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Title: Photograph - Lloyd Herridge
Identifier: 2005.7.17
Donor: Mr. Don Herridge
Item Date: 1914-1916
Image Creator: Museums of Mississauga
Creation Date: 2006
Location: Bradley Museum

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Description: (.1) Cardboard folder with grey linen-look texture with a cardboard circle enclosing two people in profile with seemingly Victorian dress. Two daffodils and a spray of grass in the foreground extend from the circle to the lower edge of the front folder. On the back of the folder is written "Lloyd Herridge". (.2) Inside the folder is a sepia photo of Lloyd Herridge taken when he was about 5 years old. He is sitting in a wicker chair holding a picture book and dressed in knickerbockers and a white shirt with a sailor collar. He is also wearing black stockings and leather pumps which fasten at the ankle with a buttoned strap. His blond hair is worn in ringlets which frame a beautiful face. The background in the studio is a country scene. The photo is framed with a grey oval mat edged with raised dark grey decoration. A vellum page protects the photo. Below the photo on the mat is the name of the studio 'Barrett Studio' on a sash with an eagle/animal-like creature in a shield. The address beneath is 327 Yonge St. Toronto. History: This item was donated by the Herridge family, long time residents of Mississauga and owners of Herridge Market on Southdown Road in Clarkson. Lloyd Coulson Herridge (1912-1988) and his wife Viola née Ehrhardt (1912-2004) had six children; Lois, Ross, Don, Bruce, Jim and Jane (Jane donated these items on behalf of her family). All members of the family worked at the market and it still continues to be a family run business with Don Herridge and his family now managing the market. Lloyd Herridge and all of his children attended Clarkson School on Clarkson Road South. Lloyd, aside from operating the market, worked for the Public Utilities Commission and was also involved in local politics. He served as a Deputy Reeve and Reeve and was a close friend of former mayor of Toronto Township Robert Speck.
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