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Stories from a Photograph–The Class of 1944-1945

Stories from a Photograph–The Class of

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The Storm of June 1899

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The Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum houses almost artifacts, including three-dimensional objects, textiles, photographs, and archival documents.

Ballygiblins, Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada

Ballygiblins, Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada

Lieutenant Donald Fraser, pictured here standing by the Red Baron's grave, wrote the account of his death

Red Baron's final moments revealed after almost 100 years

wrongly given official credit for destroying the "Red Baron " , although he played a part .

Ottawa on Ice - The New Yorker - Advertiser Pages

Ottawa on Ice

Ottawa on Ice - The New Yorker - Advertiser Pages

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The Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum houses almost artifacts, including three-dimensional objects, textiles, photographs, and archival documents.

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The Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum houses almost artifacts, including three-dimensional objects, textiles, photographs, and archival documents.

Carleton Place - Bridge Street 1930

Carleton Place - Bridge Street 1930

Let's Have Some Curb Service!

Let’s Have Some Curb Service!

Lakeside Gardens, Britannia Park, after outside stairway to the inside was removed. It was originally located at Victoria Park on Holland Ave,  just south of where it's now the the Queesnway. Early in 1905, it was dismantled are re-erected in Britannia Park. First opened as a vaudevill theatre - later became motions picture house, and finally a dance hall. Acquired by the City Of Ottawa in 1951; destroyed by fire 1955

Lakeside Gardens, Britannia Park, after outside stairway to the inside was removed. It was originally located at Victoria Park on Holland Ave, just south of where it's now the the Queesnway. Early in 1905, it was dismantled are re-erected in Britannia Park. First opened as a vaudevill theatre - later became motions picture house, and finally a dance hall. Acquired by the City Of Ottawa in 1951; destroyed by fire 1955

Gatineau Park sign No nudism

The Carbide Willson Ruins (a.a the Gatineau Park ruins, or The Mill) is a fantastic place to explore.

canada science and technology museum park

canada science and technology museum park

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