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Photograph- Mary-Ann Lammy Sampler
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Title: Photograph- Mary-Ann Lammy Sampler
Identifier: 2006.4.5.2
Date Built: 1850
Donor: City of Mississauga
Item Date: 1967-1977
Creation Date: 2011
Location: Bradley Museum

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Description: Black and white glossy photo showing the Mary Ann Lammy sampler located in the sitting room in the Bradley Museum. In the centre of the sampler there is a flower which is surrounded by other types of decorations such as a bird, a vase, and other types of flowers. Under the main flower in the centre the following words are embroidered: "Mary Ann Lammy Toronto Township." The sampler is framed in a wooden frame that is partially cut off in the photo.

This sampler was made by Mary Ann Lammy, Toronto Township c. 1850. The picture was taken inside Bradley museum. Mississauga’s first museum, Bradley Museum, opened as a Centennial Project in 1967; this site has continued to grow and evolve over the decades and is still undergoing developmental changes today. For more information on the Bradley Museum see
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