From Canada

A vividly hued vintage Canada Dry illustration showing four of the products the brand offered during the mid-twentieth century.

Aftermath of the 1904 fire: Bay Street north of Wellington, looking south Photographer: W.J. Whittingham April 20, 1904

Aftermath of the 1904 fire: Bay Street north of Wellington, looking south Photographer: W.

Women soldering and assembling cables for airplanes, Canadian Car and Foundry Co., Brantford, Ontario, 1945.

Photo: Women soldering and assembling cables for airplanes, Canadian Car and Foundry Co.

Alexander Graham Bell home, Brantford, Ontario - Inventor of the telephone.

On March Alexander Graham Bell makes the first successful telephone call by saying "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you." (This is the house were he conceived of the idea of the telephone

Undated photograph of the Brantford Street Railway on Colborne St., Brantford, Ontario. (Brant Historical Society)

Undated photograph of the Brantford Street Railway on Colborne St. Going by my place, pretty neat!

Old market square with Stans Fries.  Since modernized & moved to Fairview Plaza in Brantford Ontario.  Never had better fries.... ANYWHERE!

Back in the “good old days” to early for me) as you waited for a bus at Brantford market square you would generally buy a poke (cone) of chips doused in malt vinegar and salt from Stan’s -.

Colborne St, Brantford, Ontario Old days, when downtown was something to enjoy on a Saturday afternoon.  I miss it.

Colborne St, Brantford, Ontario when downtown was something to enjoy on a Saturday afternoon.

Vintage CCM | Archives -  Brantford Ontario

Vintage CCM | Archives - Brantford Ontario

This photograph which was taken in 1917 shows seventy-year-old Alexander Graham Bell in front of his parents' home in Brantford, Ontario. With him is his oldest daughter Elsie May. She married Gilbert Grosvenor who was the editor of the National Geographic Magazine which was started by Bell and his father-in-law. They set up the National Geographic Society in 1888. Elsie May and Gilbert had two sons and five daughters.

Famous Leaders for Young Readers,Alexander Graham Bell shown with his daughter Elsie May

Post Office, Barrie, Ontario, Canada (1910)

Post Office, Barrie, Ontario, Canada Creator: Unknown Date: 1910 Identifier: PC-ON 114 Format: Postcard Rights: Public domain Courtesy: Toronto Public Library You can order order a print or high-resolution copy.

"1882 studio portrait of the (then) last surviving Six Nations warriors who fought with the British in the War of 1812: (left to right) Sakawaraton a.k.a. John Smoke Johnson (born circa 1792), John Tutela (born ca. 1797) and Young Warner (born ca. 1794). Portrait taken in Brantford, Ontario, Canada."

1882 studio portrait of the (then) last surviving Six Nations warriors who fought with the British in the War of (left to right) Sakawaraton a. John Smoke Johnson (born circa John Tutela (born ca. and Young Warner (born ca.

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