1926 Glossy black and white print of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, also known as the Fugitive Slave Chapel. This is a grainy print of the picture and caption that appeared in the London Advertiser May 8, 1926. Fugitive Slave Chapel of London. Above is the original African Methodist Episcopal...
ca. 1925-1927, Group photograph of senior students posed outside S. S. No. 21 (St. Lawrence School). A sign in the foreground states ST. LAWRANCE S.S. No 21 LONDON SENIOR. This white brick school with two classrooms and a basement was built in 1909 on N 1/2 Lot 11, Con. 2, London Township. It served an area...
ca. 1915 - 1938 A black and white reprint made from a damaged original(?) photograph of The Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited on Waterloo Street at the Canadian Pacific Railway tracks. Cars with white wall tires are on display in two of the windows on the ground floor.
This reprint was made from a damaged...
ca. 1921-1931, A professional black and white head and shoulders portrait of Lieutenant Colonel William Moir Gartshore who became president of the McClary Manufacturing Company of London, Ontario after the death of his father-in-law, John McClary in 1921. Born in Dundas, Ontario in 1853, William Gartshore would...
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