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  • Riverside School, 1903
    Riverside School, 1903
    Image       The following note was given by Ida Lynd Bradley: "Some folks may be interested in this picture taken at Riverside School around 1903. With help of Mrs. Coleman Patchett (Ethel Devlin) have been able to name the following: Teachers, Mr. Golding and Miss Johnson (Mrs. John Gray). Ethel Devlin, May ...
    Image     The following note was given by Ida Lynd Bradley: "Some folks may be interested in this picture taken at Riverside School around 1903. With help of Mrs. Coleman Patchett (Ethel ...
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  • Port Credit, 1907, Aerial View
    Port Credit, 1907, Aerial View
    Image       A birdseye view of Port Credit, taken from the top of the stack at the Port Credit Brick Company. Office buildings in foreground. Photograph by Arthur G. Bradley.
    Image     A birdseye view of Port Credit, taken from the top of the stack at the Port Credit Brick Company. Office buildings in foreground. Photograph by Arthur G. Bradley.
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  • Sailors, Port Credit Harbour
    Sailors, Port Credit Harbour
    Image       Sailors at work, Port Credit Harbour. The Commercial Hotel in upper left corner was built 1861 by Robert Lynd.
    Image     Sailors at work, Port Credit Harbour. The Commercial Hotel in upper left corner was built 1861 by Robert Lynd.
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  • Reverend Garnet Lynd
    Reverend Garnet Lynd
    Image       Reverend Garnet Lynd in costume representing an itinerant preacher of 1828, which he wore at the Grahamsville United Church Centenary celebration in 1928, as described in the Toronto Daily Telegram of June 24, 1928. Garnet Lynd was a United Church minister, Secretary of the Toronto West Presbytery of the United ...
    Image     Reverend Garnet Lynd in costume representing an itinerant preacher of 1828, which he wore at the Grahamsville United Church Centenary celebration in 1928, as described in the Toronto Daily Telegram ...
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  • Reverend Garnet Lynd
    Reverend Garnet Lynd
    Image       Portrait of the Reverend Garnet Lynd, a United Church minister, Secretary of the Toronto West Presbytery of the United Church and chairman of the South Peel Board of Education.
    Image     Portrait of the Reverend Garnet Lynd, a United Church minister, Secretary of the Toronto West Presbytery of the United Church and chairman of the South Peel Board of Education.
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  • Lynd Christening Robe
    Lynd Christening Robe
    Image       Christening robe made in Ireland for Benjamin Brown Lynd in 1842, and worn in this photograph by his first grandchild, Arthur Lynd Bradley, born July 4, 1914. A robe, similar in design, and worn by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, is in the Rossevelt Museum in Hyde Park, N. Y.
    Image     Christening robe made in Ireland for Benjamin Brown Lynd in 1842, and worn in this photograph by his first grandchild, Arthur Lynd Bradley, born July 4, 1914. A robe, similar ...
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  • Lynd Home, Port Credit
    Lynd Home, Port Credit
    Image       The Lynd home where all six of Ben and Ida Shaw Lynd's children were born.L to R: Lloyd, Walter Bull, Ida Lynd, Garnet Lynd, and Ida Lynd Sr., mother of GarnetIda.
    Image     The Lynd home where all six of Ben and Ida Shaw Lynd's children were born.L to R: Lloyd, Walter Bull, Ida Lynd, Garnet Lynd, and Ida Lynd Sr., mother of ...
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  • Lynd Family at the Canadian National Exhibition, 1884
    Lynd Family at the Canadian National Exhibition, 1884
    Image       L to R: Garnet Lynd, Mary Jane Lynd, Benjamin Lynd, Leda Lynd. Background, Horticulture Building, Canadian National Exhibition.
    Image     L to R: Garnet Lynd, Mary Jane Lynd, Benjamin Lynd, Leda Lynd. Background, Horticulture Building, Canadian National Exhibition.
