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Sir William Pearce Howland Historical Plaque, Cooksville
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Title: Sir William Pearce Howland Historical Plaque, Cooksville
Identifier: MI0003
Date of Original Photo: 16 August 1967
Date Built: 1967
Image Type: B&W Photo
Subject: Howland, William Pearce, Sir, 1811-1907
Donor: City of Mississauga
Location: Confederation Square, Cooksville

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Description: Unveiling of the Sir William Pearce Howland historical plaque in Confederation Square, Cooksville, 16 August 1967, as part of Canada's Centennial celebration. Howland was Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario from 1868 to 1873 and a Father of Confederation. From left to right: Reeve Robert W. Speck; Miss Margaret Howland, great grand-daughter of Sir William Pearce Howland; Mrs. W. G. C. Howland; Mr. W. G. C. Howland, great grandson of William Pearce Howland; Mary Fix; William G. Tolton, Mayor of Streetsville; Eleanor Blake; Dr. J. M. S. Careless. Original photo at Museums of Mississauga. Description as of April 2012
Agency: Mississauga Library System