Kawartha Lakes Public Library - Digital Collections
Newspaper Clipping of School History 
still imagenewspapertext A copy of a newspaper clipping about the history of the Little Britain School. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Destroyed by fire in March 1928, at a cost of $13,000. Cause of fire unknown. Newspaper clipping revealed that an...
Opening of New School 
still imagetextWinter 1914 This is the program for the opening of the new Little Britain Public School S.S. No. 8 in February 1914. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Built 1913, originally as a two room school, but due to high attendance an extra room was...
Little Britain Public School S.S. No. 8 
still image A photograph of Little Britain Public School S.S. No. 8. A digital copy of thsi photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.The school was located beside the current Baptist Community Church (Eldon Road, north of four corners.) It was built in 1913 and destroyed by...
Early School in Little Britain 
video Video shows students filing into the Little Britain Public School SS No. 8. Notice that the lines are gender specific. The school was destroyed by fire in 1928. This was filmed by Dr. George Wesley Hall and shows the school before and after the fire. A copy of this video was provided by Marylou...
Hall Children 
still image Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall's three children, Terence, Warner, and Patricia. Photo was taken in 1937. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Dr. & Mrs. George C.R. Hall's three children in 1937. Picture: Left to right; Terence,...
Dr. George C.R. Hall and Son 
still image Dr. George C.R. Hall and son Terence. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Dr. & Mrs. George C.R. Hall's first child, Terence, was born December 1929.
Mrs. George C.R. Hall and Two Children 
still image Mrs. George C.R. Hall and her two children Warner and Patricia.In the 1930s, Dr. & Mrs. George C.R. Hall's two other children, Warner and Patricia, were born. Picture of Mrs. George C.R. Hall and her two children, Warner and Patricia.
Snow Car 1930s 
still image Dr. George C.R. Hall (standing on the right) in the 1930s beside his Snow Car. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Throughout this decade Dr. George C.R. Hall continued to give to his community by serving as the Medical Health Officer...
Guest Speaker at Kiwanis 
still imagetext Program showing Dr. George C.R. Hall as guest speaker at the Kiwanis Club. His topic was ham radios. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Dr. George C.R. Hall would often provide speeches to the Kiwanis Club on "modern trends in radio."
Ham Radio License 
still imagetext A picture of Dr. George C.R. Hall's ham radio license. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Dr. George C.R. Hall was fascinated with technology. Technology in this era was the short wave radio (ham radio) and George C.R. Hall obtained...
Dr. George C.R. Hall Grand Master 
still image Dr. George C.R. Hall as the Grand Master of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in 1938. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
Letter to Fellow Odd Fellows 
still imagetext A letter from Dr. George C.R. Hall to his fellow Odd Fellows informing them that he sent a letter to the Prime Minister of Canada McKenzie King to express his concerns regarding the treatment of Jewish people in Germany. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a...
Reply From Prime Minister's Office 
still imagetext Private Secretary H.R.L. Henry responded on behalf of the Prime Minister to Dr. George C.R. Hall's letter expressing his concern over the treatment of the Jewish people in Germany. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Canadian Prime...
Letter to Prime Minister 
still imagetext Dr. George C.R. Hall's 1938 letter to McKenzie King protesting the inhuman treatment of Jews. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.One of the most important actions George C.R. Hall took as Grand Master, was to write to the Canadian...
Oddfellows Welcome Grand Master 
still imagenewspapertext This newspaper clipping from 1938 shows Dr. George C.R. Hall as he is made Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Ontario. Others in photo were part of the ceremony. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows 
still image Dr. George C.R. Hall, second from the left, joined the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in the early 1930s. Others in photo are not identified. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.In the early 1930s Dr. George C.R. Hall joined the...
Dr. George C.R. Hall and Son Terence 1937 
still image Dr. George C.R. Hall and his son Terence in 1937. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.The following note accompanies the photo in the presentation: Dr. George C.R. Hall's dedication to his patients was evident by a 1936 incident...
Dr. George C.R. Hall and Son Terence 
still image Dr. George C.R. Hall and his son Terence in 1930. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.The following note accompanies the photo in the presentation: During the Depression many of Dr. George C.R. Hall's patients were unable to pay their...
Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall 
still image Dr. and Mrs. George C.R. Hall in 1927. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.Dr. George C.R. Hall continued to play hockey and baseball, and play in the Little Britain Band, for which he would later purchase the band uniforms.
Mrs. George C.R. Hall and Bridesmaids 
still image Mrs. George C.R. Hall and her wedding attendents taken in 1927 in Sault Ste. Marie. A digital copy of this photo was provided by Marylou Hall as part of a presentation on her family.
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