Print, Photographic

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Nom de l'objet : Print, Photographic
Médium : paper, emulsion
Numéro d'accession : BR2012.14.6
Date de début de production : 1950
Date de fin de production : 1955
Description : A black and white photograph of Lorne Park Public School staff when Cameron Brownwell attended school there. From left to right: Ms. Barber, Miss Draper, Principal Ross, Mr. Smyth, Miss Henning, and unknown woman.
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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