Picture St. Marys

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Subject:  Group portraits  Geographic Location:  XXXXX6157062YYYYY   Groups:  Children   Sort by:  Relevance
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St. Marys Class 1938 
Image  1938  Class picture of St. Marys Central School class in 1938 taken outside of the school building. From Left to Right: Back: Mr. McLeish, Jack Ellis, Bill Metcalfe, Louis Winger, Ida Smith, Velma (Heard) Hall, Irene Richardson, Kenneth Clyne, Charlie Sterrit Middle: Marion Clarke, Muriel Dickson,...
Two boys 
ImageMysteries:  1881-82  Two little boys sitting side-by-side in a chair wearing collared outfits. Condition: some stains, dirty and yellowed. Losing contrast; irises of one boy have been penned in; Handle carefully and limit exposure.
Classroom photo at West Ward school, ca. 1910 
ImageMysteries:  ca, 1910  Photo of a classroom with the students at their desk and the teacher at the back of the room. This classroom was located in West Ward school which is now the St. Marys Early Learning Centre (121 Ontario Street South). Condition: Copy is excellent.
Interior and a class in the old Central School 
Image    Photo of the interior of an old Central school classroom. Students are sitting at their desk, with the teacher standing at the side of the classroom next to a chalkboard. Condition: Very good copy.
Former Church Street Bridge, ca. 1950s 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1950s  Photo of a group of children standing on the sidewalk of the former Church Street bridge. The bridge was rebuilt in 1979. Condition: Okay. Is creased and bend which shows quite well in the gloss. Image is clear though. On back: Former Church Street Bridge Old mill in Background 1950's "The...
Boys looking at sign proclaiming future arena site, ca. 1949-50 
Image  ca. 1949-1950  Photo of three boys looking at the sign on Water Street proclaiming it as the future site of the St. Marys Arena (to be built - 1951). This arena unfortunately didn't last as most arenas built around this time fared. The roof was unfortunately not safe and a new arena was built on James Street...
Boys fishing beneath the falls (2 pictures) 
Image    Photo of a group of boys fishing at the falls in the Thames River in St. Marys. The little boy (2nd from left in 1851ph_a) has been identified as William Lloyd. Condition: Both are in good condition with some bends and/or creases in the photo. 1851ph_b is also yellowed.
Grade 3 class picture, 1938 
Image  1938  Photo of the grade three class at Central school in 1938. They are identified from left to right as: Top row - Helen Whetstone (teacher), Jack Holman, Earl Hughes, Eddie Hepburn, Walter Winger, Billie Bodfield, Kenneth Longhurst, Arthur Vannatler Middle row - Gracie Dunseith, Marie Jones, Mary...
Grade 2 class picture, 1940 
ImageMysteries:  1940  Photo of the grade two class at Central school in 1940. They are identified from left to right as: Back row - Ronald Holman, Bobby Cousins, Alan Sterritt, Fred Anderson, Ronald May, Ronald Bailey, Finny Cappa, Billy Evans, Tom or Dan Kelly, George Batch, Ernie Hemphill, Helen Whetstone...
Winter view of Church Street South 
Image    Photo of Church Street South near Elgin Street looking north. Snow can be seen on the sidewalks, roads and grass as well as on the trees. Boys are walking up the hill towards the camera operator. Condition: Copy is very good.
John Gray's Highland Dancing Class, 1900 
ImageComments:  1900  Photo of John Gray and twelve children - both girls and boys - who were his pupils in Highland dance in 1900. John Gray himself was a talented dancer who regularly won competitions at area Highland Games. Condition: Fair. Has silvered quite a bit.
160 Maiden Lane, ca. 1918 
ImageComments:  ca. 1918  Two children standing on the lawn of the house at 160 Maiden Lane. This house is located on a large lot on the south side of Maiden Lane between Robinson Street to the east and Ontario Street to the West. The house is associated with long-time owner, W.H. Graham, who had a gas station and fuel...
121 Carrall Street 
ImageComments:Mysteries:  1914,   Photo of two children (identified as Bessie Riddell - later Bessie Frank - and her brother) standing outside of 121 Carrall Street. This is how the house appeared before the front veranda was removed in 1914 and added on to. There was once a boardwalk out to Elgin Street. This house was built...
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