Virtual Exhibits
Barns of Brighton
Latimer Collection
The Codrington Public Library holds two photo albums containing 456 photos of people who stopped at William Latimer’s store in the 1920s and 1930s, all taken by his son, Hugh Latimer.
Memory Junction Videos
˝Presqu'ile Postcards
°Brose Collection
Agriculture Exhibit
Exploring the rich agricultural history of Brighton through the day to day lives of farmers and their families.
Applefest
Brighton Schools
Canadian Military
Government
Heritage Homes
Some of the municipality’s oldest homes were centre stage on October 1, 2011 which council proclaimed Cultural Heritage Day in Brighton. To capture 150 years of history, the Heritage Advisory Committee turned to local photographer David Lawler, known for his love of capturing architecture and streetscapes around the world. Approached 18 months ago by Ian Kennedy, President of the East Northumberland branch of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, David began his research. He and his wife Alice, who shares his love of heritage architecture, took note of significant buildings. David also enlisted local historian Florence Chatten for her expertise in the rural areas.
Latimer Collection Old
The Codrington Public Library holds two photo albums containing 456 photos of people who stopped at William Latimer’s store in the 1920s and 1930s, all taken by his son, Hugh Latimer.
Presqu'ile
Random Photos
Richard McLaughlin Exhibit
Richard loves people seeing his collection and also reading other's comments and seeing their photos. Richard is always interested in adding to his collection. "I never know what's out there," he admits. His main interest is the merchants' of Brighton's history, bottles, stoneware, letterheads, and photos. Richard can be reached at shallow_diver@hotmail.com or 613.475.4876.
Rose Ellery Exhibit
Transportation
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit