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Newspaper advertisement for the White & Morris Funeral Home, 78 Centre Street, Deseronto, Ontario, c.1960s.

Loaned for scanning by Elaine Gardner, daughter of Evan Gardner, who ran a funeral home in the same premises in the 1940s.

"Delores & Daddy"

Photograph of Delores and Evan Gardner. Evan was a funeral director in Deseronto, Ontario, between 1932 and 1949. His first premises were in Green Street and he later moved to the property at 78 Centre Street, north of the Post…

Snapshot of Delores Gardner, aged about six, standing on the south side of Main Street, Deseronto, Ontario. Behind her is the Stewart House (formerly the O'Connor House), which was demolished in the 1990s.

Photograph loaned for scanning by Dolores…

Delores Gardner, aged about four, dressed for Halloween as a funeral director (her father's profession). She is sitting in a chair on the veranda of her parent's house at 122 Green Street, Deseronto, Ontario.

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Photograph of Delores Gardner at around five years old, on a Santa Parade float designed as a garden, dressed as the nursery rhyme character Mistress Mary.

Photograph loaned by Elaine Gardner (Delores's sister) for scanning on October 27, 2010.

"Delores & Daddy"

Delores and Evan Gardner outside their home at 122 Green Street, Deseronto, Ontario. Evan Gardner was a funeral director in Deseronto between 1932 and 1949, initially at this address, and later at 78 Centre Street.


2010.23 (edited).mp3
Oral history interview with Cecil Root, who has lived in or near to Deseronto, Ontario, most of his life.

2010.22 (edited).mp3
Oral history interview with George Root, who has lived in or near to Deseronto, Ontario, all his life.

2010.21 (edited).mp3
Oral history interview with Cathie Vick (née Murphy), who has lived in Deseronto, Ontario, from the age of eight.

Poem about Deseronto, Ontario by Richard N. Goodfellow, Deseronto resident.

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