Picture St. Marys
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Year:  1904  Geographic Location:  St. Marys   Sort by:  Relevance
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Portrait of Woman 
ImageMysteries:    Woman wearing dark blouse with sleeves that flow out and aren't quite long enough to reach her wrists. She is wearing a brooch on the lace collar. Hair is slicked down, but the hint of curls are evident underneath. Photo is faded artistically below her blouse. Condition: image very yellowed...
Marion Dickson 
Image    Young girl (Marion Dickson) seated in an elaborate wood chair with hair loosely pulled back in a bow, wearing a light coloured, frilly dress. She is holding flowers, and behind her is a side table with a vase of flowers upon it. Condition: image is browned at bottom but rest of image is fairly...
The Race and Sarnia Bridge, St. Marys 
ImageMysteries:  Postmarked 1912  Postcard view of the Mill Race with 4 men in a boat casually floating towards the photographer. In the background the Sarnia railway bridge can be seen. Also see 021pc-OA for a black and white version of this postcard. One can also go through the Reesor Collection of photos at the St. Marys...
Brick Home on corner of Tracy and Park Streets (199 Tracy Street) 
Image  c. 1904  ...About 1900-1904 Mr. & Mrs. W.H. May, Lady on left not known, Harry, Walter, (baby) Mary, Frank (lady on left has been identified now as a servant, and Mary was born in 1904)...
Group photo 
Image    Photo of a large group of people. There is a man sitting in the middle, with everyone else seeming to be posed around him. They are identified as such: (Back) Mabel Hedley, Het Ford, Jennie Murrell, Jean Ford, Agnes Galbraith, Eva Whiles (Middle) Ella Henderson, Lizzie Norris, Jimmie Laird...
St. Marys from the Water Tower 
Image  approx. 1909  Panoramic postcard view of St. Marys as seen from the old Water Tower (located on the corner of James and Queen Streets). Downtown can be seen, a few churches, the Town Hall, the water treatment buildings, as well as the London railway line. Postcard is much longer than a normal postcard - over...
Group of men at 60 years of age, 1904
 
Image  1904  ...Photo of six men who were all born in the year 1844. In 1904 they were all celebrating their 60th birthday. The men are identified as: Back - George Matthieson, J.O. Robson, William Andrews Front - William Hoy, L.D. Brown, James Armstrong See 0255ph to see the photo of the men in 1914 at 70...
Cast of Temple of Fame 
Image  ca. 1900s  Photo of a group of actors in their costumes. The play they are in is supposedly "Temple of Fame." They have been identified as: Back - Goergie Birch, John Gray, Pearl Hamilton, Frank Ready, Pearl Lancaster, Georgie McCall, Fred Fitt, Charlie McLeod Front - Unice McCall, Nora Birch, Wilbur...
Sclater Limeworks, 1904 
Image  1904  ...Photo of Mr. Sclater standing in his quarry, Sclater Limeworks. This photo was taken in 1904 for the Beareau of Mines, Vol XII....
Sclater Limeworks, 1904 
Image  1904  ...Photo of Sclater Limeworks, taken in 1904 for the Bureau of Mines, Vol. 12....
Thames Quarry, 1904 
Image  1904  ...Photo of the Thames Quarry taken in 1904 for Bureau of Mines, Vol. 12. This photo shows the quarry as well as some machinery and men at work....
Thames Quarry, 1904 
Image  1904  ...Photo of the Thames Quarry taken in 1904 for Bureau of Mines, Vol. 12. This photo shows a lot of rubble....
Thames Quarry, 1904 
Image  1904  ...Photo of the Thames Quarry taken in 1904 for the Bureau of Mines, Vol. 12. The photo shows men working in the quarry. A simple cottage can be seen in the background....
Queen Street looking west 
Image  Postmarked 1914  Tinted postcard view of Queen Street looking west. Andrew's/Anstett Jewelers tower can be seen as well as the varying shapes and colours of the buildings of downtown on both sides of the street starting at about Church Street. A horse and carriage can be seen heading east with people walking on...
Queen Street looking east 
Image    Postcard view of Queen Street looking east. The varying sizes of the buildings can be seen looking up towards the water tower (seen in the distance on the right) and the Town Hall (seen in the distance on the left). In the foreground, horse drawn wagons can be seen at Queen and Water Streets ...
Waterworks and London railway bridge 
Image    Photo of the waterworks building (at the left), and the London railway bridge (at the right). Far off at the right the Water Tower can be seen. The railway station would be between the water tower and the bridge. Condition: Okay. Image is evident, not in the best shape though. Appears to have...
404 Queen Street East 
Image  Postmarked October 21, 1907  Photo of 404 Queen Street East, a large home located on the corner of Queen and Huron Streets. The house is currently used as apartments. In this photo, we see some people outside of the home on the porch. Condition: Copy is very good.
Power House 
Image  Postmarked April 1911  Postcard view of the "Power House." Built in 1898 as a way to pump water and make electricity. The Power House now houses some waterworks equipment. This view shows not only the waterworks building, but also Trout Creek and the London railway bridge. The Water Tower can also be seen in the...
Trout Creek and London Bridge, St. Marys 
Image    Postcard view of Trout Creek with the London railway bridge seen in the background with a train crossing it. Condition: Good. Wear and a few stains. Trout Creek and London Bridge, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada
Train wreck at Maxwell's Plant 
Image  Postmarked 1909  Copy of a postcard (postmarked 1909) of a train wreck that occurred just near Maxwell's factory. There are a group of people standing around the engine with a lot of train cars seen in behind. Condition: Copy is very good.

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