Coat of arms of Ridley College
"Casey" Baldwin at Ridley College, circa 1900
Dr. John Ormsby Miller, first headmaster of Ridley College.
Aerial Experiment Association. Casey (second from right), Bell (centre), McCurdy, Curtis, and Selfridge
Gooderham House at Ridley College in the 1920s.
The Iggulden Gym at Ridley College in the 1940s.
The Memorial Great Hall at Ridley College was opened in 1950 and dedicated to alumni who lost their lives in World War II.
Lower School at Ridley College.
Upper School at Ridley College.
Ridley College Memorial Chapel.
Ridley College Memorial Chapel.
Arthur Bishop House, which includes Arthur Bishop East and West (two of the five boys’ houses within Ridley College).
Ridley College's mascot,
F.W. Baldwin at Ridley College, 1900

Born in Toronto, Ontario, Casey Baldwin was educated at Ridley College, where he held prominent student leadership roles, won the Blake Gold Medal, and was captain of the cricket team.

- Frederick Walker Baldwin

Frederick Walker Baldwin, Aviation Engineer, first Canadian (and third North American after the Wright Brothers) to pilot an aircraft

- Ridley College
Coat of arms of Ridley College

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