Title: Rectory in Dundas
Location: Dundas (Ont.)
Date: Bond Head and Dundas Period (1849-1864)
Physical Description: image.photograph.black and white
6.3 x 10.9 cm including borders
5.7 x 10.3 cm excluding borders
Image Number: CUS_031-015C_P
Description: Photograph of the rectory at Dundas, where Sir William Osler lived for several years. The Osler family relocated from Bond Head to Dundas, Ontario, in 1857, when Featherstone Lake Osler, an Anglican minister, was transferred to the Dundas and Ancaster parishes. The family remained there for 25 years. Since that time the structure has received some additions, notably the porch, with white columns, on the front. The back of this photograph contains a note identifying the building that was written by Mrs. Charlotte E. Gwyn, William Osler's sister.
Notes: The Rectory Dundas Sir William lived here many years. C.E.G. [i.e. Mrs. Gwyn W.O.'s sister.] (transcribed from back of photo)
Subject Parsonages
Subject Dundas (Ont.)
Subject Osler, William, Sir, 1849-1919 -- Homes and haunts
Publisher: Osler Library of the History of Medicine, McGill University
is Part Of: Cushing Collection
Image Is Related To: Back

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