Item 2 - Brandon Collegiate Institute Students and Staff – 1902

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Brandon Collegiate Institute Students and Staff – 1902

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Central School built in 1883 on 10th Street was Brandon, MB’s first collegiate. The collegiate was later moved to 527 Lorne Avenue when a new building was constructed in 1906-1907. In 1974, the Brandon Collegiate Institute was converted from a high school to an elementary school and renamed New Era School.

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10” x 12” (b/w)

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Davidson Brothers was a photography business located at 831 Rosser Avenue, Brandon Manitoba between 1892-1912. The business had a branch in Deloraine, Manitoba.

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H.B. Bedford, Brandon, MB donated the photograph to Daly House Museum in 1982.

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Group photograph of the staff and students of Brandon Collegiate Institute (1902). Pictured: (back row - l-r): Jim Carrick, Harold Woodsworth, W.N. Findley (principal), Eugene Miller, Harry Bedford; (middle row): Roy Gibson, May Hall, R.T. Hodgson (science teacher), Mr. Young (teacher), Edna Perkin; (front row): Mayme Curtis, Bertha Strome, Miss Murray (teacher), Pearl More, Fred Coombe.

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H.B. Bedford Collection

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