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Updated June 9, 2014

BRAMPTON, GEORGETOWN AND ACTON
COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND PROGRESSIVE
1917
A Descriptive Review of a Number of Manufacturing and Mercantile Interests Located in the above named Live Wire Towns in Peel and Halton Counties

PHOTOGRAPHS/ILLUSTRATIONS

Acton - Bower Ave Page 20
Acton - Church Street Page 20
Acton - Peel-Halton House of Refuge Page 19
Acton - Post Office Page 17
Acton - School Buildings Page 19
Acton - W.H. Storey & Son, Canada's Oldest Glovers Page 18
Acton - The Tanneries Page 18
Acton - Town Hall Page 17
Brampton - Carnegie Library Page 10
Brampton - Cole's Studio Page 9
Brampton - Coles - 3 Generations of Photographers; J.W. Cole, J.F. Cole, J.B. Cole Page 9
Brampton - County Buildings Page 3
Brampton - High School Page 8
Brampton - Public School Page 7
Brampton - Giffen Theater Page 10
Brampton - McKillip & McIntyre's Showroom Interior Page 6
Brampton - Main St. Looking North Page 1
Brampton - Elliott's - Piano Page 8
Brampton - James Martin - Jas. Martin's Big Music House Page 5
Brampton - James Martin's Residence Page 5
Brampton - Sunshine Plant Page 5
Brampton - Queen St., Looking East Page 2
Brampton - Plant of the Williams Shoe Limited Page 4
Brampton - William Shoe - Range of boots Page 4
Brampton - F.A. Williams' Machine Repairer Page 6
Georgetown - W.E. Anthony's Hardware Store Page 7
Georgetown - Coated Paper Mills Page 14
Georgetown - Main Street North, Page 12
Georgetown - Main Street South Page 13
Georgetown - Iron Bridge over Credit River Page 16
Georgetown - Planing Mill Page 15
Georgetown - Public School Page 16
Georgetown - Reservoir Page 13
Georgetown - Town Hall Page 11
Norval - Noble's Flour Mills Page 20

Last Update: 9/3/96

Name: Halton Hills Public Library