A black and white postcard of Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church in Pickering Village. R.C. Church Pickering.
"Mr. K. M Brady
4618 Kenamore Ave. Chicago, Ill.
Say Mac, do you owe me a letter or I owe you one write and let me know. We have about 4 ft of snow here on the...
1910 A black and white postcard of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Pickering Village. Pres. Church,.. Pickering, Ont.
"Pickering, Ont. Aug 29, 1911
Bradford, Ont. Aug 30, 1911
Miss Inez Howes
Pickering Tue. P.M.
I am having a fine time playing with the baby and...
A black and white postcard of the Mill race falls in Pickering Village. A cosy corner by the Mill Race Falls, Pickering
"Pickering, Ont. Nov. 23, 1909
Mr. Leon Gardner
A colour postcard of the Spink's Mill and Elevator in Pickering Village. Spink's Mill and Elevator, Pickering, Ont., Canada
"Pickering, Ont. July 7, 1911
Mrs. Will Bie
Forestville, New York
July 6 th,
What has become of all of our friends in your town? We do enjoy getting a few times and...
A black and white postcard of the Pickering baseball team - 11 boys and their coach. Reverse:
"This is our baseball team in Pickering. They are from left to right both rows:
H. __aw, _ Lockwood, H. Robertson, V. B__, _. Hall_, J. Spensor
Top Row - B. Gordon, J. King, F. Robertson, _ Mortlock, J....
A black and white postcard of a street in Pickering Village. Pickering, Ont. 1560.
A black and white postcard of King Street in Pickering Village. King Street, Pickering, Ont.
A black and white postcard of St. George's Anglican Church and Cemetery in Pickering Village. St. George's (Anglican) Curhch, Pickering
"Jun 16 10:04 1914
Mrs. E. Rolsh Armstrong
Dear Mother -
Had 2 very hard exams...
A black and white postcard depicting the Bathers' Paradise in Pickering Village. The Bathes' Paradise, Pickering.
Just a Reminder.
Toronto Canada 7 Jul 10, 1907
"Pickering, Ont. July 9, 1907
The Mankey Family
165 Davencourt. Road
1910 A black and white postcard depicting a scenic view of Pickering Village. Pickering, Ont.
"Pickering Ont, Au 15, 1912
Miss. E. Dawson
516 _ssington Ave.
We have been a long time sending you a _ but had to wait till we went up to the village we are having a fine time and...
A black and white photograph of the W.T. Dunbar building in Pickering Village with two horse-drawn carriages waiting in front.
A black and white postcard of a river scene in Pickering Village. River Scene, Pickering
"Pickering, Ont. Oct 10, 1909
Will write someday
A black and white postcard of Memorial Park in Pickering Village. Memorial Park. Pickering, Ont.
A black and white postcard of the ruins of the Friends' College - or Pickering College - after the fire on December 30, 1905 that destroyed the building. Ruins of Friends' College, Pickering
A black and white postcard depicting Pickering College after the fire that destroyed the building on December 30, 1095. Pickering College after teh fire of December 30th, 1905.
All well this a.m. the boys are up they report a good time.
Kingston, Canada Mr 10, 1906
A black and white postcard of Pickering College and Campus. Pickering College and Campus, Pickering
"Ottawa, Ont, Canada April 20 1914
Mrs. E. R. Armstrong
Maple Ave. __rockville, Ont.
Arrived safely, the other girls came up to the house. Shall write...
A black and white postcard of Pickering College, which was destroyed by a fire on December 30, 1905. Pickering College, destroyed by fire Dec. 30th, 1905.
Your letter made me _auntie are you ha__ and __ __ __ when I'll __ your w__ __ and bring you __ Lord send you aye as need:s __-ye and then __ll...
A black and white postcard of E.L. Ruddy's residence in Pickering Village. It was formerly used as Pickering College's gym until E.L. Ruddy converted it into his summer mansion. Reverse:
"Chesley, Ont March 20, 19__
c/o Jas McEwen
4th con. _ld
Pickering Mar 19
A black and white postcard of the Provincial Highway Bridge in Pickering Village. Reverse:
"Pickering, Ont September 19, 1927
Mrs. S. T. Clakre
Just a card to say I recieved your letter and parcel O.K. it is dandy. I have it on at school today. We hope all are well....
A black and white postcard of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church and Manse in Pickering Village. Reverse:
"Mrs. D. McEwen
to J. McEwen.
Well I arrived here this morning O.K. a little tired everybody is well here it is __ today but has not rained much the crops look better...