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  • 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 ...
  • Scotland Old Public School, Scotland, Ontario
        This photo depicts the old Scotland public school, on Church St. The school depicted was opened November 1, 1867, and used until 1924 when it was replaced with the Scotland Continuation School. The original Public School was moved further back on the property to a new foundation and continued to ...
      This photo depicts the old Scotland public school, on Church St. The ...
  • Charity E.[Henry] Hagerman
        Charity E.[Henry] Hagerman was born July 14th, 1893, on the homesteaded farm in Windham Center, Ont. She married Kenneth Hagerman 20 Nov. 1918, having two children, Wray, born 1919 and Robert, born 1931. They lived in Windham Center, Teeterville and finally Scotland where they had a farm 1.5 miles south ...
      Charity E.[Henry] Hagerman was born July 14th, 1893, on the homesteaded farm ...
  • The Scotland Sun, December 28th, 1893
        The Scotland Sun once served the community of Scotland, Ontario, in the late 19th century. This issue, volume I number 27, dates from Thursday, December 28th, 1893. It provides a snapshot of notable local events in the community at that time, along with many vintage advertisements that show the businesses ...
      The Scotland Sun once served the community of Scotland, Ontario, in the ...
  • Postcard showing Talbot Street Bandshell, Scotland, Ontario
        The Gore, Scotland, Ont.
      The Gore, 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 ...
  • Postcard showing Brant St. near Simcoe St., Scotland, Ontario
        Brant St., Scotland, Ont.
      Brant St., Scotland, Ont.
  • 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. ...
  • Halliday Residence, corner of Church St. and Talbot St., Scotland, Ontario
        This photograph shows the Halliday family standing in front of their home on the corner of Church St. and Talbot St., Scotland, Ontario. The Halliday family was related to the Hunter family. The people depicted are: Charles Dean Hunter; Kate Halliday Hunter; Emily Jane Halliday; Melvin Halliday. The Hunter family ...
      This photograph shows the Halliday family standing in front of their home ...
  • Halliday Family Portrait, Scotland, Ontario
        This portrait taken c. 1909 shows several members of the Halliday family from Scotland, Ontario, which was related to the Hunter family. Depicted are Melvin Halliday, Kate Halliday and Mary Jane Halliday. Melvin was a school teacher who moved to Scotland around 1897. He was on the Scotland school board, ...
      This portrait taken c. 1909 shows several members of the Halliday family ...
  • Taylor Family Portrait, Scotland, Ontario
        This portrait Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Taylor was the harness maker for Melvin Halliday. Melvin was a school teacher who moved to Scotland around 1897. He was on the Scotland school board, and also established a local harness shop. This photograph was provided by Charles and Margaret Hunter during ...
      This portrait Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Mr. Taylor was the harness maker ...
  • Women's Tennis Group, Scotland, Ontario
        This photograph shows a group of Scotland, Ontario women who regularly played tennis together. The women depicted are: Gertrude Malcolm Stewart; Gertrude Eddy Wood; A. William Foster; Kate Halliday Hunter; Enid [Habbs Grundy?]. These are all married names. The Hunter family is an early, prominent Scotland family. Samuel Gordon Hunter ...
      This photograph shows a group of Scotland, Ontario women who regularly played ...
  • Scotland Congregational Church, Scotland, Ontario
        This photograph depicts the Scotland Congregational Church in Scotland, Ontario, as it was known then. The church became a United church at church union in 1925. The church still stands today as the Scotland United Church at 10 Church St. W. This photograph was provided by Charles and Margaret Hunter ...
      This photograph depicts the Scotland Congregational Church in Scotland, Ontario, as it ...
  • Three Eras of Scotland Fire Department Equipment, Scotland, Ontario, 1951
        This photograph shows the three eras of firefighting equipment used by the Scotland fire department. It was taken in March, 1951 when the fire department bought new equipment. To the left is the brand-new engine; in the centre was the engine used prior to its purchase; and to the right ...
      This photograph shows the three eras of firefighting equipment used by the ...
  • 19th Century Scotland Fire Department Equipment, Scotland, Ontario, 1951
        This photograph shows the original equipment used by the Scotland fire department. It was taken in March, 1951 when the fire department bought new equipment. This engine is a hand-cranked motorized fire cart, which was used in the 19th century. This photograph was provided by Charles and Margaret Hunter during ...
      This photograph shows the original equipment used by the Scotland fire department. ...
  • Scotland Brass Band, Scotland, Ontario
        This early 20th century photograph shows the Scotland Brass Band, taken behind the Baptist church in Scotland, Ontario. People depicted include: John Hammond Drummond; Bern Stewart; Alan Smith; Jake Me[illegible]; John [Neil?] Malcolm; Jim Messecar [illegible]. This photo is Zoomify enabled! Click on it to zoom in and see faces ...
      This early 20th century photograph shows the Scotland Brass Band, taken behind ...
  • Old Scotland Creamery, Scotland, Ontario
        This photograph shows the old Scotland creamery. The O'Reilly family owned it beginning in 1910, when it was purchased by Neil O'Reilly's father. In addition to acting as a factory, it was the family home for many years, and Neil's brother was born there in 1910. The factory was since ...
      This photograph shows the old Scotland creamery. The O'Reilly family owned it ...
  • Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Station in Scotland, Ontario, c. early 20th century
        This early 20th century photograph shows a railway station for the Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo (T.H. & B.) railway which once ran through Scotland. This photograph was provided by Neil O'Reilly during a Digitization Day event held by the County of Brant Public Library. Do you have any historical items ...
      This early 20th century photograph shows a railway station for the Toronto, ...
  • Simcoe St., Scotland, Ontario
        This early 20th century photograph shows Simcoe St. leading down to the bandshell at the corner of Simcoe & Talbot. The old hotel is to the left; Markle's store is to the right. Markle's store was later owned by Paul Urban when it was rebuilt. This photograph was provided by ...
      This early 20th century photograph shows Simcoe St. leading down to the ...
  • Scotland Continuation School Class Photo, 1941-42
        This class photo shows the 1941-42 class of the Scotland Continuation School. The people in this photo are: Back row: Lorne Graves, Ted Martin, Neil O'Reilly, Gordon Serles, Bob Kaufman, Joe Glaves, Murray Goold, Earl Stratford Middle row: Mr. Graham, Eugene Gatword, Arvin Horning, Enid Horning, Mabel Stratford, Margaret Hiles, ...
      This class photo shows the 1941-42 class of the Scotland Continuation School. ...
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