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14-004 Box 001 Envelope Item 002 · File
Part of Joyce Anderson fonds

Images on the postcards depict several Ontario locations including: Alvinston, Balsam Lake, Bobcaygeon, Buckhorn, Burleigh Falls, Burlington, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes, Lakefield, Lindsay, Nogie’s Creek, Orono, the Otonabee River, Owen Sound, Peterborough, Whitby, and Young’s Point; also featured are local landmarks such as hospitals, churches, schools, stores, Jackson Park (Peterborough), Peterborough Lift Lock, and the Lift Lock (Victoria Road); one postcard features “Benjamin West’s Painting of William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians.” While some of the postcards are blank, many are addressed to various Grant family members; postmarks range from 1907 to 1949.

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Part of Edwin C. Guillet fonds

The Guillet papers are extraordinarily rich in photographs. Guillet (1898-1975) was born at Cobourg, Ontario and educated at the University of Toronto. He was the author of many books including Valley of the Trent, published in 1957. During the course of his research, Guillet collected photographs of local settlers and scenes, a few of which are reproduced here.

The Moodie Family, n.d.
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Part of Edwin C. Guillet fonds

The Guillet papers are extraordinarily rich in photographs. Guillet (1898-1975) was born at Cobourg, Ontario and educated at the University of Toronto. He was the author of many books including Valley of the Trent, published in 1957. During the course of his research, Guillet collected photographs of local settlers and scenes, a few of which are reproduced here.

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Part of Edwin C. Guillet fonds

The Guillet papers are extraordinarily rich in photographs. Guillet (1898-1975) was born at Cobourg, Ontario and educated at the University of Toronto. He was the author of many books including Valley of the Trent, published in 1957. During the course of his research, Guillet collected photographs of local settlers and scenes, a few of which are reproduced here.