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  • E.W. Harding
    Image       Born in Beverley Township, Wentworth County, July 22, 1815
    Image     Born in Beverley Township, Wentworth County, July 22, 1815
  • Thomas B. Guest
    Image       1st reeve of twp. of Blanshard 1850 1st reeve of village of St. Marys 1855 1st mayor of town of St. Marys 1864 M.P.P. South Perth 1871-1875
    Image     1st reeve of twp. of Blanshard 1850 1st reeve of village of St. Marys 1855 1st mayor of town of St. Marys 1864 M.P.P. South Perth 1871-1875
  • The Frame Town Hall
    Image       The frame Town Hall (on the same site as the current Town Hall) 1865
    Image     The frame Town Hall (on the same site as the current Town Hall) 1865
  • George McIntyre, J.P.
    Image       George McIntyre, J.P. ca. 1827 - July 6, 1885 3rd Mayor of St. Marys, St. M. boot and shoe business, private banker
    Image     George McIntyre, J.P. ca. 1827 - July 6, 1885 3rd Mayor of St. Marys, St. M. boot and shoe business, private banker
  • William Weir
    Image       Portrait photo of William Weir (1844-1921). William Weir was one of the last owners of the Tracy house (now the St. Marys Museum). The Weirs were the ones to give the land the name "Cadzow Park". Mr. Weir lived in the house from 1875 until his death in 1921, and ...
    Image     Portrait photo of William Weir (1844-1921). William Weir was one of the last owners of the Tracy house (now the St. Marys Museum). The Weirs were the ones to give ...
  • William Weir
    Image       "Lived in Cadzow Park house from 1875-1921; was the mayor of St. Marys 1916-1917"
    Image     "Lived in Cadzow Park house from 1875-1921; was the mayor of St. Marys 1916-1917"
  • George Wallace Gouinlock
    Image       George Wallace Gouinlock Architect of St. Marys' town hall & possibly of other buildings built by Maxwell family Brother-in-law of John L. Maxwell
    Image     George Wallace Gouinlock Architect of St. Marys' town hall & possibly of other buildings built by Maxwell family Brother-in-law of John L. Maxwell
  • Town Hall and Libary
    Image       "Town Hall and Library, St. Marys, Ontario, Canada."
    Image     "Town Hall and Library, St. Marys, Ontario, Canada."
  • City Hall and Public Library
    Image       "City Hall and Public Library / St. Marys, Ont."
    Image     "City Hall and Public Library / St. Marys, Ont."
  • Adam Ford, M.D. in 1882
    Image       Adam _______ Ford, M.D. (AD 1882) Mayor of St. Marys 1877
    Image     Adam _______ Ford, M.D. (AD 1882) Mayor of St. Marys 1877
  • St. Marys Fire Brigade, about 1889
    Image       Back Row - Left to right: Steve Knight, Bill Shand, Bill Birtch, Andy Shand, John MacLean (chairman of com.), Cerenus Simms, Chas. W. Coupland, Ed Dusty, Jim Gillis, Bob Swales. Front Row - John Gibb, Sam Keenan, John Bartlett, Allan Thompson, Jim Fulcher, Wes Hoyt, Tom Bennett, Ezra Hoyt
    Image     Back Row - Left to right: Steve Knight, Bill Shand, Bill Birtch, Andy Shand, John MacLean (chairman of com.), Cerenus Simms, Chas. W. Coupland, Ed Dusty, Jim Gillis, Bob Swales. ...
  • St. Marys Town Hall, ca. 1892
    Image       On back of copy: St. Marys - Queen St.- Town Hall Original UWO Copy neg at Stratford-Perth Archives Stratford accession no - 88.9.2 ca. 1892
    Image     On back of copy: St. Marys - Queen St.- Town Hall Original UWO Copy neg at Stratford-Perth Archives Stratford accession no - 88.9.2 ca. 1892
  • Queen Street looking east
    Image       Queen Street looking East, St. Mary's, Ont.
    Image     Queen Street looking East, St. Mary's, Ont.
  • Alex Mennie
    Image       Photo of Alex Mennie who was Mayor of St. Marys in 1906-1907. He has a full beard, and is wearing a thickly knotted tie.
    Image     Photo of Alex Mennie who was Mayor of St. Marys in 1906-1907. He has a full beard, and is wearing a thickly knotted tie.
  • St. Marys Town Hall, ca. 1891
    Image       Photo of the Town Hall as seen sometime after it was built in 1891. The photo appears to have been taken from the southwest side of Church and Queen Street from the top of a building located just on the corner. A building on the northwest side of Queen and ...
    Image     Photo of the Town Hall as seen sometime after it was built in 1891. The photo appears to have been taken from the southwest side of Church and Queen Street ...
  • The Town Hall
    Image       "The Town Hall" "St. Marys"
    Image     "The Town Hall" "St. Marys"
  • Parade down Queen Street
    Image       Parade down Queen Street. Town hall in the background. Orangemen in the parade.
    Image     Parade down Queen Street. Town hall in the background. Orangemen in the parade.
  • St. Marys View
    Image       On Copy 1 only: St. Mary's, Canada, "Beautiful for Situation"
    Image     On Copy 1 only: St. Mary's, Canada, "Beautiful for Situation"
  • Town Hall during demonstration of the new waterworks, 1899
    Image       Photo showing the Town Hall with bursts of water going up as a demonstration of the new waterworks. The streets were all dug up so that iron pipes could be put in to be attached to a stone and steel water tower (which was built). A big group of people ...
    Image     Photo showing the Town Hall with bursts of water going up as a demonstration of the new waterworks. The streets were all dug up so that iron pipes could be ...
  • Lock-up school
    Imagecomment       Photo of a group of students and teachers standing outside the former "Lock-up school" that was once located on Water Street South. The Lock-up school was in fact St. Marys first Town Hall and was built in 1855. Description of building from Dr. J.R. Stanley in the booklet "Our St. ...
    Imagecomment     Photo of a group of students and teachers standing outside the former "Lock-up school" that was once located on Water Street South. The Lock-up school was in fact St. Marys ...
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