ca. 1920 Photo of 172 Queen Street East, which at this time was the Whyte Packing Co. Butchers and is now William J. Galloway's Law Office.
In the picture the bookkeeper Miss Ida King is seen as well as the Manager Mr. Morrissey - both standing just outside the door in front of the store's large window....
Photo of five people standing outside a store. The window reads "Frank Garuse's Imported and Domestic Fruits." Condition: in okay condition; surface scratches and some slight folds but still good.
June 12, 1966 Photo of the commemoration of the historical plaque down at the Town Hall on June 12th, 1966.
Click on photo to see plaque as it appeared in 2003.
People in this photo:
Mrs. Thomas Near (of the St. Marys Women's Insitute)
Mrs. George Wilson (of the Perth County Historical Foundation)
approx. 1909 Photo of the outside of the Journal newspaper's building. Lorne Eedy and Gus Woods are inside the office and can be seen through the windows.
This building is located at 142 Queen Street East in St. Marys. It is now the home of the Chocolate Factory, but for many years housed the St. Marys...
June 5, 1890 Photo of four men standing in front of Maclean's drugstore in St. Marys. They are standing on a wooden sidewalk, and one can see that the sign above the store says "APOTHECARYS HALL", with a sign in the middle that says "J MACLEAN/DRUGGIST/SURGEON DENTIST"
The men are identified as:
July 19, 1899 Photo of the A. Beattie & Co. storefront, with the staff all standing out front. This photo was taken July 19, 1899 during the Old Boys' Reunion.
The people have been identified as:
J.D. Stanley, G. Sutherland, Geo. Ross, Miss Lovell, M. Delmage, A.J. Lovell, Harry Robinson, Etta _________, Jas....
ca. 1930s Photo of the interior of the St. Marys Journal Argus press room. Many machines can be seen as well as a few men.
Pictured from left to right are:
Larry Grose (linotype - sets type)
Paul McMellan (pressman)
Eli Grose (foreman)
Bob Hicks (apprentice) Condition: Good. Some slight staining with...
1890 Photo of men all standing outside of W. Moyes Carriage Works. In front of the men is a carriage posed on the sidewalk.
Two of the men are identified:
William Moyes is on the far right with Robert Stewart standing beside him with the beard.
This shop was located at 21 Wellington Street North...
1865 Photo of Queen Street looking east just over the west side of the Victoria bridge. Some men are standing on the west side with a horse drawn carriage crossing over the bridge as well as a person walking. The Box residence can be seen in the background (on the right) and the mill can be seen on...
Photo of a group of employees standing outside of the White & May store. A bicycle is sitting out front of the store, and a sign on a piece of wood reads: "the one price store." Condition: Okay. Faded with slight contrast loss but image looks pretty good.
Photo of employees of White & May standing outside the store. One man (possibly Jerry White) is standing holding onto a bicycle. A sign stating "Millinery Showroom Open Now!" can be seen beside a man wearing a vest. Condition: Okay. Slight contrast loss, but image looks okay.
Photo of six women and one man posed in a small room surrounded by hats. These people are identified as having worked in the Millinery Department of the former White & May store.
Only two are identified:
Back row - 2nd from the left: Della Tracy
Back Row - far right - Ada LaGear Condition: ...
1920s Photo of a man and a woman standing in front of a pavement flattening machine. This photo would have been taken in the 1920s when Queen Street was first paved. Condition: Copy is good.
ca. 1890 Photo of two men standing outside of a store with people looking out of the windows of the 2nd and 3rd floors. The store is identified as Daniel McLaren's store (currently the entrance to Desjardins bank). Condition: Okay. Faded (some loss of contrast). Matte is rough looking image is intact....
ca. 1890 Photo of 2 men standing out front a shop with the sign "Wiederhold the Shoeman" store. In the window many shoes can be seen as well as advertisements for shoes. Condition: Very good. Even tone and fairly clean. On back:
Mr. Johnston Sr - shoemaker
ca. 1880 Photo of the W. Andrews clock and jewelery storefront back around 1880. This building was a lot less elaborate than the later building. A clock can be seen in the centre of the building, with another one hanging off the building. A man and a boy are standing out front. Condition: Good. Pen...
Photo of 19 Water Street South with J. Bartlett's bakery existing inside it. Outside the store are J. Bartlett himself and some other employees. Condition: Copy is good.
Photo of J. Bartlett's bakery located at 19 and 21 Water Street South. There are two employees standing outside the store wearing aprons. Condition: Copy is good. Was on Water St from 1869
Photo of Jack Sgariglia sitting outside his store (99 Queen Street East) talking with a boy. Both are in shirts and ties with aprons tied at their waists. Condition: Copy is very good.