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ID
ourstories:4416
Year
1965
Title
Holly School 1965
Description
Holly School 1965: Front row: ----, Ronald Morrow, ----,--- Eccles, Mark Vierra, ----, ---, Leslie Sanders, Kevin Little, ----, Second row: ----, Richard Harvey, John Leighton, Gwen Ury, Fred Birnie, Ralph Peterson, ----, ---- Third row: ----, Roger Emms, ----, --Alford, --- Petersen, Douglas Sanders, Sonya King, Pat Miller (teacher) Schools -Holly , IHS709
ID
ourstories:10446
Year
1911
Title
Gilford School
Description
Back Row (l-r): Mildred Mattenley, Lois Booth, Margaret Nesbitt, Luella Roberts, Miss I. Foerter, Libbie Neilly, Annie Breen, Virgie Bell, Louisa Pike. Middle Row (l-r): Kathleen Elain, Olive Steers, Beatrice Irwin, Hazel Archer, ? Burton, Harvey Coulter, Leo Gibbons, Jimmie Nesbitt, Leonard Gibbons. Front Row (l-r): Kathleen Neilly, Marjorie Canning, Norma Mattenley, Etta Neilly, George Nesbitt, Douglas Booth, Earl Archer, Ben Steers, Norman Plant. Front: Mary Graham, John Doolittle.
ID
ourstories:10859
Year
1967
Title
Springdale School Float
Description
Springdale Christian School float in the Centennial Parade in 1967.
ID
ourstories:10908
Year
Title
Middleton School
Description
Following the 1959 consolidation of rural schools in West Gwillimbury Township, this S. S. #6 school, built in 1906, became a private residence.
ID
ourstories:10562
Year
1936
Title
West Gwillimbury School
Description
S.S. # 4 Back Row (l-r): Bus Culbert, Bruce Turner, Helen Brown, Kathleen Gallinger, Clarence Baynes, Freda Doane, George Brown. Middle Row (l-r): Douglas Turner, Charlie Doane, Ileen Coutts, Mary McKay, Stanley Brown, Dorothy Turner, Norman McKay, Evelyn Doane and Arthur Turner. Front Row (l-r): Keith Coutts, Ruth Baynes, Jack Doane and Margaret McKay.
ID
ourstories:2071
Title
Sunday School Picnic
Description
Sunday School Picnic in Lefroy, just east of the village. Pictured from left to right - Standing on Verandah: Mrs. D. Rogerson, Mrs. Jack Wallace, Kenneth Sturgeon (boy), Mrs. T. Sturgeon, Miss. White, Mrs. E. Todd, Mac Sturgeon, Sherman Todd, Mrs. S. Todd, Fred Lucas, Mr. Perchase, Marshall Reive, - J. Perchase, E. Wood, and Mrs. Jos. Todd. Second from Back: Mabel Patterson, Mabel Todd, Annie Perchase, Mildred Todd, Maggie Perchase, Emily Reive, and Mary Ralston. Third from Back: Lizzie Boyle, W.D. Henry, John Todd, Fred Allan, Orville Todd, George Perchase, Harvey Ralston, Mary Patterson, and Alice Bennett. Fourth from Back: Mrs. Walter Ralston, Mrs. G.C. Allan, Mrs. John Todd, Ellen Canning, Edna Sturgeon, Myrtle Todd, Libbie Sturgeon, Ida Rogerson, Harvey Allan, Ethel Ralston, and Mrs. Wightman Goodfellow. Front Row: Dr. Leader, Robert Duncan, G.C. Allan, Rev. L. McLean, Walter Ralston, and Wightman Goodfellow., IHS460 Same as IHS 176
ID
ourstories:2109
Title
Sunday School Picnic
Description
Photograph taken during a Sunday School picnic. Pictured from left to right - Back Row: James Black, unknown (x5), Martha Robinson (m. Wallace Tribble), unknown, and Ida Robinson (m. R. Constable). Second Row: Robert Black Sr., Todd Birnie, and Edwin Johnston. Third Row: unknown (x2), Ethel Black. Front Row: unknown (x5), Lennox Black, Alex Black and unknown (x4)., IHS166
ID
ourstories:2489
Year
Title
SS #10 School
Description
Photo of the exterior of SS #10 School in Stroud. It is a two storey red brick building with a green pick-up truck parked in front of it.,
ID
ourstories:2471
Year
Title
SS #10 School
Description
Photograph of the back of SS #10 School in Stroud, a two-storey red brick building. Also visible are the back of a school bus and a blue pick-up truck. The photo was taken in Autumn.,
ID
ourstories:4230
Year
Title
Cookstown Public School
Description
Photo of Cookstown Public School's exterior. The front of the building is bordered by a picket fence and two trees, and the building itself features a belfry.,
ID
ourstories:4240
Year
Title
Cookstown Public School
Description
Photo of Cookstown Public School at an unknown date. The image shows one side of the building, partially obscured by trees. It is two storeys tall with rounded arch windows in the first storey, rectangular windows in the second storey, and the bell tower is just visible on the hipped roof. The building eventually was converted into apartments known as Cookstown Towers.,
ID
ourstories:4861
Year
1953
Title
Crawford Public School
Description
Photo of the exterior of Crawford Public School, built in 1953 and officially opened on 8 November 1954 as a result of a growing community need. Prior to the school's construction, children from the Tiffin Street area were required to take a Camp Borden bus to Copaco Corner (later the intersection of Innisfil and Tiffin Streets) and then travel by taxi to Holly School. Mr. William Crawford, grandfather of one of these students, donated land on Patterson Road on the condition that a school be built there. A second room was added in 1955, and a third room added in 1958. The first teacher was Mrs. Audrey Halfyard. The school was eventually closed and the building was used by the Simcoe County School Board as its South Regional Office. This colour photo shows a long red brick building with a grey roof, and small overhang area for bicycle storage., IHS3518
