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  • Inkwell
        Thick glass inkwell with two dipping pools and two pen rests.
      Thick glass inkwell with two dipping pools and two pen rests.
  • Driving Hat
        Leather cap with ear flaps.
      Leather cap with ear flaps.
  • Proton Township Girl Shoots Father
    Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), April 30, 1942, Not Known     Proton Township Girl Shoots Father Ruby Campbell, 14-year-old. Proton township girl, shot her father at the farm home on con. 14, early Saturday morning. The father, Robert Campbell, had been in failing health for several years and was not always in the best of humor. Family ...
    Markdale Standard (Markdale, Ont.1880), April 30, 1942, Not Known   Proton Township Girl Shoots Father Ruby Campbell, 14-year-old. Proton township girl, shot ...
  • Agnes Macphail
        Portrait photograph of Agnes Campbell Macphail
      Portrait photograph of Agnes Campbell Macphail
  • "Aggie Was a Terror" Agnes Macphail's Story
        [Cover] Page 25. Article on Agnes (a good one) Mother so often laughed until tears came and would say "oh Aggie you're a terror" [Page 25] 3 in our family ? what a lie [Page 26] ? [illegible] [Page 27][arrow] this is the house in Ceylon
      [Cover] Page 25. Article on Agnes (a good one) Mother so often ...
  • Owen Sound Collegiate Institute
        [top]Owen Sound Collegiate Institute; [bottom]O.S.C.I.; [right][MIZPAH?]
      [top]Owen Sound Collegiate Institute; [bottom]O.S.C.I.; [right][MIZPAH?]
  • House of Commons Debates February 6, 1928
        Miss AGNES MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) : I consider it something of a hardship to follow the very brilliant young member from Queens-Lunenburg (Mr. Ernst). We come again to the consideration of the speech from the throne, a speech which I feel sure was evolved in cabinet council, a speech that ...
      Miss AGNES MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) : I consider it something of a ...
  • Proposal for International Peace Department
        [Page 1 handwritten] "Page 1773 Peace" [Page 1773 Col.2] INTERNATIONAL PEACE MOTION FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT Miss AGNES C. MACPHAIL (Southeast Grey) moved: That, in the opinion of this house, the time has come for the establishment of a government department for the promotion of peace and ...
      [Page 1 handwritten] "Page 1773 Peace" [Page 1773 Col.2] INTERNATIONAL PEACE MOTION ...
  • Dear Friends February 24, 1927
        Ottawa, Feb. 24, 1927 Dear Friends: — The work of the Session is moving along rapidly, [sic] It begins to look as though we would be out of here at Easter or shortly after. The general tone of the House is much more peaceful than last Session. The Liberals have ...
      Ottawa, Feb. 24, 1927 Dear Friends: — The work of the Session ...
  • Answer to Miss Macphail
        ANSWER TO MISS MACPHAIL. To the Editor of The Globe: Miss Agnes Macphail has never been at any pains to conceal her contempt for the mentality of the men who during the years 1914 to 1918 permitted themselves to be duped by the "militarists" into saving the rest of the ...
      ANSWER TO MISS MACPHAIL. To the Editor of The Globe: Miss Agnes ...
  • Reply to Miss Macphail
        REPLY TO MISS MACPHAIL To the Editor of The Globe: From The Globe of March 14 I learn that Miss Agnes Macphail strongly supports the Boy Premier in his "brave-enough-to-be-coward" ideal—she hopes this phrase will ring down through the ages. I admire and appreciate Miss' Macphail very much in many ...
      REPLY TO MISS MACPHAIL To the Editor of The Globe: From The ...
  • Letter to Patrick Sweeny
        [Letterhead] House of Commons Canada Ottawa, May 19, 1925 Dear Mr. Sweeny:- I am sending to your grand-daughter, Agnes, a silver cup, and as I was not sure of her father's first name, I thought it safer to send it in yours. I hope she will drink lots of milk ...
      [Letterhead] House of Commons Canada Ottawa, May 19, 1925 Dear Mr. Sweeny:- ...
  • Letter recalling Agnes Macphail
        Sun. Apr. 8 [n.y.] Dear Donna, Have been reading with interest your efforts to revive Agnes MacPhail's [sic] memory. As a young person tales of Agnes were of interest to me, and I recall her visits to my grandfather's farm at Proton Station. (Robert G. Acheson) Grandpa had 6 daughters, ...
      Sun. Apr. 8 [n.y.] Dear Donna, Have been reading with interest your ...
  • Agnes Macphail Annual "Picnic in the Park"
        "Free fun for the whole family" [South Grey Museum logo] Agnes Macphail Annual "Picnic in the Park" saturday June 21, 2003 11 AM to 3 PM Flesherton Memorial Park "Rain or Shine" Old time music A rare cylinder amberola Working vintage victrola Agnes' original piano Flute, violins Folk singer "Buy ...
      "Free fun for the whole family" [South Grey Museum logo] Agnes Macphail ...
  • An Evening with Agnes Macphail
        The Agnes Macphail Recognition Committee and Gary Malkowski, MPP York East invite you to An Evening with Agnes Macphail Readings by Diane Gordon March 24, 1993 - 8:00 p.m. Don Mills United Church 126 O'Connor Drive [Image of Agnes Macphail in formal wear--see link] Agnes Campbell Macphail March 24, 1890-February ...
      The Agnes Macphail Recognition Committee and Gary Malkowski, MPP York East invite ...
  • Agnes Macphail Public School Grand Opening
        The Board of Education for the Borough of Scarborough Official opening of Agnes Macphail Public School by Robert J. Sanders Trustee, Ward 12 on Wednesday, April 28, 1982
      The Board of Education for the Borough of Scarborough Official opening of ...
  • Gertha Reany, Farquhar Oliver, and Lilly Bailey unveiling historical plaque
        Mr. Farquhar Oliver is shown posing with Mrs. Gertha Reany (née McPhail) and Mrs. Lillian Bailey (née McPhail) in 1960 at the unveiling of the Agnes Campbell Macphail historical plaque in Hopeville, Ontario. Mr. Oliver, a good friend of Agnes’, served Grey South for 39 years as Member of Provincial ...
      Mr. Farquhar Oliver is shown posing with Mrs. Gertha Reany (née McPhail) ...
  • Postcard from Agnes Macphail to her niece, Mrs. Duke Clunas
        Burns House, Mauchline. A 2347 [reverse]Dear Jean! Thanks for your letter - it was very welcome. glad holiday was enjoyable Uncle Orrin is very low - too bad. we leave for England in the morning. I go to London. Mrs Wilmot other other [sic] places. been more than a month ...
      Burns House, Mauchline. A 2347 [reverse]Dear Jean! Thanks for your letter - ...
  • Agnes Macphail's House in Ceylon
        Back and side view of the former Macphail residence in Ceylon, now privately owned.
      Back and side view of the former Macphail residence in Ceylon, now ...
  • McPhail Family Headstone
        Photograph of the McPhail family tombstone in McNeil Cemetery, just south of Priceville. Agnes Macphail was buried here in 1954 alongside her mother, father and sister, Gertha.
      Photograph of the McPhail family tombstone in McNeil Cemetery, just south of ...
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