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  • Peter Perry Award Presentation, 1969
    Peter Perry Award Presentation, 1969
    image  24 November 1969,     The Peter Perry Award is awarded annually to Whitby's outstanding citizen.
    image  24 November 1969,   The Peter Perry Award is awarded annually to Whitby's outstanding citizen.
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  • Peter Perry Award Presentation, 1969
    Peter Perry Award Presentation, 1969
    image  24 November 1969,     The Peter Perry Award is awarded annually to Whitby's outstanding citizen.
    image  24 November 1969,   The Peter Perry Award is awarded annually to Whitby's outstanding citizen.
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  • Portrait Photograph of Private Frederick Lewis Anderson, c.1943
    Portrait Photograph of Private Frederick Lewis Anderson, c.1943
    image  c.1943,     Pte. Fred Anderson
    image  c.1943,   Pte. Fred Anderson
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  • Portrait Photo of Malcolm Adam
    Portrait Photo of Malcolm Adam
    image  c.1940,     Alex Brown is a local Whitby area veteran. He is a member of the Royal Canadian Legion.Malcolm Albert Allan was born in 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba and died in Oshawa in 1992. He enlisted in the Second World War in July 1940 and went overseas in April 1943. He returned ...
    image  c.1940,   Alex Brown is a local Whitby area veteran. He is a member of the Royal Canadian Legion.Malcolm Albert Allan was born in 1921 in Winnipeg, Manitoba and died in Oshawa ...
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  • Portrait Photo of Newspaper Clipping about Cpl. A. W. Brown
    Portrait Photo of Newspaper Clipping about Cpl. A. W. Brown
    image  c.1943,     Arrives HomeCPL. A. W. BROWNSon of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, 127 Brock St. S., Whitby, who arrived home over the week-end. He arrived on the Lady Nelson. Cpl. Brown enlisted in November, 1941, and went overseas in June of the following year. His father was also in the army ...
    image  c.1943,   Arrives HomeCPL. A. W. BROWNSon of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, 127 Brock St. S., Whitby, who arrived home over the week-end. He arrived on the Lady Nelson. Cpl. Brown ...
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  • Photo of newspaper article with headline "Will get medal for efficiency"
    Photo of newspaper article with headline "Will get medal for efficiency"
    image  c.1945,     WILL GET MEDAL FOR EFFICIENCYSquadron QMS. George L. Brown To Be HonoredSquadron Quartermaster-Sergeant George L. Brown will be awarded the efficiency medal given by the Department of National Defense. A well-known employee of the Whitby Public Utility Commission, George enlisted in September 1939, and after taking his basic training in ...
    image  c.1945,   WILL GET MEDAL FOR EFFICIENCYSquadron QMS. George L. Brown To Be HonoredSquadron Quartermaster-Sergeant George L. Brown will be awarded the efficiency medal given by the Department of National Defense. A ...
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  • Advertisement from J. F. Rainer Piano Factory, 1868.
    Advertisement from J. F. Rainer Piano Factory, 1868.
    image  November 1868,     Joseph F. Rainer opened a piano factory on the south side of Mary Street, east of Byron Street in 1860. This factory continued in operation until June 1872 when Mr. Rainer moved to Guelph. The factory was destroyed by fire on November 27, 1873.
    image  November 1868,   Joseph F. Rainer opened a piano factory on the south side of Mary Street, east of Byron Street in 1860. This factory continued in operation until June 1872 when Mr. ...
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  • Newspaper Portrait of John Dryden, 1909
    Newspaper Portrait of John Dryden, 1909
    image  August 7, 1909,     John Dryden was born on June 5, 1840 on Maple Shade Farm (a successful 200-acre property near the village of Winchester (Brooklin) at the north east corner of Thickson Road and the 7th Concession, Whitby Township, Upper Canada. He was the son of James Dryden and Elizabeth Marsh. He married ...
    image  August 7, 1909,   John Dryden was born on June 5, 1840 on Maple Shade Farm (a successful 200-acre property near the village of Winchester (Brooklin) at the north east corner of Thickson Road ...
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  • First and Last Passenger on 'Nip and Tuck'
    First and Last Passenger on 'Nip and Tuck'
    image  "First and Last Passenger on 'Nip and Tuck'," Oshawa Daily Times, 7 July 1941     The caption under the photographs reads: 'One of the oldest railroads in the province, the "Nip and Tuck" C.N.R. spur line between Port Whitby and Port Perry, has gone out of service. The last run on Thursday of the freight train brought the line's 74 years of service to a ...
    image  "First and Last Passenger on 'Nip and Tuck'," Oshawa Daily Times, 7 July 1941   The caption under the photographs reads: 'One of the oldest railroads in the province, the "Nip and Tuck" C.N.R. spur line between Port Whitby and Port Perry, has gone out ...
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  • Ontario County Courthouse
    Ontario County Courthouse
    image  Unknown, Ontario County Courthouse, "Ontario County Courthouse," The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 26 October 1889     Printed to the right of the dome: 'Court House'
    image  Unknown, Ontario County Courthouse, "Ontario County Courthouse," The Globe and Mail (Toronto) ( CTVglobemedia), 26 October 1889   Printed to the right of the dome: 'Court House'
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  • Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway
    Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway
    imageobject  "Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 31 October 1923     Printed underneath the image 'Driving the First Spike/Mayor Bassett, of Whitby, on the LEFT, ready to strike the first blow, driving home the first spike on the Toronto Eastern Railway yesterday. E.W. Oliver, manager of C.N.R. electric lines, holding the nickel plated spike.'
    imageobject  "Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 31 October 1923   Printed underneath the image 'Driving the First Spike/Mayor Bassett, of Whitby, on the LEFT, ready to strike the first blow, driving home the first spike on the Toronto Eastern Railway ...
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  • William P. Stone
    William P. Stone
    image  Unknown, "William P. Stone," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 17 December 1914     William P. Stone (1893-1914)was the night telegraph operator at Whitby Junction Station. He was killed by a gunshot wound in the early hours of 11 December 1914. No one was convicted of his murder.
    image  Unknown, "William P. Stone," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 17 December 1914   William P. Stone (1893-1914)was the night telegraph operator at Whitby Junction Station. He was killed by a gunshot wound in the early hours of 11 December 1914. No one was ...
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  • Accident Site Inspection
    Accident Site Inspection
    image  Unknown, "Accident Site Inspection," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), March 1914     Printed underneath the top photograph: 'This picture shows the journeymen standing to the north of the track where the blood spots were found.' Printed underneath the bottom photograph: 'Looking east from a point 933 feet west of where the accident occurred. Men can be seen on the track where the ...
    image  Unknown, "Accident Site Inspection," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), March 1914   Printed underneath the top photograph: 'This picture shows the journeymen standing to the north of the track where the blood spots were found.' Printed underneath the bottom photograph: 'Looking east ...
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  • Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913
    Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913
    image  Unknown, "Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 1913     The first Whitby Horse Show was held in the Town Park on 15-16 July 1913. The president was Fred Hatch, the vice president was Thomas Cussion, and the secretary was Albert W. Jackson. One other horse show was held in Whitby in 1914 but after that the events were discontinued ...
    image  Unknown, "Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 1913   The first Whitby Horse Show was held in the Town Park on 15-16 July 1913. The president was Fred Hatch, the vice president was Thomas Cussion, and the secretary was ...
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