ID
ourstories:5571
Year
Title
Crawford Public School
Description
Black and white photo of Crawford Public School in the late 1950s. The school was built in 1953 and officially opened on 8 November 1954 as a result of a growing community need. Prior to the school's construction, children from the Tiffin Street area were required to take a Camp Borden bus to Copaco Corner (later the intersection of Innisfil and Tiffin Streets) and then travel by taxi to Holly School. Mr. William Crawford, grandfather of one of these students, donated land on Patterson Road on the condition that a school be built there. A second room was added in 1955, and a third room added in 1958. The first teacher was Mrs. Audrey Halfyard. The school was eventually closed and the building was used by the Simcoe County School Board as its South Regional Office. This photo shows the exterior of the building from the front left, with two 50s style cars parked in front of it., IHS3385-19C
ID
ourstories:3854
Year
Title
At Cookstown School
Description
Photo of Cecil Nevils, Brian Davis, and Harold Henderson (Principal) taken at the Cookstown School. If you have more information about this photo please click on the "Suggest a Correction" link or call the Innisfil Public Library at 705-431-7410.,
ID
ourstories:1458
Title
Cherry Creek School, SS#3
Description
Cherry Creek School, SS#3 class picture. Teacher is Mary Wainman.,
ID
ourstories:1440
Title
Steeles Corner School Class Picture
Description
Steeles Corner School SS #14 was built in 1888. Edna (Sturgeon) Allan is fifth from the right in the front row. Elizabeth (Libbie) Sturgeon is third from right in the front row.,
ID
ourstories:10899
Year
1953
Title
Site of Springdale School
Description
This is a picture taken in 1953 of the grades 1, 2 and 3 students who lived in the Springdale area. They and their teacher, Miss Arendina Wierenga, standing in the centre in a long black dress holding a bell, were anxiously waiting for their new school to be built. Students pictured include: Nelly Moor, Linda and Jenny Bruining, Cathy De Valk, Jacoba and Catherina Hanemaayer, Robert Janse, Winnie and Raymond Koopmans, Peter Rupke, Richard Winter, Harm van de Velde, Afke van Solkema, Gary and Robert Verkaik, Peter and Trudy Weening, Berend Jan Keen, Lawrence, John and Bastian de Peuter, Hubert de Vries, Ria Markus, Len, Art and Nettie Nieuwland, Irene and Nelly van Hemert, Brian Maan, Linda and Wynda Verkaik, Gary Rupke, Gerda Scherpenzeel, Robert de Valk, and Marry Ellen Wildschut.,
ID
islandora:3428
Title
Margaret Baker - Teaching
Description
Longtime Innisfil resident Margaret Baker recalls her career as a teacher at Huronia and Warnica schools, 1957-1975. She begins by recalling her visits to Innisfil as a child where she would go to Goodfellow beach and visit her grandmother, Susie Goodfellow, and get lemonade and homemade cookies. She didn't have much to do with Innisfil until 1957 when she needed a job. She went to a job fair at the teacher's college and talked to a delegation from Innisfil, where she applied and ended up being accepted. She started teaching at Huronia School from 1957 to 1967, which was the largest school in Innisfil with three rooms (and later five rooms after an addition was constructed). Her first pay cheque for her yearly salary was $2800, which was $100 more than in Barrie and was a significant amount of money at the time. She then transferred to Warnica School, which was a shock to transfer from a five room school to a multi-room school, but after 17 years she quit teaching to have children.,
ID
ourstories:4893
Year
1910
Title
School-Lefroy Public School & Lefroy Presbyterian Church
Description
Newspper clipping showing Lefroy schoolhouse and Presbyterian church. Valerie Waddington of Lefroy sent us this week's photo of the brick schoolhouse and the white Presbyterian church in the days before the First World War. The church has long since been demolished and replaced by a school now used by the Sheila Morrison group. The brick schoolhouse is still standing, but is not being used. Further information is available at the Knock Heritage Site , IHS3545
ID
ourstories:4454
Year
1947
Title
Cherry Creek School 1947
Description
Cherry Creek School 1947 Back row (L to r):Douglas Beamish, Kenneth Nevils, Stewart Beamish ----,Robert (Bob) Hughes, Sinclair Nevils, Malcolm Campbell, Mary Nevils, Sylvia Kell, Margaret Campbell Second row: Margaret Sawyer, Jean Matchett, Lyda Beamish, Grace Sawyer, Edith Kell Glenna Stewart,Douglas Sawyer, Elwood Nevils, Robert Sturgeon Schools , IHS1355D