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Year:  1913  Geographic Location:  St. Marys   Sort by:  Relevance
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St. Marys Lacrosse Team 
Image  c. 1913  ...Photo of the St. Marys Lacrosse Team. This photo was most likely taken no earlier than 1912, but probably still in the earlier half of the 1910s - most likely 1913. The team are posed outside in their uniforms and holding onto their equipment. They have been identified as: Back - J.C. Carter...
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Photo of the interior of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South) taken in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis. In the 1870s it was enlarged by its current owner and then sold to George McIntyre in 1878. By 1912 the home was sold to photographer James L. Webster...
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Photo of the interior of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South) taken in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis. In the 1870s it was enlarged by its current owner and then sold to George McIntyre in 1878. By 1912 the home was sold to photographer James L. Webster who...
C. Richardson Shop & Church, St. Marys 
Image  1913  Photo of the C. Richardson shop & churn in St. Marys. A man identified as Alex Murray is posed with a couple horses who are backed up either receive a load or return a load to the shop. Condition: Photocopy not does give the best detail and has been folded.
Lacrosse Team - St. Marys Alerts, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Famous St. Marys Lacrosse Team ST. MARYS ALERTS OF 1913 Back Row (left to right) - Hennie Cuthbertson, Fred Marshall, Jack Alberts, "Monk" Lashbrook, "Pat" Hayden, Johnny Maclean, "Sluey" Stewart. Front Row - Tom Jones, Joe Turnbull, "Tug" Wilson, Lou Lavelle, Bill McConnell....
Sheldon and Standeaven Garage located on southwest corner of Peel and Queen Streets 
Image  1912-1914  Photo of a garage with a car out front (with a man posing next to it), with three other men leaning against the building. This building served as a garage from about 1912 to 1914, selling and servicing such makes of vehicles as the Russell, the Galt and the Brockville Atlas. According to...
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Interior view of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). The photo is part of a series of interior and exterior shots of Athol Brae taken by J.L. Webster in 1913....
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Interior view of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). The photo is part of a series of interior and exterior shots of Athol Brae taken by J.L. Webster in 1913....
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Interior view of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). The photo is part of a series of interior and exterior shots of Athol Brae taken by J.L. Webster in 1913....
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Interior view of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). The photo is part of a series of interior and exterior shots of Athol Brae taken by J.L. Webster in 1913....
Exterior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Exterior view of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). The photo is part of a series of interior and exterior shots of Athol Brae taken by J.L. Webster in 1913....
Exterior view of Athol Brae and lawns, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Exterior view of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). The photo is part of a series of interior and exterior shots of Athol Brae taken by J.L. Webster in 1913....
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Photo of the interior of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South) taken in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis. In the 1870s it was enlarged by its current owner and then sold to George McIntyre in 1878. By 1912 the home was sold to photographer James L. Webster...
Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Photo of the interior of Athol Brae (147 Church Street South) taken in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis. In the 1870s it was enlarged by its current owner and then sold to George McIntyre in 1878. By 1912 the home was sold to photographer James L. Webster who...
View from West Ward over Flats 
Image  1913  View from the West Ward over the Flats (now called Milt Dunnell Field). The (now) Creamery restaurant building is visible as well as the Town Hall and Water Tower (though a bit blurry). Also seen in the background is a train going over the London railway bridge. Smoke can be seen coming from...
View from West Ward over Flats 
Image  1913  View from the West Ward over the Flats (now called Milt Dunnell Field). The (now) Creamery restaurant building is visible as well as the Town Hall and Water Tower (though a bit blurry). Also seen in the background is a train going over the London railway bridge. Smoke can be seen coming from...
View from West Ward of St. Marys 
Image  1913  View from the West Ward towards St. Marys. The downtown area can be seen with the Town Hall and the Water Tower both sticking out. The dam is also visible. Condition: Copy is very good.
Dam, 1913 
Image  1913  ...Postcard view of the dam as it appeared in 1913. The Sarnia railway bridge can be seen far off in the background....
View of Athol Brae, Looking West 
Image  1913  View of Athol Brae, looking West. Condition: Good. Some fading.
View of Athol Brae, looking North 
Image  1913  ...View of Athol Brae, looking North, 1913. The Central School Tower is visible in the background....

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