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  • Water Tower, 1901
    Image       "Grandfather's Water Tower"
    Image     "Grandfather's Water Tower"
  • Unidentified boy
    Image       Photo of a young boy standing on a platford wearing a pair of shorts held up with suspenders. He is smiling and looking up with hands on hips. The photo resembles a photosculpture wherein the subject of the photo is made to appear like a sculpture.
    Image     Photo of a young boy standing on a platford wearing a pair of shorts held up with suspenders. He is smiling and looking up with hands on hips. The photo ...
  • Dr. Fraleigh's office
    Image       Photo showing the desk of Dr. A. E. Fraleigh. Many books can be seen on his desk and on a shelf nearby. A clock can also be seen hanging on the wall above the bookshelf. The medicine cabinet is also visible. Dr. Fraleigh's office was located in 22 Church Street ...
    Image     Photo showing the desk of Dr. A. E. Fraleigh. Many books can be seen on his desk and on a shelf nearby. A clock can also be seen hanging on ...
  • First Presbyterian Church, 1901
    Image       Wrongly identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
    Image     Wrongly identified as "the Anglican Church" on the photo
  • Living room at Dr. Fraleigh's (22 Church Street South), 1901
    Image       Photo of a painting with many portraits sitting on a shelf above it. The painting appears to be sitting atop a desk/table that also has some books and miniatures on it. To the right a plant can be seen. This was taken inside Dr. Fraleigh's property at 22 Church Street ...
    Image     Photo of a painting with many portraits sitting on a shelf above it. The painting appears to be sitting atop a desk/table that also has some books and miniatures on ...
  • Second Knox Presbyterian Church, 1901
    Image       Exterior view of the second Knox Presbyterian Church taken around 1901. Knox Presbyterian Church buildings were once located at 66 Church Street South where Knox Apartments is now located. This specific building was destroyed by fire in 1905 and rebuilt a third and final time (as the first building was ...
    Image     Exterior view of the second Knox Presbyterian Church taken around 1901. Knox Presbyterian Church buildings were once located at 66 Church Street South where Knox Apartments is now located. This ...
  • Parade on Main Street
    Image       Photo showing a parade along Queen Street East heading west down the street. In view are the paraders as well as people lining the streets. Visible and easily identifiable buildings include the Town Hall and the Andrews' Jewelery building. Far off in the distance the Water Tower can also be ...
    Image     Photo showing a parade along Queen Street East heading west down the street. In view are the paraders as well as people lining the streets. Visible and easily identifiable buildings ...
  • Mrs. Clench and Miss Elizabeth Cruttenden in the garden of the Clench house
    Image       Photo of two women sitting outside in a garden looking at a book. The women are identified as Mrs. Clench and her sister Miss (Elizabeth) Cruttenden. They are sitting in the garden of the Clench's located at 96 Robinson Street.
    Image     Photo of two women sitting outside in a garden looking at a book. The women are identified as Mrs. Clench and her sister Miss (Elizabeth) Cruttenden. They are sitting in ...
  • Methodist Church, 1901
    Image       Photo of the Methodist Church (now the St. Marys United Church) as it appeared in 1901. The photo shows the spire on top of the tower (not replaced after being damaged by lightning). It also shows many young trees on the property and across the street.
    Image     Photo of the Methodist Church (now the St. Marys United Church) as it appeared in 1901. The photo shows the spire on top of the tower (not replaced after being ...
  • 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).
    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).
  • St. James Anglican Church, 1901
    Image       Photo of the St. James Anglican Church building taken in July, 1901. The view shows the tower specifically looking northeast.
    Image     Photo of the St. James Anglican Church building taken in July, 1901. The view shows the tower specifically looking northeast.
  • Thames River looking north from the Sarnia bridge
    Image       The River Thames (St. Marys) near grandma's house
    Image     The River Thames (St. Marys) near grandma's house
  • Clench House - 96 Robinson Street
    Image       Home - sweet - home
    Image     Home - sweet - home
  • London railway viaduct with passenger train, 1901
    Image       Photo of a passenger train (heading to Toronto) crossing the London railway viaduct.
    Image     Photo of a passenger train (heading to Toronto) crossing the London railway viaduct.
  • Mrs. Clench and Miss Cruttenden in the living room of the Clench home
    Image       Grandfather's Study at River St. House., St. Marys, Ont.
    Image     Grandfather's Study at River St. House., St. Marys, Ont.
  • Church Street bridge, 1901
    Image       Photo showing the Church Street bridge ("that Leon Clench designed") with the Wool-Carding Mill in the background and canoes passing under the bridge.
    Image     Photo showing the Church Street bridge ("that Leon Clench designed") with the Wool-Carding Mill in the background and canoes passing under the bridge.
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Dr. Fraleigh Photos (July, 1901)


These photos were taken by Dr. A.E. Fraleigh, M.D. in the month of July, 1901. Various places and people are featured (especially the Clench family and his own office).

Album accessioned as 992.27.4