Table of Contents
- Richmond Hill
- 1 southbound through
- 2 Harry Rumble's
barn raising near
July 28, 1908. One of the Rumble family
- 3 Railway station at
- 4 Aerial view of
greenhouses in the 1930s, looking west
- 5 The P.G. Savage family of
pictured in 1909. Left to right are
- 6 W.R.
Pentland practised medicine in
from 1910 until he retired to California
- 7 A 12th of July
Orange Parade in
featuring the Union Jack and "King Billy"
- 8 Langstaff, the first automobile owner in
Richmond Hill, at
the wheel of his
- 9 as medical officer
of health for
during the 1920s.
- 10 Pioneer log home in the
- 11 War of 1812 and prominent member of the
community, who accompanied Colonel
- 12 Dalby's
Tavern), a mainstay of
nineteenth-century hospitality industry.
- 13 dispensed medicine
from 1849 to 1973.
- 14 corner. It was a major employer of
labour in the later decades of the
- 15 The
largest employer during the 1870s.
- 16 Abraham Law,
first reeve of
- 17 William
second reeve in 1874.
- 18 Susannah
and Canada's oldest citizen at the time of
- 19 of the municipal building of the Town of
- 20 The Young Canadians,
championship lacrosse team of the 1880s.
- 21 wife, and son. Percival ministered to the
congregation from 1887 to 1894.
- 22 manse. Grant ministered to the
congregation from 1894 to 1909.
- 23 1858-1943 Clerk of the Village of
This electronic finding aid to the local historical photos of Richmond Hill is provided courtesy of the Richmond Hill Public Library.