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  • First Presbyterian Church Manse
    Image       Copy of a photo of the First Presbyterian Church Manse - an early example of a brick house in St. Marys. This manse was built about 1860, but has since been replaced.
    Image     Copy of a photo of the First Presbyterian Church Manse - an early example of a brick house in St. Marys. This manse was built about 1860, but has since ...
  • The Reverend William Caven, D.D.
    Imagecomment       Photo is numbered by photographer: 38256
    Imagecomment     Photo is numbered by photographer: 38256
  • The Rev. Dr. David Waters, Minister of the First Presbyterian Church (1869-1873)
    Image       To: Miss Robina Marbour
    Image     To: Miss Robina Marbour
  • View of the North Ward, 19th century
    Image       This photograph gives a view of St. Marys North Ward in the late 19th century. The landscape in the image is difficult to see, however the Thames River can be seen running along the bottom of the image and the First Presbyterian Church is standing on a hill to the ...
    Image     This photograph gives a view of St. Marys North Ward in the late 19th century. The landscape in the image is difficult to see, however the Thames River can be ...
  • St. Marys Looking North From London Bridge
    Image       "St. Mary's looking North from London Bridge"
    Image     "St. Mary's looking North from London Bridge"
  • North Ward as seen from the West Ward
    Image       Photo showing the North Ward as seen from the West Ward. This view the Presbyterian Church can be seen with part of the Catholic Church's spire also visible. The Water Street bridge is very evident along with a dam. Some snow can be seen indicating this may have been taken ...
    Image     Photo showing the North Ward as seen from the West Ward. This view the Presbyterian Church can be seen with part of the Catholic Church's spire also visible. The Water ...
  • 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
  • In the North Ward
    Image       "In the North Ward / St. Marys, Ont."
    Image     "In the North Ward / St. Marys, Ont."
  • View of North Ward
    Image       This photo gives a view of the North Ward in St. Marys. The photograph was taken looking North from Trout Creek. Both the Presbyterian Church (left) and the Catholic Church (right) are visible in this photograph. The picture is believed to have been taken by James Leary, a local photographer ...
    Image     This photo gives a view of the North Ward in St. Marys. The photograph was taken looking North from Trout Creek. Both the Presbyterian Church (left) and the Catholic Church ...
  • North Ward from the GTR bridge over Trout Creek, 1884
    Imagecomment       North Ward 1884
    Imagecomment     North Ward 1884
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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
  • Bird's Eye View of St. Marys
    Image       BIRDS EYE VIEW ST' MARYS ONT
    Image     BIRDS EYE VIEW ST' MARYS ONT
  • 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 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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, 1901
    Image       Wrong identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
    Image     Wrong identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
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