Print, Photographic

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Nom de l'objet : Print, Photographic
Médium : photographic paper
Numéro d'accession : BR2012.14.5
Date de début de production : 1950
Date de fin de production : 1951
Description : A black and white class photograph with white border of grade three students at Lorne Park Public School. Top row, third from the left is Cameron Brownwell. The top two rows are standing: one row of boys, another of girls. The bottom two rows are sitting: one row of girls, another of boys. One boy holds a sign, reading: "Lorne Park Public School Room 6". The teacher, Miss Draper , stands in the top row.
Fonctions : Miss Draper was Cameron Brownell's grade three (?) teacher at Lorne Park Public School. Cameron Brownell (the donor) had a crush on Miss Draper. "In the early years of Lorne Park the nearest schools were at Erindale (S.S. #4), near Sheridan (S.S. #5), and at Clarkson (S.S. #6). The village of Lorne Park did not have a school of its own in the early years, and children had to walk long distances to get to school. It was not until 1923 that Lorne Park finally received a formal school of its own (S.S. #22), thanks in part to lobbying by Constance Hamilton. The Lorne Park Public School was built on two acres of Robert Taylor's property on Indian Road." Source: The original Lorne Park Public School has been replaced with a new building, located at: 1325 Indian Rd., Mississauga, ON L5H1S3.
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Province de l'établissement : Ontario

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