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Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966 Canada
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Lovely Old Home

Caption: "Lovely Old Home - This is the Ball homestead, at Ball's Falls, on the escarpment just south of Jordan. It is now owned and occupied by C. M. Ball. A company of British soldiers was stationed at Ball's Falls during the War ...

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

Church of Christ at Jordan

Caption: "New Church - This is the Church of Christ, at Jordan, opened in January of this year. The congregation has been established well over a century. Much of the building work was done by volunteer work of the members."

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

Upper Ball's Falls at Jordan

Caption: "Jordan Beauty Spot - This is the upper Ball's Falls on the Twenty Creek a short distance south of Jordan village. About one-quarter mile to the north is the lower Ball's Falls where the water plunges over an 80-foot cliff ...

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

Port Nelson Post Office

Caption: "Sorting The Mail - Postmaster A. E. Brown and his assistant, Mrs. J. Mackay, are seen at the wicket of the Port Nelson post office which serves a growing community. The small office is located in Nelson Township on Number 2 Highway ...

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

Dominion Rubber Factory at Port Dalhousie

Caption: "Highway Through A Factory - The Ontario Street Road, one of the village's most heavily travelled streets, runs through the old Dominion Rubber factory, once a hive of industry but now used mostly for storage."

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

Sisters In Charge Of Post Office

Caption: "Sisters In Charge Of Post Office - Miss Julia Forsyth, left, has been on the staff of the post office at St. George for 46 years. On June 10, of this year, she will have completed her twenty-sixth years as postmistress. For 20 years...

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966

St. Ann's Cemetery

Caption: "St. Ann's Pioneers Rest Here - Burials in the historic old St. Ann's Cemetery date back to 1797, perhaps even earlier than that. One little monument bears this inscription: "In memory of Ann, daughter of John and Char...

Murdoch, Bruce, 1895-1966