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  • 181 Queen Street West
    Image       The house built at 181 Queen Street West, was built for Joseph McDougall sometime between 1860 and 1861. It was first constructed as a one-story brick cottage. McDougall co-owned the St. Marys Iron Foundry & Machine Shop, which manufactured farming implements and other machinery castings. By 1866, John Robertson owned ...
    Image     The house built at 181 Queen Street West, was built for Joseph McDougall sometime between 1860 and 1861. It was first constructed as a one-story brick cottage. McDougall co-owned the ...
  • 165 Queen Street West
    Image       The house was built in 1881 for James Thompson, a local grain merchant. The architect built the brick house in the Italianate style popular in that time period, specifically seen in the curvature of the window lintels and the ornate brackets under the roof. The house originally had an intricate ...
    Image     The house was built in 1881 for James Thompson, a local grain merchant. The architect built the brick house in the Italianate style popular in that time period, specifically seen ...
  • 156 Queen Street West
    Image       This yellow brick two-storey house gives an example of the amount of detail that went into Victorian houses in the late 19th century. Yellow brick houses can be seen throughout St. Marys, and this particular example is grand in its appearance. The house, built in the early 1880s, features bay ...
    Image     This yellow brick two-storey house gives an example of the amount of detail that went into Victorian houses in the late 19th century. Yellow brick houses can be seen throughout ...
  • 147 Queen Street West
    Image       This house has an exterior that is commonly seen throughout Ontario. The outside walls, with their light coloured, horizontal siding, are similar to many houses in St. Marys. The house also features extra trim around the windows and a raised veranda at the front of the house. A lattice window ...
    Image     This house has an exterior that is commonly seen throughout Ontario. The outside walls, with their light coloured, horizontal siding, are similar to many houses in St. Marys. The house ...
  • 752 Queen Street East
    Image       The cottage in this photograph, taken in the early 1970s is no longer standing, however it was once located on the lot at 752 Queen Street East. The house was built for Robert Birtch, constructed sometime in the late 1850s. This triple-brick cottage is believed to have been one of ...
    Image     The cottage in this photograph, taken in the early 1970s is no longer standing, however it was once located on the lot at 752 Queen Street East. The house was ...
  • 563 Queen Street East
    Image       This storey and a half house displays architectural aspects that were popular in house design in the mid to late 19th century. The house features an exterior chimney which can be seen on the right side of the photo. There is extra trim around the windows, as well as ginger ...
    Image     This storey and a half house displays architectural aspects that were popular in house design in the mid to late 19th century. The house features an exterior chimney which can ...
  • 389 Queen Street East
    Image       This house, located at 389 Queen Street East, has a very different appearance in comparison to how it looked at the time this photo was taken, in the early 1970s. The house is still covered in horizontal white siding. However, the porch has been altered, with the removal of the ...
    Image     This house, located at 389 Queen Street East, has a very different appearance in comparison to how it looked at the time this photo was taken, in the early 1970s. ...
  • 379 Queen Street East
    Image       This style of house, with its light coloured, horizontal siding, is common in St. Marys. However, small details give the house an interesting exterior. The house has two verandas, which can be seen in this image. The house features a gabled roof with some gingerbread detailing, a popular characteristic of ...
    Image     This style of house, with its light coloured, horizontal siding, is common in St. Marys. However, small details give the house an interesting exterior. The house has two verandas, which ...
  • 363 Queen Street East
    Image       This modest brick home features details that can be commonly seen in similar style houses throughout St. Marys. The house has a long veranda with ornamental fretwork frills around the posts, as well as a dormer window with fish scale detailing. The exact date of the construction of this house ...
    Image     This modest brick home features details that can be commonly seen in similar style houses throughout St. Marys. The house has a long veranda with ornamental fretwork frills around the ...
  • 347 Queen Street East
    Image       This house was built for Elizabeth James in the late 1850s. The structure was built close to the street, a sign of early construction. She purchased the land the structure was built on from James Ingersoll in 1854. It is presumed she lived here with her husband William James, a ...
    Image     This house was built for Elizabeth James in the late 1850s. The structure was built close to the street, a sign of early construction. She purchased the land the structure ...
