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  • Letter from Toronto Transportation Commission
    Text       A letter of the Toronto Transportation Commission to Mrs. L.W. Zuefelt concerning her request of information related to the history of Richmond Hill.
    Text     A letter of the Toronto Transportation Commission to Mrs. L.W. Zuefelt concerning her request of information related to the history of Richmond Hill.
  • Letter written by Mr. Kinnear
    Image       To Mr. Newton Dear Sir, I have been put into a state of annoyance by Hugh Glass’s wife sending up an account she has trumped up against Mrs. Higgins. She has rendered Mrs. H. perfectly useless and ill, and as I mast go into Toronto tomorrow cost what will you ...
    Image     To Mr. Newton Dear Sir, I have been put into a state of annoyance by Hugh Glass’s wife sending up an account she has trumped up against Mrs. Higgins. She ...
  • Memorandum given to James Newton before his departure for Canada
    Text       Front side: Wallaces Green Berwick upon Tweed 13th May 1833 Memorandum For Mr. James Newton as he is going to North America for him to be so good as write to me in the course of the summer 1835 - and let me know how they are all making out ...
    Text     Front side: Wallaces Green Berwick upon Tweed 13th May 1833 Memorandum For Mr. James Newton as he is going to North America for him to be so good as write ...
  • Letter written by Colonel Robert Moodie
    Text       A letter written by Colonel Moodie to James Newton concerning rent of a room in a house.
    Text     A letter written by Colonel Moodie to James Newton concerning rent of a room in a house.
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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.