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  • The home of George Gollop c1920?
        The home of George Gollop. Description on back of photo reads: "This home, built by Dr. Benjamin Gollop, a Dentist, and later sold to his brother George, was built in the early 1900's. When Geordie came back to the Village from Nebraska where he operated a small business, he planted ...
      The home of George Gollop. Description on back of photo reads: "This ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • The home of Dr. and Mrs. Webster c1930?
        The home of Dr. and Mrs. Webster. Description on back of photo: " This spacious home of Dr. and Mrs. Webster was the pride and joy of its owners. Dr. Webster, born in Ireland in the early 1840's, came to Canada with his parents as a small child. Good schooling ...
      The home of Dr. and Mrs. Webster. Description on back of photo: ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • View from Pinecrest Ridge, c. 1900
        Norval on the Credit photo from Pinecrest Ridge. Text on back reads: "This photo taken from the Pinecrest Ridge, shows the old Drill Shed, the Iron Bridge at the end of Noble's Lane, and Russell's pines on the crest of the far hill. The whirlpool, immediately below the bridge was ...
      Norval on the Credit photo from Pinecrest Ridge. Text on back reads: ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Interior of Dr. Sam Webster's House, 1895
        Norval on the Credit Interior of Dr. Sam Webster's home; Text on back reads: "Interior of Dr. Sam Webster's home, 1895, a glimpse of Victorian elegance. Seated at the piano is the Dr.'s wife, the former Belle Gollop, resplendent in a gown purchased at the World's fair in Chicago in ...
      Norval on the Credit Interior of Dr. Sam Webster's home; Text on ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Home of Dr. Sam Webster, 1925
        Text on back reads: "Dr.Webster's home, 1925. In the foreground are Doris and Connie Greenwood, daughters of Leonard Greenwood, manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia, situated on the south east of the main corner. The gingerbread on the house, the wide open porch, a sun room upstairs, and a ...
      Text on back reads: "Dr.Webster's home, 1925. In the foreground are Doris ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
  • Home of Dr. Webster, late 1800s
        Text on back reads: "This spacious home of Dr. & Mrs. Webster was the pride and joy of its owners. Dr. Webster, born in Ireland in the early 1840s, came to Canada with his parents as a small child. Good schooling was provided for him, he first worked for a ...
      Text on back reads: "This spacious home of Dr. & Mrs. Webster ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
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Dr Websters Home - Norval Postcards


A series of postcards with annotations...