Cramahe Archives Digital Collection
Rowsome's Bakery horse drawn wagon, Colborne
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Description
Rowsome's Bakery by Harold Harnden - "I remember the bakery on the south side of the street, 3 doors east of the Bristol (Queens) Hotel. A friend of our family work there weekends. Her name was Gladys Miller, a student at Colborne High School. Rowsomes bought the business from Mr. Hodgens, 1915-1925. Hodgens had owned a baker in "The County" prior to coming to Colborne."


See Women's Institute Scrapbook - 3sb - for a reprint of a 1930s Rowsome's menu.

http://vitacollections.ca/cramahelibrary/2508964/page/62
Date of Original
ca. 1930
Subject(s)
Local identifier
381ph
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Contact
Cramahe Township Public Library
Email:cramlib@cramahetownship.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:
6 King Street West
PO Box 190
Colborne, ON K0K 1S0
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Rowsome's Bakery horse drawn wagon, Colborne


Rowsome's Bakery by Harold Harnden - "I remember the bakery on the south side of the street, 3 doors east of the Bristol (Queens) Hotel. A friend of our family work there weekends. Her name was Gladys Miller, a student at Colborne High School. Rowsomes bought the business from Mr. Hodgens, 1915-1925. Hodgens had owned a baker in "The County" prior to coming to Colborne."


See Women's Institute Scrapbook - 3sb - for a reprint of a 1930s Rowsome's menu.

http://vitacollections.ca/cramahelibrary/2508964/page/62