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164 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This house, built in the 1860s, is still standing to this day. This photo gives a view of the house as it appeared in the 1980s. The house remains largely the same on the exterior. The house sports an elegant bay window and covered porch over the front door. The balcony above is supported by...
121 Carrall St., 1980s 
Image    This photo, taken in the 1980s, shows the house located at 121 Carrall Street. It was built in 1867 by Scottish stonemason Daniel McAnsh. McAnsh moved to the area from Scotland in 1844. The house would later be occupied by several owners including Archibald McCallum, Michael Griffin and Philip...
121 Carrall St., 1980s 
Image    This photo, taken in the 1980s, shows the house located at 121 Carrall Street. It was built in 1867 by Scottish stonemason Daniel McAnsh. McAnsh moved to the area from Scotland in 1844. The house would later be occupied by several owners including Archibald McCallum, Michael Griffin and Philip...
248 Church St. S., 1980s 
Image    A photo featuring the house located at 248 Church Street South. The house was built c. 1854 by Scottish stonemason William Falconer Sr. This stone house appears one level from the street but has been built into a hill with the basement level being utilized. The house was built with a combination...
243 Thomas St., 1980s 
Image    This two-storey house located at 243 Thomas Street was constructed with locally quarried limestone. It was built c. 1869 by stonemason William Falconer Jr. In 1878 it was sold to farmer George Whiles who lived in the home for several years with his son Luke William Whiles, a local carpenter. Many...
22 Salina St. S., 1980s 
Image    This house, seen here at 22 Salina St. South, was built c. 1886 for lawyer John Clark. The house is believed to have been constructed by Jacob Near and William Cockram. In 1890 the house was sold to John Sanderson who only two days later sold it to Richard Lucas. Lucas lived in the home with his...
151 Tracy St., 1980s 
Image    This house located at 151 Tracy Street is a simple form of Greek Revival architecture with its low roof pitch, off-center entry and brick quoins. The house features a generous sized verandah with a cornice and three columns. A finial sits on the roof peak in the front gable. Note the addition at...
"'In-sink-erator', 'old Thor' and other housekeeping appliances remembered", Eat at Our House, 22 July 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "'In-sink-erator', 'old Thor' and other housekeeping appliances remembered", Eat at Our House, 22 July 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 22 July 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "'In-sink-erator', 'Old Thor' and other housekeeping appliances remembered". Eedy writes about old housekeeping appliances such as the 'Old Thor' dishwasher and the 'In-sink-erator' garbage disposal. She also discusses the "Home Delivery"...
"Shakespeare's words find modern day home in Paul Simon's music", Eat at Our House, 8 July 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Shakespeare's words find modern day home in Paul Simon's music", Eat at Our House, 8 July 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 8 July 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Shakespeare's words find modern day home in Paul Simon's music". Eedy discusses the use of lines from Shakespearean plays in modern music and the relatability of the plays to the current day. She also writes on the importance of the...
"Day trip to Lambton museum a real treat", Eat at Our House, 23 June 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Day trip to Lambton museum a real treat", Eat at Our House, 23 June 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 23 June 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Day trip to Lambton museum a real treat". This article is about Eedy's day trip to the Lambton County Heritage Museum in Grand Bend, Ontario. She describes the museum site and the collections on display including the Sage chinaware and...
"Let kids help prepare gingerbread cookies", Eat at Our House, 19 December 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Let kids help prepare gingerbread cookies", Eat at Our House, 19 December 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 19 Dec 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Let kids help prepare gingerbread cookies". This article is about preparing for the Christmas season. Eedy suggests baking desserts early and freezing them. She also describes how to properly wrap fruit cake in either foil or rum-soaked...
91 Queen St. E., 1980s 
Image    This limestone building is located at 91 Queen Street East in downtown St. Marys. It was built in 1854 for William V. Hutton, an early mayor of St. Marys. The architect who constructed the building was Lauriston Cruttenden; he was responsible for the design of many early buildings in St. Marys. In...
6 Water St. S., 1980s 
Image    This building is located on the southwest corner of Queen and Water Street in downtown St. Marys. Note part of the Great Star Flour Mill structure and sign visible behind the building and the Opera House to the south. The building was constructed of local limestone in 1863 for William V. Hutton....
"Jacques Cartier, St. Marys and the strawberry's history", Eat at Our House, 30 June 1993 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Jacques Cartier, St. Marys and the strawberry's history", Eat at Our House, 30 June 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 30 June 1993  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Jacques Cartier, St. Marys and the strawberry's history". In this article Eedy describes the history of the strawberry and its growing regions. She also writes on the medicinal value of strawberries and their use in the past. The recipes...
"June is the month for weddings", Eat at Our House, 9 June 1993 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "June is the month for weddings", Eat at Our House, 9 June 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 9 June, 1993  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "June is the month for weddings". Eedy tells a story about running into a wedding party in a restaurant in Texas on her way home from Arizona. She also discusses the upcoming barbecue season. Recipes included in the article: "Grilled Pork...
257 Thomas St., 1980s 
Image    This one-storey red brick home was built in the late 1880s for Margaret Aiken Humphris, a widow who lived there with her children including her son Joseph Humphris. Joseph Humphris was a local architect and carpenter who owned a planing mill and helped design several homes and buildings in St....
"Watching house wrens and eastern bluebirds a thrilling experience", Eat at Our House, 2 June 1993 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Watching house wrens and eastern bluebirds a thrilling experience", Eat at Our House, 2 June 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 2 June 1993  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Watching house wrens and eastern bluebirds a thrilling experience". This article is about the various birds residing in Dorothy Eedy's backyard including house wrens and chickadees. She also discusses the eastern bluebirds spotted in town...
"Warm wishes helped make 50th anniversary special", Eat at Our House, 11 August 1993 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Warm wishes helped make 50th anniversary special", Eat at Our House, 11 August 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 11 Aug 1993  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Warm wishes helped make 50th anniversary special". Eedy writes about the warm wishes she received from family and friends for she and her husband's 50th wedding anniversary. She also writes about her cousin Evelyn who was visiting from...
"Brunch - a perfect summertime meal", Eat at Our House, 4 August 1993 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Brunch - a perfect summertime meal", Eat at Our House, 4 August 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 4 Aug 1993  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Brunch - a perfect summertime meal". In this article, Eedy provides recipe ideas for brunch and gives tips on hosting a summertime brunch. Recipes included in the article: "Ham and Cheese Strata", "Clam Juice Stinger", "Bang-Up Baked...
105 Water Street South 
Image    Photo of 105 Water Street South, a limestone cottage erected in 1863 for Mrs. Frances Sophia Hill. Condition: Very good.

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