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Subject:  Cenotaphs  Geographic Location:  Whitby   Sort by:  Relevance
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    A black and white photograph of the cenotaph in Whitby. This photograph was on the front side of the first page of Alex Brown's album and located in the top right pocket. This page had 4 pockets for photos on the front side. In the top right hand pocket was a photo of a Royal Canadian Legion...
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of Mrs. John Stanlick at the dedication of the cenotaph. There are several bouquets of flowers and wreaths laid out in front of the cenotaph. Mrs. John Stanlick was the mother of Arthur Stanlick.
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of the crowd at the dedication of the Cenotaph in Whitby. This photograph was taken from the roof of the Standard Bank. It shows the cenotaph at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street. At left is the residence of Dr. Charles Fr. McGillivray and at...
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of the cenotaph. At left is the residence of Dr. Charles F. McGillivray. The residence of Dr. Charles Fr. McGillivray was demolished in January 1960.
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of a parade of soldiers proceeding north on Brock Street for the cenotaph dedication ceremony.
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of a parade of soldiers proceeding north on Brock Street for the cenotaph dedication ceremony.
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Fire Department proceeding north on Brock Street in a parade for the cenotaph dedication ceremony.
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of official dignitaries crossing Brock Street at Dundas Street. From left to right are: unidentified, Richard Norman Bassett (Mayor of Whitby), Henry Cockshutt (Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario).
  c.1930,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Cenotaph. There are several wreaths lying at the base of the cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street.
  November 11, 1939,   A black and white photograph of a group of Brownies at the cenotaph on Remembrance Day.
  November 11, 1948,   A black and white photograph of a plaque on the cenotaph. This plaque was dedicated on November 11, 1948 as part of the Remembrance Day ceremonies TOWN OF WHITBY ONTARIO TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND TO PERPETUATE THE MEMORY OF ALL THOSE OF THE TOWN OF WHITBY WHO SERVED IN THE GREAT WARS ...
  c.1925,   A black and white postcard of the Whitby cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street. It was dedicated on June 3, 1924. The frame house behind the monument was replaced by a brick house in 1929.
  c.1939,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Cenotaph. There are several wreaths lying at the base of the cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street.
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of the ceremony to dedicate the cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street and was unveiled by Colonel Henry Cockshutt, Ontario's Lieutenant-Governor, on June 3, 1924. This photo, taken from the Standard Bank...
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of planks leading up to the cenotaph that were used at the ceremony to dedicate the cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street and was unveiled by Colonel Henry Cockshutt, Ontario's Lieutenant-Governor, on June 3,...
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of a crowd in front of the Armories and cenotaph at the dedication ceremony. Two boys are standing close up at left. The cenotaph was erected at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street and was unveiled by Colonel Henry Cockshutt, Ontario's...
  June 3, 1924,   A black and white photograph of the cenotaph dedication ceremony. This picture was taken looking south on Brock Street from Dundas Street. The men in top hats are from left to right: Mayor Richard Norman Bassett and Ontario Lieutenant-Governor Henry Cockshutt. The cenotaph was erected at the...
  c.1945,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street. Names and dates of soldiers who died during the Second World War were not added until 1948.
  c.1924,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Cenotaph. The house behind the memorial at right was replaced by a brick house in 1929 for Dr. McDougall. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street.
  c.1924,   A black and white photograph of wreaths on the Whitby Cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street.
  c.1925,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Cenotaph. The house behind the memorial at right was replaced by a brick house in 1929 for Dr. McDougall. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street.
  July 24, 1937,   A black and white photograph of the Whitby Cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected in 1924 at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a crowd of people around the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a crowd of people around the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a crowd of people around the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a crowd of people around the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a crowd of people around the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a crowd of people around the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of two boys near the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a flag being raised at the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of a flag in front of the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of three men (veterans) in front of the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of three men (veterans) in front of the cenotaph at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  November 11, 1935,   A black and white photograph of people standing near a wall of a building. A bicycle is leaning against the building. This photo was taken at Remembrance Day in 1935.
  July 26, 1936,   A black and white photograph of people at the dedication of the cross ceremony at the Legion Plot in Groveside Cemetery. The soldiers' plot at Groveside Cemetery was established in 1933 and the wooden cross was replaced by a stone cross in 1959.
  October 24, 1937,   A black and white photograph of the cenotaph on the day of the Legion Drumhead Service.
  1950,   A black and white photograph of Ronald Kirk (on the left) and Robert Kirk (on the right) sitting on the steps of the Cenotaph. The cenotaph was erected at the south west corner of Dundas Street and Green Street and was unveiled by Colonel Henry Cockshutt, Ontario's Lieutenant-Governor, on June 3,...
  1976,   A colour photograph of Retired Sergeant James Wilde at the Whitby cenotaph. Mr. James (Jim) Wilde (1899-1984) was a veteran of the First and Second World Wars serving in France from 1916 to 1919 and England and France from 1941 to 1945. He was one of the founding members of the Royal Canadian...
  1976,   A colour photograph of Retired Sergeant James Wilde at the flag pole at the Whitby cenotaph. Mr. James (Jim) Wilde (1899-1984) was a veteran of the First and Second World Wars serving in France from 1916 to 1919 and England and France from 1941 to 1945. He was one of the founding members of the...

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