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Framing Our Past edited by Anne Cook Lorna R McLean and Kate O Rourke
Framing Our Past edited by Anne Cook Lorna R McLean and Kate O Rourke
With introductory essays by historians, Framing Our Past emphasizes the lived experiences of women including a chapter by Magda Zakanyi, on the philanthropic work of a number of Gooderham women in the creation of what is now Holland Bloorview, once the Home for Incurable Children.
 
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G & W historic sources adapted from report  by Stephen A. Otto, 1994.
G & W historic sources adapted from report by Stephen A. Otto, 1994.
When developers created The Distillery District from the Gooderham & Worts distillery, Stephen Otto researched the history of the business and the people who built it. This is an adapted version of Stephen Otto's report on sources of archival materials on the Gooderham and Worts families.
 
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G&W boat
G&W boat
source unknown
possibly docked at RCYC
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Genealogy for Northrup family whose daughter Cora Maude married Henry Stephen Gooderham I
Genealogy for Northrup family whose daughter Cora Maude married Henry Stephen Gooderham I
 
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George (Walter?) Gooderham on left with John Hamilton Gooderham on right.
George (Walter?) Gooderham on left with John Hamilton Gooderham on right.
Woman in center is unknown.
 
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George Gooderham and his beloved Oriole
George Gooderham and his beloved Oriole
 
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George Gooderham Sr with Catherine MacDonald and family.
George Gooderham Sr with Catherine MacDonald and family.
L to R: William Ezekiel, Jessie Helen, Archibald Roderick, Katherine, George Sr. and Harriet Jane (Jennie) which suggests that either John Hamilton or more likely Elizabeth (Libbie) may have taken the picture. (John would likely have been out west...)
 
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George Gooderham Toronto Island home
George Gooderham Toronto Island home
Photo accompanying Sally Gobson's article titled Toronto Island Connections
 
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George Gooderham's 36 grandchildren gathering for Xmas at Waveney (now the York Club) are identified here...maybe. See Most Wanted for the mystery of this photo.
George Gooderham's 36 grandchildren gathering for Xmas at Waveney (now the York Club) are identified here...maybe. See Most Wanted for the mystery of this photo.
 
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George Gooderham's grandchildren at Xmas in his home, Waveney
George Gooderham's grandchildren at Xmas in his home, Waveney
 
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George Gooderham's grandchildren Xmas 1896(?) at Waveney (now the York Club)
George Gooderham's grandchildren Xmas 1896(?) at Waveney (now the York Club)
Perhaps more accurately labelled as 1896 with some changes to individuals identified?
 
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George Gooderham's home Waveney (now the York Club)
George Gooderham's home Waveney (now the York Club)
What is now a private members club, the York Club (view from southwest)was once the home of George Gooderham. He built it at the corner of Bloor and St. George St. and names it Waveney, after the river running through Scole, Norfolk, England where he was born.
 
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George Gooderham, son of Ezekiel and Harriet
George Gooderham, son of Ezekiel and Harriet
 
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George Gooderham, son of William
George Gooderham, son of William
George was an avid sailor and Commodore of the RCYC
 
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George H. Hamilton in front of York Mills Baptist Church
George H. Hamilton in front of York Mills Baptist Church
The church shot from across the street looking north with GHG.

Pictures taken by Ronald M. Gooderham and George H. Gooderham. See EG_Cemetaries-3745.jpg for the story that goes with this image.
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham 
Doctor of The University of Calgary, honoris causa
George Hamilton Gooderham Doctor of The University of Calgary, honoris causa
June 1972
Pictured with family members from absolute left to right:
Patty Morgenstern (RMG's daughter), G. Kent Gooderham (Son), Ev Gooderham (RMG's wife), Helen Rae Gooderham (GKG's wife), George Hamilton Gooderham, Nordy Morgenstern (RMG's son-in-law), Elizabeth Robinson (GHG's Daughter), Ronald M. Gooderham (GHG's Cousin), Elenore Crawford (GHG's daughter) and John Crawford (GHG son-in-law).

On the occasion of the conferring of the degree of Doctor of The University of Calgary, honoris causa upon George Hamilton Gooderham
June 1972

The following biography was obtained from the University of Calgary Gazette, May, 1972.

Mr. Gooderham, born on the Poorman Indian Reserve in Central Saskatchewan began his life among the Indians and throughout his life maintained a very close friendship and working relationship with them. Both the Blackfoot and Blood Bands made him an honorary Chief and he served on the executive of the Kainai Chieftainship, an organization limited to a number of prominent men made Honorary Chiefs by the Blood Indian Band.

