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Geographic Location: St. Marys
Postcard view of St. James Anglican Church located on Church Street near downtown St. Marys.
This view shows all three parts of the building, which means the view was created in 1908 or later.
The original church (the middle section of the church overall now), was built in 1858 with the tower...
...Photo of a stone brick house that still exists on 181 Thomas Street in St. Marys. This photo taken in 1919
shows the original shutters, wooden fence and gateposts.
It was built in 1863 by stonemason Alexander Grant to serve as his own home.
This home was designated in 1988.
ca. 1919 Photo of the remains of a dam (Cruttenden/Nicol/Near/Matheson dam). The wall can be seen with plants and grass growing all on it and plenty of trees in the background. Condition: Copy is very good.
...Photo of St. Marys as seen from an airplane taken in 1919
. The railway track can be seen in behind the Opera House with plenty of houses, trees and buildings also visible....
"W.A. Clarke Hardware Store," St. Marys Journal Argus This photo was taken and printed for the St. Marys Journal Argus and shows the front of W.A. Clarke Hardware Store at 154 Queen Street East. The building is still in use today and is now home to Dunny's Source for Sports. Photo is in excellent condition.
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