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St. Marys Looking North From London Bridge 
Image  Postmark year 1913  Postcard view of the North side of St. Marys taken from the London (railway) Bridge. In the background the Presbyterian church can be seen on the left and the Catholic church on the right. "St. Mary's looking North from London Bridge"
In the North Ward 
Image    Postcard 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. The Maxwell family's homes can also be seen (the red brick ones) up by the Presbyterian church as well. The...
Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church - 149 King Street North 
Image  1981  Photo of Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church located at 149 King Street North. This photo was taken in 1981, so the Parish Hall is not in existence at this point (which would be located on the back right side of the building). The Church was built in 1892 in the Gothic style of architecture....
CN Viaduct - London Bridge 
Image  Prior to 1938  Photo of the CN railway line (showing the London bridge) with the Catholic Church seen in the background. The train station can be seen at the left in the photo as well as some houses in the background. The photo would have been taken sometime before 1938. Condition: Okay. Ripped in the...
In the North Ward 
Image  Postmarked December 19, 1901  Postcard 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. The Maxwell family's homes can also be seen (the red brick ones) up by the Presbyterian church as well. The...
Roman Catholic Church, 1901 
Image    Photo of Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church located at 149 King Street North. The photo shows the front of the church (looking from Widder Street). Condition: Copy is good.
View of the Flats (Milt Dunnell Field), 1917 
Image  1917  Photo showing the Flats (now Milt Dunnell Field) with Chautauqua tents. The Presbyterian and Catholic Churches can be seen in the background on the hill. Click on the link at the side to read more about the Chautauqua movement. Condition: Copy is very good.
Roman Catholic Church, 1901 
Image    Photo of Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church located at 149 King Street North. The photo shows the front of the church (looking from Widder Street). Condition: Fair. Very discoloured with stains. Album pages are very warped.
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 of full trees...
Bird's Eye View of St. Marys 
Image    Postcard showing a bird's eye view of St. Marys. The Presbyterian and Catholic Churches can be seen in the background with F.E. Butcher Cooperage roof is seen at the bottom of the photo. Baird Lumber on shore of the Trout Creek. Condition: Poor. Very stained and creased with a torn corner...
View of London Bridge 
Image    View of London Bridge - looking north; Catholic Church steeple - people beside the tracks Condition: Okay. Both copies are in good condition, but are very dark. Both have white spots in different places (processing problem?)
North Ward from the GTR bridge over Trout Creek, 1884 
ImageComments:  1884  In 1884, Hugill, a photographer from Ingersoll, came to St. Marys, apparently on the invitation of William Andrews, a local jeweller, and took a series of stereoscopic views of the town. This is one half of a stereo card, showing the north ward from the Grand Trunk Railway bridge over Trout Creek....
Roman Catholic Rectory 
Image  1865  This photo shows the Roman Catholic Rectory soon after it was built and is an excellent example of early limestone houses. The children from the separate school which was held in the building are posed in front along with their teachers, trustees, and the priest, possibly Father Boubat. Photo is...
Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church 
Image  1973  The Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church is located at 149 King Street North. This Gothic Revival style stone church was built in 1892. This architectural style was commonly used in the construction of churches in Canada from the 1840s through the 1890s. The Gothic elements visible on this structure...
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 who...
View of North Ward, St. Marys 
Image    A view of the North Ward in St. Marys looking northwest from the London Bridge. The exact date of the photo is unknown; however, the photo appears to have been taken before 1910. Trout Creek is visible in this photo; compared to the present day, the north bank is quite close to Station Street as...
North Hill from Railway Bridge 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. On this postcard is a view of the North ward of St. Marys. Both the Catholic Church and the Presbyterian Church can be seen from this view. Also visible is Trout Creek running along side James Street. This image is taken...
St. Marys looking North from London Bridge 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. The image on this postcard is displaying the North Ward. The view being displayed in this image was taken from the London Bridge. Note the thick tree coverage between Wellington Street and King Street. Today many of these...
North Ward 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This image is of North Ward during the winter months. Both the Catholic and Presbyterian Churches are displayed in this image. The image on the postcard is a photograph that has been coloured in. The view that this image...
In the North Ward 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This image is of North Ward. On top of the hill both the Catholic and Presbyterian Churches can be seen. Also note that in the bottom left corner of the image part of Trout Creek can be seen along side James Street....
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