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  • A booklet with information on Trinity United Church
        A booklet with information on Trinity United Church Source: Unknown Acquired: November 2007
      A booklet with information on Trinity United Church Source: Unknown Acquired: November ...
  • Presbyterianism In Cobourg
        Presbyterianism In Cobourg Source: Cobourg World, Friday, December 14, 1894 Acquired: January 2008
      Presbyterianism In Cobourg Source: Cobourg World, Friday, December 14, 1894 Acquired: January ...
  • Special Commercial Class, Cobourg Collegiate Institute
        Teacher: Mr. Wilson Student, left to right: Top Row: -?-; Hoskin, Jean; Harper, Emily; May, Rita; -?-; Evans, Grace; -?-; -?-; -?-; McCaughey, Mildred; Middle Row: O'Grady, Rosalie; Fowler, ?; Flanaghan, ?; Roddy, Anna; Dodge, (Marie?); Caton, Alice; Crossen, Grace; Front Row: Lean, Eileen; Moyse, Dorothy; Moyse, Marjorie; -?-; Bird, ...
      Teacher: Mr. Wilson Student, left to right: Top Row: -?-; Hoskin, Jean; ...
  • General Foods Limited
        General Foods Limited 25 Year Club dinner meeting.
      General Foods Limited 25 Year Club dinner meeting.
  • First newspaper office in Cobourg
        The first newspaper in Cobourg was known as the Cobourg Star and Newcastle General Advertiser and had it's first issue on January 11, 1831. The first editor was R.D.Chatterton and there were over 500 subscribers.
      The first newspaper in Cobourg was known as the Cobourg Star and ...
  • Cobourg Memorial Arena
        Furnace Street.
      Furnace Street.
  • Strathmore (Brookside School)
        Judge George Mackenzie Clark, a successful lawyer, local politician, staunch Conservative, and personal friend of Sir John A. Macdonald, purchased the future site of Brookside School in 1869. His wife was the daughter of William Weller. Initially this purchase totaled 180 acres, but it was immediately subdivided into smaller parcels ...
      Judge George Mackenzie Clark, a successful lawyer, local politician, staunch Conservative, and ...
  • Hamilton House
        Was located west of what if now known as Pebble Beach Drive.
      Was located west of what if now known as Pebble Beach Drive.
  • Harbour, Cobourg, Ont., Canada
        "Harbor, Cobourg, Ont., Canada" "105,921" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain"
      "Harbor, Cobourg, Ont., Canada" "105,921" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., ...
  • Old Scotch Kirk Cemetery
        The boy in front is Edwin Guillet, son of E.C. Guillet.The old Scotch Kirk was located on King St. West at Ontario St.
      The boy in front is Edwin Guillet, son of E.C. Guillet.The old ...
  • Diocesan Theological Institute in Cobourg
        In 1842, Bishop John Strachan founded the Diocesan Theological Institute in Cobourg, an Anglican seminary that became integrated into the University of Trinity College in Toronto in 1852. It fell under the direction of his friend and former pupil, the Reverend Alexander Neil Bethune. The Trinity College Literary Institute, one ...
      In 1842, Bishop John Strachan founded the Diocesan Theological Institute in Cobourg, ...
  • Calvary Baptist Church, King St. West, Cobourg
        Located at 237 Ball St.
      Located at 237 Ball St.
  • Military
        "Do you remember when this was taken?" "Cobourg, June 4th" Name and address: Sergt. [W]uger, 189th -----att,Barr[s]f--d
      "Do you remember when this was taken?" "Cobourg, June 4th" Name and ...
  • Cobourg Heavy Battery en route to the West Coast
        King St. in Cobourg, Ontario.
      King St. in Cobourg, Ontario.
  • New Public School (Central Public School)
        New Public School was built in 1906.
      New Public School was built in 1906.
  • Thomas Gillbard Public School
        Thomas Gillbard School.
      Thomas Gillbard School.
  • T. R. Harvey Grocery Store
        Robert Harvey is on the right. He was born in 1880. The gentleman on the left is Arthur Hayden a clerk in the Harvey store who in the 1930`s had a grocery store at the corner of King and Ontario St. known as Barney Lilly`s.
      Robert Harvey is on the right. He was born in 1880. The ...
  • Archie Perk's Ice Cream Shop
        Annie Lawlor in back
      Annie Lawlor in back
  • Balmoral Hotel Bar
        Bartender Fred Cockburn; Ed McCurdy also behind bar. Among the partons is the hostler of the hotel (with white sideburns, 2nd from left)
      Bartender Fred Cockburn; Ed McCurdy also behind bar. Among the partons is ...
  • Bank of Toronto
        Behind the grill is Mr. Ross of Port Hope. Mr. George Mitchell (with beard) from Baltimore, Ont. and Reeve of Hamilton Township, is in the left foreground. The gentleman standing with him is possibly his brother Thomas. The fourth man is unknown.
      Behind the grill is Mr. Ross of Port Hope. Mr. George Mitchell ...
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