Whitby Malleable Iron and Brass Company Employees (also known as the Buckle Factory), 1936


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Posted by Jim Dodd, 27 September 2013 at 12:37

My Grandfather, Joseph Cowx, is seated 2nd from the left on the front row. He arrived in Canada from England in 1910, took up residence in Whitby, and probably started working at the Buckle Factory shortly thereafter. He worked there until he retired sometime in the late 1940's or early 50's.

Posted by Brian Winter, 16 December 2016 at 23:13

Second paragraph under "NOTES: should read: Located at 300 Brock Street South, the buckle Factory was on the west side of Brock Street between Dunlop and Gilbert Streets

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Whitby Malleable Iron and Brass Company Employees (also known as the Buckle Factory), 1936


A black and white photograph of the employees of the Whitby Maleable Iron and Brass Company, 1936. In the front row, second from the left, is Joseph Cowx.