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A Glimpse of Westover Park, St. Marys 
Image    Postcard view of the gardens at Westover Park. Westover Park was built in 1867 for William and Joseph Hutton, early settlers of St. Marys. The home has had many different uses over the years including a Catholic seminary, a commune and is now a luxury hotel catering especially to Stratford...
Cyclone - 1933 
Image  1933  Photo of the results of a storm along Jones Street around the Rice Home. Trees can be seen pulled from the ground and branches all over the place. Condition: Good. Glossy finish shows surface markings.
Cyclone - 1933 
Image  1933  The aftermath of the "cyclone" that hit St. Marys in 1933. A downed tree is the main focus of this photograph with the "Spark's Home" being in view (236 Jones Street East, also known as "Ercildoune"). Ercildoune was built as a wedding gift to George Carter's daughter Charlotte when she married...
Home of Mr. and Mrs. Currie 
Image    Photo of a group of people posed on the porch of a home. The people in the photo include: Katie Irving, Barbara Sparks, Mr. Currie, Mrs. Currie, Isabelle Young, Bessie Bain, Clair Doolittle, Flo Sparling, Grace Maxwell, Miss McRoberts, Dr. Fraleigh, Rose Doolittle, Isabel Sparks, Joe Doolittle,...
Group standing outside home in winter 
Image    Photo of a group of people standing outside a home in their winter clothing looking as if they may be heading somewhere special. The people have been identified as follows: Front: Jim Fraser, Miss Whelihan, William Harrison, Jessie Sharp, Georgie Maxwell, Maud Harrison, Will Kenny Back: Emma...
Living room at "Ercildoune" (Sparks House) 
Image    Photo of the interior of the Sparks' home - called "Ercildoune" after the town in Scotland where Dr. Thomas Sparks was born. Ercildoune was originally built as a wedding gift to George Carter's daughter Charlotte when she married Henry Lincoln Rice in 1880. The home is built in the Second Empire...
Barbara Sparks Baird sitting in the living room at Ercildoune 
Image    Photo of a woman (Barbara Sparks Baird) sitting by a window (obviously winter outside with snow all over the grounds) holding a book, posed to look as if we have just interrupted her reading. Ercildoune was originally built as a wedding gift to George Carter's daughter Charlotte when she married...
Living room at Ercildoune 
Image    A photo showing the living room at Ercildoune. Ercildoune was originally built as a wedding gift to George Carter's daughter Charlotte when she married Henry Lincoln Rice in 1880. The home is built in the Second Empire style, a very rare style of home in St. Marys or any other small town. The...
Mrs. (Doctor) Sparks (Caroline) in the living room at Ercildoune 
Image    Photo of an older woman (Caroline Sparks - Dr. Thomas' wife) sitting in a chair in the living room holding onto a book looking towards the camera. In the background we can see out the window which shows that this photo was taken in the wintertime. Ercildoune was originally built as a wedding gift...
Living room at Ercildoune 
Image    Photo of the living room interior at Ercildoune. Ercildoune was originally built as a wedding gift to George Carter's daughter Charlotte when she married Henry Lincoln Rice in 1880. The home is built in the Second Empire style, a very rare style of home in St. Marys or any other small town. The...
Ercildoune - Dr. Thomas Sparks' House 
Image    Photo of Ercildoune (236 Jones Street East - corner of Jones and King Streets). You can see some people standing by the porch as well as a horse and carriage. Ercildoune was originally built as a wedding gift to George Carter's daughter Charlotte when she married Henry Lincoln Rice in 1880....
Side view of Ercildoune 
Image    Photo of a group of people sitting outside Ercildoune (home of Dr. Thomas Sparks - 236 Jones Street East, St. Marys). The group includes: Mrs. George Grant (she lived at "Bliuk Bonnie" on King Street between the Eedy's and the Maxwell's), Isabel Cameron Sparks (daughter of Dr. Sparks), Dr. A....
Brick Home on corner of Tracy and Park Streets (199 Tracy Street) 
Image  c. 1904  Photo of 199 Tracy Street, St. Marys. This home is on the corner of Park and Tracy Street. This home was built for local merchant W.H. May around 1900. Him and his family can be seen here in the photo standing outside of it. Condition: Fair to good. Image looks great but it has yellowed a...
Class photo at West Ward School 
ImageMysteries:    Photo of a class from West Ward School (now the St Marys Early Learning Centre - 121 Ontario Street South). They are posed on the hill and in the background "Mount Pascoe" (89 Ontario Street South) can be seen. Mount Pascoe was built around 1870 for C.S. Jones, a local lawyer who unfortunately...
W.V. Hutton home - Westover Park, 1884 
Image  1884  One side of a stereoview of the William Veal Hutton home called Westover Park. In this photo we can see the architecturally stunning conservatory that is at the back of the house. Westover Park was built in 1867 for William and Joseph Hutton, early settlers of St. Marys. The home has had many...
Home of Harold Maxwell 
Image    Photo of a house in the wintertime. This house is located on 31 King Street South in St. Marys and was known as the "Maxwell's house" as it was owned by Harold Maxwell and his family. The home was designated in 1987 as being of architectural value or interest. The reasons are listed below: The...
Cadzow Park house around 1902 
Image  ca. 1902  Copy of a photo of a house. This house is currently the St. Marys Museum and was built in 1854 for the Tracy family. The community museum for the Town of St. Marys is located in a lovely old home sitting on a hilltop in a park at 177 Church Street South. It was constructed from locally quarried...
Back view of Cadzow Park, ca. 1902 
Image  ca. 1902  Copy of a photo of the back area of Cadzow Park property back when it was owned by the Weir family. Three people can be seen sitting out in the garden enjoying the outdoors. Condition: Copy is in very good condition. Cadzow Park, St. Marys, back view, ca. 1902 Original in possession of Mrs. E....
Ardmore Park - 186 Salina Street 
Image    Photo of a Ardmore Park located at 186 Salina Street in St. Marys. This specific home was erected in 1853 for Joseph Osmond Hutton. The back portion of the home was added in the 1860s for Edward Taylor Dartnell, a lawyer and Upper Canadian landscape painter. Condition: Very good. Slightly...
181 Thomas Street 
Image    Photo of a stone brick house that still exists on 181 Thomas Street in St. Marys. It was built in 1863 by stonemason Alexander Grant to serve as his own home. This home was designated in 1988. Reasons for Designation: This limestone cottage was built in 1863 by Alexander Grant, a local stone...
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Homes of St. Marys


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