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This series of photos of the V.E. Parade is part of a scrapbook about WWII, kept by an unknown town resident and donated to the Museum by Doreen Tuff in 1986.
Bridge Street at Franklin, showing the Dominion Store and Asselstine’s Pharmacy. — in Carleton Place, Ontario.
The Carleton Place High School Cadet Corps marched in the parade. — in Carleton Place, Ontario.
The parade ended at Riverside Park, where the Ocean Wave fire truck was all decked out! — in Carleton Place, Ontario.
Members of the Ocean Wave Fire Department.Third from left back row is William Hurdis and the gentleman standing at the far right is Thorald Culbertson.
Findlay Brothers Limited was decorated to celebrate V.E. Day.
This woman (and tractor) are posing in front of the stone building at the corner of Bridge and William Streets – once the Opera House, a mica factory, and later, Brewer’s Retail. McCarten House at 233 Bridge Street is visible to the right. — in Carleton Place, Ontario.
Judy Salley I attended a parade the next day in CP with my mother and brother.Mixed emotions but also remember Mrs Annie Bennett coming to our house in tears to tell my grandmother that Jim Bennett was missing
Did you know that Betty Findlay and Mary Cook once worked in Asseltine’s?
Who was the “Drugstore Woman” in Asselstine’s Rexall?
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