  • 67 Peel Street South
    Image       This two and a half storey, yellow brick house was built in 1883 for James Carter. James Carter was the son of notable St. Marys resident and mill owner George Carter. The two men were also business partners, with James Carter taking over as president of his father’s company after ...
    Image     This two and a half storey, yellow brick house was built in 1883 for James Carter. James Carter was the son of notable St. Marys resident and mill owner George ...
  • 107 Ontario Street North
    Image       This stone house was built for John Henry Clark, a retired farmer originating from the Rannoch area. In the 1870s, Clark built a house on the lot located at 108 Robinson Street. The structure seen in the photo was built behind that house, and originally used as a carriage-house with ...
    Image     This stone house was built for John Henry Clark, a retired farmer originating from the Rannoch area. In the 1870s, Clark built a house on the lot located at 108 ...
  • 31 King Street South
    Image       This two-storey white brick house, built in 1857, is Neo-Classically styled in many of its features, giving the house a clean exterior appearance. The geometric arch detail on the transom over the doorway adds distinction. The home was originally a salmon coloured brick; however, it is believed that the house ...
    Image     This two-storey white brick house, built in 1857, is Neo-Classically styled in many of its features, giving the house a clean exterior appearance. The geometric arch detail on the transom ...
  • 151 Jones Street West
    Image       The lot this house is located on was owned by several individuals until a house was built on the property. According to the 1877 assessment rolls, it was not until James McIntyre owned the property that a two-storey frame house was built. The house is a common style, wooden frame ...
    Image     The lot this house is located on was owned by several individuals until a house was built on the property. According to the 1877 assessment rolls, it was not until ...
  • 143 Jones Street West
    Image       Two-storey homes with a white siding exterior can be seen throughout Perth County. Homes of this style often had some form of porch or veranda at the front of the house. This particular house has simple fretwork along the veranda overhang, with similar detailing carried up under the roof. The ...
    Image     Two-storey homes with a white siding exterior can be seen throughout Perth County. Homes of this style often had some form of porch or veranda at the front of the ...
  • 140 Jones Street West
    Image       Houses of the same style as this two-storey historical home can be seen in the St. Marys vicinity. These types of dwellings, square in shape, were often built of red brick with similar dimensions as this example. However, this house has a white siding exterior and lacks the typical large ...
    Image     Houses of the same style as this two-storey historical home can be seen in the St. Marys vicinity. These types of dwellings, square in shape, were often built of red ...
  • 131 Jones Street West
    Image       This is a modest house built with a staggered pattern of dark and light brick. There also appears to have been an addition added onto the rear of the house. This one-storey house has a front porch with four rectangular pillars and round newel posts on the railings. Small details ...
    Image     This is a modest house built with a staggered pattern of dark and light brick. There also appears to have been an addition added onto the rear of the house. ...
  • 123 Jones Street West
    Image       This little one-storey house has largely remained the same since its construction, with the veranda and square pillar addition seen in the photo being an exception along with more recent alterations such as updated windows and an extension of the porch. The house is approximately one hundred years old, and ...
    Image     This little one-storey house has largely remained the same since its construction, with the veranda and square pillar addition seen in the photo being an exception along with more recent ...
  • 642 Jones Street East
    Image       This modest historical home is an example of a popular style of housing that can be seen throughout rural Ontario. The house features white horizontal siding and a simple doorstep leading up to the entrance, bordered on either side by two low-hanging windows. An exterior chimney can be seen on ...
    Image     This modest historical home is an example of a popular style of housing that can be seen throughout rural Ontario. The house features white horizontal siding and a simple doorstep ...
  • 559 Jones Street East
    Image       This style of white clapboard home is not uncommon in rural Ontario. However, the picturesque details added onto the exterior are what make this historical home quite sophisticated. The house features a pretty gabled roof with some ginger breading detail and fancy fretwork frills along the porch overhang. The house ...
    Image     This style of white clapboard home is not uncommon in rural Ontario. However, the picturesque details added onto the exterior are what make this historical home quite sophisticated. The house ...
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