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Year
1913
  
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  • View of Athol Brae, looking North
    Image       ...View of Athol Brae, looking North, 1913. The Central School Tower...
    Image     ...View of Athol Brae, looking North, 1913. The Central School Tower...
  • View of Athol Brae, Looking West
    Image       View of Athol Brae, looking West.
    Image     View of Athol Brae, looking West.
  • Dam, 1913
    Image       ...Postcard view of the dam as it appeared in 1913. The Sarnia railway...
    Image     ...Postcard view of the dam as it appeared in 1913. The Sarnia railway...
  • View from West Ward of St. Marys
    Image       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.
    Image     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.
  • View from West Ward over Flats
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • Two elderly men resting on hoes in field of young corn
    Image       "Two farmers hoeing"
    Image     "Two farmers hoeing"
  • Mrs. Samuel Riddell, 1913
    Image       Photo of a woman sitting on some steps that lead up to a door leading into a house. She is looking off to the right so that we have a profile view of her face. In the foreground of the photo wooden planks that make-up a walkway to this doorway. ...
    Image     Photo of a woman sitting on some steps that lead up to a door leading into a house. She is looking off to the right so that we have a ...
  • View from West Ward over Flats
    Image       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 ...
    Image     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 ...
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
    Image     ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
    Image     ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
  • Exterior view of Athol Brae and lawns, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913....
    Image     ... in 1913....
  • Exterior view of Athol Brae, 1913
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    Image     ... in 1913....
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913....
    Image     ... in 1913....
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913....
    Image     ... in 1913....
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913....
    Image     ... in 1913....
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913....
    Image     ... in 1913....
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
    Image     ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
  • Interior view of Athol Brae, 1913
    Image       ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
    Image     ... in 1913. Athol Brae was built about 1867 for grain merchant John Jarvis...
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