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Woodbridge (Ont.) File
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Aerial photographs of Woodbridge and Thornhill : [ca. 1955]

  • CA CoV Archives M995.1
  • File
  • Copied 1994

File consists of photographs. Photographs originate from the Northway-Gestalt Collection of the Archives of Ontario; this particular selection focuses on the Woodbridge area for the most part, with some good coverage of central Thornhill; some exceptional views of the Humber River are evident in the photograph group depicting Woodbridge; also depicting in a series of four photographs is Highway #400 at its point of intersection with Highway #7.

Framed Photographs of Woodbridge

  • CA CoV Archives M024.2
  • File
  • 1938

Accession M024.2 consists of 2 aerials of Woodbridge and one image of Robinson's Cotton Mills employee picnic in Orillia in 1938.

Historic postcards of Woodbridge

  • CA CoV Archives M989.19
  • File

File consists of postcards. Original postcards and information thereabout used in production of material cited above provided by Mrs. Alvin (Mary) Wood. Subjects: architecture, streetscapes, commercial enterprises, etc. in Woodbridge between ca. 1860 and 1940; include Cousins' General Store, Bagg's Grocery Store, Wallace Bros. Millinery Room, Elm Park, Wallace Street, Eighth Avenue, Main Street; also panorama of Pine Grove.

History of the County of York Ontario [Textual record]

  • CA CoV Archives M009.22
  • File
  • 1885

File consists of two volumes detailing the history of the County of York and its inhabitants. The first volume covers the history of the area from pre-historic times to confederation and gives an account of each of the County's townships and villages. The second volume gives biographies of individuals and families that lived in the County of York.

Paintings of Vaughan structures [Graphic material] / by Carolyn Davis Waldron

  • CA CoV Archives M017.5
  • File
  • ca. 1989-2000

File consists of three (3) oil paintings of Vaughan structures created by Carolyn Davis Waldron. The buildings featured in the paintings are the Beaverbrook House in Maple, a heritage property on Keele Street north of Major Mackenzie Drive, and the Woodbridge Presbyterian Church.

Photographs of Roxy Theatre in Woodbridge [Graphic material]

  • CA CoV Archives M010.10
  • File
  • 1950

File consists of two photos of the Roxy Theatre in Woodbridge taken in 1950 by the Ontario Treasury Department, Motion Picture Censorship Theatre Inspection Branch. One shows the exterior of the theatre and its sign while the other depicts the auditorium and screen inside the theatre.

Photographs of Vaughan Township commercial enterprises : [ca. 1870-1880]

  • CA CoV Archives M995.22
  • File
  • Copied [1988?]

File consists of photographs that focus for the most part upon the Inkerman and Gilmour hotels in Woodbridge, providing excellent views of the facade, including a fine study of a group of carpenters and labourers in front of the Inkerman House (hotel); also includes an image, partially obscured by foliage, of the Howland Mills in Kleinburg; image of the Beaverbrook House in Maple, birthplace of Baron (a.k.a Lord) Beaverbrook, is also present.

Photographs of Woodbridge Core

  • CA CoV Archives M995.9
  • File
  • [ca. 1982]-1983

File consists of photographs that depict the Woodbridge Core (low-level aerial view); Woodbridge Ave. looking west; and east; and the "Market Lane Barn", a historic barn refurbished and converted into a restaurant.

Printer's plates and photographs

  • CA CoV Archives M990.35
  • File
  • 1912-1970

File consists of printing plates and photographs. All material in this series relates to Woodbridge : printer's plates depict Implement Day, 1900, the Village Council, 1886, and 1960, the Memorial Tower, the Woodbridge corporate seal, maps of the village, 1870, and 1960. Prints depict W.H. Young, Clerk of the Village of Woodbridge, a gasoline threshing engine, 1912, and a farm equipment retail outlet.

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