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Samuel Lawrence
... Samuel Lawrence (August 16, 1879 - October 25, 1959) was a Canadian politician and trade unionist ... Lawrence was born in Somerset, England and went to work in a quarry at the age of 12 and became a shop steward in the mason's union at the age of 17 ... Labour", Sam Lawrence was an alderman, controller, and the Mayor of Hamilton from 1944 to 1949 ...
Concession Street (Hamilton, Ontario) - Gallery
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Escape (radio program) - List of Episodes
... Man Who Would Be King" Rudyard Kipling, adapted by Les Crutchfield Raymond Lawrence 07-07-47 2 "Operation Fleur de Lis" William N ... Scott Fitzgerald, adapted by Les Crutchfield Sam Edwards 08-29-48 52 "A Dream of Armageddon" H.G ... Express" Graham Greene, adapted by Sheldon Stark Edgar Barrier 02-19-49 57 "Red Wine" Lawrence Blochman, adapted by Morton Lewis/Les Crutchfield Jeff ...
Thomas Hambly Ross
... Sam Lawrence Park can be found on the western-end of Concession Street ... In 1960, the park was renamed to honour Sam Lawrence ... During 1990 to 1994, Sam Lawrence Park underwent a major upgrading that included repairing the stone walls, installing new walkways, site lighting, site furniture, and the ...
Timeline Of Events In Hamilton, Ontario - 1940–1949
1944– Sam Lawrence Park can be found on the western end of Concession Street ... In 1960, the park was renamed to honour Sam Lawrence ... During 1990 to 1994, Sam Lawrence Park underwent a major upgrading that included repairing the stone walls, installing new walkways, site lighting, site furniture ...

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