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DesBrisay Museum, Bridgewater

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Brookside Cemetery Cenotaph

Date: 1926

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 2011.21.4 j

Bridgewater Hillbillie Band

Date: [ca. 1932-1937]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 95.5

Queen Victoria Arch

Date: 1887

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 488.2

Citizen’s Band

Date: [ca. 1885]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 2015.26.34

King’s Jubilee arch

Date: 1935

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 84.40.6

Holy Trinity Anglican Church interior

Date: 1912

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 2012.12.2

Grace Methodist Church interior

Date: [ca. 1925]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 99.46.1

Bridgewater old Post Office with tower

Date: [ca. 1910]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 2003.29.2

First train ticket issued to Judge M.B. DesBrisay

Date: 1889

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum x.152

Bridgewater Train station

Date: 1899

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 732 b

Schooners on the LaHave River at the Bridgewater wharf

Date: [ca. 1910]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum M.236

Map showing proposed Park on Jubilee Road

Date: 1921

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 2015.26.8

Opening of DesBrisay Museum

Date: June 1967

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum U057

DesBrisay Museum exterior

Date: [ca. 1980]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 82.8.1

Panoramic view of King Street

Date: [ca. 1915]

Reference:  DesBrisay Museum 773

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