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More on the Collie Fire

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More on the Collie Fire

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
02 Oct 1965, Sat  •  Page 3

 

Come and visit the Lanark County Genealogical Society Facebook page– what’s there? Cool old photos–and lots of things interesting to read. Also check out The Tales of Carleton Place and The Tales of Almonte

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Collie Mill Fire Almonte October 1, 1965

The Abandoned Appleton Mill

The Mill Fab Store

Clippings of the Appleton Collie Mill 1940

Clippings of the Appleton Collie Mill 1940

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Clippings of the Appleton Collie Mill 1940

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
15 Mar 1940, Fri  •  Page 14

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The Collie Family. Photo by Malak Karsh

 

North Lanark Regional Museum (2012.79.12.29)
Photographer: Malak Karsh
Donated by Eleanor Wright & Irene Dunn Thompson

 

 

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 - The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
15 Mar 1940, Fri  •  Page 14

 

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Tales from the Old Mill Appleton Morrow Collie

The Abandoned Appleton Mill

Collie Mill Fire Almonte October 1, 1965

Grandma Bennett’s Furniture for Sale–Bruce Collie

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Grandma Bennett’s Furniture for Sale–Bruce Collie

 

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The family is moving to smaller quarters and they have a dining room hutch and dining room table that Bruce would like to sell.  He and his late wife first purchased our home from my grandmother Bennett and lived there until we moved to Ottawa. The place was fully furnished and we upgraded it over the years.
We did acquire from her a dining room hutch and a dining room table (with 3 extenders). There were chairs but they eventually became ruined with 2 sons always sitting back on them. I would like to sell these pieces of furniture if I can to whomever is interested.
The hutch is about 6 1/2′ high and approx 48″ wide and about 22″ deep. I have enclosed 3 shots.
The table has 2 extenders in it now and the picture shows a table about 6′ long — there is one additional board that comes with it. If anyone is interested, get back to me at this email address. They could drop by and take a look.
Contact Bruce Collie at rb.collie@rogers.com

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