Fonds PR-189 - Rosson family fonds

Bathers at Todd's Beach, 1915 Rosson, Grant and Lambrick boys outside Rosson home in 1936 George Rosson and family Creed's greenhouse workers, Mrs. Ella Creed, Mrs Parks (tomato packer) and June Rosson, 1940s Flood near 1591 San Juan Avenue Looking west-northwest towards Shelbourne Street [Cedar Hill Road?] with Mount Douglas in view George William Rosson View looking north west to Shelbourne in winter [with Mount Douglas in view] [View from Shelbourne Street] looking toward Orrico's Greenhouses and Mount Douglas Frank Rosson in potato patch
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PR-189

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Rosson family fonds

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  • 1915-1960 (Creation)

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17 photographs

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Lorna June Rosson (called June) was the granddaughter of George Pollard Rosson who owned the Rock Bay Saloon on Bay Street in Victoria. Her father, George William Rosson, was born in Victoria in 1880. He worked for the Municipality of Saanich for 17 years. June’s two brothers owned greenhouses on Shelbourne Street, and June worked as a horticultural assistant in greenhouses and hothouses from 1945 to 1977. June Rosson was born in 1920 and lived continuously in the family home at 1591 San Juan Avenue (formerly McMorran Avenue) in Gordon Head until her death in 1988.

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Donated to Saanich Archives ca.1983.

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Fonds consists of 17 photographs of the Gordon Head area including swimming at Todd's beach, greenhouses and farms, the Rosson family, and the old Gordon Head school.

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  • English

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Accession number: 1983-006

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