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  • Dedication of plaque at Evergreen Cemetery
        The Plaque reads: This Cemetery began Oct. 1861 when Mary McDougall’s Scottish pioneer family, fulfilled her wishes to be laid to rest beneath her favorite cherry tree, later when husband, family and friends joined her, it became McDougall Cemetery . In 1875 her son Sandy registered 1.4 acre for a ...
      The Plaque reads: This Cemetery began Oct. 1861 when Mary McDougall’s Scottish ...
  • Agnes Macphail Country
        [image] [caption]ERECT SIGNS TO RECOGNIZE AGNES MACPHAIL -- Helen McMeekin (niece of Ollie Irwin, who was a Holdfast Club member for 57 years), Donna Mann (Project Initiator ) Ruth Fidler (Neustadt W.I.), Gretha Holmes (W.I. President, Osprey), Norma Geberdt (Neustadt W.I.), Barb Tomes (Elmwood W.I.), Audrey Filsinger, (President Grey-South W.I.), ...
      [image] [caption]ERECT SIGNS TO RECOGNIZE AGNES MACPHAIL -- Helen McMeekin (niece of ...
  • Agnes Macphail Public School Grand Opening
        The Board of Education for the Borough of Scarborough Official opening of Agnes Macphail Public School by Robert J. Sanders Trustee, Ward 12 on Wednesday, April 28, 1982
      The Board of Education for the Borough of Scarborough Official opening of ...
  • Ribbon Cutting at new Township Shed
        Ceremonial ribbon-cutting to open the new Artemesia Township Municipal maintenance shed. Left to right: George Schafer (Glenelg Reeve); Ken Fromanger (Ministry of Transportation of Ontario representative); Murray Betts (Artemesia Reeve); I.B. Whittaker (Former Road Superintendent); Gus Mitges (M.P.P.); Michael Richardson (I.B. Whittaker's grandson)
      Ceremonial ribbon-cutting to open the new Artemesia Township Municipal maintenance shed. Left ...
  • Old Durham Road Cemetery Dedication
        The dedication ceremony to mark the burial ground for early black settlers in the Priceville area. Photo shows, from left to right, Yvonne Wilson, (unknown person, partially obscured), Carmelle Meads, Rev. Sheffield, (unknown choir girl, probably from Collingwood)), Les McKinnon (partially obscured), Bill Murdoch, M.P.P. for Grey County, Murray Betts, ...
      The dedication ceremony to mark the burial ground for early black settlers ...
  • Lincoln Alexander at Stothart Hall
        Lincoln Alexander, Lieut. Governor of Ontario, at Stothart Hall, Priceville, during the reception for the dedication of the Durham Road Cemetery. Also pictured are Stan Baker, Millie Hubbard, Leroy Meads, Kathleen Aldcorn, June MacLaughlin, Jean Hutchinson, and Ted Shaw, local photographer.
      Lincoln Alexander, Lieut. Governor of Ontario, at Stothart Hall, Priceville, during the ...
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