Sampler of Ontario Ladies' College, 1935


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Creator:
M.I.D., Artist
Media Type:
Image
Object
Item Type:
Samples
Description:
A colour photograph of a needlework sampler of Ontario Ladies' College made by a student with the initials M.I.D. in 1935.
Notes:
A needlework sampler is a piece of embroidery that was used to demonstrate a student's skill in needlework.

Trafalgar Castle was built for Nelson Gilbert Reynolds (1814-1881), Sheriff of Ontario County from 1852 to 1881. Trafalgar Castle was designed by Toronto architect, Joseph Sheard and built between 1859 and 1862. The Sheriff lived in Trafalgar Castle from 1862 until 1874 when he sold the building to the Methodist Church of Canada for use as a ladies college. Ontario Ladies' College is now known as Trafalgar Castle School.
Date of Original:
1935
Dimensions:
Width: 16 in
Height: 13 in
Subject(s):
Corporate Name(s):
Ontario Ladies' College ; Trafalgar Castle
Local identifier:
A2013_011_001
Collection:
Whitby Online Historic Photographs Collection
Creative Commons licence:
pd [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian copyright law. No restrictions on use.
Copyright Date:
1935
Recommended Citation:
Sampler of Ontario Ladies' College, 1935, M.I.D. Whitby Archives A2013_011_001.
Reproduction Notes:
Scanned from original sampler.
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Sampler of Ontario Ladies' College, 1935
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Sampler of Ontario Ladies' College, 1935


A colour photograph of a needlework sampler of Ontario Ladies' College made by a student with the initials M.I.D. in 1935.