Charlotte Schrieber Gallery
Painting - St. Peter's Anglican Church

Charlotte Schreiber (née Morrell) (1834-1922) was born in Colchester, Essex, England in 1834. She moved to Toronto in 1875 after marrying Weymouth Schreiber and they lived for seven years at Deer Park on St. Clair Avenue. In 1882, they built a house near Springfield-on-the-Credit called Mount Woodham. At her new home she set up a studio and became a very prolific artist.While living in Springfield-on-the-Credit, Charlotte was attributed with having the name of the village changed to Erindale after the Magrath's family home. She was a member of St. Peter's Anglican Church and was instrumental in raising funds for a stone church by donating a number of paintings of the existing wooden church which were sold to members of the congregation.

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Painting - St. Peter's Anglican Church
Paiting - St. Peter's Anglican Church
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Photograph - Springfield
Photograph - Springfield
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