grimsby Park area in 1910. Wylie turned it into an amusement park with a rollercoaster, balloon ascensions, games, prizes, and sideshows. This leaflet has four ...
    textimage  Summer 1911   Gone were the days of the Ontario Methodist Campground; bankruptcy had claimed the Grimsby Park Company. H.H. Wylie, an investor from Cleveland, had purchased the Grimsby Park area in 1910. ...
    Grimsby Chautauqua
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