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ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.176-3 · Item · July 12, 1940
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of members of Edith Cavell Lodge No. 282, Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association during their annual 'walk' in downtown Sudbury, Ontario near the corner of Elm Street and Lorne Street. Marshal of Unity Lodge Herbert DeRusha is in the front on the right and County Marshal Elliott is marching beside him on the left.

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ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.176-4 · Item · July 12, 1940
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of members of Edith Cavell Lodge No. 282, Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association during their annual 'walk' in downtown Sudbury, Ontario near the corner of Lorne Street and Elm Street.

18 Gladstone Avenue
CA ON00126 F45-F45-0-4-F45-0-4-0-0-467 · Item · June 7, 1977
Part of Guelph Mercury fonds

This photograph shows the exterior of the home located at 18 Gladstone Avenue. The home was given a Heritage Award plaque by Professor Gordon Couling. The home was built in 1850 and was a derelict farm house before it was restored and renovated by Mr. Charles Bedford in 1940. It was one of the first historic homes to be save and restored from demolition.

This photograph is labelled April 22 - June 20, 1977 but was published June 7, 1977.

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ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.190-1 · Item · August 1940 (originally created July 1937)
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of four horses with their drivers harness racing while a crowd watches from behind a wooden fence at the Sudbury Riding and Driving Club track, located northeast of Sudbury, Ontario off of Garson Road. A small building has an advertisement for Sweet Caporal Cigarettes on the side of it.

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ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.191-3 · Item · September 1940
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of four copies of the Sudbury Star newspaper from September 1, 1939 and September 4, 1939, marking the start of World War II (WWII). The headlines on the September 1 newspapers read: 'Danzig Returns to Germany - German Troops invade Poland;' 'Britain and France Send Ultimatum to Berlin' and 'German Planes Drop Bombs on Centre of Polish Capital.' The September 4 headline reads 'World Shocked by German Sinking of Athena.'

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ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.191-1 · Item · September 2, 1940
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the 1940 cornerstone being laid in St. Andrew's United Church's Wesley Hall in Sudbury, Ontario by Oliver Commisso, who is lowering the cornerstone into place on a chain, and Amos DeCecco, who is guiding the stone into place. George Elliot, St. Andrew's United Church Official since 1891, can be seen standing with his back to the camera on the left and William Joseph Bell, Treasurer of St. Andrew's United Church since 1909, and Rev. E.S. Lautenslager, who is holding two books open in his hands, are standing to the right of Commisso.

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ON00120 023-1-.1-2-.191-2 · Item · September 2, 1940
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of, from left to right, William Allan, St. Andrews United Church Official since 1927; G.F. Eby, General Contractor for Wesley Hall; R.H. Martindale, St. Andrew's United Church Official since 1904; William Joseph Bell, Treasurer of St. Andrew's United Church since 1909; Rev. E.S. Lautenslager; George Elliot, St. Andrew's United Church Official since 1891 and J.G. Lowe, St. Andrew's United Church Official since 1904 at the St. Andrew's United Church Wesley Hall cornerstone laying ceremony.

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ON00120 023-1-.1-3-.194-1 · Item · November 21, 1941
Part of Sudbury Star

One image of two young moose, named Moose (left) and Silver (right), attached to a sulky advertising British American Autolene Oil outside the CKSO radio station in Sudbury, Ontario, where a crowd had gathered around them. The moose owner, Albert Vaillancourt (left), is being interviewed by CKSO radio announcer Jack McLaren (holding a microphone, center) and radio station operator Bill McLellan (right) before attending the annual Children's Aid Society carnival and motor show with the moose at Davison's Garage.

ON00120 038-1-8-11 · Item · February 15, 1952
Part of Brian Buckley

One image of a road in Levack, Ontario on the day of King George VI's funeral. Several buildings, a flag pole and two small dogs can be seen.

ON00120 038-1-8-6 · Item · February 1952
Part of Brian Buckley

One image of an outdoor skating rink in Levack, Ontario. Several men can be seen playing hockey on the ice while spectators stand around the outside of the rink. Various buildings can also be seen in the background.