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William McLean's Class at the First Presbyterian Church 
ImageComments:    Photo of William McLean's class at the First Presbyterian Church in St. Marys. There are a group of boys (some sitting on the floor, some standing) posed looking at the camera. The boys are identified as - Back: Fred McIntosh, Archie Willard, Howard Fraleigh, Dave Murray, Jim McGregor,...
Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic, ca. 1925 
Image  1925  This is a portrait taken ca. 1925 and includes a group of men who were church elders and members of session at the St. Marys Presbyterian Church. The men were attending the Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic. Condition: Good. There is some slight yellowing and discolouration of the photo.
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 right. Condition: Good Copy -...
Widder Street East Drive Shed 
Image  1973  This building, once located East of St. Marys Presbyterian Church on Widder Street, was demolished circa 1975. The building was originally built as a drive shed, a structure built for sheltering vehicles, farm machinery, and/or visitors' horses. The building was later converted to a hall for the...
Knox Presbyterian Church, 1898 
Image  Winter 1898  A photo taken by amateur photographer Milton Reesor, showing the Knox Presbyterian Church in 1898. This was the second Presbyterian church on this site as the first, built in 1878, was destroyed by fire in 1891. This church would later burn down as well in 1905. The church was located directly...
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...
Ruins of Knox Church, 1905 
Image  12 Feb 1905  The ruins of the second Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Marys. This photo was taken by local photographer Milton Reesor on February 12, 1905. This church was once located on Church Street across from the St. James Anglican Church. The first Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Marys was built in 1879...
Knox Presbyterian Church 
Image    A photo taken by amateur photographer Milton Reesor, showing the Knox Presbyterian Church in the early 20th century. This was the second Presbyterian church on this site as the first, built in 1878, was destroyed by fire in 1891. This church would later burn down as well in 1905. The church was...
View of St. Marys 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This is a photo displaying a skyline view of St. Marys. The photo appears to have been taken from the general area of Jones and Church Street, possibly from the Baptists church. From this view the Catholic Church can be seen...
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....
Bridge Eye View from Presbyterian Church Steeple 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This image was originally a photograph, and has since been coloured in. The image is depicting downtown St. Marys, with Town Hall and the United Church clearly visible. Trout Creek also crosses the foreground. Postcard is...
In the North Ward, St. Marys, Ont. 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. It shows a view of the North Ward across Trout Creek. The Presbyterian Church (left) and Roman Catholic Church are prominent in the photo, as well as the few houses on the hills below them. Also shown is extensive farmland to...
Four People in Rowboat Above the Dam, St. Marys 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. It depicts four people in a small rowboat at the junction of the Thames River and Trout Creek, just downstream from where the current falls are today. In the background to the left are the Flats, and on the right shoreline is...
River Thames and Mill Dam, St. Marys, Ont. 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. The photograph insert shows a view of the Thames River and Mill dam from Victoria Bridge. The old boathouse and the Presbyterian Church are clearly visible in the centre and background. The photo is bordered by gold rope and...
The North Ward 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. It is a view of the North Ward, looking northeast across the Thames River. In the foreground is the Dam and Rice Lake, along with the banks of the Flats and the old Boat House on the right. Several houses dot the landscape,...
Knox Presbyterian Church 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This was the third Knox Presbyterian Church, looking southwest from Church Street South. The first church, built in 1897, burned down in 1891. Rebuilt at a cost of $15 000, the second church was also lost to a fire in 1905....
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