Clarkson Gallery

This community in southwest Toronto Township gets its name from one of its first settlers, Warren Clarkson, who arrived in the township in 1808 and remained there till his death in 1882. It was first referred to as Clarkson's Corners and boasted a general store and post office, run by the Clarkson family. Clarkson was renowned for its fruit growing, particularly apples and strawberries, and was considered the strawberry capital of Ontario. It contains many heritage buildings including Benares Historic House and the Bradley Museum.

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School, Second No. 5, Clarkson
School, Second No. 5, Clarkson
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School Children, Clarkson
School Children, Clarkson
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School Class, 1905, Clarkson S. S. No. 5
School Class, 1905, Clarkson S. S. No. 5
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School Class, 1905, Clarkson S. S. No. 5
School Class, 1905, Clarkson S. S. No. 5
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School Class, Clarkson S. S. No. 5
School Class, Clarkson S. S. No. 5
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School Class, First No. 6 School, Clarkson
School Class, First No. 6 School, Clarkson
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School Class, No. 6 Public School, Clarkson
School Class, No. 6 Public School, Clarkson
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School Class, No. 6 Public School, Clarkson
School Class, No. 6 Public School, Clarkson
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School Class, Second School No. 5, Clarkson
School Class, Second School No. 5, Clarkson
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School Class, Second School No. 5,  Clarkson
School Class, Second School No. 5, Clarkson
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Second Clarkson Railway Station
Second Clarkson Railway Station
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Second Clarkson S. S. No. 5
Second Clarkson S. S. No. 5
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Second Greeniaus Family Home
Second Greeniaus Family Home
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Sheridan, 1859
Sheridan, 1859
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Sheridan Mall Branch, Mississauga Library System
Sheridan Mall Branch, Mississauga Library System
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Sheridan Mall Branch Library, Official Opening, 1977
Sheridan Mall Branch Library, Official Opening, 1976
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Sheridan Science and Technology Park, Clarkson
Sheridan Science and Technology Park, Clarkson
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Sheridan Villa, Clarkson
Sheridan Villa, Clarkson
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Sheridan Villa, Clarkson
Sheridan Villa, Clarkson
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Shook Family, 50th Wedding Anniversary of Henry & Alitia Shook
Shook Family, 50th Wedding Anniversary of Henry & Alitia Shook
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