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  • P. L. Robertson house
        L-R Miss Yarrington, Esther Stringer, in front Marguerite Stringer standing in front of P. L. Robertson's house in Milton.
      L-R Miss Yarrington, Esther Stringer, in front Marguerite Stringer standing in front ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Government shell inspectors at the P. L. Robertson Plant
        Government inspectors at the P. L. Robertson Plant in World War I
      Government inspectors at the P. L. Robertson Plant in World War I
    Milton Historical Society
  • Government examiners at The P. L. Robertson Plant
        Shells being examined at the P. L. Robertson Plant by government inspectors during World War I
      Shells being examined at the P. L. Robertson Plant by government inspectors ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Examining shells at the P. L. Robertson Mnfg. Co.
        Shells manufactured at The P. L. Robertson Mnfg. Co. during World War I being examined before being shipped out.
      Shells manufactured at The P. L. Robertson Mnfg. Co. during World War ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Grave of F/O Francis Charles Bowring
        Francis Charles Bowring was born in Milton, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowring. He enlisted in the air force in 1941. He was eventually attached to a squadron in Italy. His plane crashed near Termoli, Italy. He is buried in the Sangro River War Cemetery.
      Francis Charles Bowring was born in Milton, the son of Mr. and ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Frank Hadley, 1882-1871
        Frank Hadley was the son of Francis Hadley and Henrietta Fuller. He farmed for much of his life but also completed business studies and worked for the P. L.Robertson Manufacturing Co. for many years. He married Mabel Ida Wilson and they had two children. He died in 1971 and was ...
      Frank Hadley was the son of Francis Hadley and Henrietta Fuller. He ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Sidney Wilfred Gazley, 1896-1987
        Sidney Wilfred Gazley was born in Barrie, Ont., the son of Lawrence Gazley and Alice Kelly. In W.W.I. he joined the Flying Corps of the Canadian Forces and after the War became a police officer in Toronto. In 1919 he married Lina Swift. They had two children. He moved to ...
      Sidney Wilfred Gazley was born in Barrie, Ont., the son of Lawrence ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Sydney G. Childs, 1910-1981
        S. G. Childs was born in England and came to Canada with his parents when he was two years old. He was educated in Milton and worked for the P. L. Robertson Co. He was Mayor of Milton from 1958-1967. He was a member of St. Clair Masonic Lodge and ...
      S. G. Childs was born in England and came to Canada with ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Peter Lymburner Robertson, 1879-1951
        Inventor, manufacturer, writer
      Inventor, manufacturer, writer
    Milton Historical Society
  • Roger Hall Ptolemy, 1896-1973
        SCAN ONLY. For further information, see "Milton Area Biographies"...
      SCAN ONLY. For further information, see "Milton Area Biographies"...
    Milton Historical Society
  • House on Main Street next to St. Paul's United Church.
        The house was moved to Robert Street
      The house was moved to Robert Street
    Milton Historical Society
  • Main Street north from Brown Street, Milton
        View of Main Street north taken from the corner of Brown Street. It shows the house next to the church which was moved Robert Street and the section of Church building which housed the Sunday School and which was demolished to make way for the Christian Education Building.
      View of Main Street north taken from the corner of Brown Street. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Removal of the house on Main Street next to St. Paul's Church
        The house was removed to make way for the Christian Education Building. It was moved to Robert Street. The house had, at one time, been the home of P. L. Robertson.
      The house was removed to make way for the Christian Education Building. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Worker in the P. L. Robertson factory
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    Milton Historical Society
  • P. L. Robertson factory in winter
        In the distance to the left is the P. L. Robertson factory, Bronte Street towards the bottom crossing the railway tracks with a signal box in the distance.
      In the distance to the left is the P. L. Robertson factory, ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • The P. L. Robertson Mfg. Co. plant
        The P. L. Robertson Mfg Co. established its operation in this plant in 1907. Their product ...the Robertson Socket Head Screw ...was an invention of the proprietor and was so successful that it is still being sold today.
      The P. L. Robertson Mfg Co. established its operation in this plant ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Installing new boiler at the P. L. Robertson plant
        Plant engineer Jack Rush, second from left, supervised installation of new boiler in 1944.
      Plant engineer Jack Rush, second from left, supervised installation of new boiler ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • P. L. Robertson Screw factory in Milton
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    Milton Historical Society
  • The Gang at P. L. Robertson's
        SCAN ONLY...
      SCAN ONLY...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Memorial plaque on the public washrooms funded by P. L. Robertson's will.
        The plaque read "At the request of the late P. L. Robertson this building was erected by funds bequeathed for that purpose and is dedicated to the Town of Milton in perpetuity".
      The plaque read "At the request of the late P. L. Robertson ...
    Milton Historical Society
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Milton - P. L. Robertson Collection


Items connected with Peter Lymburner Robertson, inventor of the Robertson Screw