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  • Leslieville Public School
    Leslieville Public School
    image       254 Leslie Street, Toronto. Alexander Muir was principal of Leslieville Public School from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words and music of �The Maple Leaf Forever� in October 1867, inspired by a brilliant autumn leaf from a maple tree that is still standing in Leslieville. Leslieville was named after ...
    image     254 Leslie Street, Toronto. Alexander Muir was principal of Leslieville Public School from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words and music of �The Maple Leaf Forever� in October 1867, ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Leslieville Public School
    Leslieville Public School
    image       254 Leslie Street, Toronto. Harold Leslie sits at the entrance of Leslieville Public School. Alexander Muir was principal of the school from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words and music of �The Maple Leaf Forever� in October 1867, inspired by a brilliant autumn leaf from a maple tree that ...
    image     254 Leslie Street, Toronto. Harold Leslie sits at the entrance of Leslieville Public School. Alexander Muir was principal of the school from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words and ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Maple Leaf Forever Tree and Alexander Muir Plaque, Leslieville
    Maple Leaf Forever Tree and Alexander Muir Plaque, Leslieville
    image       The tree that inspired the song, "The Maple Leaf Forever" still stands in Leslieville. Alexander Muir was principal of Leslieville Public School from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words and music to the anthem in October 1867, inspired by a brilliant autumn leaf from this tree. Leslieville was named ...
    image     The tree that inspired the song, "The Maple Leaf Forever" still stands in Leslieville. Alexander Muir was principal of Leslieville Public School from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Maple Leaf Forever Tree, Leslieville
    Maple Leaf Forever Tree, Leslieville
    image       Wayne Lamb (left) and Harold Leslie stand on Memory Lane in front of the tree that inspired the song, "The Maple Leaf Forever". Alexander Muir was principal of Leslieville Public School from 1863 to 1870. He wrote the words and music to the anthem in October 1867, inspired by a ...
    image     Wayne Lamb (left) and Harold Leslie stand on Memory Lane in front of the tree that inspired the song, "The Maple Leaf Forever". Alexander Muir was principal of Leslieville Public ...
    Mississauga Library System
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