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"Boyhood Treasure Returned"
Publication:
Brantford Expositor, Fall 1989


Description
Creators:
Thompson, Brian, Photographer
Fitzpatrick, Peter
, Author
Media Type:
Newspaper
Item Type:
Articles
Description:
"More than 60 years after digging it out of the soil near Paris, Frank Southern has returned his boyhood treasure to the town. The 78-year old Sudbury resident presented the Paris Museum and Historical Society on Wednesday with about 100 flint Indian arrowheads, spearheads and knives that he and his brothers found on their family's farm near Blue Lake where they grew up in the 1920s."
Date of Original:
Fall 1989
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Southern, Frank ; Southern, Howard ; Bemrose, Fred.
Corporate Name(s):
Paris Museum and Historical Society
Local identifier:
SNPL002686v00d
Collection:
Scrapbook #1 by Janet Heaslip
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2001 Longitude: -80.38297
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
1989
Copyright Holder:
Brantford Expositor
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"Boyhood Treasure Returned"


"More than 60 years after digging it out of the soil near Paris, Frank Southern has returned his boyhood treasure to the town. The 78-year old Sudbury resident presented the Paris Museum and Historical Society on Wednesday with about 100 flint Indian arrowheads, spearheads and knives that he and his brothers found on their family's farm near Blue Lake where they grew up in the 1920s."