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  • Grade 8 students, East End School, 1955
    Grade 8 students, East End School, 1955
    imagecomment  1955,     A digital image of an original in the possesion of Patricia Welbourn
    imagecomment  1955,   A digital image of an original in the possesion of Patricia Welbourn
    Burlington Historical Society
  • John Bye Jr standing with his bicycle by the front verandah of the Bye house, 54 Martha Street, 1947
    John Bye Jr standing with his bicycle by the front verandah of the Bye house, 54 Martha Street, 1947
    image  1947     A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.The Bye's house, at the corner of Martha and New Streets, was one of three houses demolished in the 1950s to facilitate a traffic connection between James and New Streets.
    image  1947   A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.The Bye's house, at the corner of Martha and New Streets, was one of three houses demolished in the ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Bye family, 54 Martha Street, 1947
    Bye family, 54 Martha Street, 1947
    image  1947     A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.
    image  1947   A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Grade 2, East End School, 1949
    Grade 2, East End School, 1949
    image  1949     A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.
    image  1949   A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Grade 4 class, East End School, 1951
    Grade 4 class, East End School, 1951
    image  1951     A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.
    image  1951   A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Brownie pack on the auditorium stage of Burlington High School, Brant Street, 1948-1949
    Brownie pack on the auditorium stage of Burlington High School, Brant Street, 1948-1949
    image  1948-1949     A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.The weekly Brownies meetings were at the Trefoil Lodge, north of Caroline Stree, between Brant Street and Raambo Creek.
    image  1948-1949   A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.The weekly Brownies meetings were at the Trefoil Lodge, north of Caroline Stree, between Brant Street and Raambo Creek.
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Bye house, 54 Martha Street, 1955
    Bye house, 54 Martha Street, 1955
    image  1955     A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.The Bye's house, at the corner of Martha and New Streets, was one of three houses demolished in the 1950s to facilitate a traffic connection between James and New Streets.
    image  1955   A digital copy of the original photograph owned by the Bye family.The Bye's house, at the corner of Martha and New Streets, was one of three houses demolished in the ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Armed holdup, Imperial Bank, Brant and Caroline Streets, 1959
    Armed holdup, Imperial Bank, Brant and Caroline Streets, 1959
    image  1 Apr 1959     "11:30 AM, April 1st, 1959, a date I will never forget. It wasn't an April Fools joke as many people thought when they first heard the news. I worked as ledgerkeeper at The Imperial Bank at the corner of BrantCaroline. Two men wearing scarves over their faces, guns drawn, entered ...
    image  1 Apr 1959   "11:30 AM, April 1st, 1959, a date I will never forget. It wasn't an April Fools joke as many people thought when they first heard the news. I worked as ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Armed holdup, Imperial Bank, Brant and Caroline Streets, 1959
    Armed holdup, Imperial Bank, Brant and Caroline Streets, 1959
    image  1 April 1959     "11:30 AM, April 1st, 1959, a date I will never forget. It wasn't an April Fools joke as many people thought when they first heard the news. I worked as ledgerkeeper at The Imperial Bank at the corner of BrantCaroline. Two men wearing scarves over their faces, guns drawn, entered ...
    image  1 April 1959   "11:30 AM, April 1st, 1959, a date I will never forget. It wasn't an April Fools joke as many people thought when they first heard the news. I worked as ...
    Burlington Historical Society
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