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  • Winter in Schreiber, Ontario
        Schreiber Ont
      Schreiber Ont
  • Salls Street, Red Rock
        Salls Street, Red Rock, late 1950s. Business section of Red Rock, left to right: Chappelle's, Strand Theatre, Pool Hall, Canadian Bank of Commerce, Post Office.
      Salls Street, Red Rock, late 1950s. Business section of Red Rock, left ...
  • St. Andrew's United Church
        A photograph of St. Andrew's United Church, in Schreiber.When the Methodist and Presbyterian faiths amalgamated in the 1920's, the Methodist church was sold and the Presbyterian church was enlarged and renovated.The Presbyterian church on Winnipeg Street became St. Andrew's United Church.
      A photograph of St. Andrew's United Church, in Schreiber.When the Methodist and ...
  • McIntosh's Store
        McIntosh's store on the corner of Scotia and Winnipeg Street. Looking north down Winnipeg Street.
      McIntosh's store on the corner of Scotia and Winnipeg Street. Looking north ...
  • Flood in Schreiber
        A black and white photograph of a flood in Schreiber.
      A black and white photograph of a flood in Schreiber.
  • Manitoba Street
        A black and white photograph of Manitoba street in 1942.
      A black and white photograph of Manitoba street in 1942.
  • Ontario Street
        A black and white photograph of Ontario Street, looking to the west.
      A black and white photograph of Ontario Street, looking to the west.
  • Hand Drawn maps of streets
        3 hand drawn maps of the streets of Schreiber from approximately 1918.
      3 hand drawn maps of the streets of Schreiber from approximately 1918.
  • Winter Street Scene in Schreiber
        Photograph shows a view of the front street in Schreiber in the wintertime. Notice that the photo is printed backwards.
      Photograph shows a view of the front street in Schreiber in the ...
  • First Bus to Schreiber (1937)
        The first bus to arrive in Schreiber, 1937. The photograph is looking down Scotia Street. 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      The first bus to arrive in Schreiber, 1937. The photograph is looking ...
  • Schreiber Winter Street Scene (1946)
        Winter scene in Schreiber. Snow-covered Scotia Street (main street), ca 1946. 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      Winter scene in Schreiber. Snow-covered Scotia Street (main street), ca 1946. 4.3'wide ...
  • Schreiber Main Street (~1900)
        Schreiber main street looking north down Winnipeg St., from the corner of Scotia St. McIntosh Store is on the corner. It was built in the late 1800's, and is now Spadoni's Store (1998). 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      Schreiber main street looking north down Winnipeg St., from the corner of ...
  • Schreiber Scenic View (1996)
        A panoramic view of Schreiber in the fall of 1996. Used in the brochure for 1997 'You're on the right track', designed and printed by Schreiber Heritage and Tourism Committee. 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      A panoramic view of Schreiber in the fall of 1996. Used in ...
  • Schreiber, Holy Angels Catholic Church (~1910)
        Street scene looking east down Scotia St., across from the ravine. 'Church of the Guardian Angels', built in 1889, is to the left of the new 'Holy Angels' Catholic Church. Both churches were built by Jesuit priests. Postcard written July 1911. 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      Street scene looking east down Scotia St., across from the ravine. 'Church ...
  • Schreiber Parade (~1940)
        The Remembrance Day Parade (~1940) consisting of the Armed Forces and the Scottish Bagpipes. The parade is on Scotia Street in Schreiber, turning down Subway. 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      The Remembrance Day Parade (~1940) consisting of the Armed Forces and the ...
  • Two of the First Houses Built in Terrace Bay
        L.N. Housing
      L.N. Housing
  • Postcard from Terrace Bay Resident, 1954
        The photograph in this postcard shows Elizabeth Avenue, a street in Terrace Bay, from the 1950s. This is a letter from Clara, a resident living in Terrace Bay in 1954, to her parents. Clara writes: letter will follow ? here Jan. 15 1954 Dearest Mum & Dad, Thanks so much ...
      The photograph in this postcard shows Elizabeth Avenue, a street in Terrace ...
  • Murillo
        Black and white photo of the town: Murillo.
      Black and white photo of the town: Murillo.
  • A street by any other name...
    Thunder Bay Post, 26 Apr 1994, p. 1     Streets
    Thunder Bay Post, 26 Apr 1994, p. 1   Streets
  • Open Streets a hit again : Similar events planned for Victoria and Simpson and Court streets
    Thunder Bay Source, 24 Aug 2017, p. 13     dancing in the streets this weekend ; Open Streets Thunder Bay ; fourth event ; closing down a section of Algoma Street to vehicular traffic ; photo
    Thunder Bay Source, 24 Aug 2017, p. 13   dancing in the streets this weekend ; Open Streets Thunder Bay ; ...
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