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  • Halton Women's Institute Cook Book 1912
        Title page: Halton Women's Institute Cook Book 1912. Compiled by the Ladies of Halton County ; District Officers (are) Mrs. Deverean, Pres. Mrs. R. Gorman, Vice-Pres. Mrs. Geo. Havil, Sec.-Treas. ; Cook Book Committee Mrs. W. C. Inglehart, Mrs. W. J. McClenahan, Mrs. E. Blanshard, Miss M. G. Alton, Miss ...
      Title page: Halton Women's Institute Cook Book 1912. Compiled by the Ladies ...
  • Reeve Wilbert Biggar with Colleagues, New Trafalgar Township Hall, 1950
        Wilbert Henry Biggar was a Halton County Council Reeve, representing Trafalgar Township. His father, Michael L. Bigger had been the Deputy Reeve - Oakville on the Halton County Council earlier in 1890-1891. Trafalgar Township Hall was located on the south-east corner of Trafalgar Road (Seventh Line) and Dundas Street. The ...
      Wilbert Henry Biggar was a Halton County Council Reeve, representing Trafalgar Township. ...
  • Mackenzie Tapestry. Audrey, Marilyn, and Eleanor Cairns, November 1951.
        William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom Smith of Palermo, Trafalgar Township, on his historic flight from Upper Canada after his defeat at the skirmish at Montgomery's Tavern, York (now Toronto), December 1837. Mackenzie was soaked from crossing the icy water of the Sixteen Mile ...
      William Lyon Mackenzie was sheltered and hidden by the family of Absalom ...
  • 2005 Aerial Photographs, Near Halton Region Biosolids Management Centre
        The domes are the Halton Region Biosolids Management Centre – apparently what planners officially call a “poop processor”. The bridge is Highway 407 crossing over the Sixteen Mile Creek. The bridge is north of Burnhamthorpe Road and between Highway 25 and Neyagawa. Click on "Pages" "Select" to see the 2nd ...
      The domes are the Halton Region Biosolids Management Centre – apparently what ...
  • 1124 Britannia Road, Milton, Ontario, in May 2015
        In the spring and summer of 2015, the Trafalgar Township Historical Society took on the project of photographing the historic houses from the North Service Road north to Burnhamthorpe Road, from Ninth Line west to Tremaine Road. While we were at it, we photographed this lovely old house.
      In the spring and summer of 2015, the Trafalgar Township Historical Society ...
  • Trafalgar Township Historical Society Newsletter 2015 Autumn
        To read the entire newsletter, click on "Full Text PDF", on the right side of the screen. To view individual pages, each in .pdf format, click on the "Select" "Pages" at the top right of the screen (this formatting allowed the text to be OCR'd.) You can then go to ...
      To read the entire newsletter, click on "Full Text PDF", on the ...
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