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Ann Gaunt Collection


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1985
  
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  • Photo of the Glen Morris School House
    Image       ...This photograph of the Glen Morris School was taken in 1985. Originally...
    Image     ...This photograph of the Glen Morris School was taken in 1985. Originally...
  • Photo of the Glen Morris School House
    Image       ...This photograph, taken in 1985, shows the front side of the Glen Morris...
    Image     ...This photograph, taken in 1985, shows the front side of the Glen Morris...
  • Photo of the United Church in Glen Morris
    Image       ...This photograph, taken in 1985, shows the Glen Morris United Church...
    Image     ...This photograph, taken in 1985, shows the Glen Morris United Church...
  • Photo of the J.D. Smith Saw Mill
    Imagecomment       ... was built in the mid-1800s. This picture was taken in 1985. This photograph...
    Imagecomment     ... was built in the mid-1800s. This picture was taken in 1985. This photograph...
  • Glen Morris Central School
    Image       .... The picture was taken in 1985. This photograph was provided by Ann Gaunt during...
    Image     .... The picture was taken in 1985. This photograph was provided by Ann Gaunt during...
  • Photo of the New Bridge Crossing the Grand River
    Image       .... It was built in 1972. The picture was taken in 1985. This photograph was provided...
    Image     .... It was built in 1972. The picture was taken in 1985. This photograph was provided...
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Ann Gaunt Collection


Ann Gaunt has lived in the Glen Morris area since 1945. Her mother Ella Gofton still resides in the village. At present she is working on a pictorial of the village as it was and how it is today. She has generously donated some of her materials for inclusion on this website. 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/