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  • David Maxwell Senior
    Image       Photo of David Maxwell Sr. (Died September, 1898). Maxwell's was a factory in St. Marys that made washing machines, other household items and farm implements. Mr. Maxwell is pictured here looking off to the side wearing a bow-tie and has very long sideburns. There are 2 copies of this photo. ...
    Image     Photo of David Maxwell Sr. (Died September, 1898). Maxwell's was a factory in St. Marys that made washing machines, other household items and farm implements. Mr. Maxwell is pictured here ...
  • The Quarry
    Image       This picture, featuring a wooden, horse drawn wagon beside a wall of limestone, was taken in the Quarry on Water Street before it was allowed to fill with water in 1930. The quarry opened in the mid 1800's but later joined other quarries to form the the Thames Quarry. The ...
    Image     This picture, featuring a wooden, horse drawn wagon beside a wall of limestone, was taken in the Quarry on Water Street before it was allowed to fill with water in ...
  • Mill and miller's house, 1860
    Image       Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also be seen in the background. This is the site of Thomas Ingersoll's 1843 grist mill. See "Early St. Marys" by ...
    Image     Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also ...
  • Mill and Miller's House, 1860
    Image       Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also be seen in the background. This is the site of Thomas Ingersoll's 1843 grist mill. See "Early St. Marys" by ...
    Image     Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also ...
  • George Carter
    Image       George Carter; died 1889 Founder of Carter Milling Co.
    Image     George Carter; died 1889 Founder of Carter Milling Co.
  • View of Queen Street looking east from point just west of Victoria bridge, 1865
    Image       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) ...
    Image     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 ...
  • Sarnia Bridge, the Thames River and the Ashery as seen from the Victoria Bridge in 1865
    Image       Sarnia Bridge, Thames River and the Ashery from Victoria Bridge 1865
    Image     Sarnia Bridge, Thames River and the Ashery from Victoria Bridge 1865
  • Plan of McIntosh Mill Property (Woolen Mill), 1868
    Image       Plan of The McIntosh Mill Property Town of St. Marys
    Image     Plan of The McIntosh Mill Property Town of St. Marys
  • Work Crew in Front of London Railway Bridge
    Imagemystery       Twenty members of a work crew in front of the London Railway Bridge, ca. 1870.
    Imagemystery     Twenty members of a work crew in front of the London Railway Bridge, ca. 1870.
  • Alonzo Martin Lumber and Coal Yard (1880s)
    Image       Photo showing Alonzo Martin Lumber & Coal Yard which was once located at the site of the stone water tower (southeast corner of Queen and James Streets). Two men can be seen standing on separate carts being pulled by horses with another man standing near the door of a building. ...
    Image     Photo showing Alonzo Martin Lumber & Coal Yard which was once located at the site of the stone water tower (southeast corner of Queen and James Streets). Two men can ...
  • View of the back of the old flour mill and Opera House
    Image       Photo of the back of the Opera House and the old Flour Mill with the Victoria bridge in view as well as the Thames River and a few churches.
    Image     Photo of the back of the Opera House and the old Flour Mill with the Victoria bridge in view as well as the Thames River and a few churches.
  • View of St. Marys
    Image       Copy of a postcard looking south across the dam. This photo shows the boathouse, the Creamery, the Water Street bridge, as well as other buildings.
    Image     Copy of a postcard looking south across the dam. This photo shows the boathouse, the Creamery, the Water Street bridge, as well as other buildings.
  • Cruttenden and Nichol Flour Mill
    Image       Photo of the Cruttenden and Nichol flour mill located on the Thames River just south of St. Marys (approximately where the Cement Company conveyor crosses the river today). Was located on the east side of the Thames River.
    Image     Photo of the Cruttenden and Nichol flour mill located on the Thames River just south of St. Marys (approximately where the Cement Company conveyor crosses the river today). Was located ...
  • 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 ...
  • Original Ingersoll Foundry
    Image       Photo of the original Ingersoll foundry and adjoining buildings that were located on Queen Street, just west of the Thames River.
    Image     Photo of the original Ingersoll foundry and adjoining buildings that were located on Queen Street, just west of the Thames River.
  • Victoria Bridge
    Image       Front: Victoria Bridge St. Marys Ont. In ink on front: Easter Greetings May. On Back: How many times have we crossed this bridge...? 1900
    Image     Front: Victoria Bridge St. Marys Ont. In ink on front: Easter Greetings May. On Back: How many times have we crossed this bridge...? 1900
  • Lime Kiln Crew
    Image       Dunseith, J. Neeve, Chas. Neeve, Jim Dunseith, Dave Cousins, Geo. Hogg, Jim Finnie, Enn Clarke, Wib Dunseith, Jim Ready, property of R.U. Sowers.
    Image     Dunseith, J. Neeve, Chas. Neeve, Jim Dunseith, Dave Cousins, Geo. Hogg, Jim Finnie, Enn Clarke, Wib Dunseith, Jim Ready, property of R.U. Sowers.
  • Humphris, Richardson & Humphris Planing Mill
    Image       "That Laurence Wright, local cabinetmaker, while looking through some photographs the other day came across a faded but interesting picture taken at least sixty years ago in front of the them Humphris, Richardson & Humphris planing mill, now the Parkview Creamery, on Water Street North. The photo shows the present ...
    Image     "That Laurence Wright, local cabinetmaker, while looking through some photographs the other day came across a faded but interesting picture taken at least sixty years ago in front of the ...
  • Cement Works, St. Marys
    Image       "Cement Works, St. Marys, Ont."
    Image     "Cement Works, St. Marys, Ont."
  • St. Marys Journal Office
    Image       This photograph features the St. Marys Journal building, once located at 142 Queen Street East. The St. Marys papers the Journal and the Argus eventually merged in the 1920s, however they remained in the same building shown here, with the lettering altered to include both names. The name of publisher ...
    Image     This photograph features the St. Marys Journal building, once located at 142 Queen Street East. The St. Marys papers the Journal and the Argus eventually merged in the 1920s, however ...
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Industry in St. Marys