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General Byng School

Happy Friday once again! Another week in the book. Today’s photo is dated May 24, 1927.

The caption on the back reads:

    Gen. Byng Continuation School, Sandwich

A nice view of what is today Forster Secondary on Felix on Windsor’s west side. Back when the school was still newish, and long before the additions came along.

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