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  • Bronte Steam Mill (drawing)
    Bronte Steam Mill (drawing)
    image       A pen and ink drawing of the steam mill in Bronte.
    image     A pen and ink drawing of the steam mill in Bronte.
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  • Drawing of original Bronte Lighthouse
    Drawing of original Bronte Lighthouse
    image       a pen and ink drawing of the original Bronte lighthouse.
    image     a pen and ink drawing of the original Bronte lighthouse.
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  • Bronte Piers, Lighthouse and Shoreline, including Glendella House in the centre.
    Bronte Piers, Lighthouse and Shoreline, including Glendella House in the centre.
    image  Approx. 1900,    
    image  Approx. 1900,  
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  • Bronte Harbour, marsh and mill looking out over the harbour
    Bronte Harbour, marsh and mill looking out over the harbour
    image  1909,     This is a photograph from a postcard published by J.S. Flumerfelt.
    image  1909,   This is a photograph from a postcard published by J.S. Flumerfelt.
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  • Bronte Public School
    Bronte Public School
    image       A photograph of Bronte Public School (later renamed Centriller School) it was demolished in the 1970s.
    image     A photograph of Bronte Public School (later renamed Centriller School) it was demolished in the 1970s.
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  • Looking out over Bronte Harbour from the Church steeple.
    Looking out over Bronte Harbour from the Church steeple.
    image  1984,     Reverse Side Reads:BRONTE HARBOUR, Ontario, Canada.Bronte Harbour built in 1856 was an important trading and fishing port for many years. The village of Bronte, named after Lord Nelson, Duke of Bronte, and founded in 1834, was amalgamated with the Town of Oakville in 1962. This is a souvenir card presented ...
    image  1984,   Reverse Side Reads:BRONTE HARBOUR, Ontario, Canada.Bronte Harbour built in 1856 was an important trading and fishing port for many years. The village of Bronte, named after Lord Nelson, Duke of ...
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