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1940
  
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  • South Wait Farm Aerial Photo
    Image       ...[ca. 1940]...
    Image     ...[ca. 1940]...
  • Marchant's General Store in Glen Morris
    Image       ... that this was the name of the photographer. The photo was taken ca. 1940. It was provided...
    Image     ... that this was the name of the photographer. The photo was taken ca. 1940. It was provided...
  • J.D. Smith Saw Mill in Glen Morris
    Image       ... looking east to Glen Morris. It was taken around 1940. This photograph...
    Image     ... looking east to Glen Morris. It was taken around 1940. This photograph...
  • Old Township Hall in Glen Morris
    Image       This photograph shows the ruins of the Old Township Hall in Glen Morris. It was originally built of stone in 1851 and partially torn down in 1941. This photo was copied from the Glen Morris Tweedsmuir History. It was provided by Ann Gaunt during a Digital Preservation Days event (May ...
    Image     This photograph shows the ruins of the Old Township Hall in Glen Morris. It was originally built of stone in 1851 and partially torn down in 1941. This photo was ...
  • Larry Stevenson Photo
    ImageText       Back: LARRY STEVENSON at 4
    ImageText     Back: LARRY STEVENSON at 4
  • Mary Miller Photo
    ImageText       ... polio patients. In 1939 or 1940, she enlisted as a nurse in the Canadian Army...
    ImageText     ... polio patients. In 1939 or 1940, she enlisted as a nurse in the Canadian Army...
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Digitization Days


The items in this group were contributed by community members. They were digitized by the County of Brant Public Library during one of the Digitization Days events. For more information, call the Library at (519) 442-2433.