Postmarked June 20, 1948 A postcard view of Jackson's Pharmacy at its former Queen Street East and Water Street South location (now Coffee Culture, formerly Colonial Plates).
People can be seen preparing to cross Queen Street, an automobile is parked on Water Street and signs for the two stores next door are visible: "Del...
1930s Photo of two oxen pulling some sort of sled down a snowy Water Street South with three boys and a man on board. Condition: Good. Some discolouration. Chris Schuerman's boys on Water St. ca. 1930s & Wilbert White with oxen.
1930s Photo of a train that derailed in St. Marys in the 1930s. People can be seen watching the progress of the clean-up by the crew. Condition: Okay. Bent in a corner. Is also very worn and is starting to curl.
1930s Photo of a train that derailed in St. Marys in the 1930s. A crowd can be seen sitting up on the hill watching the crew try and clean-up the mess. Condition: Okay. Fairly worn and slightly curling.
1930s Photo of a crew trying to clean-up after a train derailment. Condition: Okay. Some wear, especially where the album corners once were.
1930s Close-up of one of the freight cars all dumped over after a train derailment. Men are all standing around with others moving about showing they are trying to clean up the mess. Condition: Okay. Slightly curled and worn.
1930s Photo of a train derailment that occurred in the 1930s. Men can be seen standing at the tracks with bags of something in the foreground. Condition: Okay. Slightly curled and worn - especially where album corners were.
Portrait of John G. Lind. He is pictured looking off to the side wearing a suit jacket and tie.
Mr. Lind was one of the founders of St. Marys Cement back in 1912.
Lind was a very giving person and donated Lind Park:
"A passive park in downtown St. Marys just a block south of the Town Hall on...
1933-34 Photo of R.H. Harstone who was the Mayor of St. Marys in 1933-34.
He is pictured here wearing a jacket, vest, tie and striped shirt and is looking off to the side. Condition: Good. Dark and yellowed (almost orange).
1930s Photo of the "Sutherland house" located on Robinson Street taken sometime in the 1930s. Condition: Copy is excellent.
Photo of the St. Marys Bankers' ball team taken in the 1930s. Seven of the men are wearing shirts with a money sign on them ($) with one man wearing a suit and tie. The man in the bottom row centre is holding two crossed baseball bats with a baseball in between (on the ground).
The men are...
Photo of the St. Marys Cement Company Band dressed in their kilts and holding onto their instruments.
One man has been identified as Richard Rule (front row, at the far right end, kneeling). Condition: Okay. Curled, bent and scratched.
Fall 1934 This photograph shows the construction of a retaining wall along Trout Creek. The building in the background is the old curling club and was located where the Hardware Store is today. Some of the workers in the photo were recipients of relief which was an early form of welfare introduced during...