...Photo of Archie Skinner who was the Mayor of St. Marys in 1948
Here he is pictures wearing a suit and designed tie. He has a trimmed mustache and hair slicked back....
1948 Photo of students from St. Marys Collegiate boarding their buses (down near Milt Dunnell field). Condition: Fair. Yellowed/browned and very worn with bubbles and tears all over.
1948 Photo of a group of buses all parked with students lining up to get onto the buses. Condition: Okay. Yellowed/browned and a little worn but very clear.
Photo of Alice Ready Laidlaw. She is pictured posed looking just above the camera wearing a silk-looking dress and with her hair pulled away from her face. The photo has been coloured in with a blue background, a green dress, brown hair, reddish lips and just a hint of pink in her skin.
Photo of Harry Ruppel. He is pictured here with a mustache, his hair slicked back while smiling and looking just to the side of the camera. Condition: Very good. Image looks excellent.
...The old mill once located near the Church Street Bridge. Now the site of the Old Mill Apartments, 41 Church Street North.
This is how the site looked in 1948
1948 This photo shows the Army and Navy Veterans Club located at 23 Wellington Street North. The club is still located there today but in a new building. Photo is in good condition.
...Portrait of Archie Skinner, mayor of St. Marys 1948
-9, wearing a suit and tie....
...This photo features the St. Marys Blue Devils basketball team. The photo was taken between 1948
and 1949. The players are posing with their "Blue Devils" jerseys for the group photo....
...This photograph features the St. Marys Blue Devils basketball team. The photo was taken during the team's 1948
/1949 season. The players are posing in their "Blue Devils" jerseys....
This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This image is of North Ward. On top of the hill both the Catholic and Presbyterian Churches can be seen. Also note that in the bottom left corner of the image part of Trout Creek can be seen along side James Street....
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