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City Hall and Public Library 
Image  Postmarked 1907  Postcard view of the St. Marys Town Hall and the St. Marys Public Library, likely taken up in the building located on corner of Church Street South and Queen Street East. "City Hall and Public Library / St. Marys, Ont."
Town Hall and Libary 
Image    Postcard view of the St. Marys Public Library along with the St. Marys Town Hall. Photo would have been taken about halfway between Queen Street East and the Church Street bridge. "Town Hall and Library, St. Marys, Ontario, Canada."
Public Library and Town Hall 
Image  Dated July 16, 1914  Postcard view (colourized) of St. Marys Public Library and the Town Hall as viewed on Church Street from about halfway between Queen Street East and the Church Street bridge. J.D. Moore Co. can be seen in the background. The St. Marys Public Library was built in 1904 thanks to a Carnegie...
Town Hall and Library 
Image    Colourized postcard view of the St. Marys Public Library and the St. Marys Town Hall as viewed from Church Street (about halfway between Queen Street East, and the Church Street bridge). The St. Marys Public Library was built with a $10,000 Carnegie library grant in 1904. The St. Marys Town Hall...
St. Marys Public Library, ca. 1950 
Image  ca. 1950  Postcard view of the St. Marys Public Library which was built in 1904 thanks to a grant from the Andrew Carnegie foundation. This view shows the front of the library and the stone wall in front as well as the staircase. Condition: Copy is very good, but negative was damaged making image look...
Town Hall and Library 
Image    Tinted postcard view of the Town Hall and the Public Library showing the stone wall in front of the library. A car can be seen parked at the side of the town hall. Condition: Good copy though it is curled.
Public Library and Town Hall 
Image  Postmarked September 4, 1913  Tinted postcard view of St. Marys Public Library and the Town Hall as viewed on Church Street from about halfway between Queen Street East and the Church Street bridge. J.D. Moore Co. can be seen in the background. The St. Marys Public Library was built in 1904 thanks to a Carnegie grant. The...
St. Marys Public Library, ca. 1905 
Image  ca, 1905  View of the St. Marys Public Library which was built in 1904 thanks to a grant from the Andrew Carnegie foundation. This photo was likely taken around 1905 shortly after construction. Condition: Copy is very good.
St. Marys Public Library, 1993 
Image  1993  View of the St. Marys Public Library which was built in 1904 thanks to a grant from the Andrew Carnegie foundation. Condition: Very good.
Public Library and Town Hall 
Image  Dated July 14, 1913  Tinted postcard view of St. Marys Public Library and the Town Hall as viewed on Church Street from about halfway between Queen Street East and the Church Street bridge. J.D. Moore Co. can be seen in the background. A person can be seen riding in a wagon most likely pulled by a horse. The St....
Dan Ross 
ImageComments:    Photo of Dan Ross in uniform. He is standing in front of a stone wall that surrounds the library property and would be just a bit in front of the side of the Town Hall. The St. Marys Police force once called the bottom portion of the Town Hall their home (before moving to upper part of the Post...
St. Marys Public Library during unknown occasion 
ImageMysteries:    Photo of people coming out of the St. Marys Public Library. There are chairs all set up on the lawn and boys dressed in uniforms standing at the wall. It is not known what kind of celebration is going on in this photo. There are 4 copies of this photo under 1038ph - 1 is a "regular" photo...
St. Marys Public Library 
Image    This is the St. Marys Public Library which was built in 1905. The building was funded by Andrew Carnegie, a successful businessman who funded over one thousand libraries during his life time. The first librarian to work in the St. Marys Library is identified in newspapers as Miss King who solely...
Town Hall and Public Library 
Image    This is an image of a postcard which is part of a set of three. The postcard image displays St. Marys' town hall and library located on Queen and Church Streets. The public library was built in 1904 and was a product of a grant from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. St. Marys' Town Hall was...
St. Marys Public Library, 1948 
Image  1948  This is a photograph of St. Marys Public Library taken in 1948. The public library is located on Church Street and is still in use today. The library was built through funding by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation and was completed in 1904. Condition: Good. Some discoloration and yellowing of the...
The Town Worth Living In, St. Marys 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This postcard shows drawings of the water tower, Town Hall, and Public Library in St. Marys. It was made in St. Marys at the Perth County Gallery Condition: Excellent - Slight discolouration. "The Town Worth Living...
St. Marys, The Town Worth Living In 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. It depicts drawings of the Water Tower, Town Hall, and Public Library in St. Marys. All three drawings are done by Colin McQuirk. Condition: Excellent - Some wear around edges. "St. Marys The Town Worth Living In Ontario,...
St. Marys Public Library 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. It depicts a drawing of the St. Marys Public Library by Colin McQuirk. In 1904, the Andrew Carnegie Foundation offered the town a grant of $10,000 for the construction of a library building if the municipal government agreed...
St. Marys, The Town Worth Living In 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This postcard depicts three drawings of St. Marys landmarks: the Old Water Tower, Town Hall, and the Public Library. On the back is a written invitation to St. Mary Homecoming 1978, which took place from Jume 29 to July 3....
St. Marys, The Town Worth Living In 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. It is a postcard invitation to a St. Marys Homecoming, which took place from June 29 to July 3, 1978. On the front are drawings of three St. Marys landmarks: the Old Water Tower, Town Hall, and the Public Library. There are...
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St. Marys Public Library


Photos that show the St. Marys Public Library, built in 1905 thanks to an Andrew Carnegie grant of $10,000.