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North Bay, Ontario had its first Old Home Week to celebrate becomming a city in It was held through the first week of August, the Monday being a civic holiday. Provincial government officials were present to hand over the charter of the new city. The invitation was in Old English and took the form of a proclamation from George V. It was addressed to all “Olden Boyes and Girles, far and nygh” asking them to assemble in North Bay on August 2nd through 8th for the celebration of Old Home Week. It was signed by John Ferguson as President of OHW. North Bay became a city in and celebrated by hosting an Old Home Week early in August. Thousands of visitors came and many of them had lived in North Bay at some point. These “Old Timers” were celebrated in various ways. A few had their stories published in the Nugget. North Bay became a city in and celebrated by hosting an Old Home Week early in August. Thousands of visitors came and many of them had lived in North Bay at some point. These “Old Timers” were celebrated in various ways.
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The "Old Blue" School opened as North Bay's 2nd school. Located on the site of the later McIntyre St. School (photo: Gateway to Silverland. by Anson Gard ). Browse and buy a vast selection of Northern Ontario Books and Collectibles on Born in Callander, Scotland. Came to Canada as a child and settled at Renfrew. Arrived in North Bay in at age Married Jennie Fraser McFarlane.(daughter of Wm. McFarlane, the builder of the first residence!) Two sons named Duncan and William. Successful in real estate and generous to the church and School Board. See also "Grant of $ to Old Boys' Reunion Made by Council," North Bay Nugget 21 April and "Home Week an Epoch in Bay History," North Bay Nugget, 11 August () In this respect it is more similar to those held in the United States than those of Parker in England, which did not include recent history.