Grade 7 class at Bruce Street Public School, Milton, Ont.
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Three rows of students posed in front of windows of the school. The teacher, Mr. Lindsay is at the back left of the picture.
Notes
The school was demolished in 1973 and the Milton Public Library erected on the lot. Caption underneath the photograph reads "The grade 7 class, around 1919, included in the front row, Jim Gilbert, Douglas Sproat, Ernest Thompson, Edwin Hill, Gordon Ball, Gordon Downs, Willamine Dick, Murial Norris, Mable Dear, Isabel Campbell, Edythe Anderson. Second row, Jean Hadfield, Mary Ryder, Tootsie, Kelman, Marguerite Rolfe, Thelma Merkley, Annie Stewart, Kathleen Bardoe, Donelda Buck, Mary Holmes. Third row, teacher Mr. Lindsay, Joe Marks, Kenneth Marshall, Bob Murdock, Joe Graham, John Brush, Marshall Barton, Leonard Grey, George Board, and Jim Shepherd. Photo loaned by Mrs. Edyth Anderson Clement." Photograph taken from "An Indelible Imprint" by Jim Dills.
Publisher
Canadian Champion, 1972
Place of Publication
Milton, Ont.
Date of Original
c.1929
Date Of Event
c.1929
Dimensions
13 1/2 cm. x 7 1/4 cm.
Subject(s)
Local identifier
1846
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.51681 Longitude: -79.88294
Copyright Statement
Copyright © Milton Historical Society. All rights reserved.
Contact
Milton Historical Society
Email:info@miltonhistoricalsociety.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

16 James St.,

Milton, Ontario,

L9T 2P4.

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Grade 7 class at Bruce Street Public School, Milton, Ont.


Three rows of students posed in front of windows of the school. The teacher, Mr. Lindsay is at the back left of the picture.