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  • United States Postal Card
    Image       United States Postal Card Nothing but the address to be on this side Theo. V. Law, M. D. Health Officer, Dearborn Report of Infectious Disease. Date, 189 . Name of Patient, in full Age of Patient No. and Street, exact Name of Disease Place where children from that house attend ...
    Image     United States Postal Card Nothing but the address to be on this side Theo. V. Law, M. D. Health Officer, Dearborn Report of Infectious Disease. Date, 189 . Name of ...
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Amos Wright Collection


Amos Wright (1809-1881) was elected as the first reeve of Markham Township in 1850. He was member of Parliament for East York from 1851-67, and chairman of the October 1857 meeting that supported the incorporation of Richmond Hill as a village. His collection includes more than 50 original documents: photographs, personal and business letters, notes, genealogical records, certificates, and small artifacts.