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  • Bronte Harbour
        Description of the photograph can be found on the reverse side.
      Description of the photograph can be found on the reverse side.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Harbour from No. 2 Highway Bridge
        Reverse side reads: "Howdy, purty country up here but it is colder than a well-diggers fanny! Regards and all, Vera"
      Reverse side reads: "Howdy, purty country up here but it is colder ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Central Command Headquarters
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Hazel, Having a nice time here. Hoping to see you soon. Remember m to your Mother & Dad. Nan"
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Hazel, Having a nice time here. Hoping to ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Oakville Trafalgar High School
        Oakville Trafalgar High School at its Reynolds Street location, between 1946 and 1992.
      Oakville Trafalgar High School at its Reynolds Street location, between 1946 and ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Lakeside Park
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Arthur, Hope you are coming along well. Just been to PO but no letter yet. Hope to see you soon if possible. All well at home. Had a nice trip Sunday. Well this is all from us. May"
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Arthur, Hope you are coming along well. Just ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Lakeshore Park, Oakville, Ont
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Cousins, Just a PC to say Jack is about again, so all is well this side. How are you all, I expect busy as usual. Hope you get the papers alright. Is Billy still there with you? Love to all and my baby Alec. Your affect. ...
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Cousins, Just a PC to say Jack is ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • River Scene, Oakville, Ont
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Luniel, Am heading for Niagara Falls. Rito Sone"
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Luniel, Am heading for Niagara Falls. Rito Sone"
    Oakville Public Library
  • Lakeshore Park "Lake Front", Oakville, Ont
        Reverse reads: "Dear Old Jane: How the devil are ye? I'm just that messy. Hope to see you Saturday. Love Bertha P.S. Harold's coming out for me on Saturday."
      Reverse reads: "Dear Old Jane: How the devil are ye? I'm just ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • King George Arch Bridge
        Reverse reads: "This bridge is a mile and a quarter north of Oakville and about three quarters of a mile north of this bridge is the farm I was born on. Arthur xxx"
      Reverse reads: "This bridge is a mile and a quarter north of ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Beach at Lakeside Park
        Mount Vernon is pictured at the top of the hill. Postcard sent by Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 10 February 1919.
      Mount Vernon is pictured at the top of the hill. Postcard sent ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Toronto & Hamilton Highway
        Cox Estate is on the south side (right) of the photograph. Postcard sent by Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 27 March 1919.
      Cox Estate is on the south side (right) of the photograph. Postcard ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • A Pretty Spot on the Lakefront
        Postcard sent by Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 17 March 1919.
      Postcard sent by Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Reservoir and Power House, Oakville
        Postcard sent from Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 17 March 1919. Photo of the Oakville Pumping Station and Reservoir that was built between 1908-1909 and was located between Kerr and Wilson Streets.
      Postcard sent from Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Navy Street North
        Postcard sent by Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 7 April 1919.
      Postcard sent by Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Bronte, Ont
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Jim, Arrived here OK. Looked the town over yesterday. Don't forget to look after the birds. Will be home sometime Saturday. Vera"
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Jim, Arrived here OK. Looked the town over ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • River Scene
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Arthur, I thought I would drop you a line to see if you are alive and keeping. I hope you are well as it leaves us all the same at present. Please have a little cooler weather here. Now I don't suppose you will be here ...
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Arthur, I thought I would drop you a ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Pumping Station and Reservoir
        Reverse side reads: "Dear Mother and father, I received your letter and am glad to hear from you. Dorothy is on her way home. Will have to cease now. Best, Margeurite Deven"
      Reverse side reads: "Dear Mother and father, I received your letter and ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Beach, Oakville, Ont
        Reverse side reads: "My Dear, glad to get your card. Too awfully hot to write letters. We are in the midst of a terrific storm. You know how I like them. Suppose you are getting nicely settled in. You will have heard of Mr Wm Acheson's death. Hope you are ...
      Reverse side reads: "My Dear, glad to get your card. Too awfully ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Oakville Fire Department at Firemen Demonstration, Brampton, ON
        Arthur Hughes is the 4th man in the left line, and Albert Hughes is the 4th man in the right line.
      Arthur Hughes is the 4th man in the left line, and Albert ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • West Pier, Oakville
        West Pier of the Oakville Harbour in 1910.
      West Pier of the Oakville Harbour in 1910.
    Oakville Public Library
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