August 1917 Photo of three women and a child standing outside in a garden.
The people have been identified as such:
Isabelle Irving (right), Katherine Eleanor Fletcher Irving (middle), Nancy _________ (child), Phyllis Fletcher Condition: Fair to good. Bent on left bottom corner; marks on surface of image...
...Photo of the Maxwell Band (likely taken around 1917
). Maxwell was a manufacturer in town that employed many St. Marys residents until its closure.
This photo shows the band members all holding onto their instruments and in their band uniforms.
Top row - second from left...
1917 Photo showing the Flats (now Milt Dunnell Field) with Chautauqua tents. The Presbyterian and Catholic Churches can be seen in the background on the hill.
Click on the link at the side to read more about the Chautauqua movement. Condition: Copy is very good.
1917 Photo of Queen Street East looking east from from Wellington Street towards Church Street.
A few businesses can be seen in the photo including the St. Marys Journal, Molson's Bank, Grand Central Hotel, John M. Adam Hardware store, W.R. Butcher groceries and Andrew's Jewelers. Condition: Copy is...
July 12, 1917
...Members of the Loyal Orange Lodge parade on Queen Street, July 12, 1917
. The photograph was taken from a rooftop on the south side of Queen Street, looking eastward toward Church Street. Dickson's store on the northwest corner of Queen and Church, the Town Hall and the buildings to the east along...
This photo is a portrait of the Rice family, standing in front of their home located at 224 Jones Street East. This photo was likely taken sometime after the Rice family came to own the property in 1915. The house was originally built for George Carter, the founder of Carter Milling Co. The Rice...
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