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Souvenir: Presbyterian Church in St. George 
Text  9 February 1908  This is the pamphlet of the history of the Presbyterian Church in St. George, Ont., published in 1908. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
Leaflet of the Presbyterian Church in Canada 
Text  March 1922  This is the leaflet of the Presbyterian Church in Canada containing information on financial instalments and expenditures. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
School Homes: A Fruitful Investment (Missionary Pamphlet) 
TextMysteries:  [ca. 1900s]  This missionary pamphlet, "School Homes: A Fruitful Investment", was issued by the Committee of the Forward Movement of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
Ninth Annual Meeting of the Ontario Provincial Presbyterian Church 
Text  April 1923  This is the Program of the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Ontario Provincial Presbyterian Church in Canada held in St. Andrews Church in Windsor, Ont., on April 23-26, 1923. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
List of Signees Who Agreed to Pay the Collectors of the Missionary Association of the United Presbyterian Congregation 
Text  2 April 1855  This is a list of signees who agreed to pay the collectors of the Missionary Association of the United Presbyterian Congregation. The original document was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society.
Presbyterian Church in St. George 
ImageText  9 February 1908  This postcard depicts the Presbyterian Church in St. George, Ont., dedicated 9 Feb. 1908. The original postcard is held by the South Dumfries Historical Society. Reverse side, the beginning: "Feb. 7, 1908[?]. Dear Jessie, Why don't you write to me...".
Postcard Depicting Presbyterian Church in St. George 
ImageText  4 February 1908  This is the image of a postcard depicting the new Presbyterian Church in St. George. The postcard is addressed to Miss Jessie Guppy in London, Ont. The original postcard is held by the South Dumfries Historical Society. Front side: "Dedicated Feb. 9, 1908. New Presbyterian Church, St....
Presbyterian Church Interior 
ImageMysteries:  [unknown]  This photograph depicts the interior of the old Presbyterian Church in St. George, Ont. The original photo was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society. I was baptized here
Old Presbyterian Church in St. George 
Image  [unknown]  This photograph depicts the old Presbyterian Church in St. George, Ont. The original photo was provided by the South Dumfries Historical Society. D Y Rose baptized Jessie Maitland here
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South Dumfries Historical Society


This collection includes a variety of historical materials held in the archives of the South Dumfries Historical Society. Contact: South Dumfries Historical Society, St. George Museum & Archives, 36 Main Street South, St. George, ON, N0E 1N0. Website: http://southdumfrieshistoricalsociety.blogspot.com. Support for this project has been generously provided the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario. http://www.trilliumfoundation.org/