Showing 189 results

Archival description
Brampton
Print preview View:

168 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

The Growler

File consists of a satirical newspaper called "The Growler". The title was apparently printed weekly on Saturday afternoons.

While the item lists "Quirk, Gammon & Snap" as its editors, it was a project of the Brampton Times editor and his son, George and Luther "Lou" Tye.

Might family fonds

  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1860] - [ca. 1900]

Fonds consists of cabinet photographs, carte de visites and one tintype, all portraits of members of the Might family of Brampton and their relatives. The donor provided annotations regarding identities on tags attached to the photographs whose subjects were known to them. These were removed and photocopied along with the corresponding photograph; photocopies are included with the fonds. The subjects of some of the portraits are unknown. The first file contains identified portraits, the second unidentifed.

Public School, Brampton, Ont.

Item consists of a postcard showing the school, inset. Front reads: "Dear Mary, Are you ever going to come back to Brampton? Really, I think it is time. You would hardly know the old town now, it has grown to [sic] much this summer, new houses are going up all over. I have been going to write to you this long time."

[Unidentified band]

Item consists of a real photo technique postcard of an unidentified band. On the verso, "Brampton, Ont Band" is written, but the source of that identification is unknown. May have been printed by a company called "CyKo".

Main St, Brampton, Ont.

Item consists of a photographic postcard of downtown Brampton, showing the British Union Jack, Canadian Red Ensign, and a coat of arms. Inscribed "Copyrighted by Atkinson Bros. 1905".

Atkinson Bros.

Brampton

Item consists of a postcard with a generic reproduction of a watercolour painting of a flower, to which the name "Brampton" has been added.

Results 1 to 20 of 189