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Toronto, Beatrice Street
Toronto, Beatrice Street
About the time of this postcard Stephen and Eliza Brydon were living on this street at number 12. 
 
302
Two sons of David Bryden and Mary Hare
Two sons of David Bryden and Mary Hare
from "A Memorial and Biographical History of Northern California: Containing a History of this Important Section of the Pacific Coast from the Earliest Period of Its Occupancy to the Present Time", 1891 
 
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U.S.S. Trenton
U.S.S. Trenton
George McLaren Brydon Jr. served on this ship 
 
304
Victorian walking cane
Victorian walking cane
A gold wash knob inscribed "Presented by the apprentices of the Canada tool works to John Bertram, Dundas". Ebonised hardwood shaft.
 
 
305
Village of St. George
Village of St. George

 
 
306
W. Brydon, dispensing chemist
W. Brydon, dispensing chemist
"Congress Water from the Saratoga Springs,
Agent for Bishop's Effervescing Citrate of Magnesia" 
 
307
W. F. Brydon buys an island
W. F. Brydon buys an island
 
 
308
Wallace Lloyd Algie
Wallace Lloyd Algie
description of the last battle 
 
309
Walter and Diane Brydon
Walter and Diane Brydon

from Rural Reflections, Volume 2 
 
310
Walter Bartram's barber shop in Castine Maine.
Walter Bartram's barber shop in Castine Maine.
 
 
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Walter Brydon, Peeblesshire, to Catherine Miller
Walter Brydon, Peeblesshire, to Catherine Miller
Melbourne Argus Jan. 8 1855 
 
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warehouse, Princess St., Winnipeg, Manitoba
warehouse, Princess St., Winnipeg, Manitoba
William Brydon, contractor 
 
313
Warren B. Jarvis Appointment
Warren B. Jarvis Appointment
 
 
314
Weston Public Library
Weston Public Library
Built in 1915 as one of the Carnegie libraries. Architects: Lindsay & Brydon of Toronto.
 
 
315
William and Robert were blacksmiths
William and Robert were blacksmiths
William and Robert Bryden in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia 
 
316
William Bryden of Aberlosk
William Bryden of Aberlosk
from "Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland Vol3" 
 
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William Bryden of Aberlosk, pt2
William Bryden of Aberlosk, pt2
from "Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland" 
 
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William Bryden of Aberlosk, pt3
William Bryden of Aberlosk, pt3
from "Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland"  
 
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William Brydon
William Brydon
Born in Guelph, moved to Manitoba. 
 
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William Brydon bio
William Brydon bio
Born in Berlin, Waterloo County moved to Manitoba 
 
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William Brydon bio
William Brydon bio
from the History of Manitoba 
 
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William Fleming S. Brydon
William Fleming S. Brydon
 
 
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William Henry Brydon
William Henry Brydon

from Torontonensis 1941 
 
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William John Bryden bio
William John Bryden bio
 
 
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Willie Bryden
Willie Bryden
Holding the door open while a trip[?] goes through. Willie Bryden, a nipper, 164 Center St. A lonely job. Waiting all alone in the dark for a trip to come through. It was so damp that Willie said he had to be doctoring all the time for his cough. A short distance from here, the gas was pouring into the mine so rapidly that it made a great torch when the foreman lit it. Willie had been working here for four months, 500 feet down the shaft, and a quarter of a mile underground from there. (Shaft #6 Pennsylvania Coal Co.) Walls have been whitewashed to make it lighter. January 16th, I found Willie at home sick, His mother admitted that he is only 13 yrs old; will be 14 next July. Said that 4 mos. ago the mine boss told the father to take Willie to work, and that they obtained the certificate from Squire Barrett. (The only thing the Squire could do was to make Willie out to be 16 yrs old.) Willie's father and brother are miners and the home is that of a frugal German family. Location: Pittston, Pennsylvania.

Lewis Hines photo, 1911

Not sure exactly who this Willie Bryden is but he must be a close relation to the William Bryden I've linked to this pic. The mention of a 'frugal German family' would make sense as William's wife is Emma Gausmann, of German parents. 
 
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Wilma Bryden and her cousin Wanda Bryden
Wilma Bryden and her cousin Wanda Bryden
 
 
327
Winfield family
Winfield family

from "The early history of Elora, Ontario and vicinity", 1906 
 
328
Winner of the Brydon Shield at the Glasgow Stallion Show, 1915
Winner of the Brydon Shield at the Glasgow Stallion Show, 1915
from the The Grain Growers' Guide, February 23, 1916 
 
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WR Brydon at U of T
WR Brydon at U of T
 
 
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Young kids at play
Young kids at play
photo courtesy Robert Jenkins 
 

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