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  • First Presbyterian Church, 1901
    Image       Wrong identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
    Image     Wrong identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
  • St. Marys Presbyterian Church - 147 Widder Street East
    Image       Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street East. Since this photo has been taken, it has undergone some renovations including an addition to the Church to make more room for the very popular Sunday school. The church was built in 1879-80 for the Presbyterians, using money ...
    Image     Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street East. Since this photo has been taken, it has undergone some renovations including an addition to the Church to ...
  • First Presbyterian Church, 1901
    Image       Wrongly identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
    Image     Wrongly identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
  • First Presbyterian Church, ca. 1890
    Image       On back: St. Marys - Widder St - 161 [incorrect] St. Marys Presby Ch. 1st Presby. Ch. Original at UWO Copy neg at Stratford-Perth Archives Stratford accession no - 88.9.1 c 1890-
    Image     On back: St. Marys - Widder St - 161 [incorrect] St. Marys Presby Ch. 1st Presby. Ch. Original at UWO Copy neg at Stratford-Perth Archives Stratford accession no - 88.9.1 ...
  • Interior of the First Presbyterian Church, ca. 1920
    Imagecomment       Photo of the interior of the First Presbyterian Church (located at 147 Widder Street). The photo shows the many pews, the organ pipes and the pulpit. The two doors that lead into the room can be seen on either side of the main area. Lights can also be seen hanging ...
    Imagecomment     Photo of the interior of the First Presbyterian Church (located at 147 Widder Street). The photo shows the many pews, the organ pipes and the pulpit. The two doors that ...
  • St. Marys Presbyterian Church, ca. 1950
    Image       Postcard view of the St. Marys Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street East. The view shows the wall in front of the church along with trees directly in front of the wall. The church can just be seen in behind the branches of the trees.
    Image     Postcard view of the St. Marys Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street East. The view shows the wall in front of the church along with trees directly in front ...
  • St. Marys Presbyterian Church, ca. 1980
    Image       Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located on Widder Street. The photo shows the west side of the building and the stone wall in front.
    Image     Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located on Widder Street. The photo shows the west side of the building and the stone wall in front.
  • Interior of the First Presbyterian Church ca. 1900
    Imagecomment       The First Presbyterian Church was opened for services in March 1881, a replacement for an earlier, frame church on the same property. This view, taken approximately 20 years later, is a rare and important view of the early interior of this building with the simple, yet effective, trompe l'oeil friezes ...
    Imagecomment     The First Presbyterian Church was opened for services in March 1881, a replacement for an earlier, frame church on the same property. This view, taken approximately 20 years later, is ...
  • St. Marys Presbyterian Church - 147 Widder Street East
    Image       Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street East. This is how it appeared in 1981. Since then it has undergone some renovations including an addition to the Church to make more room for the very popular Sunday school. Was built in 1879-80 for the Presbyterians, using ...
    Image     Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street East. This is how it appeared in 1981. Since then it has undergone some renovations including an addition to ...
  • St. Marys Presbyterian Church
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  • The Falls looking north to the Presbyterian Church
    Image       Photo of the original St. Marys dam before the current longer dam was built in 1908. In the back the First Presbyterian Church can be seen. Same as 0951ph.
    Image     Photo of the original St. Marys dam before the current longer dam was built in 1908. In the back the First Presbyterian Church can be seen. Same as 0951ph.
  • View of North Ward
    Image       View of the North Ward of St. Marys, Ontario. Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church can be seen on the right, and the First Presbyterian Church can be seen far to the left. Compared to older postcard views that are very similar, the area appears more built-up with lots ...
    Image     View of the North Ward of St. Marys, Ontario. Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church can be seen on the right, and the First Presbyterian Church can be seen ...
  • Presbyterian Church and old manse, ca. 1890
    Image       Photo of the First Presbyterian Church and the church's manse both located on Widder Street. The manse is an early example of a brick house in St. Marys. This manse was built about 1860, but has since been replaced. The Church since this photo has been taken has had a ...
    Image     Photo of the First Presbyterian Church and the church's manse both located on Widder Street. The manse is an early example of a brick house in St. Marys. This manse ...
  • In the North Ward
    Image       IN THE NORTH WARD ST. MARY'S, ONT. Published for L.H. Reesor, St. Marys, Ont. 1948
    Image     IN THE NORTH WARD ST. MARY'S, ONT. Published for L.H. Reesor, St. Marys, Ont. 1948
  • First Presbyterian Church and manse, 1900
    Imagecomment       The First Presbyterian Church was opened for services in 1881 as a replacement for an earlier frame church on the same property. The manse is older, constructed in 1857-1858 for the first Presbyterian minister for this congregation, William Caven. This lovely limestone residence with its full veranda, was considered prohibitive ...
    Imagecomment     The First Presbyterian Church was opened for services in 1881 as a replacement for an earlier frame church on the same property. The manse is older, constructed in 1857-1858 for ...
  • The Rev. Dr. David Waters, Minister of the First Presbyterian Church (1869-1873)
    Image       To: Miss Robina Marbour
    Image     To: Miss Robina Marbour
  • The Falls looking north to the Presbyterian Church
    Image       *Written on the back of Copy 1* Original St. Marys Mill Dam Mouth of Trout Creek and original dam in St. Marys about 1906 or '07 Photo taken from across river near O'Brian Bros. Property.
    Image     *Written on the back of Copy 1* Original St. Marys Mill Dam Mouth of Trout Creek and original dam in St. Marys about 1906 or '07 Photo taken from across ...
  • Kirk Session, 1908 - Presbyterian Church
    Image       Photo of the Kirk Session from the St. Marys First Presbyterian Church in 1908. A Kirk Session is basically a group of Church Elders along with the Minister who meet and discuss the Church. Click on the link on the side ("What is a Kirk Session?" to learn more. The ...
    Image     Photo of the Kirk Session from the St. Marys First Presbyterian Church in 1908. A Kirk Session is basically a group of Church Elders along with the Minister who meet ...
  • Group of First Presbyterians picnicking in Fairbairn's grove in 1921
    Image       Group of First Presbyterians who picnicked in Fairbairn's grove in 1921.
    Image     Group of First Presbyterians who picnicked in Fairbairn's grove in 1921.
  • William McLean's Class at the First Presbyterian Church
    Imagecomment       See description for the boys names + Teacher: Wm McLean
    Imagecomment     See description for the boys names + Teacher: Wm McLean
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