1864 Photo showing downtown St. Marys as seen from Ontario Street North. In the middle of the photograph, a horse and carriage driven by Lauriston Cruttenden can be seen. The view looks east from an upstairs window of the Cruttenden's house. Condition: Copy is good - blown up with hope of getting...
1860s Photo of W.N. and A.E. Ford sitting at a table looking as if we've caught them looking through a book together. Condition: Fair. Fungus stains and worn looking. Some rips.
Photo of a man standing in military dress holding onto a cane. He is identified as James Robertson, the husband of "Aunt Jessie Robertson". He was part of the St. Marys Company 28 (Perth) Battalion with the Canadian Volunteer Militia (pre-1867). Condition: Fair. Very yellow, dirty and worn -...
...View of St. Marys looking South, 1864
. A mill, the miller's house, the Sarnia Bridge, the Old Town Hall, and the Anglican Church can be seen.
This picture was taken in wintertime, with L. Cruttenden posed in the carriage....
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