Official Bell Homestead NHS Website, City of Brantford

Bell Homestead Photos 

  • Dr. and Mrs. Bell with their family at the official dedication of the Bell Homestead 1917
  • Dr. and Mrs. Bell at the official dedication of the Bell Homestead, October 14th, 1917
  • Dr. Bell and his daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor, at the Homestead in 1906
  • Dr. Bell at the unveiling of the Bell Memorial in Brantford, October 24th, 1917
  • Dr. Bell visits his former home in 1906
  • Melville and Eliza Bell in front of their Tutelo Heights home, 1870s
  • Melville and Eliza Bell with family at their Tutela Heights home circa 1881
  • Christmas at the Homestead
  • Eliza Bell's Kitchen Range
  • Eliza Bell's Kitchen Range
  • Melville Bell's favourite practical joke
  • Staff and volunteers celebrate Bell Canada's 125th Anniverary in 2005
  • The Bell Homestead at Christmas
  • The Bell Homestead and Henderson Home amid winter snow.
  • The bell Homestead and its pastoral grounds in summer.
  • The Henderson Home, Canada’s first telephone business office.
  • Proud Brantford residents welcome visitors at the Bell Homestead sign, 1940’s.
  • The Bell Homestead in 1935 after the move to its new foundation.
  • The board of directors of the Bell Telephone Company of Canada at the Homestead in the 1930s.
  • Lord Tweedsmuir, the Governor General of Canada, visiting the Bell Homestead in 1937.
  • Canadian author, Thomas B. Costain, holding a replica of Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone that was presented to him for his biography of the inventor entitled, 'The Cord of Steel'.