File 8 - 293-295 Charles Street

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CA ON00156 MG 5/2/C/8

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293-295 Charles Street

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  • 1977 (Creation)

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1 black and white photograph (25cm x 20cm)
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(1977-1992)

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The Building Research Committee was a group of the Hastings County Historical Society which researched the history of buildings, mostly in Belleville. It was originally called the Historic Structures Committee. The work of the group resulted in the publication of two illustrated volumes called 'Belleville's Heritage', published in 1978 and 1983.

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(d. 1990)

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Molly Bramley was a photographer based in Ivanhoe, Ontario. She was born Mary Elizabeth Roushorne in Bala, Ontario. She married Stanley Bramley in Bala on 30 September 1950 and died in Ottawa on 15 April 1990.

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