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Mary, Tom and Daisy LePatourel and their dog in front of their home on Elizabeth Street, 1897 
Images  1897  The bunting and flags decorate the LePatourel verandah for the celebration of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, 23 June 1897. In 1880 Tom LePatourel bought the drug store at Brant and Pine Streets (now 361 Brant), graduating in the first class of the Ontario College of Pharmacy in 1890. His...
Marion and Mary LePatourel, 1902-3 
Images  1902-1902 
St Luke's Anglican Church, ca 1950 
Images  ca 1950  See reverse detail:
The Dominion Canning Company, seen  from Baxter's Wharf, ca 1910 
Images  ca 1910,   In the left background, the south elevation of Traders' Bank on Brant Street. The cannery was built by a group of farmers and landowners in 1903 as the Burlington Canning Company. In 1910 it was purchased by Dominion Canning Company.
The office  of R. G. Baxter, Banker (left) and the Burlington Roller Mills of the Baxter & Galloway Company, Water Street (now Lakeshore Road) at the foot of Brant Street, near Baxter's Wharf, 1890s 
Images  1890s,  
Sidewalk, fence and street lamp, downtown Burlington ca 1900 
Images  ca 1900,  
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John Homer fonds


Marion & Mary LePatourel in front of their home 1902-3