Alberta Ladies College, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada; founded in 1913 and moved to S. Edmonton in 1916

Alberta Ladies College, Red Deer, founded in 1913 and moved to S. Edmonton in

Hellmuth Ladies' College, London, Ontario; 1869-1899

A black and white print of Hellmuth Ladies' College, showing the well treed and landscaped grounds as seen from a distance. A tall picket fence runs across the front of the property.

May Pole Dance at Ontario Ladies' College, May 1914

This is a black and white photograph of the May Pole dance at the May Court Festival.

Aerial view north to "uptown" Toronto, 1947. University of Toronto, Queen's Park, Varsity Stadium are visible. - Courtesy of Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation. ID# X-24133.

Aerial view north to "uptown" Toronto, University of Toronto, Queen's Park, Varsity Stadium are visible. - Courtesy of Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation.

Before the University of Guelph was created in 1964, three colleges shared the present-day campus: Ontario Agricultural College, Ontario Veterinary College and Macdonald Institute, a college for young women to get training in nature study, manual training, domestic science and domestic art. By the 1950s, Macdonald Institute was the premier home economics school in North America.    The photo above was taken in 1952 in Macdonald Hall, a residence for Macdonald Institute students.

Before the University of Guelph was created in 1964, three colleges shared the present-day campus: Ontario Agricultural College, Ontario Veterinary College and Macdonald Institute, a college for young women to get training in nature study, manual training, domestic science and domestic art. By the 1950s, Macdonald Institute was the premier home economics school in North America. The photo above was taken in 1952 in Macdonald Hall, a residence for Macdonald Institute students.

Trafalgar Castle in Whitby, Ontario; built between 1859-1862; home to Ontario Ladies' College after 1874

Trafalgar Castle in Whitby, Ontario; built between home to Ontario Ladies' College after 1874

Art class at Ontario Ladies' College in 1913; renamed Trafalgar Castle School in 1979

Art class at Ontario Ladies' College in renamed Trafalgar Castle School in 1979

history of St. Paul's written by Gerald Friesen, St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba: Memories and Histories (1999). founded in 1926 by the Oblate Fathers as the first English Catholic High School in Manitoba; affiliated with University of Manitoba in 1931

history of St. Paul's written by Gerald Friesen, St. Paul's College, University of Manitoba: Memories and Histories (1999). founded in 1926 by the Oblate Fathers as the first English Catholic High School in Manitoba; affiliated with University of Manitoba in 1931

1949 archery team - Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph.

1949 archery team - Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph.

1924 image of the University of Saskatchewan; source: @usask

Throwback Photos – The Sheaf – The University of Saskatchewan Newspaper Since 1912

Clark's Business College, Hamilton, Ontario

Paul Wilson: Hamilton's oldest puzzle is made of stone

Clark's Business College, Hamilton, Ontario

New College Building, Canada Business College, Chatham, Ont. Est. 1876 and closed in 1952

New College Building, Canada Business College, Chatham, Ont. 1876 and closed in 1952

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