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  • William and Jane McFadzen
    Imagecomment       William and Jane McFadzen are seated in a photography studio but dressed in fine winter garments. William has an impressive fur coat, a Persian Lamb hat and wool mittens. Jane's winter coat has a luxuriant fur collar with matching muff. She wears a small, trimmed hat that ties under her ...
    Imagecomment     William and Jane McFadzen are seated in a photography studio but dressed in fine winter garments. William has an impressive fur coat, a Persian Lamb hat and wool mittens. Jane's ...
  • James Carter Residence
    Image       James H. Carter's residence located at 67 Peel Street South in St. Marys. The house was built for James Carter by his father, George Carter, in 1883. The house was a wedding present to James and his new wife Mary Box.
    Image     James H. Carter's residence located at 67 Peel Street South in St. Marys. The house was built for James Carter by his father, George Carter, in 1883. The house was ...
  • Looking North on Church Street
    Image       "Looking North, on Church Street."
    Image     "Looking North, on Church Street."
  • Residence of J. Corbett
    Image       "Residence of J. Corbet"
    Image     "Residence of J. Corbet"
  • St. Andrew Street Looking North
    Image       "View on St. Andrew St. Looking North"
    Image     "View on St. Andrew St. Looking North"
  • Water Tower Covered in Ice
    Image       "G.T.R. Tank at St. Marys Junction"
    Image     "G.T.R. Tank at St. Marys Junction"
  • The Thames River in Winter, c. 1900-1903
    Image       "The Thames". North of Sarnia Bridge.
    Image     "The Thames". North of Sarnia Bridge.
  • Dam in Winter - Lots of Ice
    Image       This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River on a very icy winter day. This dam, which is the same as our present dam, was constructed from stone and concrete in a six-week period in 1908 by the George Carter Company. The dam created ...
    Image     This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River on a very icy winter day. This dam, which is the same as our present dam, ...
  • Dam in Winter
    Image       This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River. This dam, which is the same as our present dam, was constructed from stone and concrete in a six-week period in 1908 by the George Carter Company. The dam created a mill pond so large it ...
    Image     This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River. This dam, which is the same as our present dam, was constructed from stone and concrete ...
  • Water Street Bridge in Winter; Ice and People on Water
    Image       This photo shows the Parkview Creamery on the left and the Water Street Bridge on the right. In the background, you can see the spire of the Presbyterian Church. When this photo was taken, the creamery would have been under ownership of T. J. Stillman. The creamery is now O'Leary's ...
    Image     This photo shows the Parkview Creamery on the left and the Water Street Bridge on the right. In the background, you can see the spire of the Presbyterian Church. When ...
  • Water Street Bridge, Creamery, and Church at Winter
    Image       This photo shows the boat house that was once located on Milt Dunnell Field (the flats) on the left, the Parkview Creamery in the middle and the Water Street Bridge on the right. In the background, you can see the spire of the Presbyterian Church. When this photo was taken, ...
    Image     This photo shows the boat house that was once located on Milt Dunnell Field (the flats) on the left, the Parkview Creamery in the middle and the Water Street Bridge ...
  • Horses with Wagons in Front of Post Office at Winter
    Image       This photo shows the old post office that is now Custom's House Restaurant in the winter. In front of it, you can see horses with wagons moving through the slush on the road. The post office was built in 1908, and stayed in this location until it was relocated to ...
    Image     This photo shows the old post office that is now Custom's House Restaurant in the winter. In front of it, you can see horses with wagons moving through the slush ...
  • Street at Winter
    Image       This photograph shows a view looking North down James Street North and across Trout Creek. There are three houses pictured on the street. Across the creek, you can see the spires of the Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church and the Presbyterian Church.
    Image     This photograph shows a view looking North down James Street North and across Trout Creek. There are three houses pictured on the street. Across the creek, you can see the ...
  • Queen Street and Royal Bank, Roads All Slushy
    Image       This photo shows a view looking East down Queen Street in winter when the roads are very slushy. The Royal Bank is pictured on the left, but it is slightly obstructed by a pole. The Royal Bank building was constructed in 1901 and was purchased by the Royal Bank in ...
    Image     This photo shows a view looking East down Queen Street in winter when the roads are very slushy. The Royal Bank is pictured on the left, but it is slightly ...
  • Looking Down Jones Street
    Image       This photo shows a view looking West towards downtown St. Marys from Jones Street. In the background, you can see the Opera House with with the mill behind it. At the time this photo was taken (early 1920s) the whole block, including the Opera House, would have already been converted ...
    Image     This photo shows a view looking West towards downtown St. Marys from Jones Street. In the background, you can see the Opera House with with the mill behind it. At ...
  • Tree Lined Sidewalk in Winter
    Image       This photo shows a sidewalk lined with trees in winter. There are many footprints in the snow.
    Image     This photo shows a sidewalk lined with trees in winter. There are many footprints in the snow.
  • Cenotaph in Winter
    Image       This photo depicts the cenotaph in front of the Town Hall in winter just after its construction. The cenotaph was unveiled on November 7, 1921, three years after armistice of 1918 (the end of fighting in world war one). 65 names of soldiers who died during world war one in ...
    Image     This photo depicts the cenotaph in front of the Town Hall in winter just after its construction. The cenotaph was unveiled on November 7, 1921, three years after armistice of ...
  • Sleet Storm, 1922
    Image       This photo depicts the old Opera House in a sleet storm in 1922. The Opera House was built in 1880 by the St. Marys Lodge of the Independent order of Oddfellows, but the Oddfellows had to sell the building in 1904. In 1919, the entire block was converted into a ...
    Image     This photo depicts the old Opera House in a sleet storm in 1922. The Opera House was built in 1880 by the St. Marys Lodge of the Independent order of ...
  • Sleet Storm, 1922
    Image       This photo depicts downtown St. Marys in a sleet storm in 1922. There are no cars on the road, but many people can be seen walking. There are many wires hanging over the street. Today, there are no wires above the street in downtown St. Marys because they have been ...
    Image     This photo depicts downtown St. Marys in a sleet storm in 1922. There are no cars on the road, but many people can be seen walking. There are many wires ...
  • Sarnia Bridge in Winter
    Image       This photograph shows the Sarnia Bridge in the winter. At the time that this photo was taken it would have still been in use as a train viaduct but it would later close in the late 1980's.
    Image     This photograph shows the Sarnia Bridge in the winter. At the time that this photo was taken it would have still been in use as a train viaduct but it ...
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