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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 Milling 
Image  1921  This image shows the St. Marys Mill after the fire that ravaged it in 1921. The mill was the most profitable in the area according to the 1861 census and was built on the site of an earlier mill operated by the Ingersolls. At the time this photo was taken the mill was part of the larger G. Carter...
Great Star Flour Mill 
Image  1958  This photo show the Great Star Flour Mill. It was built in 1907 following the sale of the building in 1904 by the Oddfellows. The building was previously used as an opera house and after the mill closed in the 80's it was renovated to its current usage of apartments. Photo is an excellent copy.
Victoria Bridge Over the Thames River, 1884 
Image  1884  A photo featuring the Queen Street Victoria Bridge over the Thames River. A mill and the miller's house can be seen to the far right of the photograph. Condition: Good copy - missing some detail.
On the Thames, 1903 
Image  1903  A photo taken by local amateur photographer Milton Reesor, giving a view of Victoria Bridge over the Thames River, Carter's Mill to the right of the bridge and the opera house to the right of the mill. The flour mill seen in this photo would later be destroyed in 1921. The mill was established by...
Victoria Bridge, Carter's Mill and Opera House 
Image    A photo taken by local amateur photographer Milton Reesor, giving a view of Victoria Bridge, Carter's Mill to the right of the bridge and the opera house on the far right of the photo. The exact date of this photo is unknown but it was likely taken circa 1903. The flour mill seen in this photo...
Dam at Near and Mathieson's Mill 
Image    A photo showing the dam at Near and Mathieson's Mill on the Thames River, once located downstream from the Park Street Bridge. At this time the grist mill was abandoned; however, the dam remained. The mill was owned by miller George Mathieson and John Near. It was formerly known as Knight &...
"The Island" at Near and Mathieson's Dam 
Image    A photo showing the dam at Near & Mathieson's Mill on the Thames River. The mill was located downstream from the Park Street Bridge. At this time the grist mill was abandoned; however, the dam remained. The mill was owned by miller George Mathieson and John Near. It was formerly known as Knight &...
View at Near & Mathieson Mill, St. Marys 
Image    A photo featuring the Near and Mathieson Mill once located on the Thames River. At the time this photo was taken in the early 20th century, the grist mill was abandoned; however, the dam remained and can be seen in the distance in this photo. The mill was owned by miller George Mathieson and John...
Ruins of Carter's Oatmeal Mill, Burned 1904 
Image    A photo taken by local photographer Milton Reesor, showing the burned out ruins of the former Carter Oatmeal Mill. The mill was located downstream the Thames River, where River Road turns up the hill towards Rannoch. The oatmeal mill was built in January of 1903. The mill was owned by the G....
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