Bromley WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1968] - [1998]
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Creator:
Bromley WI, Author
Media Type:
Text
Image
Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
"Foreward" written by Lady Tweedsmuir
Mrs. Adelaide Hunter Hoodless
W.I. Branch History - Bromley
50th Anniversary of Bromley W.I., Feb. 1957
60th District Annual Convention, May 15, 1968
Misc. Pictures
60th Anniversary North Renfrew W.I., May 1968
Upper Canada Village
74th Annual Meeting North Renfrew District W.I., May 19, 1982
Bromley W.I. 1934-1984
Early History of Upper Brule
Barr Line School converted to WI Community Centre
Farm Histories - Elmgrove Farm
- The Fine Farm
- Dillabough Family
- McLeod Family
- Spence Family
- Patterson Family
- Barr Family
- Ross Family
- A. Russel Kirk
- Burnside Farm
Churches - Zion United Church
- Barr's Settlement Congregation
- Memoirs of Bromley Methodist Church
- Christ Church, Anglican
- St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church
Temperance Society
Schools - The First Bromley School
- S.S. No.8, Barr Line School
- S.S. No. 8, Bromley
- S.S. No. 9, Bromley Brochure - Souvenir of our School 1925-1926
Deed of Land - The Grand Orange Lodge of British America & Union Star Cheese Factory Limited, May 1925
Industries - Union Star Cheese Factory
- Campbell & McNab Mill
Various Newspaper Articles
4H Homemaking Clubs
Bromley Hockey Team
Village History - Douglas
Wolftown Telephone Association
Bromley Mail Service
Weather
Douglas Protestant Cemetery
Bromley Institute & W.W. II
Notes:
1968 Tweedsmuir Curator Committee:
- Mrs. Murray Burwell
- Mrs. Malcolm McLaren
- Mrs. Ray Forrest
- Mrs. Alfred Dillabough

Curator 1982-87 and 1987-98: Mrs. Eva Dick
Publisher:
Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario
Dates:
[1968] - [1998]
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.53341 Longitude: -76.88273
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Bromley WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1


"Foreward" written by Lady Tweedsmuir
Mrs. Adelaide Hunter Hoodless
W.I. Branch History - Bromley
50th Anniversary of Bromley W.I., Feb. 1957
60th District Annual Convention, May 15, 1968
Misc. Pictures
60th Anniversary North Renfrew W.I., May 1968
Upper Canada Village
74th Annual Meeting North Renfrew District W.I., May 19, 1982
Bromley W.I. 1934-1984
Early History of Upper Brule
Barr Line School converted to WI Community Centre
Farm Histories - Elmgrove Farm
- The Fine Farm
- Dillabough Family
- McLeod Family
- Spence Family
- Patterson Family
- Barr Family
- Ross Family
- A. Russel Kirk
- Burnside Farm
Churches - Zion United Church
- Barr's Settlement Congregation
- Memoirs of Bromley Methodist Church
- Christ Church, Anglican
- St. Michael the Archangel Roman Catholic Church
Temperance Society
Schools - The First Bromley School
- S.S. No.8, Barr Line School
- S.S. No. 8, Bromley
- S.S. No. 9, Bromley Brochure - Souvenir of our School 1925-1926
Deed of Land - The Grand Orange Lodge of British America & Union Star Cheese Factory Limited, May 1925
Industries - Union Star Cheese Factory
- Campbell & McNab Mill
Various Newspaper Articles
4H Homemaking Clubs
Bromley Hockey Team
Village History - Douglas
Wolftown Telephone Association
Bromley Mail Service
Weather
Douglas Protestant Cemetery
Bromley Institute & W.W. II