Former Bruce's School in St. George
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- This photograph depicts the former Bruce’s School S.S. No. 13, 1909, located at 98 McLean School Rd., St. George, Ont.
"This school was named for a successful Dublin University graduate, James Bruce who taught here for ten years. The first two schools on this site were of log and white brick respectively. Like many other one-room schoolhouses, it closed in 1961" (cited from "County of Brant: Heritage Driving tour", The County of Brant, 2006).
After closing, the school became a home of Mr. and Mrs. Spyker.
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Width: 9 cm
Height: 9 cm
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- South Dumfries Local History Collection
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- Former Bruce's School in St. George, 1978. South Dumfries Local History Collection.
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