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  • Queen Street looking west up hill
    Image       Photo of downtown St. Marys taken early in St. Marys development (likely taken in the late 1850s along with 1702ph). The photo shows a few of the buildings that were built up between Water and Wellington Streets on Queen Street as well as the first Hutton Block located on the ...
    Image     Photo of downtown St. Marys taken early in St. Marys development (likely taken in the late 1850s along with 1702ph). The photo shows a few of the buildings that were ...
  • First Hutton Block, ca. 1857
    Image       Very early photograph of the first Hutton Block (located on the northwest corner of Queen and Water Streets - where the present MacPherson Arts and Crafts store is located today. The photo shows the building, dirt road leading up Queen Street West (with 2 homes in view - one on ...
    Image     Very early photograph of the first Hutton Block (located on the northwest corner of Queen and Water Streets - where the present MacPherson Arts and Crafts store is located today. ...
  • Eunice Cruttenden
    Image       Eunice Cruttenden 16 yrs. old 1854
    Image     Eunice Cruttenden 16 yrs. old 1854
  • Milner Harrison
    Image       Milner Harrison A print of a daguerreotype, ca. 1855 For a short description which fits this photo see Johnston, "Pioneers of Blanshard" - the chapters on St. Marys.
    Image     Milner Harrison A print of a daguerreotype, ca. 1855 For a short description which fits this photo see Johnston, "Pioneers of Blanshard" - the chapters on St. Marys.
  • Marrian Forrest Dickson
    Imagecomment       Marrian Forrest Dickson (1825-1857) as a lovely young woman. She was the grandmother of Marion Dickson and the mother of Robert Dickson, who was part owner of Beattie's store in St. Marys. Marrian was married to William Douglas Dickson and lived in Renfrew, Ontario. She died at the birth of ...
    Imagecomment     Marrian Forrest Dickson (1825-1857) as a lovely young woman. She was the grandmother of Marion Dickson and the mother of Robert Dickson, who was part owner of Beattie's store in ...
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