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  • Parker Crosby
    Image       A copy of a photograph of Parker Crosby, owner of a dry goods store destroyed in the disastrous fire of April 1866.
    Image     A copy of a photograph of Parker Crosby, owner of a dry goods store destroyed in the disastrous fire of April 1866.
  • Frank Sims
    Image       A photograph of Frank Sims modelling a uniform worn by a volunteer with the Richmond Hill Fire Brigade.
    Image     A photograph of Frank Sims modelling a uniform worn by a volunteer with the Richmond Hill Fire Brigade.
  • Dr. Rolph Langstaff
    Image       Dr. Rolph Langstaff, with his housekeeper and her husband, on the front lawn of the Langstaff home, medical office, and village "hospital," circa 1895. The house was built in 1849, facing Yonge Street; in the twentieth century it was moved to the rear of the property, and today faces Hall ...
    Image     Dr. Rolph Langstaff, with his housekeeper and her husband, on the front lawn of the Langstaff home, medical office, and village "hospital," circa 1895. The house was built in 1849, ...
  • Susannah Maxwell
    Image       A photograph of Susannah Maxwell, Richmond Hill's and Canada's oldest citizen at the time of her death.
    Image     A photograph of Susannah Maxwell, Richmond Hill's and Canada's oldest citizen at the time of her death.
  • P. G. Savage and his family
    Image       A photograph of the P.G. Savage family of Richmond Hill. Left to right are Palmer (son of Will), Mrs. Will (Palmer) Savage, Armand with his son Peter, Susan (Mrs. Armand) Savage, Albert, William, and Mrs. Albert Savage with her son Keith. Seated are P.G. (Peter Gould) Savage and his second ...
    Image     A photograph of the P.G. Savage family of Richmond Hill. Left to right are Palmer (son of Will), Mrs. Will (Palmer) Savage, Armand with his son Peter, Susan (Mrs. Armand) ...
  • Dr. Lillian Langstaff
    Image       A photograph of Dr. Lillian Langstaff, guest speaker at the inaugural meeting of the Women's Institute in 1913 and member of the Horticultural Society's first Flower Show Committee.
    Image     A photograph of Dr. Lillian Langstaff, guest speaker at the inaugural meeting of the Women's Institute in 1913 and member of the Horticultural Society's first Flower Show Committee.
  • Dunlop family
    Image       A photograph of the John H. Dunlop family in front of the house built by Amos Wright.
    Image     A photograph of the John H. Dunlop family in front of the house built by Amos Wright.
  • Group of people on the Trench lawn
    Image       A photograph taken on the Trench lawn on May 24, 1949. Standing left to right are: J. Toffins, T. Lemon, unknown, F. Hopper, Armand Savage, M. Hall, H. Sanderson. Kneeling left to right are: Thomas Trench, Will Savage, George Hopper, John Sanderson, George Sims, S. Metcalfe.
    Image     A photograph taken on the Trench lawn on May 24, 1949. Standing left to right are: J. Toffins, T. Lemon, unknown, F. Hopper, Armand Savage, M. Hall, H. Sanderson. Kneeling ...
  • CNR station in Richmond Hill
    Image       A photograph of the CNR station in Richmond Hill, Ont. Bob Edmunds and John Tracy are on their bikes. The boxes on the wagon contain roses ready for shipping.
    Image     A photograph of the CNR station in Richmond Hill, Ont. Bob Edmunds and John Tracy are on their bikes. The boxes on the wagon contain roses ready for shipping.
  • Reverend James Grant and his family
    Image       A photograph of Reverend James Grant and his family in front of the Presbyterian manse. On the left is Mrs. Grant's sister Hedley MacKay Pentland, then Jessie Grant, and Rev. Grant. The baby on the lawn is the Grants' son Robert.
    Image     A photograph of Reverend James Grant and his family in front of the Presbyterian manse. On the left is Mrs. Grant's sister Hedley MacKay Pentland, then Jessie Grant, and Rev. ...
  • Amos Wright family
    Image       A photograph of the Amos J. Wright family on the front lawn of the house built by Abraham Law in 1832. Left to right are Osmond, Lucetta, Lucetta Alene Olive, Amos, and Myrtal. Amos J. Wright's wife Lucetta was the daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth Law. The photo was likely ...
    Image     A photograph of the Amos J. Wright family on the front lawn of the house built by Abraham Law in 1832. Left to right are Osmond, Lucetta, Lucetta Alene Olive, ...
  • Photo of a lacrosse team
    Image       An unidentified photo of a lacrosse team photographed on Arnold St.
    Image     An unidentified photo of a lacrosse team photographed on Arnold St.
  • Employees of Newton Tanning Company
    Imagemystery       A photograph of employees of the Newton Tanning Company. Back row, left to right: unknown, N. Garness, Geo Sims, Sr., S. Kirkland, Bertram Newton, unknown, [?] Garbutt, unknown, George Hopper, and Tom Newton. Front row: Dave Mckenzie, unknown, J. Brydon, A. Hamilton, unknown, F. Dolen, unknown, Andrew Newton, C. Skeele, ...
    Imagemystery     A photograph of employees of the Newton Tanning Company. Back row, left to right: unknown, N. Garness, Geo Sims, Sr., S. Kirkland, Bertram Newton, unknown, [?] Garbutt, unknown, George Hopper, ...
  • Abraham Law
    Image       1245 Queen St. West Worthington Toronto
    Image     1245 Queen St. West Worthington Toronto
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