...Photo of students and teachers of St. Marys Collegiate Institute in 1893
. The school was later turned into a public school called at first "North Ward Public School" and then later "Arthur Meighen Public School."
Identified in Journal-Argus of ca. 1943 as Staff and Pupils of St. Marys Collegiate...
1893 Photo of the family of Henry E. Wilson at Christmastime. Some of them are dressed in winter clothing with the rest of them wearing more festive dresses. Their dog Duke can be seen lying on the "fur" rug in front of the mother.
Identified as -
Back: Fred, Father
Middle: Mother, Nell,...
...Photo of Margaret Weir at the age of 85 in the year 1893
. She is posed looking off to the side with a bonnet around her head tied under her chin.
Margaret McArthur Weir (1808-1895) was the mother of William Weir (the supposed first white child born in St. Marys) but was also a lace maker who...
1893 Photo of the Richardson and Webster Foundry with the staff standing outside the building (some even in the doorway).
The foundry manufactured agricultural implements, stoves, mill gear and ploughs. In 1886, they expanded into the making of machinery for cheese and butter factories. Condition: ...
ca. 1893 Photo of Nora Clench's sister Mary. She is posed standing with her hands behind her back looking off to the side giving a profile view of her face. Condition: Good. Appears to be reproduction (tape at bottom in frame). Yellow/green at bottom.
early 1890s Photo of the Methodist Church Choir taken in the early 1890s.
They are identified as (from left to right):
Back row - Maggie Wilson, Bob Eaton, Edna Dickinson, Fred Cochran, Nettie Mennig, L.L. Follick, Alf McTavish
2nd row - H.L. Rice, Mattie Campbell, Edith Armstrong, Will Young, Maude White,...
1893 Richardson Foundry with 21 foundry workers posed for the photo. This industry was located on Wellington Street South, in St. Marys.
The foundry manufactured agricultural implements, stoves, mill gear and ploughs. In 1886, they expanded into the making of machinery for cheese and butter factories....
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