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  • Scotland School Junior Room Class Photo, 1918
        This 1918 photograph shows the students in the junior room at Scotland School. The students are: Left to Right front row: Kathleen Wilson, Vera Noviss, Agatha Mitchener, Marie Bain, Marion Vail, Florence Schunk, Velua Malcolm, Ruth Johnson, Edie Veslunder, Aval Almas Second row: Dorothy Vail, Edna Woodley, Bessie Crawford, Nettie ...
      This 1918 photograph shows the students in the junior room at Scotland ...
  • Scotland School Senior Room Class Photo, 1918
        This 1918 photograph shows the students in the senior room at Scotland School. The students are: Left to Right front row: Emily Mann, Jennie Holloway, Jean McIsaac, Ruby Barber, Zella Fisher, Ruby Mitchener, Clifford Cotton, Gordon Birdsell, Ralph Beemer Second row: Vera Murray, Inez Fisher, Olive Bain, Eva Stickles, Harry ...
      This 1918 photograph shows the students in the senior room at Scotland ...
  • Village of Scotland Police, 1907 Seal Embosser
        This object is a seal embosser, used to create embossed seals in paper to note official documents. It was used by the police for the Village of Scotland, incorporated April 12th, 1907. In addition to photos of the embosser itself, a photo of the seal it produces is also available. ...
      This object is a seal embosser, used to create embossed seals in ...
  • The Scotland Onion Growers' Farmers Co-Operative Association Limited Seal Embosser
        This object is a seal embosser, used to create embossed seals in paper to note official documents. It was used by the Scotland Onion Growers' Farmers Co-Operative Association Limited, incorporated in 1909. In addition to photos of the embosser itself, a photo of the seal it produces is also available. ...
      This object is a seal embosser, used to create embossed seals in ...
  • Boughner's Boots & Shoes, Scotland
        This 1865 tintype shows a group of people outside Boughner's Boots & Shoes store in Scotland, Ontario. It was taken by Hays. This item was provided by Richard Shaver during the September 17th, 2010 Digitization Day held in Oakland, Ontario by the County of Brant Public Library. Do you have ...
      This 1865 tintype shows a group of people outside Boughner's Boots & ...
  • Boughner Family, Scotland, 1865
        This 1865 tintype shows the Boughner family, owners of Boughner's Boots & Shoes store in Scotland, Ontario. It was taken by Hays. This item was provided by Richard Shaver during the September 17th, 2010 Digitization Day held in Oakland, Ontario by the County of Brant Public Library. Do you have ...
      This 1865 tintype shows the Boughner family, owners of Boughner's Boots & ...
  • Northern Crown Bank, Scotland, Ontario, 1910
        This 1910 photograph postcard shows the Northern Crown Bank in Scotland, Ontario. The unusual size and the stamp on the back indicate that this was both a postcard and a bookmark. This item was provided by Richard Shaver during the September 17th, 2010 Digitization Day held in Oakland, Ontario by ...
      This 1910 photograph postcard shows the Northern Crown Bank in Scotland, Ontario. ...
  • Down House Mission Temperance Pledge Certificate, 1901
        This 1901 certificate documents Mr. G. Kenward's pledge to abstain from all intoxicating alcoholic drinks in the "Band of Hope" at Scotland's Down House Mission. It is dated May, 1901, and signed by the secretary or registrar H. J. Wood. The temperance movement was a strong social force in the ...
      This 1901 certificate documents Mr. G. Kenward's pledge to abstain from all ...
  • Baptist Church, Scotland, Ontario, 1908
        The inscription reads: Why do you not write me? Have been going to write you but am afraid you must be [illegible] or some thing + don't want to hear from me, Laura. (Top of postcard, upside down): Write immediately Miss E.M. Craig Craighurst Ont.
      The inscription reads: Why do you not write me? Have been going ...
  • Scotland Ball Club, 1917-18
        This photograph shows the Scotland Ball Club posing in uniform, c. 1917-1918. According to the back of the postcard, the men in it are: Back row: Cecil Taylor, Earl Messecar, Percy Smith, John McIsaac, Bill Taylor, Francis Boselly, Frank Stedman Front row: Lorne Wheeler, Wilford Malcolm, Frank Mitchell, Norm Wickworth, ...
      This photograph shows the Scotland Ball Club posing in uniform, c. 1917-1918. ...
  • Children Playing in Snowdrift, Scotland, Ontario, 1947
        This 1947 postcard shows children playing in a giant snowdrift in Scotland, Ontario. This item was provided by Richard Shaver during the September 17th, 2010 Digitization Day held in Oakland, Ontario by the County of Brant Public Library. Do you have any historical items and are interested in helping preserve ...
      This 1947 postcard shows children playing in a giant snowdrift in Scotland, ...
  • Samuel Gordon Hunter Farm Account Book, 1870s-80s
        In this book, Samuel Gordon Hunter recorded all of the major events which occurred on his Simcoe St. flower farm in the 1870s and 1880s. This two page excerpt provides examples of the events that marked farm life, such as the dates of bee swarms, dates of flowers blooming, and ...
      In this book, Samuel Gordon Hunter recorded all of the major events ...
  • S. Hunter & Son Catalogue Excerpts
        This catalogue contains the various types of flowers and fruit which Samuel Gordon Hunter produced for sale at his Scotland farm. These excerpts, selected by Margaret Hunter, represent his favourite items. The Hunter family is an early, prominent Scotland family. Samuel Gordon Hunter first came to Scotland with his first ...
      This catalogue contains the various types of flowers and fruit which Samuel ...
  • Postcard showing Talbot Street Bandshell, Scotland, Ontario
        The Gore, Scotland, Ont.
      The Gore, Scotland, Ont.
  • Postcard showing Old Scotland Public School, Scotland, Ontario
        Public School, Scotland, Ont.
      Public School, Scotland, Ont.
  • Samuel Gordon Hunter and family in front of Hawthorne Place, Scotland, Ontario
        This photograph depicts Samuel Gordon Hunter and several of his family members in front of Hawthorne Place, the family home. The people in this photo are, from left to right: Charles Dean; Samuel; Emily; Lena J. Bronson (Charles Dean's sister); Rollo Bronson; Edwin Bronson. Hawthorne Place still stands today on ...
      This photograph depicts Samuel Gordon Hunter and several of his family members ...
  • Samuel Gordon Hunter Family Portrait, 1903, Scotland, Ontario
        This 1903 photograph depicts Samuel Gordon Hunter and several family members. The people in this photo are, from left to right: Samuel Hunter; Lena Edwin, Charles's sister; Charles Dean Hunter; Emily Hunter, Samuel's first wife. The Hunter family is an early, prominent Scotland family. Samuel Gordon Hunter first came to ...
      This 1903 photograph depicts Samuel Gordon Hunter and several family members. The ...
  • Postcard showing Brant St. near Simcoe St., Scotland, Ontario
        Brant St., Scotland, Ont.
      Brant St., Scotland, Ont.
  • Farm Scene Postcard, Scotland, Ontario
        Farm Scene near Scotland, Ontario
      Farm Scene near Scotland, Ontario
  • Samuel Gordon Hunter with Flowers, Scotland, Ontario
        This undated photograph depicts Samuel Gordon Hunter with many of his flowers. The Hunter family is an early, prominent Scotland family. Samuel Gordon Hunter first came to Scotland with his first wife Emily in 1869. He was a horticulturist and established his farm on Simcoe St. The farm primarily grew ...
      This undated photograph depicts Samuel Gordon Hunter with many of his flowers. ...
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Oakland Township


This group contains items about the communities in Oakland Township, including Scotland.