Mr. Gooderham worked for the Blackfoot Indians from 1920, taking over from his father as Agent and later becoming Regional supervisor, a position he retained until his retirement in 1954. In 1955 he launched a new career with the Harvie Foundation, becoming the first employee of the Glenbow Foundation. Here he has put his vast knowledge of the Indian people and their history to work, writing stories and articles and building the Glenbow Collection.

Now he is working with the Riveredge Foundation, a private Foundation that grew out of the original Glenbow. His interests have touched the whole community, however, and he is past Director of the Provincial Association of the Canadian Mental Health Association, of which he organized the Calgary branch; a past associated Direct of the Calgary Stampede and Exhibition and Stampede Board and a past president of the Alberta Pioneers and Old Timers Association and the Men
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham
George Hamilton Gooderham
Formal portrait probably taken in 1968 when he transferred to the Riveredge Foundation from the Glenbow Foundation.
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham
George Hamilton Gooderham
Portrait on the way to Europe WW1
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham and family
George Hamilton Gooderham and family
George Hamilton Gooderham with wife Mary Anna Gooderham (Kentner)
Children (left to right) Elizabeth, Kent, Jean.
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham and family.
George Hamilton Gooderham and family.
Mary Anna Gooderham (Kentner) and George Hamilton Gooderham
with children (left to right) Kent, Elizabeth and Jean.
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham extended family portrait.
George Hamilton Gooderham extended family portrait.
Back row left to right: Jack Crawford, Jean, Kent, Helen-Ray (Crawford), Elizabeth, Geoffery Robinson, Basi Robinson.
Middle row: ? George Hamilton, Mary Anna,Rory in her arms, ? , Katherine Robinson
Front row: Bridget Ann Robinson(?),?,David Robinson(?),?, George C. K. in car.
(Crawford Kids are mixed up here with the Robinsons so can't id them for sure.) Jack and Helen-Rae are not relatives that I can recall.
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham with (his Aunt Jessie Helen Gooderham)
George Hamilton Gooderham with (his Aunt Jessie Helen Gooderham)
This image is related by similar lighting and photographer as image of GHG with HTA and signed on back by "Aunt Jessie"
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham with Holly T. Gooderham
George Hamilton Gooderham with Holly T. Gooderham
GHG age 11 HTA age 13 Signed on back by "Aunt Jessie"
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham with HTA portrait inscription on back
George Hamilton Gooderham with HTA portrait inscription on back
Signed by Jessie Helen Gooderham as "Aunt Jessie"
 
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George Hamilton Gooderham, Enuxina, as he was known in Blackfoot. It was a name George inherited from his father John Hamilton and translated as 'Little Chief.'
George Hamilton Gooderham, Enuxina, as he was known in Blackfoot. It was a name George inherited from his father John Hamilton and translated as "Little Chief."
In 1961 the Blackfoot Sun Dance was recorded in sound and pictures by the Glenbow Foundation. It was first time such a film had been made.
In appreciation of what Mr. E.L. Harvie had done for them in this connection, the leading BlackFoot society
 
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George Horace Gooderham
George Horace Gooderham
 
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George Horace Gooderham
George Horace Gooderham
 
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George Horace Gooderham 1943
George Horace Gooderham 1943
 
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George Horace Gooderham and Prince Edward
George Horace Gooderham and Prince Edward
Prince Edward visited the RCYC when George Horace Gooderham was Commodore.
 
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George Horace Gooderham and the Prince of Wales at the RCYC 1918
George Horace Gooderham and the Prince of Wales at the RCYC 1918
 
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George Horace Gooderham at Canadian National Exhibition
George Horace Gooderham at Canadian National Exhibition
George Horace Gooderham was President of the Canadian National Exhibition. At one time there was a fountain at the Princes Gates called the Gooderham fountain.
 
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George Horace Gooderham for Mayor!
George Horace Gooderham for Mayor!
 
