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  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
    Image       This photo depicts two men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
    Image     This photo depicts two men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
    Image       This photo depicts two men collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food ...
    Image     This photo depicts two men collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
    Image       This photo depicts an ice cutting machine above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
    Image     This photo depicts an ice cutting machine above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
    Image       This photo depicts three men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
    Image     This photo depicts three men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
    Image       This photo depicts a man cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
    Image     This photo depicts a man cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
    Image       This photo depicts some workers collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food ...
    Image     This photo depicts some workers collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be ...
  • Sketch of William Johnston's birthplace (Ayrshire, Scotland)
    Image       View of Farm from the Road Wm Johnston's Birth Place Ayrshire
    Image     View of Farm from the Road Wm Johnston's Birth Place Ayrshire
  • H.M.C.S. Stonetown
    Imagecomment       Photo of the H.M.C.S. Stonetown, a vessel of the Royal Canadian Navy that served during World War II. The ship was named after St. Marys using the nickname the "Stonetown". After the war, the ship was used as a weather ship, and then eventually sold off as scrap metal. Diced ...
    Imagecomment     Photo of the H.M.C.S. Stonetown, a vessel of the Royal Canadian Navy that served during World War II. The ship was named after St. Marys using the nickname the "Stonetown". ...
  • Perth County and Stratford House of Refuge
    Imagecomment       Photo showing the Perth County and Stratford House of Refuge. Four men and a dog are standing outside the front steps with the vast lawn in the foreground. This is the location of the present Spruce Lodge (on Gore Street, Stratford. It was erected in 1896 as a place for ...
    Imagecomment     Photo showing the Perth County and Stratford House of Refuge. Four men and a dog are standing outside the front steps with the vast lawn in the foreground. This is ...
  • The Wayside Elm
    Image       The Way-Side Elm 2 miles north of Avonton 7 ft. in diameter & far over 100ft high THE WAY-SIDE ELM (Written for the St. Marys Journal) October 24, 1907 About two miles north of the village of Avonton, right in the middle of the roadway, stands a lofty old elm ...
    Image     The Way-Side Elm 2 miles north of Avonton 7 ft. in diameter & far over 100ft high THE WAY-SIDE ELM (Written for the St. Marys Journal) October 24, 1907 About ...
  • St. James Anglican Church in Paris, Ontario
    Imagecomment       Photo showing St. James Anglican Church in Paris, Ontario, mostly obscured by a stand of trees.
    Imagecomment     Photo showing St. James Anglican Church in Paris, Ontario, mostly obscured by a stand of trees.
  • Boat and sailboats (probably in England)
    Image       “Happy New Year to You”/“In memory of our Canadian holiday”
    Image     “Happy New Year to You”/“In memory of our Canadian holiday”
  • Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge
    Image       "Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge"
    Image     "Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge"
  • Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge
    Image       "Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge"
    Image     "Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge"
  • Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge
    Image       "Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge"
    Image     "Fall of the Honeymoon Bridge"
  • King George VI & Queen Elizabeth
    Image       Photo of King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth in 1939 during their first Royal visit to Canada after King George had began his reign. They are just stepping out onto the front steps of a building. Elizabeth is holding onto a bouquet of flowers and King George his ...
    Image     Photo of King George VI and his wife Queen Elizabeth in 1939 during their first Royal visit to Canada after King George had began his reign. They are just stepping ...
  • The Canadian Champion Ploughmen visit the Royal Farms at Windsor, Jan 27, 1947
    Image       “ALL SMILES DESPITE THE COLD DAY. The Canadian Champion Ploughmen visit the Royal Farms at Windsor, 27th January, 1947. Left to right: Floyd Steckley (Horse Plough Champion), Alex Black (Esso Tractor Ploughman), Austin Nairn (Horse Plough Champion), E.H. Gurton (European Commissioner of Colonization, Canadian National Railways), Col. J.G. Robertson (Agricultural ...
    Image     “ALL SMILES DESPITE THE COLD DAY. The Canadian Champion Ploughmen visit the Royal Farms at Windsor, 27th January, 1947. Left to right: Floyd Steckley (Horse Plough Champion), Alex Black (Esso ...
  • Deserted House
    Image       R. Road to Motherwell South Half of Lot 26, East Mitchell Road, Fullarton. Was the home of Joseph McIntyre. This was burnt by vandals about 1980. Bert McIntosh Family lived there until 1952 - old photo of this (#128).
    Image     R. Road to Motherwell South Half of Lot 26, East Mitchell Road, Fullarton. Was the home of Joseph McIntyre. This was burnt by vandals about 1980. Bert McIntosh Family lived ...
  • Stratford Junction Station
    Imagemystery       Photo of the Stratford Train Station. There are men in carriages being pulled by horses in front which have painted on them "Express Company."
    Imagemystery     Photo of the Stratford Train Station. There are men in carriages being pulled by horses in front which have painted on them "Express Company."
  • View on U.P. Railway
    Image       Typed at bottom of photo: View on U.P. Railway. Rotary opening the track to Alpine Tunnel after total failure of Jull Flow. April 18, 1890.
    Image     Typed at bottom of photo: View on U.P. Railway. Rotary opening the track to Alpine Tunnel after total failure of Jull Flow. April 18, 1890.
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Interesting Pictures From Out-of-Town


Not all the photos in the St. Marys Museum photo collection are taken in St. Marys. Here you will find some interesting pictures we still wanted to include on the Picture St. Marys site.