Picture St. Marys
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Year:  1858  Geographic Location:  St. Marys   Sort by:  Relevance
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James McArthur Weir 
Image  late 1850s or very early 1860s  Carte de visite of James MacArthur Weir, the son of Margaret MacArthur and William Weir. He unfortunately died in 1862 at the age of approximately 25 years. He is pictured here wearing a large bow-tie with a jacket that is fully done-up. His hair is swept back form his face and he has a...
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 northwest corner of...
Queen Street looking west up hill 
Image  ca. 1858  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 northwest corner of...
Daniel McDougall 
Image    ...This is a copy of an original carte de visite showing Daniel McDougall who owned the Tracy House (now the St. Marys Museum). He was a wealthy businessman and moved here with his family in 1858 renaming it Cloudesdel Hall....
Queen Street St. Marys 
Image    An early photo of Queen Street looking West that was taken while the street was still a dirt road. The buildings were largely made of wood at this time. A sign advertising tickets for the Grand Trunk Railway can be seen on the left. Photocopy of the original.

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