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1915 Cement Sales Package Photos


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Plant No. 1, St. Marys, Ontario 
Image  1915  Photo of Plant No. 1 of the St. Marys Cement plant. A field can be seen in the foreground with all the buildings in the background. This photo comes from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings and bridges (mostly in Toronto)...
View of Stone Quarry, St. Marys, Ontario 
Image  1915  View of the quarry and some of the equipment and machinery used as well as some of the buildings. In the background a lot of plain land with grass and trees can be seen. This photo comes from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings...
View of Clay Beds and Factory, St. Marys 
Image  1915  Photo of the clay beds and the factory at the St. Marys Cement plant. This photo comes from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings and bridges (mostly in Toronto) constructed using Rogers Cement. They were in a sales package, and...
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1915 Cement Sales Package Photos


These photos come from a series of 20 photographs dated 1915. Three show the St. Marys Cement Plant while 17 show buildings and bridges (mostly in Toronto) constructed using Rogers Cement. They were in a sales package, and came to us from Ron Laidlaw.