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  • Pearson Home, formerly the Thompson House, Port Credit
    Pearson Home, formerly the Thompson House, Port Credit
    Image       Built by Alexander M. Macgregor in the early 1850s. Title to the property passed from Alexander Macgregor to Joseph Thompson, a tailor, in 1882. At the time the photo was taken the house was in the possession of Etta Pearson, the daughter of Joseph Thompson, and her husband, William Alfred ...
    Image     Built by Alexander M. Macgregor in the early 1850s. Title to the property passed from Alexander Macgregor to Joseph Thompson, a tailor, in 1882. At the time the photo was ...
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  • Workmen at Port Credit Brick Company
    Workmen at Port Credit Brick Company
    Image       A group of workmen employed at the Port Credit Brick Company. Photo taken by Arthur G. Bradley in 1907. Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) Some ...
    Image     A group of workmen employed at the Port Credit Brick Company. Photo taken by Arthur G. Bradley in 1907. Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the ...
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  • Group from Port Credit Methodist Church
    Group from Port Credit Methodist Church
    Image       Group from Port Credit Methodist Church on the ferry to Hanlan's Point in 1911. The group includes Garnet Lynd, Leva Thompson, Ida and Flossie Leaven, Lloyd Lynd, Bill Thompson, and Merry Jole. The photograph is a postcard, on the back of which is a note from Rev. Garnet Lynd to ...
    Image     Group from Port Credit Methodist Church on the ferry to Hanlan's Point in 1911. The group includes Garnet Lynd, Leva Thompson, Ida and Flossie Leaven, Lloyd Lynd, Bill Thompson, and ...
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  • Unidentifed Men
    Unidentifed Men
    Image       People and place in photograph are not identified.
    Image     People and place in photograph are not identified.
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  • Office Staff, Port Credit Brick Company
    Office Staff, Port Credit Brick Company
    Image       Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) Some years later a stonecrusher was installed which increased the output of bricks. After 1900, because of a scarcity of ...
    Image     Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) ...
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  • Office Staff at Port Credit Brick Company
    Office Staff at Port Credit Brick Company
    Image       Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) Some years later a stonecrusher was installed which increased the output of bricks. After 1900, because of a scarcity of ...
    Image     Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) ...
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  • Men Canoeing, Hog's Back, Credit River
    Men Canoeing, Hog's Back, Credit River
    Image       Cole Patchett and Arthur Bradley canoeing on the Credit River. Cows in background.
    Image     Cole Patchett and Arthur Bradley canoeing on the Credit River. Cows in background.
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  • Main Street Bridge, Port Credit
    Main Street Bridge, Port Credit
    Image       Port Credit Main Street Bridge, south of the present Port Credit Library.
    Image     Port Credit Main Street Bridge, south of the present Port Credit Library.
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  • Credit River in Flood, 1907
    Credit River in Flood, 1907
    Image       Photo by Arthur G. Bradley showing the extension of the Port Credit Harbour, flood stage, 1906.
    Image     Photo by Arthur G. Bradley showing the extension of the Port Credit Harbour, flood stage, 1906.
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  • Port Credit Brick Company, Head Office, 1907
    Port Credit Brick Company, Head Office, 1907
    Image       Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) Some years later a stonecrusher was installed which increased the output of bricks. After 1900, because of a scarcity of ...
    Image     Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) ...
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  • Port Credit Brick Works, 1907
    Port Credit Brick Works, 1907
    Image       Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) Some years later a stonecrusher was installed which increased the output of bricks. After 1900, because of a scarcity of ...
    Image     Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) ...
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  • Port Credit Brick Company
    Port Credit Brick Company
    Image       Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) Some years later a stonecrusher was installed which increased the output of bricks. After 1900, because of a scarcity of ...
    Image     Thomas Nightingale opened a brick yard in Port Credit in the 1880s on the west side of the Credit River. (The Texaco Refinery would later be situated on that site.) ...
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