Getting around
Records

Results

We found
11
matching items
Geographic Location
Milton
  
Groups
Getting around
  
  • Milton Park showing G. T. R. Bridge
        Photograph of two men in canoe on pond with railway bridge in background and trees on either side of the picture. Photograph pasted on decorated board. Black and white but hand-coloured. Labelled "View in Milton Park, showing G.T.R. Bridge".
      Photograph of two men in canoe on pond with railway bridge in ...
  • M. Walsh Livery Stables
        Horse and waggon with passengers standing outside M. Walsh Livery Stables.
      Horse and waggon with passengers standing outside M. Walsh Livery Stables.
  • Miss C. Campbell in horse and buggy
        Lady in pale coloured dress driving horse and buggy
      Lady in pale coloured dress driving horse and buggy
  • Miss Elizabeth Bastedo.  Artist. 1850-1935
        Elizabeth Bastedo was the daughter of Jacob Bastedo and Hepzibah Chilver. She was a professional artist. For further information see "Milton area biographies, Vol. II" by Alex Cooke...
      Elizabeth Bastedo was the daughter of Jacob Bastedo and Hepzibah Chilver. She ...
  • Mabel Wharton and G. McNabb
        On the front is written 'Mable Wharton - G. McNabb'
      On the front is written 'Mable Wharton - G. McNabb'
  • Man and three women in car
  • Two men and car
        Young man at wheel of car, older man standing by side of car
      Young man at wheel of car, older man standing by side of ...
  • Carl Saunders in car
        Carl Saunders and two women in car
      Carl Saunders and two women in car
  • Man and girl on bike
        Man riding bike with young girl sitting on handlebars
      Man riding bike with young girl sitting on handlebars
  • Four women rowing boat
        Probably taken on the Mill Pond in Milton...
      Probably taken on the Mill Pond in Milton...
  • 191 Margaret Street, Milton, Ont.
        View of the house on Margaret Street built in 1856 by John Sproat and subsequently owned by Thomas C. Matheson, Thomas C. Livingston (who developed the acreage into Livingston Park), P. L. Robertson, and Mr. and Mrs. Kernighan. Mrs. Kernighan donated the property to the Town of Milton and is ...
      View of the house on Margaret Street built in 1856 by John ...
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit




My favourites lets you save items you like, tag them and group them into collections for your own personal use. Viewing "My favourites" will open in a new tab. Login here or start a My favourites account.

thumbnail








Getting around