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  • La Salle Park Pavilion, 1997
    La Salle Park Pavilion, 1997
    image  April 1997    
    image  April 1997  
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Riddiford House, 1215 Lockhart Road, and Kirby House under construction, 1219 Lockhart Road, 1921
    Riddiford House, 1215 Lockhart Road, and Kirby House under construction, 1219 Lockhart Road, 1921
    image  1921     1219 was built for John Thomas (Jack) and Alice Maude (née Gilbert) Kirby, who moved in shortly after their marriage February 8, 1922, and lived here until 1959. The property was purchased from Ephraim Burns. Jack returned from overseas after the First World War and was employed as a notary ...
    image  1921   1219 was built for John Thomas (Jack) and Alice Maude (née Gilbert) Kirby, who moved in shortly after their marriage February 8, 1922, and lived here until 1959. The property ...
    Burlington Historical Society
  • Le Patourel 1
    Le Patourel 1
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    Burlington Historical Society
  • Le Patourel  / 2
    Le Patourel / 2
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    Burlington Historical Society
  • Le Patourel  / 3a
    Le Patourel / 3a
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    Burlington Historical Society
  • Le Patourel Pharmacy display window, 1952
    Le Patourel Pharmacy display window, 1952
    image  1955     Written on the reverse: "Pharmacy Window / Thomas Alfred Homer / Le Patourel's Drug Store".
    image  1955   Written on the reverse: "Pharmacy Window / Thomas Alfred Homer / Le Patourel's Drug Store".
    Burlington Historical Society
  • 476 Nelson Avenue, built for Alf Homer and his bride Mary LePatourel, ca 1909
    476 Nelson Avenue, built for Alf Homer and his bride Mary LePatourel, ca 1909
    image  ca 1909     It seems likely that James Harrison built this house, using materials from Nicholson's lumber yard, as in all the many houses he built in this area during the next five or six years.The cedar roof shingles, the clapboard siding on the porch, the wood frming and windows, and even the ...
    image  ca 1909   It seems likely that James Harrison built this house, using materials from Nicholson's lumber yard, as in all the many houses he built in this area during the next five ...
    Burlington Historical Society
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