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Tutela Heights Ladies V-Neck Shirt

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This ladies v-neck shirt features a crest for the Tutela Heights neighborhood created by local Brantford artist Dave McCreary. Modeling t-shirts with the crest are Lauren O'Neill and Tyler Wilson who grew up in Tutela Heights.  Photos were taken at Bell Homestead National Historic Site. Bell Homestead also known by the name of its principal structure, Mellville House, was the first North American home of the Bell family. Alexander Graham Bell conducted his earliest experiments in North America there, and later invented the telephone at the Homestead in July 1874.