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  • Bridge Leading to 169 Ingersoll Street, 1980s
    Image       This bridge was once an extension of a laneway leading to the house located at 169 Ingersoll Street in St. Marys. It allowed residents of the home to easily travel over the railway tracks below. The property would become known for being the home of the local Ruthig family. In ...
    Image     This bridge was once an extension of a laneway leading to the house located at 169 Ingersoll Street in St. Marys. It allowed residents of the home to easily travel ...
  • Blanshard Boys' Baseball Team
    Imagemystery       This is a photograph taken of the Blanshard Boys' Baseball Team, from Blanshard Township, Ontario. The boys are posing on the baseball diamond alongside two unknown adults who are likely coaches. There is a trophy situated in front of the team. This photo is one in a set of two. ...
    Imagemystery     This is a photograph taken of the Blanshard Boys' Baseball Team, from Blanshard Township, Ontario. The boys are posing on the baseball diamond alongside two unknown adults who are likely ...
  • Senior High School Class from St. Marys D.C.I. on a visit to Ottawa, 1958
    Image       Photo of the senior class from St. Marys District Collegiate Institute visiting Prime Minister J.G. Diefenbaker in Ottawa. The the left of the Prime Minister is the history teacher Don Maciver.
    Image     Photo of the senior class from St. Marys District Collegiate Institute visiting Prime Minister J.G. Diefenbaker in Ottawa. The the left of the Prime Minister is the history teacher Don ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Hamilton and Amelie Gubbins
    Image       Taken in 1944 while the couple was on holiday in Atlantic City, this photo shows Hamilton and Amelie Gubbins. Hamilton was born in 1891 and died March 1947 in Illinois. His wife Amelie was born 1890 in Canada and immigrated to the United States where she met Hamilton. The couple ...
    Image     Taken in 1944 while the couple was on holiday in Atlantic City, this photo shows Hamilton and Amelie Gubbins. Hamilton was born in 1891 and died March 1947 in Illinois. ...
  • 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". ...
  • Richard A. Simon Holding His Son
    Image       This photo shows Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon looking at his son in his arms. Because of the winter weather outside, the baby is bundled up in warm clothes and a blanket as he looks at the camera.
    Image     This photo shows Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon looking at his son in his arms. Because of the winter weather outside, the baby is bundled up in warm clothes and ...
  • Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon Accompanied by Two Women
    Image       This photograph depicts Richard A. Simon accompanied by two women in front of a house during the winter season. The two women are likely family members.
    Image     This photograph depicts Richard A. Simon accompanied by two women in front of a house during the winter season. The two women are likely family members.
  • Three Individuals on a Winter Day
    Imagemystery       This is a photo of three individuals (one man with a woman on either side of him) on a winter day outside.
    Imagemystery     This is a photo of three individuals (one man with a woman on either side of him) on a winter day outside.
  • Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon with His Son
    Image       This is a photo of Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon holding his son on a winter day. This is most likely a homecoming photograph of the Naval Officer.
    Image     This is a photo of Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon holding his son on a winter day. This is most likely a homecoming photograph of the Naval Officer.
  • New Construction Company Aboard HMCS Stone Town
    Imagemystery       Sign held up in middle reads: "Stone Town"
    Imagemystery     Sign held up in middle reads: "Stone Town"
  • Lt. Comdr John Band, St. Lawrence R. Pilot, and Lt. Ted Kinsman
    Image       This photograph depicts Lieutenant Commander John Band (left), Steward Lawrence R. Pilot (middle), and Lieutenant Ted Kinsman (right) looking out from the HMCS Stone Town.
    Image     This photograph depicts Lieutenant Commander John Band (left), Steward Lawrence R. Pilot (middle), and Lieutenant Ted Kinsman (right) looking out from the HMCS Stone Town.
  • Raising the Whaler
    Image       This photo depicts the raising of the whaler while the rudder is unshipped on the HMCS Stone Town.
    Image     This photo depicts the raising of the whaler while the rudder is unshipped on the HMCS Stone Town.
  • Sailors Lowering the Small Boat
    Image       This is a photo of sailors lowering a small boat (full of more sailors) into the Atlantic Ocean waters off the HMCS Stone Town. Some of the individuals in this photo include Lieutenant Commander William Moffatt, Captain Lieutenant Hugh Scully and Executive Commander Chas. Copelin, Staff Officer.
    Image     This is a photo of sailors lowering a small boat (full of more sailors) into the Atlantic Ocean waters off the HMCS Stone Town. Some of the individuals in this ...
  • In the Wardroom on HMCS Stone Town
    Imagemystery       This photo shows three Naval officers sitting together in a wardroom.
    Imagemystery     This photo shows three Naval officers sitting together in a wardroom.
  • Passing a Vessel on the Atlantic Ocean
    Image       Back of jacket at bottom reads: "R.C.N. --AIGSI--"
    Image     Back of jacket at bottom reads: "R.C.N. --AIGSI--"
  • Back Deck of HMCS Stone Town
    Image       This is an aerial view of the back deck of the HMCS Stone Town.
    Image     This is an aerial view of the back deck of the HMCS Stone Town.
  • Obstacle Race on HMCS Stone Town
    Image       This is a photo of Naval members aboard the HMCS Stone Town relieving some boredom through an obstacle race game.
    Image     This is a photo of Naval members aboard the HMCS Stone Town relieving some boredom through an obstacle race game.
  • Naval Officer Sub Lieutenant Simon
    Image       This is a photo of Naval officer Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon aboard the HMCS Stone Town.
    Image     This is a photo of Naval officer Sub Lieutenant Richard A. Simon aboard the HMCS Stone Town.
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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.