1913-1914 Photo of a class of students standing outside their school, which was located in a back alley (off of Wellington Street) in Willard's paint shop. This building was used temporarily while waiting for a more permanent building.
In "Our St. Marys Schools" (a booklet published by the St. Marys...
1914 Photo of a class of students sitting and standing outside Central School. There is a teacher sitting in the middle with the students all around. Condition: Fair to good. Matting and image are filthy. Some surface scratches and some contrast has been lost. Handle carefully. People have been...
...Photo of four St. Marys pioneers taken in 1914
. Each man is wearing s jacket and hat and are posed towards the camera.
The men include:
John Legge (age 85), William McGregor (age 83), John Weir (age 80) and William McIntosh (age 80)....
1914 Photo of six older men. They are all wearing simple suits and are posed looking fairly comfortable.
All of these men were born in 1844, and were therefore 70 years old at the time this photo was taken.
The men are identified as:
Front: J.O. Robson, L.D. Brown, Geo. Mathieson, William...
around 1913-1915 On the one side, there is a picture of Miss Ingersoll's 2nd book class in old Central school - taken around 1913.
On the other side, is a newspaper print of a photo of the teaching staff of St. Marys Public Schools in 1915. Please click on the photo at the side to see this photo.
...Photo of the laying of the cornerstone for the new Central school building which took place in 1914
In this photograph, the foundation of the building has been completed with some framing looking like it's been done. A lot of stones are around with people standing about watching the laying...
Tinted postcard view of London Bridge from the north. The old water tower can be seen in the background, with a train going over the London bridge (heading towards the station / heading to London). Condition: Excellent. Some yellowing, but is in amazing shape for age. London Bridge, St. Mary's,...
Postcard view of the St. James Anglican church.
All three sections of the building are present in this photo, which means this can be dated from 1908 on.
The original church (the middle section of the church), was built in 1858 with the tower being added in 1885 (as well as other renovations...
Photo of Martha Harrison, daughter of Milner Harrison (established one of the first stores in St Marys, and became a successful businessman and politician).
She is pictured here with her hair parted in the middle and puffed up slightly. She is wearing a high-collared blouse. Condition: Good. ...
Tinted postcard view of London Bridge from the north. The old water tower can be seen in the background, with a train going over the London bridge (heading towards the station / heading to London). Condition: Good. Some wear at edges. London Bridge, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada
Jean Provan (white dress)
wife of Scotty Provan
...Photo showing the laying of the cornerstone at Central school in 1914
- the last municipal building in St. Marys to be built out of limestone.
The photo features (from left to right): Esther Mitchell, Margaret Barbour, Elizabeth Cruttenden, Dr. J.R. Stanley, Alice Wilson and D.J. Anderson (the...
...Photo of a large group of people watching the laying of the cornerstone at Central school (in 1914
). The site is obviously in the midst of construction with lots of building material around and stone in places.
The people in the preceding photo (1693ph) are either setting up for the shot...
... with the bell curve roof seen at the right hand side. A couple can be seen standing just in front of the front porch. This view was taken in 1914
when the home was owned by J.O. Mitchell.
322 Emily Street was designated in 2008, bylaw 32....
...Photo of 138 Wellington Street North - one of the oldest houses in St. Marys. It is a log building with clapboard covering it.
This photo was taken around 1914
when the home was occupied by the family of Joseph Patterson. The Patterson family lived in this home for almost a century.
...Photo of the clay beds at the St. Marys Cement Works taken in June 1914
A couple of men can be seen with one standing next to a large piece of equipment, and the other on the piece of equipment....
...Photo of the rubble reducer at the limestone quarry taken June 1914
...Photo of the stone quarry at the St. Marys Cement Works taken in June, 1914
...Photo of the Portland Cement Factory in St. Marys taken in June, 1914
1914 Photo showing the dam possibly at Victoria Mill located on the Thames River just south of St. Marys. Condition: Copy is very good.