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  • Postcard depicting the Rev. George Bryce
    Postcard depicting the Rev. George Bryce
    imagetext       The original correspondence reads:Mrs. B+I having finished our tour in England, [Italy?]Scotland expect to sail from Glasgow to Montreal on Sept. 5thBest wishesGeorge BryceBirthday April 22ndIt was addressed toDr. John Bryce V.S.Erie CityPennsylvaniaUnited StatesLater notes on the postcard add:- son of George Bryce of Mt. PleasantThe Reverend of WinnipegThe text ...
    imagetext     The original correspondence reads:Mrs. B+I having finished our tour in England, [Italy?]Scotland expect to sail from Glasgow to Montreal on Sept. 5thBest wishesGeorge BryceBirthday April 22ndIt was addressed toDr. John ...
    County of Brant Public Library
  • Main Street West, Mount Pleasant, c. 1912-14
    Main Street West, Mount Pleasant, c. 1912-14
    imagetext  [ca. 1912-14]     This postcard, c. 1912-14, shows Mount Pleasant's Main Street. The view looks north from the Presbyterian Church, with the manse visible to the left. The town's first cement sidewalk can be seen - the previous wooden one was replaced using money raised by the Old Boys' Reunion of 1908. To ...
    imagetext  [ca. 1912-14]   This postcard, c. 1912-14, shows Mount Pleasant's Main Street. The view looks north from the Presbyterian Church, with the manse visible to the left. The town's first cement sidewalk can ...
    County of Brant Public Library
  • Haight Mill, 1911
    Haight Mill, 1911
    image  1911     This 1911 photograph shows the Haight Mill sometime before being demolished to build the Provincial Fish Hatchery on the site that remains on the site. The property was owned by a variety of land speculators. The date of the mill is uncertain, but may be either c. 1820 or, according ...
    image  1911   This 1911 photograph shows the Haight Mill sometime before being demolished to build the Provincial Fish Hatchery on the site that remains on the site. The property was owned by ...
    County of Brant Public Library
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