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Irene Eedy, Tottie Sparks, Sadie and Gertrude Richardson at 252 Queen Street East 
ImageComments:    Irene Eedy, Tottie Sparks, Sadie and Gertrude Richardson sitting on the lawn at 252 Queen Street East. (Eedy home.) The Eedy, Sparks and Richardson families were neighbours and friends. Condition: Good, if a little worn.
121 Carrall Street 
ImageComments:  1914  Photo of two children (identified as Bessie Riddell - later Bessie Frank - and her brother) standing outside 121 Carrall Street. This is how the house appeared before the front veranda was removed in 1914 . There was once a boardwalk out to Elgin Street. This is the original Daniel McAinsh...
52 Ontario Street South 
ImageComments:  1950  The stone house at 52 Ontario Street South was originally built by a member of the Whelihan family but it is most closely associated with the family of Erskine Evans, long-time principal of St. Marys Collegiate Institute. In 2012, the property was owned by his son, William Evans. The front porch,...
Looking south to Victoria Bridge 
ImageComments:  1900  View looking south toward Victoria Bridge from the west bank of the Thames River. The St. Marys Milling Company, the Opera House, Island Park, the Miller's house and the building that is currently M&M Variety can be seen. Condition: Somewhat stained and warped at top. Also fairly yellowed.
St. Marys Townhall 
Image  1980  This photo was taken from the corner of Church Street and Queen Street showing the town hall. This building was finished in 1891 after the older wooden town hall was destroyed by fire in 1889. The Building Committee was chaired by Dr. Mathieson who pushed for a large stone building. This led to a...
St. Marys Town Hall 
Image  1970  This photo was taken from the corner of Church Street and Queen Street showing the town hall. This building was finished in 1891 after the older wooden town hall was destroyed by fire in 1889. The Building Committee was chaired by Dr. Mathieson who pushed for a large stone building. This led to a...
St. Marys Town Hall 
Image  1964  A view of the St. Marys Town Hall, the photo was taken looking from the South East corner of Church and Queen Street. This is one of four images in the set, all show the town hall with slightly different perspectives. In very good condition, if slightly dark.
St. Marys Town Hall 
Image  1964  View of the Town Hall taken from the South East corner of Church and Queen Street looking at the corner of the building. The image is one of four in a set which show the town hall from different perspectives. Photo is in good condition but is slightly dark.
St. Marys Town Hall 
Image  1964  View of the Town Hall from Queen Street looking towards the corner of the building. This is one of four photos in a set, all showing the Town Hall from different perspectives. Photo is in good condition, if slightly dark.
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...
84 Water St. South 
Image  1993  This photo shows the stone building at 84 Water Street South on the west side of the street. The building has had many uses and is currently a photo studio. Photo is in excellent condition.
St. Marys Public Library 
Image    This is the St. Marys Public Library which was built in 1905. The building was funded by Andrew Carnegie, a successful businessman who funded over one thousand libraries during his life time. The first librarian to work in the St. Marys Library is identified in newspapers as Miss King who solely...
St. Marys Town Hall 
Image    This picture of the Town Hall was taken from the south side of Queen Street. The photo is in decent condition, there is some curling of the paper as well as fingerprints covering the image.
St. Marys District Museum 
Image    Image of the St. Marys District Museum looking at the west facing entrance. Good - some denting
Town Hall and Public Library 
Image    This is an image of a postcard which is part of a set of three. The postcard image displays St. Marys' town hall and library located on Queen and Church Streets. The public library was built in 1904 and was a product of a grant from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. St. Marys' Town Hall was...
St. Marys Town Hall, 1948 
Image  1948  This is a photograph of St. Marys Town Hall taken in 1948. Town Hall is located on the corner of Queen and Church Streets in downtown St. Marys. The current Town Hall was built in 1891 and is still standing. Condition: Good. There is minimal yellowing of the photo image.
St. Marys Public Library, 1948 
Image  1948  This is a photograph of St. Marys Public Library taken in 1948. The public library is located on Church Street and is still in use today. The library was built through funding by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation and was completed in 1904. Condition: Good. Some discoloration and yellowing of the...
St. Marys Museum, December 1996 
Image  31 Dec 1996  This is a photograph taken of the St. Marys Museum in December, 1996. Christmas decorations such as garland and red bows can be seen adorning the exterior of the building around the porch. The St. Marys Museum building was once known as the Tracy House. The house was built in 1854 by George...
St. Marys Museum 
Image  31 Dec 1996  This is a photograph taken of the St. Marys Museum during the winter of 1996. Christmas decorations such as garland and bows adorn the outside of the building. The St. Marys Museum was originally known as the Tracy House. The house was built in 1854, where George Tracy, an early settler, and his...
St. Marys Museum, December 1996 
Image  31 Dec 1996  This is a photograph of the St. Marys Museum taken during the month of December in 1996. Note the garland and red bows adorning the exterior of the museum for the holiday season. This photo was taken facing the museum building from Church Street South. The St. Marys Museum was originally owned...
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