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Leslie Log House

Leslie Log House Project
4415 Mississauga Road, Mississauga

The Leslie Log House is now officially open! Drop by on a Wednesday or Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 pm to learn more about our third Museums of Mississauga site!

Bradley House
This white cedar log house was built by Robert Leslie in 1826 on Mississauga Road, north of Derry. In 1994 it was moved to its current location; the building is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act.

The City of Mississauga is working in partnership with the Streetsville Historical Society to provide them with a new home in the Log House, with appropriate artifact and archival storage for their rich collection, as well as exhibit and meeting space. The Museums of Mississauga and the Friends of the Museums of Mississauga are also partners in this project, and will be developing educational programming and family activities based in the Leslie Log House. There is also consideration being given to an Urban Garden Project. The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2010 and is funded by the City of Mississauga and Infastructure Ontario Art funds.

Leslie Log House Project Update

Work is underway at the Leslie Log House at 4415 Mississauga Road, and the building will open to the public on May 14th, 2011 as the new home of the Streetsville Historical Society, in partnership with the Museums of Mississauga, City of Mississauga. The Leslie Log House will join Bradley Museum and Benares Historic House as the third Museums of Mississauga site. The building will house the SHS's rich archival and artifact collection in appropriate museum-quality storage upstairs. The main floor will feature exhibits of the SHS collection, educational programming by the Museums of Mississauga, and include a lovely meeting room available for meetings and social occasions.

Project Management: Facilities and Property Management, City of Mississauga
General Contractor: RBG Inc.

Project Steering Committee: Anne Byard and Sandra Emerson, Streetsville Historical Society; Fred Durdan and John Pegram, Friends of the Museums of Mississauga; Jeremy Harvey, Museums of Mississauga Advisory Committee; Annemarie Hagan, Museums Manager; Iyke Adikankwu, Project Manager, City of Mississauga.

Leslie Log House under construction!
Top Row: John Pegram and Fred Durdan, Friends of the Museums of Mississauga Front Row: Iyke Adikankwu, Project Manager, City of Mississauga, Anne Byard, Archivist, Streetsville Historical Society, and Annemarie Hagan, Museums Manager, City of Mississauga

Panoramic Photo of the Main Floor, Leslie Log House, during construction

Panoramic Photo of the basement, Leslie Log House, during construction

Panoramic Photo of the second floor, Leslie Log House, during construction

Related Links Museums Picture Gallery

Open House Media Coverage
February 11th, 2010 Open House Flyer
February 11th, 2010 Open House Letter

Historical Information from Mississauga Public Library 

Leslie Family News Articles
Leslie Log House
Leslie Family

Selected Images from the Historic Images Gallery 

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John Leslie Jr.: Link
Isabella Steen Leslie: Link
Jane McClure Leslie and George Leslie: Link
Leslie Log House at original location, 7250 Mississauga Road (North of Derry): Links  1  2  3   4
Leslie Log House at 4415 Mississauga Road North: Link
Leslie Log House Heritage Plaque: Link