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Postcard Showing The "City Dairy" Sleigh in Toronto. 
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Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Oakville Dairy Cart, 1917 
Image    The Oakville Dairy delivered milk to Oakville residents, and was operated by Sherman G. Powley.
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Oakville Dairy Staff 
Image    Oakville Dairy, belonging to S.G. Powley, at Sumner and Allen streets in Oakville. This photo was taken in 1917 or 1918. R-L; Mr. Sherman G. Powley (by the horse) ?, ?, Smallest boy is Warren Powley, and next to him his mother Mrs. Elishia Powley.
Trafalgar Township Historical Society
Train Station (Detail) 
Image    Georgetown Train Station. Acrowded scene with horse carts loaded with milk jugs.
Esquesing Historical Society
Creamery Staff, 1920 
Image  1920  Georgetown Creamery Staff. Writing on the bottom of the photograph reads: "Georgetown Creamery Staff, 1920. [?], Buttermaker, Cream Collector, Manager, Bookkeeper, Buttermaker, Buttermaker, Accountant." Physical details: modern print, glossy black and white copy of an older original.Original was...
Esquesing Historical Society
Georgetown Dairy 
Image  c. 1950  Side view of the Georgetown Dairy on Main Street South, Georgetown. The location of Georgetown Dairy was formerly the Toronto Suburban Railway station.
Esquesing Historical Society
Georgetown Dairy 
Image  c. 1950  Front view of the Georgetown Dairy at 29 Main Street South, Georgetown. The location of Georgetown Dairy was formerly the Toronto Suburban Railway station.
Esquesing Historical Society
Irwin Noble outside Georgetown Dairy. 
Image  c. 1950  Irwin Noble poses with his horse and milk wagon outside the Georgetown Dairy (the former Radial Railway station). The location of Georgetown Dairy was formerly the Radial Railway station.
Esquesing Historical Society
Georgetown Dairy 
Image  1960  Georgetown Dairy showing their new fleet of trucks at their new dairy on the south-west corner of Maple Avenue and Guelph Street, Georgetown.
Esquesing Historical Society
The staff of the Georgetown Creamery 
Image  1920  The staff on the loading dock of the Georgetown Creamery, owned by Morris Saxe. It stood on Guelph Street below St. George's Church. Also see PhotoNumber=11533 Writing on the bottom of the photograph reads: "Georgetown Creamery Staff, 1920. [?], Buttermaker, Cream Collector, Manager, Bookkeeper,...
Esquesing Historical Society
Georgetown Creamery 
Image  1920's  Truck belonging to the Georgetown Creamery decorated for the Fall Fair by driver Jimmy Woods who won first prize. Jimmy Woods died in 1942.
Esquesing Historical Society
Howard Tarzwell Inspecting Milk Station. 
Image  19 May 1966  Howard Tarzwell inspecting milk station.
Esquesing Historical Society
Super milk on way to Africa : Sudanese youngsters to benefit from Oakville product 
Newspapers  "Super milk on way to Africa : Sudanese youngsters to benefit from Oakville product," Oakville Beaver, 14 Aug 1998, p. 3 
Oakville Public Library
Top milk man 
 
Newspapers  "Top milk man ," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 8 Feb 2006, p. 3 
Halton Hills Public Library
Top milk man 
Newspapers  "Top milk man," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 8 Feb 2006, p. 3 
Halton Hills Public Library
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