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  • Reminiscences of Dr. Langstaff
  • Prize-winning speech given by Bruce Langstaff
        Prize-winning speech given by Bruce Langstaff, Richmond Hill Public School, February, 1952.
      Prize-winning speech given by Bruce Langstaff, Richmond Hill Public School, February, 1952.
  • Riemann family tree
        Jacob Riemann's family tree showing his descendants who resided in Richmond Hill.
      Jacob Riemann's family tree showing his descendants who resided in Richmond Hill.
  • Trench family of Richmond Hill
        A history of Trench family of Richmond Hill written by W.D.T. Atkinson.
      A history of Trench family of Richmond Hill written by W.D.T. Atkinson.
  • Atkinson family of Richmond Hill
        A history of Atkinson family of Richmond Hill written for The Tweedsmuir History by W. Donald T. Atkinson, Principal Glebe Collegiate, Ottawa.
      A history of Atkinson family of Richmond Hill written for The Tweedsmuir ...
  • Valentine card
        Stoney Creek March 8th/56 My Dear Miss Grace Rosevenor A little word in kindness spoken A motion or a tear as often healed that's and made a friend sincere a word a look as brushed to carth full many a beeding [?] flower which had smiled but owned its birth ...
      Stoney Creek March 8th/56 My Dear Miss Grace Rosevenor A little word ...
  • Important Incident of 1837 Rebellion
        An article from "The Liberal" newspaper describes the incident of the 1837 Rebellion known as the Battle of Montgomery's Tavern.
      An article from "The Liberal" newspaper describes the incident of the 1837 ...
  • James Newton's contract of employment
        July 8 1835 I do here by to do all the carpenter and joiner work of every description of Mr. Smith's House glazing included in a substantial and workman like manner for the sum of one hundred and fifteen pounds currency according to the plan and specification James Newton
      July 8 1835 I do here by to do all the carpenter ...
  • The Kinnear murder
        A description of the events pertaining to the murder of Captain Kinnear of Richmond Hill in 1843.
      A description of the events pertaining to the murder of Captain Kinnear ...
  • Kinnear Home
        A photograph of the Kinnear Home, Lot 52, Yonge St.
      A photograph of the Kinnear Home, Lot 52, Yonge St.
  • Mahoney family
        A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney, their children and grandchildren. The family lived at the end of Mill St. across the Phipps house. Mr. Mahoney worked at the Patterson plant for $1.50 a day.
      A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney, their children and grandchildren. ...
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Furey
        A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. William Furey, who resided on Trench Street in the house that was later occupied by Norman Brown. Mr. Furey had been in the Northwest Rebellion. The brick for this house was made in the yard immediately east of it. The house was bought by ...
      A photograph of Mr. and Mrs. William Furey, who resided on Trench ...
  • Jerry Smith
        A photograph of Jerry Smith, a renowned watchmaker.
      A photograph of Jerry Smith, a renowned watchmaker.
  • Russell Lynett
        A photograph of Russell Lynett.
      A photograph of Russell Lynett.
  • Reeve J. A. Greene
        A photograph of Reeve J. A. Greene, the first reeve of Richmond Hill to die while holding office.
      A photograph of Reeve J. A. Greene, the first reeve of Richmond ...
  • Post Office in Richmond Hill
        A photograph of Post Office in Richmond Hill.
      A photograph of Post Office in Richmond Hill.
  • Richmond Hill Lacrosse Team
        A photograph of the Richmond Hill Lacrosse Team.
      A photograph of the Richmond Hill Lacrosse Team.
  • Royal visit to Richmond Hill
        A photograph of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on a train passing through Richmond Hill.
      A photograph of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth on a train ...
  • Helicopter
        A photograph of a helicopter that delivered 3,000 letters during Stamp Day celebration in Richmond Hill.
      A photograph of a helicopter that delivered 3,000 letters during Stamp Day ...
  • Pony rider
        A photograph of a pony rider who delivered 300 letters during Stamp Day in Richmond Hill.
      A photograph of a pony rider who delivered 300 letters during Stamp ...
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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.