Junior scholars at Bruce Street School, Milton, Ont.
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Five rows of children posed in front of wall of the school.
The school was demolished in 1973 and the Milton Public Library erected on the lot. Photograph taken from "An Indelible Imprint" by Jim Dills. Caption below the photograph reads "Joe Willmott loaned this photo of junior scholars in 1894, but he didn't know many of the names. But the Champion discovered the photo had run in the paper several years ago, courtesy of the late Miss Myrtle Field, and a complete list of names was found. Front row, Norman White, Alf Bastedo (the first Milton soldier killed in the first war), John Durrant, Cecil Earl, William Atkinson, Wallace McCollom, Ford Faulkner, Russell Lavery. Second row, B. McCowan, May Dalton, Gert Hughes, W. Wagge, Grace Smith, Marion Panton, May Coxe, Edna Laing, R. Bodrau, E. Jones, Jessie Waldie. Third row, H. Codnam, J. Campbell, L. Snow, Pearl Main, M. Champman, M. Armstrong, Bess Johnson, Mildred Sproule, M. Holmes, Grace Berry, May Stevenson, E. Keinery. Fourth row, Gert McIntosh, Eva Hemstreet, Lyle Campbell, A. Landsboro,, Mary Robinson, A. McCowan, D. Northwood, Hugh Earl, J. Manday, Ed Young, Joe Wagge, Ed Armstrong. Fifth row, Clarence Turner, Roy Field, M. Clements, George Barry, W. Crozier, Tom Bradley, George Timbers. Principal Billy Inman is pictured behind the fourth row."
The Canadian Champion, 1972
Place of Publication
Milton, Ont.
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14 1/2 cm. x 7 1/2 cm.
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.51681 Longitude: -79.88294
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16 James St.,

Milton, Ontario,

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Junior scholars at Bruce Street School, Milton, Ont.

Five rows of children posed in front of wall of the school.