...Photo of C.E. Richardson, who was the Mayor of St. Marys in 1924
He is pictured here with his hair parted to the side wearing a jacket, vest, tie and a shirt with a very stiff high collar....
1923-24 Panoramic photo of the students and teachers of St. Marys Collegiate Institute in 1923-24.
They are outside standing or sitting in many rows. There are 4 copies of this photo under the identifying number 0813ph.
Copy 1 - Fair. Best of all, but bends in the photo.
Copy 2 - Poor. ...
1920s Photo of a man and a woman standing in front of a pavement flattening machine. This photo would have been taken in the 1920s when Queen Street was first paved. Condition: Copy is good.
June 3, 1924
...Photo of Jack (Attilio) and Flossie (Florence) Sgariglia on their wedding day (June 3, 1924
They are pictured with "Flossie" looking directly towards the camera with a bouquet resting on her lap, while Jack is next to her looking just to the side of the camera....
1920s Photo of Queen Street looking east taken from probably the Victoria bridge. A couple of cars can be seen parked near the corner of Queen and Water with some snow seen on the sides of the road and on the awnings of the businesses. The road appears to not have been paved yet. Condition: Excellent...
...Condition: Copy is good.
Information about Regina Riddell from photographer of "Aunt Regina" standing in front of a small frame house, 1924
(The photograph is the property of Alec Riddell, London and these are his notes)
Regina Riddell was the daughter of Hiram and Jane (Cooper) Smith. She...
1924-1925 Photo of a woman sitting beneath a tree. She is identified as Mrs. John Elliott and was taken in Lancaster's backyard (on the corner of 151 Maiden Lane). Taken from the west bank looking east towards St. Marys across The Flats (now Milt Dunnell Field). Condition; Good copy.
Susan Box (nee Brine). This picture was taken later in Mrs. Box's life.
She was the wife of William Box and the daughter of James Brine. condition: very good. "Susan Brine Box/ married to/ William Box."
ca. 1920s Photo of Leon Ford sitting outside on a bench. Various flowers and shrubs are in the foreground. The setting is probably the back garden of the Ford house on Queen Street West. Condition: Okay. Some orange. Very small photo - hard to figure out focus (even though the photographer was likely...
Photo of the interior of the First Presbyterian Church (located at 147 Widder Street). The photo shows the many pews, the organ pipes and the pulpit. The two doors that lead into the room can be seen on either side of the main area. Lights can also be seen hanging down from the ceiling....
This is a class photo taken of Miss Mitchell's class at Central School. The original Central School was torn down in 1914 to make way for the new building, which can be seen in this photo. The building still stands, however it is now being utilized as residential apartments. Condition: Fair to...