Picture St. Marys
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Year:  1918  Geographic Location:  St. Marys   Sort by:  Relevance
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Isabel Cameron Sparks 
Image    Photo of a young woman wearing a very pretty and decorated dress (lace, bead detailing, bows), and a headband in her hair. She is not quite sitting up straight, and looking off to the side. This woman is Isabel Cameron Sparks, who had lived at Ercildoune (236 Jones Street East, St. Marys) with...
William Andrews Senior 
Image    Photo of William Andrews Sr. He has a light beard and is wearing a suit and tie. William Andrews owned the Andrews jewelery store downtown St. Marys (now Anstett's jewelers). Condition: Copy is in very good condition. Wm. Andrews Sr.; died 1927
William Dale 
Image  1918-19  ...Photo of William Dale, who was the Mayor of St. Marys from 1918 to 1919. He is pictures here with a mustache, an upturned collar and small single-knot tie, and looks as if he is looking off to the side with a slightly worried expression on his face....
Town Hall and Library 
Image    Tinted postcard view of the Town Hall and the Public Library showing the stone wall in front of the library. A car can be seen parked at the side of the town hall. Condition: Good copy though it is curled.
Aeroplane view of St. Marys, ca. 1919 
Image    Aeroplane view of St. Marys ca. 1919. Taken by the Bishop Barker Co. Billy Bishop was the photographer. condition: very good.
160 Maiden Lane, ca. 1918 
ImageComments:  ca. 1918  ... distribution company nearby on Queen Street. The property is still in the family - currently the home of W. H. Graham's grandson, Bill Graham and his family. The children in the 1918 photograph are identified as Johnnie Graham and Eileen Sutherland (White) who was a neighbour. Note that the little boy...
Parade After World War One 
Image    This photograph shows a comic float during the parade that was held to celebrate the end of World War One. The sign on the float reads "Eats a bag of cement each Meal" and appears to hold a fake alligator. The parade took place at the old West Ward Fairgrounds. Photo is in good condition.
Parade After World War One 
Image    This photograph shows a float put together by the McConnell Club for a parade celebrating the end of World War One with a sign reading "Why Bring Home English Brides". The parade took place at the old Fair Grounds in the West Ward. Photo is in very good condition.

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