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  • Former Calton WI Hall
    PlaceImage       This building was originally the Calton WI Hall, but was later sold to be used as a private home.
    PlaceImage     This building was originally the Calton WI Hall, but was later sold to be used as a private home.
  • Colpoy's Bay Womens' Institute and Community Hall
    ImageObjectPlace       ..., 2017 in front of the CBWI and Community Hall on County Rd. 9 in the village...
    ImageObjectPlace     ..., 2017 in front of the CBWI and Community Hall on County Rd. 9 in the village...
  • Adamsville WI Hall
    ImageObjectPlace       ...2017...
    ImageObjectPlace     ...2017...
  • Cornell WI Hall - 2016
    ImageObjectPlace       .... The Township sold it in 2017 to Wilson Farms from Norwich....
    ImageObjectPlace     .... The Township sold it in 2017 to Wilson Farms from Norwich....
  • Teeterville WI Hall
    ImageObjectPlace       Teeterville Women's Institute Hall, located at 194 Teeter Street, Teeterville. The S.S. No. 11 Teeterville, built in 1871, became the Teeterville Women’s Institute in 1962. The school was in operation from 1872 to 1962. Photo courtesy of Norfolk County Heritage and Culture. Photo used with permission.
    ImageObjectPlace     Teeterville Women's Institute Hall, located at 194 Teeter Street, Teeterville. The S.S. No. 11 Teeterville, built in 1871, became the Teeterville Women’s Institute in 1962. The school was in operation ...
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Women's Institutes Documents


This group is a multi-agency collection of Tweedsmuir Community History Collections, minutes, books, Home & Country newsletters, and other documents created by the Women's Institutes (WI) of Ontario (FWIO). It allows the record to be discovered through the Women's Institutes Document portal.