I noticed the new copper on the building last summer when we went back to Montreal and was glad.My mom used to take driving lesson courses in that building in the 80's!
such a fucking lovely building!!
Went to school there in the 40's and early 50's. Lots of memories.
I went there in the early '70s. My very first teacher was Miss Davis. I remember that she and her husband took me to see the Irish Rovers.Hello, Miss Davis!
I too went to that school in the late 60' 70's
We are currently writing a renovation project about this beautiful school. Anyone has an idea, how many rooms per floor? Thanks.
My grandfather was the caretaker at Victoria School from about 1908-1928.My father's address was 40 St. Luke St. I imagine the family lived in part of the school or just next to it. I recently came across an old photo of the family in front of the school taken in about 1914. You can tell from the brickwork around the entrance that it is Victoria School. The steps have been changed. If I had an e-mail address I could send a copy of the old photo...it is in bad shape but I tried to have it restored. K. Brown Herman
My sister and I attended from 1946 to 1954. Lots of good times and memories.
I have a class photograph, with me in it, from 1950 showing Grade 7 students along with the teacher, Mr. Lang, and the principal. The photo is 8x10 with all the students names on the back. Cannot remember the principal's name but he gave me the strap for doing nothing!! He had a large book in his office with the strap in the book and he registered everyone who was strapped.
My mom and aunts went to school there in the 40's. Does anyone know if there are school books with photos of the students?
I have a class photo of the Grade 7 Class 1950 standing on the steps of Victoria School with me in it.On the back of the 8x10 photo there is a list of all the students.