Picture St. Marys
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Year:  1903  Geographic Location:  St. Marys   Sort by:  Relevance
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Victoria Bridge and the Thames River 
Image  Dated in letter, 1906  Tinted postcard view of the Thames River, the Victoria bridge (Queen Street bridge) and of the old mill and back of the Opera House. Condition: Fair. Strange colouring (got wet?). Handle carefully. Victoria Bridge, St. Marys On back: Dear Friend - I got your letter and I want to know what...
Wedding Photo of George and Nellie McDonald 
Image  Dec. 23, 1903  ...DONALD, witn: Roy SKINNER & Mary McDONALD both of Blanshard on Dec. 23, 1903 at Downie Tp."...
Church Street Bridge 
Image  early 1900s  Reproduction (made to be a much larger size) of an old postcard showing the Church Street bridge which crosses over Trout Creek. In the background the London railway bridge can also be seen. A building can be seen just to the right of Church Street that shows the old Woolen Mill. Photo is taken...
Church Street Bridge 
Image  early 1900s  Reproduction showing the Church Street bridge which crosses over Trout Creek. In the background the London railway bridge can also be seen. A building can be seen just to the right of Church Street that is the old Woolen Mill. Photo is taken from the Wellington Street bridge and was likely...
Postcard View of Central School 
Image    This postcard features the old Central School built in 1857. The photo gives a view of the clock tower and the west facing entrance onto Church Street. The current school building at this location was built in 1914. This image was owned by local photographer Milton Reesor. Despite this...
View of North Ward, St. Marys 
Image    A view of the North Ward in St. Marys looking northwest from the London Bridge. The exact date of the photo is unknown; however, the photo appears to have been taken before 1910. Trout Creek is visible in this photo; compared to the present day, the north bank is quite close to Station Street as...
London Bridge Over Trout Creek 
Image    A photograph taken in the early 20th century by Milton Reesor, showing the London Railway Bridge over Trout Creek. Cattle fences are placed along the banks. The bridge was constructed in 1857 after the announcement of a new branch of the Grand Trunk rail line. The first trains passed over the...
Four Men on the Millrace 
Image    A photo showing four young men sitting in a small motor boat named "City of St. Marys". The men are floating down the millrace that once separated the Flats from the mainland before the new dam was built in 1908. Milton Reesor, a local amateur photographer, took the photo looking north towards the...
The Thames River, North of Sarnia Bridge 
Image    A view of the Thames River looking north from the Sarnia Bridge. Boathouses sit along the banks of the river. Two men can be seen wading in the river. Milton Reesor, a local photographer, took this photo in the early 20th century. Condition: Very good - Original image is very clear. Minor...
St. Marys Looking South from Sarnia Bridge 
Image    A view of St. Marys in the early 20th century, looking south from the Sarnia Railway Bridge. Several landmarks are visible in this photo including the tower of the Anglican Church, the Methodist Church spire, the northwest side of Knox Church and the old Central School clock tower. A grandstand...
View of St. Marys from London Bridge 
Image    A view of the town of St. Marys from the London Railway Bridge. This photo was taken by local photographer Milton Reesor in the early 20th century. Various landmarks are visible including the ice storage facility on the south bank of Trout Creek, Town Hall, the Opera House, the Carding Mill beside...
Residence of J. Corbett 
Image    A photo taken by local amateur photographer Milton Reesor showing the exterior of the Corbett residence. The house belonged to Jacob and Susannah Corbett and had been located on their corner lot property which is currently identified as 51 St. Andrew Street South. In 1912, the Corbetts built a...
On the Thames River Near St. Marys 
Image    A photograph of the Thames River downstream from St. Marys and the Near & Mathieson Mill. The photograph was taken by local photography enthusiast Milton Reesor, who often took photos featuring various views of the Thames River and Trout Creek. Condition: Excellent - Image is clear. Little...
View of South Ward 
Image    A view of the South Ward in St. Marys. This photo was taken by local photographer Milton Reesor from the west bank of the Thames River. The spire of the Methodist Church and its Sunday School wing can clearly be seen above the tree line. The clock tower of the old Central School is visible through...
Looking North on Church Street 
Image    A photo taken by local photographer Milton Reesor which gives a view down the hill of Church Street, across the bridge and up the hill of Church Street North. Reesor appears to have been standing at the corner of Church Street South and Elgin Street. The pipe fence once surrounding the Anglican...
View at Near & Mathieson Mill, St. Marys 
Image    A photo featuring the Near and Mathieson Mill once located on the Thames River. At the time this photo was taken in the early 20th century, the grist mill was abandoned; however, the dam remained and can be seen in the distance in this photo. The mill was owned by miller George Mathieson and John...
Residence of Robert Whitworth, 358 Jones St. E. 
Image    A view of the house located at 358 Jones Street East in St. Marys. The house is one in a series of Queen Ann Style houses at or near the corner of Jones and St. Andrew streets. Milton Reesor, a local amateur photographer, took this photograph sometime in the early 20th century. The Whitworth...
Residence of T.D. Stanley 
Image    A photo featuring a cottage owned by local St. Marys resident T.D. Stanley. The house was one of four built by property developer William Garner at the southwest corner of Elgin and Peel Streets. The house was built very close to the east wall of the Methodist Church, eventually being sold to the...
A Double-Header Bound for Sarnia 
Image    This photo displays two steam locomotives together in what is known as a "double-header". There were several reasons for the use of a double-header: priority freight that required a faster transit, locomotives being transferred from one location to another, or the need for extra horsepower for...
Train Crew of the "Cannon-Ball" 
Image    This photo features a freight train in St. Marys along with the crew, including what appears to be the engineer on the far right and a fireman on the far left. This style of locomotive was commonly referred to as an American locomotive due to its popularity in the United States. The locomotive is...

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