Remembering Oak Ridge
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Photograph of drawing of cowboy on horseback on chalkboard in patient room.

Series of three photographs showing writing around the walls of a patient's room in Oak Ridge.

Series of two photographs showing writing on blackboard of patient room.

Photograph of a copper etching of a lion created by a patient at Oak Ridge.

Photograph of an acrylic painting created by a patient at Oak Ridge featuring a face.

Photograph of a sample of leather-work completed by patients at Oak Ridge. Includes a bowl, belt, and wallet.

Series of nine photographs taken of the equipment used by patients at Oak Ridge to fabricate baseballs at the Ball Shop.

Photograph of the stone front gates to Oak Ridge during demolition of the building. The gates were built by an Oak Ridge patient and are the only remaining component of the building today.

Oil painting of Oak Ridge patients cutting ice on the bay, 1940-60.jpg
Oil painting of Oak Ridge patients cutting ice on the bay titled "Ice harvest, Penetang, Ont." Painted by Oak Ridge patient William H. Fordham and donated by his former staff member.

1989_Aug_Palettes 2_edited.jpg
Photograph of stacks of wooden palettes created by patients in Oak Ridge.
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