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Temperance Hall Avonbank


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Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Temperance Hall in Avonbank. This building was located across from the front door of the Avonbank Church. For more than 40 years, the Avonbank Division No. 320 (Sons of Temperance) was part of the temperance movement that was sweeping the country which grew out of a revulsion to the excessive drinking and drunkenness which was becoming more and more prevalent.
Notes:
Condition: Some fading and dust specks.
Dimensions:
Width: 2564 px
Height: 1588 px
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Left to right: Hotson, John L. ; Hotson, Walter ; Hotson, Nicol
Local identifier:
3092ph
Collection:
St. Marys Museum Photo Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.329 Longitude: -81.12917
Copyright Statement:
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Recommended Citation:
"Temperance Hall Avonbank" St. Marys Museum, 3092ph.
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Reproduction Notes:
This image is a watermarked low resolution reproduction.
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P.O. Box 998,

St. Marys, Ontario.

N4X 1B6

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Temperance Hall Avonbank


Temperance Hall in Avonbank. This building was located across from the front door of the Avonbank Church. For more than 40 years, the Avonbank Division No. 320 (Sons of Temperance) was part of the temperance movement that was sweeping the country which grew out of a revulsion to the excessive drinking and drunkenness which was becoming more and more prevalent.