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Médias    Situation géographique Credit River, Streetsville   Groupes Bill Evans Collection  
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  • Winter Activity on the Credit River
    Winter Activity on the Credit River
    Image       The Evans family is pictured on the ice of the Credit River. Parents Charles (Charlie) and Gertrude Merle stand at each end. From left to right, the boys are Garth, Carl, Jack, Bill and Harry. Though not visible, the Streetsville P.U.C. dam is to the right of the family. Harry ...
    Image     The Evans family is pictured on the ice of the Credit River. Parents Charles (Charlie) and Gertrude Merle stand at each end. From left to right, the boys are Garth, ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Winter Activity on the Credit River
    Winter Activity on the Credit River
    Image       The Evans children are pictured on the ice of the Credit River. From left to right, the boys are Garth, Carl, Jack, Bill and Harry. Though not visible, the Streetsville P.U.C. dam is to the right of the boys. Harry later survived a fall through the ice.
    Image     The Evans children are pictured on the ice of the Credit River. From left to right, the boys are Garth, Carl, Jack, Bill and Harry. Though not visible, the Streetsville ...
    Mississauga Library System
  • Swimming at the Credit River
    Swimming at the Credit River
    Image       Harry and Bill Evans swim off an abutment on the Streetsville P.U.C. dam. Peeking out from behind the other boys is their brother, Jack.
    Image     Harry and Bill Evans swim off an abutment on the Streetsville P.U.C. dam. Peeking out from behind the other boys is their brother, Jack.
    Mississauga Library System
  • Fishing on the Credit River
    Fishing on the Credit River
    Image       Three children fish on the Credit River near the Streetsville P.U.C. dam. A piece of wood is used as a fishing pole.
    Image     Three children fish on the Credit River near the Streetsville P.U.C. dam. A piece of wood is used as a fishing pole.
    Mississauga Library System
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