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  • Board of Richmond Hill High School
    Image       Board of Richmond Hill High School in 1951. Front row: W.J. Mason, Mrs. A.E. McAlister, Sec. M.J. Kinnee, Chairman, Mrs. G.G.L. Hill B.A., Rev. F.J. McGinn. Back row: H.F. Collard, R. Watson, H.P. Charles, J. Maw, G.R. Blake, W.R. Dean.
    Image     Board of Richmond Hill High School in 1951. Front row: W.J. Mason, Mrs. A.E. McAlister, Sec. M.J. Kinnee, Chairman, Mrs. G.G.L. Hill B.A., Rev. F.J. McGinn. Back row: H.F. Collard, ...
  • Addition to Richmond Hill High School (1951)
    Image       A photograph of the Richmond Hill High School with the addition built in 1951.
    Image     A photograph of the Richmond Hill High School with the addition built in 1951.
  • Richmond Hill High School (1924)
    Image       A photograph of the renovated High School in Richmond Hill on Wright St.
    Image     A photograph of the renovated High School in Richmond Hill on Wright St.
  • Richmond Hill High School (1897)
    Image       A photograph of the Richmond Hill High School built at the corner of Yonge and Wright streets.
    Image     A photograph of the Richmond Hill High School built at the corner of Yonge and Wright streets.
  • Richmond Hill Public School (1849)
    Image       A photograph of the Richmond Hill Public School built in 1849. Picture taken in 1908.
    Image     A photograph of the Richmond Hill Public School built in 1849. Picture taken in 1908.
  • First School in Richmond Hill
    Image       A drawing of the first school in Richmond Hill established in an abandoned building in 1810.
    Image     A drawing of the first school in Richmond Hill established in an abandoned building in 1810.
  • Pupils of Richmond Hill School
    Image       Some pupils of Richmond Hill School in about 1912: Магу Hunt, Mabel Hagerman, Annie Ellis, Doris Innes, Lorretto Robinson, Mildred Wright, Madeline Cooper, Amy Smith, Cora Benson, Susie Blanchard, Thurza Kirkland, Rhoda Tuck, Mabel Sims, Hazel Monkman, Annie Marsh, Jno.Palmer, Geo. Wiley, Bob Mansbridge, Stan Ransom, Stewart Kidd, Roy McKenzie, ...
    Image     Some pupils of Richmond Hill School in about 1912: Магу Hunt, Mabel Hagerman, Annie Ellis, Doris Innes, Lorretto Robinson, Mildred Wright, Madeline Cooper, Amy Smith, Cora Benson, Susie Blanchard, Thurza ...
  • Pupils of Richmond Hill Public School
    Image       Boys of Richmond Hill Public School, October T9I3 . Teachers: Miss Trench, Mrs. McConagfhy, Mr. A.E. Lehhman.
    Image     Boys of Richmond Hill Public School, October T9I3 . Teachers: Miss Trench, Mrs. McConagfhy, Mr. A.E. Lehhman.
  • Staff of Richmond Hill High School
    Image       Staff of Richmond Hill District High School in 1951. Front row:Miss E.W.Izzard,B.A., Miss P.R. Кearns, В.A., Mrs. В.J. Hurson, B.A., Mrs. G. Dawson (Principal’s Secretary) Principal A.S. Elson, B.A., Mrs. E.A. McAlister, Mrs. E. von den Hoek, B.A., Miss F.B. Hurst, В.A. Back row: J.R. Cross, B.A., E. Lazar, B.A., ...
    Image     Staff of Richmond Hill District High School in 1951. Front row:Miss E.W.Izzard,B.A., Miss P.R. Кearns, В.A., Mrs. В.J. Hurson, B.A., Mrs. G. Dawson (Principal’s Secretary) Principal A.S. Elson, B.A., Mrs. ...
  • Schools of Richmond Hill
    Exhibit       This essay outlines the history of education in Richmond Hill, Ont., focusing on the school buildings and the formation of the Board of Education.
    Exhibit     This essay outlines the history of education in Richmond Hill, Ont., focusing on the school buildings and the formation of the Board of Education.
  • The Cenotaph
    Image       War Memorial, Richmond Hill, Ontario - 7
    Image     War Memorial, Richmond Hill, Ontario - 7
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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.