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'Model T Tussle Fractures Hand'
"Model T Tussle Fractures Hand"
Dr. William Hall Brydon 
 
32
'Persons commited to the Gaol and Workhouse...'
"Persons commited to the Gaol and Workhouse..."
 
 
33
'Rev. Robert Brydon, Powasson to move to King Twp.'
"Rev. Robert Brydon, Powasson to move to King Twp."

The son of Robert Brydon anbd Mary Lutrell 
 
34
'School where Berta Brydon taught'
"School where Berta Brydon taught"
 
 
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'School where Berta Brydon taught'
"School where Berta Brydon taught"
close up 
 
36
'so serious a matter should be discussed by the whole...'
"so serious a matter should be discussed by the whole..."
Rev. Robert Brydon a Commissioner to the Assembly on Church union.  
 
37
'The Brydon Story'
"The Brydon Story"
Brydon Brass Manufacturing 
 
38
'The feature speaker of the evening was R. J. Bryden, soil specialist...'
"The feature speaker of the evening was R. J. Bryden, soil specialist..."

The son of John Bryden and Elizabeth Heineman 
 
39
'The RCAF played a prominent part in the operations in Sicily...'
"The RCAF played a prominent part in the operations in Sicily..."

Pilot Officer Wm. Lindner 
 
40
'To Mr. and Mrs. Inch have been born the following...'
"To Mr. and Mrs. Inch have been born the following..."
Edmund Inch had married Mary Bryden, daughter of Alexander Bryden and Jannet Bell. 
 
41
'We realize that H. Boyd Brydon was the ideal amateur astronomer'
"We realize that H. Boyd Brydon was the ideal amateur astronomer"
Speeches from the dedication of the "Brydon" telescope; Victoria, British Columbia.
 
 
42
'floating in the lake'
'floating in the lake'
Fan Dale, circa 1913

photo courtesy Robert Jenkins 
 
43
'I do hope you should agree to come'
'I do hope you should agree to come'
 
 
44
'Sundridge cottage originals'
'Sundridge cottage originals'
2012 is the 100 year anniversary of the Dales, Beattys, Algies, Campbells and Brydons summer presence on Lake Bernard.

Cropped off the right of the picture is Bill Algie's sons Mac (i218) and Harry (i216).
 
 
45
1725 Milan Avenue, Pasadena, California
1725 Milan Avenue, Pasadena, California
Robert W. Brydon's house : and was built in 1912.
This 8 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 5,318 sq ft three-story house is situated on approximately three quarters of an acre of picturesque grounds. Featured at the recent Huntington Library exhibit in San Marino was a framed copy of the original garden plan designed by Charles & Henry Greene. The main house was designed in 1910 & finished being built in 1912 by the Althouse Brothers, with a major addition designed by Henry Greene in 1917 and built by Peter Hall, who also did magnificent work on the Greene's Gamble House & Blacker House. The fine interior detailing of rich natural woods is featured in the elegant public rooms. A handsome three-car garage designed by Henry Greene includes room for guest quarters on the second floor. Highlighting the park-like grounds is a large pool and covered patio with fireplace.
It was renovated in 1929. 
 
46
1835 letter to Robert Brydon
1835 letter to Robert Brydon
Robert Brydon  
 
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1836 letter to Robert Brydon
1836 letter to Robert Brydon
 
 
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1837 letter to Robert Brydon
1837 letter to Robert Brydon
 
 
49
1845 letter to Robert Brydon
1845 letter to Robert Brydon
 
 
50
1958 Brydon Boy Deluxe
1958 Brydon Boy Deluxe
Unrestored.
Showing cedar strip construction. 
 
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1958 Brydon Boy Deluxe
1958 Brydon Boy Deluxe
Unrestored.
Bow detail. 
 
52
85 Collier Street, Toronto
85 Collier Street, Toronto
 
 
53
94th Victoria Regiment, Argyll Highlanders brass band
94th Victoria Regiment, Argyll Highlanders brass band
Grover Hull-front row 2nd from left sitting
Aldershot, NS 
 
54
A Brydon at work in 1959
A Brydon at work in 1959
William R Brydon on the CNR line at Searle, Manitoba.
 
 
55
A cottage in Palm Beach.
A cottage in Palm Beach.
 
 
56
A letter to Sir John A. MacDonald, pg 1
A letter to Sir John A. MacDonald, pg 1
from John Bryden 
 
57
A letter to Sir John A. MacDonald, pg 2
A letter to Sir John A. MacDonald, pg 2
from John Bryden 
 
58
A new arrival at Roberts Creek
A new arrival at Roberts Creek
 
 
59
A possible reference to James McLaren
A possible reference to James McLaren
from "The History of the Royal Sappers and Miners: from the formation of the corps in March 1772 to the date when its designation was changed to that of Royal Engineers in October 1856" 
 
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A promotion
A promotion
 
 

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