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George Horace Gooderham portrait from Dominion Insurance.jpg
George Horace Gooderham portrait from Dominion Insurance.jpg
George Horace Gooderham was President of Dominion Insurance
 
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George Horace Gooderham portrait from RCYC
George Horace Gooderham portrait from RCYC
George Horace Gooderham was a Commodore at the RCYC
 
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George Horace Gooderham to the rescue
George Horace Gooderham to the rescue
 
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George Kent Gooderham
George Kent Gooderham
Author photo from the book jacket "I am an Indian"
 
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George Kent Gooderham Family during Gooderham Reunion at G&W Distillery Tour.
George Kent Gooderham Family during Gooderham Reunion at G&W Distillery Tour.
Front row: Sara, Noah, Graham, Rachel, Amelie (Crossen), Elizabeth, George C. K.
Back row: Helen-Rae (Crawford), Rory, Bill Duick, G. Kent, Adam, Nicholas.
 
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George Kentner Gooderham
George Kentner Gooderham
 
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Goad's map showing location of his own Toronto island property Floreat near George Gooderham's cottage
Goad's map showing location of his own Toronto island property Floreat near George Gooderham's cottage
Charles E. Goad, father of the historically vital Canadian fire atlases, also established himself on Toronto Island. His lovely stick-style cottage – Floreat – was located on the edge of Ward’s Pond, between the Gooderhams on Lakeshore Avenue, and the RCYC overlooking the Bay (see green circle on 1890 plan).
 
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Gooderham & Worts cattle sheds
Gooderham & Worts cattle sheds
Detail from “City of Toronto, 1893.” The Gooderham & Worts cattle sheds are immediately east of the bend in the river, north of the marsh. Toronto Public Library, TRL, Historical Picture Collection, 916-2-1.
 
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Gooderham and Wort's director of the Bank of Toronto
Gooderham and Wort's director of the Bank of Toronto
List of names and dates of Gooderhams and Worts who were directors of the Bank of Toronto
 
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Gooderham and Worts cattle sheds map
Gooderham and Worts cattle sheds map
Gooderham & Worts Distillery at Front and Trinity Streets, 1858. Note the five cattle sheds on the east side of Trinity Street, opposite the mill buildings. Source: W.S. Boulton and H.C. Boulton, Atlas of the City of Toronto and vicinity, Toronto: J.Ellis, 1858, Special Collections, TRL, Toronto Public Library.
 
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Gooderham Family Bible found in Distillery
Gooderham Family Bible found in Distillery
Dinah Cruse-Hunter, whose 4th g-grandmother was a sister-in-law to William Gooderham’s son, Alfred Edward Gooderham, was given this bible by a friend who rescued it from under the feet of a worker at the Distillery District. Dinah gave the bible to Gay Gooderham and wrote the following about the bible:

My husband and I have been historical re-enactors for the past 15 years or so. We belong to a group called On-gwe-ho-way (first peoples of Turtle Island) and interpret as Native participants in the War of 1812, mostly. We also interpret as 1812 naval participants and camp followers. On occasion, we also participate as my 3rd Great Grandparents (Col. and Lucy Bridgford) in The Rebellion of 1837.

One of our 1812 re-enactors who knew of my connection to the Gooderhams, asked if we would be interested in a Bible he found while doing renovations at the Distillery District in Toronto. He rescued it from the floor. It had been used as a “step-up” by one of the workers to reach a ceiling fixture. Needless to say, I jumped at the opportunity to be caretaker of the Bible.

The Bible is big!! It’s about 9 ½ “ x 11 ½ “ x 3” thick. I looked through the book and lo and behold, I found handwritten entries for William Gooderham’s family! I was stunned! The Bible itself was published in Boston by Robert H. Sherburne, 1848. It is leather bound, but the front cover has completely separated from the binding and the spine is detached from the binding. Bible is about 9 ½ “ x 11 ½ “ x 3” thick
 
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Gooderham fountain at the CNE
Gooderham fountain at the CNE
The Gooderham Fountain designed by Gouinlock, graced the CNE Princess Gates from 1910 or 11, and was a well-known landmark and meeting place on the grounds. It was named for George Horace Gooderham, President of the CNE Association from 1909 to 1911. It was replaced in 1958 with a modernist design and renamed Princess Margaret Fountain
 
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Gooderham plots in Scole England
Gooderham plots in Scole England
Someone in the family copied some old maps showing various lots in the area. Using google and the hand marked maps we can see there were many Gooderham plots in the area of Scole.
 
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Gooderham-Phillips-Gravestone
Gooderham-Phillips-Gravestone
Lillie Phillips Gooderham
Louise Goodeham Hutson
Harry Hutson
 
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Grave stone for John Gooderham (1712-1787)
Grave stone for John Gooderham (1712-1787)
Status: Not yet located; John Gooderham , the grandfather of our three immigrant ancestors was born and died in Scole England. Someone visited his grave and took this photo but where?
 

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