Kawartha Lakes Public Library - Digital Collections
Little Britain School Opening


Description
Media Type:
Video
Item Type:
Video recordings
Description:
Video starts with five Little Britain school trustees. Dr. George C.R. Hall is second from the right with a fur coat and white scarf. The other trustees in the video were not identified. This video shows the Little Britain School opening day event in the early 1930s. A copy of this video was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
Notes:
Located beside current day Little Britain Community Baptist Church on Eldon Road. The school was re-built after the fire in 1928. Today the school is an apartment complex.
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Hall, George C. R. Dr.
Corporate Name(s):
Little Britain School
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 44.28342
    Latitude: 44.28342 Longitude: -78.86628
Donor:
Marylou Hall
Creative Commons licence:
by [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Recommended Citation:
APA
Little Britain School Opening [Video]. (1930-39). Kawartha Lakes: Kawartha Lakes Public Library. Vita Collections. Available from https://data.vitatoolkit.ca/Vita402/update1a.asp?id=3222412&number=.
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(705) 324-5632

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Little Britain School Opening


Video starts with five Little Britain school trustees. Dr. George C.R. Hall is second from the right with a fur coat and white scarf. The other trustees in the video were not identified. This video shows the Little Britain School opening day event in the early 1930s. A copy of this video was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.