Item 2010.324.32 - William and Belle Hay

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William and Belle Hay

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William Hay Jr. (1872-1943) and Isabella M. Hay (1876-1944) were the oldest children of William Hay (1846-1909) and Helen Bradden Grant (1850-1941). The Hay family immigrated to the MacGregor area in 1879.

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CA DHM 324-1-2010.324.32

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  • 1876 (Creation)

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3" x 2" (b/w)

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Accessioned by the Daly House Museum in 2010. Prior custodial history is unknown.

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Photograph of a young boy in a kilt and baby girl in a Christening gown. They are identified as William and Belle Hay.

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