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  • Iron Bridge Women's Institute Member Mrs. Rose Maitland, Circa 1960
    Iron Bridge Women's Institute Member Mrs. Rose Maitland, Circa 1960
    imagecomment  Circa 1960,     Mrs. Maitland was previously Rose Hails born in London, England in 1880. She had 18 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.This photo can be found in the Tweedsmuir History created by the Iron Bridge Women's Institute.
    imagecomment  Circa 1960,   Mrs. Maitland was previously Rose Hails born in London, England in 1880. She had 18 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren.This photo can be found in the Tweedsmuir History created by ...
    Huron Shores Museum
  • The Ladies Get Together.
    The Ladies Get Together.
    image  July 1961,     Seated: Mrs. Lawrence Mason, Evelyn Walker, Nelda Kidd O'Neil, Lorna Kidd.Standing: Mrs. Bill Mason, Noella Kidd, Pearl Mason, Freda Peterkin, Irene Allen.
    image  July 1961,   Seated: Mrs. Lawrence Mason, Evelyn Walker, Nelda Kidd O'Neil, Lorna Kidd.Standing: Mrs. Bill Mason, Noella Kidd, Pearl Mason, Freda Peterkin, Irene Allen.
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Vera Nicholson, Mary Allen, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Boville. 1953
    Vera Nicholson, Mary Allen, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Boville. 1953
    image  Summer 1953,     A group of four women, Vera Nicholson, Mary Allen, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. William Boville
    image  Summer 1953,   A group of four women, Vera Nicholson, Mary Allen, Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. William Boville
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Mary E. Allhusen, Iron Bridge, 1920
    Mary E. Allhusen, Iron Bridge, 1920
    imagecomment  1920,     The Allhusen farm located on highway 17 west was originally owned by Mr. William Tower before 1923.After Mr. Allhusen's death the property changed hands and became the site of tourist cabins that Mr. Albert Tulloch purchased from The Stone Lumber Company at Day Mills.Later the land became the site of ...
    imagecomment  1920,   The Allhusen farm located on highway 17 west was originally owned by Mr. William Tower before 1923.After Mr. Allhusen's death the property changed hands and became the site of tourist ...
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Stella and Mary Tulloch With May Hare, Iron Bridge, 1931
    Stella and Mary Tulloch With May Hare, Iron Bridge, 1931
    imagemysterycomment  August 10, 1931,     Left to right: Mary Tulloch, May Hare, Stella Tulloch, 1931
    imagemysterycomment  August 10, 1931,   Left to right: Mary Tulloch, May Hare, Stella Tulloch, 1931
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Mrs. Burdage and Dalhia, Huron Shores, circa 1950
    Mrs. Burdage and Dalhia, Huron Shores, circa 1950
    textimagemysterycomment  summer 1950,     Mrs. Burdage and Dalhia
    textimagemysterycomment  summer 1950,   Mrs. Burdage and Dalhia
    Huron Shores Museum
  • Mrs. William Allen and Jennie (Allen) Beemer - Mrs. Munson Beemer Circa 1920
    Mrs. William Allen and Jennie (Allen) Beemer - Mrs. Munson Beemer Circa 1920
    imagecomment  March 1920,     A photo of Jennie Allen Beemer and her grandmother Mrs. Munson Beemer posed outdoors.
    imagecomment  March 1920,   A photo of Jennie Allen Beemer and her grandmother Mrs. Munson Beemer posed outdoors.
    Huron Shores Museum
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