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  • Chippewa Park Camping (~1928)
    Image       View of five young men at Chippewa Park, Fort William, Ontario, lounging near their tent. Chippewa Park was a popular local camping area.
    Image     View of five young men at Chippewa Park, Fort William, Ontario, lounging near their tent. Chippewa Park was a popular local camping area.
  • Girls Wanted (~1928)
    Image       View of five young men at Chippewa Park, Fort William, Ontario, in the doorway of their tent. A cushion in the foreground indicates that they were looking for female companionship, "Girls Wanted."
    Image     View of five young men at Chippewa Park, Fort William, Ontario, in the doorway of their tent. A cushion in the foreground indicates that they were looking for female companionship, ...
  • First Boat in New Dry Dock, Port Arthur (1911)
    Image       View of the first two ships to use the new Western Dry Dock and Ship Building Company's dry dock in Port Arthur, June 1911. The photo shows the sterns of the SS Beaverton and the SS Dunelm in dry dock with two of the company's buildings in the background.
    Image     View of the first two ships to use the new Western Dry Dock and Ship Building Company's dry dock in Port Arthur, June 1911. The photo shows the sterns of ...
  • Workman Electrocuted
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 17 Aug 1928     Andrew Stewart ; Hydro Electric Power Commission ; Babe Point Sub-station
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 17 Aug 1928   Andrew Stewart ; Hydro Electric Power Commission ; Babe Point Sub-station
  • Eatons Foodateria
    Imagecomment       Interior of Eatons Foodateria in Fort William. Eatons opened its Fort William store on Victoria Avenue in 1929. It remained in this location to serve the community until 1948, when the store was relocated to South Syndicate Ave.
    Imagecomment     Interior of Eatons Foodateria in Fort William. Eatons opened its Fort William store on Victoria Avenue in 1929. It remained in this location to serve the community until 1948, when ...
  • Mary J.L. Black, 1879-1937 (~1921)
    Image       A portrait of Mary Joanna Louisa Black., Mary J.L. Black was appointed to the position of librarian at the Fort William Public Library in 1909. At this time the library was one room opposite the jail cells, in the basement of City Hall. During her twenty eight years of service ...
    Image     A portrait of Mary Joanna Louisa Black., Mary J.L. Black was appointed to the position of librarian at the Fort William Public Library in 1909. At this time the library ...
  • St. Joseph's Boarding School (~1927)
    Image       Students pose outside St. Joseph's Boarding School. St. Joseph's Boarding School was a residential school at the Mission for First Nation's children. In 1909, a new structure was built at the corner of Franklin Street and Arthur Street. It continued to operate as a school and residence for First Nation's ...
    Image     Students pose outside St. Joseph's Boarding School. St. Joseph's Boarding School was a residential school at the Mission for First Nation's children. In 1909, a new structure was built at ...
  • Vicker's Park (~1922)
    Image       Winding pathways past birch trees and beds of flowers provide an island of serenity in the middle of an urban setting. In 1902 Catherine Mary Vickers donated ten acres of land to the city to be used as a public park or garden, on the condition that at each corner ...
    Image     Winding pathways past birch trees and beds of flowers provide an island of serenity in the middle of an urban setting. In 1902 Catherine Mary Vickers donated ten acres of ...
  • Diamond Jubilee Parade at Fair Grounds (1927)
    Image       A truck draped with flags and bunting proceeds through the fair grounds towing a float completely covered in flowers. The Union Jack flies overhead on flag poles wrapped in bunting. A musical band is seated to the right of the float. Celebrations for Canada's Diamond Jubilee lasted three days in ...
    Image     A truck draped with flags and bunting proceeds through the fair grounds towing a float completely covered in flowers. The Union Jack flies overhead on flag poles wrapped in bunting. ...
  • Diamond Jubilee, Public Library Float
    Image       The Fort William Public Library's prize winning float, parked in front of the entrance to the Fort William Public Library on Brodie Street. Celebrations were in honor of the Jubilee (60 year anniversary) of Confederation. The parade itself was about one and a half miles long. Prizes were given for ...
    Image     The Fort William Public Library's prize winning float, parked in front of the entrance to the Fort William Public Library on Brodie Street. Celebrations were in honor of the Jubilee ...
