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<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> The courage of Moses Hayter

POSTCARD MEMORIES: The courage of Moses Hayter

Hayter came to the rescue of friend's wife, kids in Holland Landing during 1837 Rebellion
Early settler opened first sawmill on Big Bay Point

Early settler opened first sawmill on Big Bay Point

Hayter was the first warden of the Barrie Jail, retiring after an inmate beat his wife
POSTCARD MEMORIES: A look back at Sunfish Camp

POSTCARD MEMORIES: A look back at Sunfish Camp

Camp had 48 boys in the summer of 1935
POSTCARD MEMORIES: Recalling the frightening tornado of 1985

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Recalling the frightening tornado of 1985

'The marsh was laden with debris from steel roofing to parts of houses and barns. It looked like a war zone'
<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> Peninsula Hotel was a vacation hotspot

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Peninsula Hotel was a vacation hotspot

Opened in 1887, hotel attracted notable guests over the years, including a prime minister
<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> Gilford's first church opened 160 years ago

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Gilford's first church opened 160 years ago

Now known as Gilford United Church, building had humble origins
<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> Remembering Allan Haldenby

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Remembering Allan Haldenby

Founding member of Innisfil Historical Society held ministerial positions in various locales
<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> Graveyard only part left of Fennell’s Corners church

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Graveyard only part left of Fennell’s Corners church

The headstones at Zion Cemetery remind us of the past
<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> Innisfil was once home to 'Tent City'

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Innisfil was once home to 'Tent City'

In 1914, people could have a joyful evening for less than a dollar
<b>POSTCARD MEMORIES:</b> Innisfil 'steeped in history'

POSTCARD MEMORIES: Innisfil 'steeped in history'

The first meeting of Innisfil Historical and Archaeological Society occurred on October 10, 1972 at the new municipal building at Barclay