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  • Feeding Time 12 at St. Marys, Ont.
    Image       "Feeding Time 12 Copyright, Canada by Canadian Post Card Co., Toronto At St. Marys, Ont."
    Image     "Feeding Time 12 Copyright, Canada by Canadian Post Card Co., Toronto At St. Marys, Ont."
  • A Load of Extra Good Apples, St. Marys, Ont.
    Image       "A Load of Extra Good Apples 20 At St. Marys, Ont. Copyright, Canada By Canadian Post Card Co., Toronto"
    Image     "A Load of Extra Good Apples 20 At St. Marys, Ont. Copyright, Canada By Canadian Post Card Co., Toronto"
  • Potatoes Grow Big Here at St. Marys, Ontario
    Image       "Potatoes Grow Big Here 15 Copyright, Canada by Canadian Post Card Co., Limited, Toronto At St. Marys, Ontario"
    Image     "Potatoes Grow Big Here 15 Copyright, Canada by Canadian Post Card Co., Limited, Toronto At St. Marys, Ontario"
  • Man Standing on Straw Stack
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  • Horseshoe Quarry, 1903
    Image       "Horseshoe Quarry"
    Image     "Horseshoe Quarry"
  • Unloading the Road Roller, 1903
    Image       "Ready for Business"
    Image     "Ready for Business"
  • Carter's Mill, St. Marys
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  • St. Marys Cement Products Co.
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  • George Carter, 1883
    Image       Photo of George Carter, a St. Marys businessman and mill owner. He ran the Carter milling company and became quite profitable building large homes for his children in the East side of St. Marys (see 67 Peel Street South, 236 Jones Street East and 223 Jones Street East) as well ...
    Image     Photo of George Carter, a St. Marys businessman and mill owner. He ran the Carter milling company and became quite profitable building large homes for his children in the East ...
  • J.D. Moore's Block
    Image       Print of J.D. Moore's Block, located on the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. Two horse-drawn wagons are being unloaded. This print was taken from a lead engraving block found in the former Turnbull home in St. Marys.
    Image     Print of J.D. Moore's Block, located on the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. Two horse-drawn wagons are being unloaded. This print was taken from a lead engraving block ...
  • The St. Marys Cement Company Band
    Imagemystery       Photo of the St. Marys Cement Company Band. The men are all posed holding onto their instruments with the drum (bearing the band's logo) right in the middle.
    Imagemystery     Photo of the St. Marys Cement Company Band. The men are all posed holding onto their instruments with the drum (bearing the band's logo) right in the middle.
  • C. Richardson Shop & Church, St. Marys
    Image       Photo of the C. Richardson shop & churn in St. Marys. A man identified as Alex Murray is posed with a couple horses who are backed up either receive a load or return a load to the shop.
    Image     Photo of the C. Richardson shop & churn in St. Marys. A man identified as Alex Murray is posed with a couple horses who are backed up either receive a ...
  • Maxwell Band, ca. 1917
    Imagemystery       On back: A very popular band organized in St. Marys including many I knew then like Arnold Weston (top row), Wilbur Hamilton (second bottom), Alf Vize. They once before the year 1917 or 18 played at a Garden Party at the Barnett home. (written by Muriel Sheldon's mother)
    Imagemystery     On back: A very popular band organized in St. Marys including many I knew then like Arnold Weston (top row), Wilbur Hamilton (second bottom), Alf Vize. They once before the ...
  • Maxwell Band
    Imagemystery       Photo of the Maxwell band posed in suits and ties with band hats on. They are each holding their instruments and are in front of a stone building that has the words "Maxwell/Maple Leaf/Band Rooms" stamped on the shutters. One of the members has been labeled "George" in pen.
    Imagemystery     Photo of the Maxwell band posed in suits and ties with band hats on. They are each holding their instruments and are in front of a stone building that has ...
  • Thames Quarry, ca. 1910
    Image       Thames Quarry ca. 1910 the present water resevoir Water Street South
    Image     Thames Quarry ca. 1910 the present water resevoir Water Street South
  • Richardson Employees
    Image       Richardson Bldg Well St S. 1st Row: Art Kappler, Tom Young, Chas. Hepburn, Dutch Moses, Wilfred Blackler, Howard Seeley, Donald McGregor 2nd Row: John Jackson, Clarence (Fat) Moir, Tom Nunn, Neil Barr, Geo. Aldis, Len Aldis, Joe Alberts, Tom O'Dea, Bert O'Rourke Back Row: Jim Forsyth, Lawrence Snoddy, Art Richardson, ...
    Image     Richardson Bldg Well St S. 1st Row: Art Kappler, Tom Young, Chas. Hepburn, Dutch Moses, Wilfred Blackler, Howard Seeley, Donald McGregor 2nd Row: John Jackson, Clarence (Fat) Moir, Tom Nunn, ...
  • Thames Quarry, ca. 1910
    Image       Photo of the Thames Quarry taken around 1910 with the mining operations underway. Men are posed with horses and carts and other equipment used for the quarrying of the limestone. The Thames Quarry was operated by John Bonis. The location of this quarry is now the present water reservoir on ...
    Image     Photo of the Thames Quarry taken around 1910 with the mining operations underway. Men are posed with horses and carts and other equipment used for the quarrying of the limestone. ...
  • J.D. Moore's Block
    Image       Print of J.D. Moore's Block, located on the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. Two horse-drawn wagons are being unloaded. Carts in front are loaded with egg crates. This photo was taken from the St. Marys supplement found in The Toronto Mail (July 16, 1892).
    Image     Print of J.D. Moore's Block, located on the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. Two horse-drawn wagons are being unloaded. Carts in front are loaded with egg crates. This ...
  • Humphris, Richardson, and Humphris Lumber Mill
    Imagemystery       Humphris, Richardson, and Humphris Lumber Mill (now the Creamery Restaurant). Six men are pictured in front, the fifth from the left is possibly the architect Humphris. Photo ca. 1886.
    Imagemystery     Humphris, Richardson, and Humphris Lumber Mill (now the Creamery Restaurant). Six men are pictured in front, the fifth from the left is possibly the architect Humphris. Photo ca. 1886.
  • Maxwell Band
    Imagemystery       Photo of a group of men who were a part of the Maxwell Band. They are posed with their instruments wearing suits and identical hats. In the middle is a drum with their name on it. The Maxwell Band consisted of employees of the Maxwell factory of St. Marys.
    Imagemystery     Photo of a group of men who were a part of the Maxwell Band. They are posed with their instruments wearing suits and identical hats. In the middle is a ...
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Industry in St. Marys