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Edgeley, Ontario post office

Photograph showing the first and only location of the Edgeley post office which was also the general store. It was located on the south east corner of Thornhill Sideroad and the Fifth Concession of Vaughan Township, Ontario, now Hwy. 7 and Jane St. Mr. L. Arthur Whitmore, postmaster and general store owner, is seen here putting groceries in a buggy. In the buggy on the right is his father-in-law, William Reid, an Edgeley blacksmith, who was ready to leave for Concord to pick up the mail from the train at the Thornhill station. The Edgeley post office and store was closed on July 12, 1960. It was demolished when Jane St was widened and paved in 1965.

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Series consists of photograhs depicting the people and places of early Vaughan as well as the post offices throughout Vaughan Township (Norberta wrote a book Chatting About the Post Offices of Vaughan Township, Ontario, published 1983), Norberta was also a long-time journalist with the Woodbridge and Vaughan News and thus some of the photos she used in her articles can also be found in this series.

Trinity College School Photograph Collection

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  • 1865 - ?

Collection consists of photographs documenting the organizational activities of Trinity College School. Included are annual photographs of athletic teams, extra-curricular clubs, and student leadership groups; candid photographs taken by staff and students of the School; photographs of students and alumni who served in WWI and WWII; photographs documenting the construction and history of the School’s buildings; and photographs of faculty and staff of Trinity College School.

Trinity College School