  • The Ice-breaker James Whalen (~1922)
    Image       Three people stand aboard the James Whalen as it cuts through the ice in Thunder Bay harbour. The ice-breaking tug James Whalen was built in 1905. It was designed to be tough enough to tow heavy steamers, and to cut through ice up to 20 inches thick. The tugboat served ...
    Image     Three people stand aboard the James Whalen as it cuts through the ice in Thunder Bay harbour. The ice-breaking tug James Whalen was built in 1905. It was designed to ...
  • Finnish Labour Temple / Hoito Restaurant (~1922)
    Image       A photograph of the Finnish Labour Temple as it looked in the 1920's. The Finnish Labour Temple on Bay Street was built in 1910. It was truly a multi-purpose building, from its very beginnings. The building was utilized by labour groups, a Finnish publishing company, a gymnastic club, drama groups ...
    Image     A photograph of the Finnish Labour Temple as it looked in the 1920's. The Finnish Labour Temple on Bay Street was built in 1910. It was truly a multi-purpose building, ...
  • C.P.R. Station - Port Arthur (1925)
    Image       A view of the Canadian Pacific Railway Station, Port Arthur, in 1925. The structure, surmounted by a massive clock tower, was built in 1907 during the heyday of Canada's Railway Age. The baggage room and express office at the Arthur end of the station was built in 1915 with a ...
    Image     A view of the Canadian Pacific Railway Station, Port Arthur, in 1925. The structure, surmounted by a massive clock tower, was built in 1907 during the heyday of Canada's Railway ...
  • Return of Port Arthur Hockey Team (May 1925)
    Image       Champions of Canada and winners of the Allan Cup for 1925. Thunder Bay's amateur hockey teams won national honours four times in the 1920's. This Northern Ontario achievement was rarely acknowledged by Southern Ontario.
    Image     Champions of Canada and winners of the Allan Cup for 1925. Thunder Bay's amateur hockey teams won national honours four times in the 1920's. This Northern Ontario achievement was rarely ...
  • The Allan Cup Champs (1929)
    Image       Scotty Stewart, Steve Vain, 'Phat' Wilson disembark from the train in Port Arthur after returning from a triumphant third time win holding the Allan Cup. The loudest of cheers was for Gordon (Phat) Wilson, now in the Canadian Hall of Fame, and Wilf L'Heureux whose records never equalled by any ...
    Image     Scotty Stewart, Steve Vain, 'Phat' Wilson disembark from the train in Port Arthur after returning from a triumphant third time win holding the Allan Cup. The loudest of cheers was ...
  • Trout Fishing
    Imagemystery       A very happy fisherman, with a very large fish, which has been identified as a trout.
    Imagemystery     A very happy fisherman, with a very large fish, which has been identified as a trout.
  • Happy Crocker (~1926)
    Image       'Happy' Crocker with his touring car, which he used to advertise Fort William tourist camps. Edward Crocker travelled throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois handing out leaflets advertising the beauty of the Lakehead area.
    Image     'Happy' Crocker with his touring car, which he used to advertise Fort William tourist camps. Edward Crocker travelled throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois handing out leaflets advertising the beauty ...
  • Huronic, Port Arthur, ~1928
    Image       The SS Huronic at harbour near Port Arthur, Ontario. The Sleeping Giant is visible in the background. The exact date of this picture is unknown.
    Image     The SS Huronic at harbour near Port Arthur, Ontario. The Sleeping Giant is visible in the background. The exact date of this picture is unknown.
  • Sports at Loon Lake (Susan Ruttan/Ross)
    NewspaperText  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 7 Aug 1928, p. 3     ...
    NewspaperText  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 7 Aug 1928, p. 3   ...
  • Murder case opens at assizes : court hears of midnight death party
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 29 Feb 1928, 1, 10     Murder trial ; Witness Testimony ; Quarrel ; Dance ; Stabbing ; Colby's Place ; Whitefish ; David Kestaimaki (Victim) ; Nicholai Neimi (Suspect)
    Newspaper  Port Arthur News Chronicle, 29 Feb 1928, 1, 10   Murder trial ; Witness Testimony ; Quarrel ; Dance ; Stabbing ; Colby's Place ; Whitefish ; David Kestaimaki (Victim) ; Nicholai Neimi (Suspect)
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