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  • Map of Richmond Hill
    Image       1. Waterworks 2. Water tower 3. High School 4. Funeral Parlour 5. R.H.Hairy 6. Tennis Court 7. Municipal building, Library, Police Office, Fire Hall 8. Post Office 9. Public School 10. Cemetery 11. Presbytarian Church 12. Anglican Church 13. Richmond Theater, Liberal Printing Office, Bowling Alley 14. Bank of Commerce ...
    Image     1. Waterworks 2. Water tower 3. High School 4. Funeral Parlour 5. R.H.Hairy 6. Tennis Court 7. Municipal building, Library, Police Office, Fire Hall 8. Post Office 9. Public School ...
  • 40th anniversary of Richmond Hill Women's Institute
    Image       A photograph of head table guests at 40th anniversary of Richmond Hill Women's Institute. Front row (left to right): Mrs. A. L. Phipps, Past President; Mrs. G. Francey, East York; Mrs. C. Agnew, West York; Mrs. H.H. McKay, President; Mrs. N. Glass; Mrs. R. Cooper. Back row (left to right): ...
    Image     A photograph of head table guests at 40th anniversary of Richmond Hill Women's Institute. Front row (left to right): Mrs. A. L. Phipps, Past President; Mrs. G. Francey, East York; ...
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Tweedsmuir History


Tweedsmuir Histories were perhaps the first “organized”, although amateur approach to recording local history. The idea was articulated by Susan Buchan, Baroness Tweedsmuir, who was the wife of John Buchan, Baron Tweedsmuir, and Governor General of Canada in 1935-1940. This digital collection contains materials from the scrapbook compiled by the members of the Richmond Hill Branch of Women's Institute. The include photographs, maps, reports, programs, and historical essays.