Photo of seven woman all dressed up in old-fashioned clothing (some dressed in men clothing, some in women). Behind them the St. Marys & District Museum sign can be seen.
The women are:
Eleanor Alberts, Flossie Sgarigilia, Mrs. L.A. Ball, Mrs. Joan Near, Mrs. Edna Fulcher
...Photo of Helen Wilson who was the Mayor of St. Marys in 1963 and 1964
. She is posed with her hands in her lap with baby's breath on her collar and wearing a very stylish hat.
Helen Wilson lived at Ardmore Park (186 Salina Street South) with her husband Alexis George Wilson (d. 1962). She lived...
...Photo of William Somerville who was the Mayor of St. Marys in 1964
He is pictured here with his arm leaning on a chair (and his other hand resting on the arm), looking off to the side. He is wearing very 1960-style glasses, with his wavy hair slicked to the side....
...Group of 11 employees of the Public Utilities Commission in St. Marys in 1964
The people are identified as (left to right):
Front row - Vera Weston, H. Dickinson, M. McNaughton, W. Scheuerman
Back Row - J. Haney, R. Blanchard, Ray Fowler, W. Osgerby, W. Stinson, F. White, Gerald Near...
...Photo of P.U.C. employees taken in June, 1964
They are identified as (left to right):
Back row - Spike Haney, Roy Blanchard, Ray Fowler, Bill Osgerby, Bill Stinson, Fairburn White, Gerry Near
Front row - Vera Weston, Hub Dickinson, Marion Mitchell, Bill Scheuerman...
Aerial photograph of construction of the Wildwood Dam, prior to the filling of the reservoir. Condition: Excellent
1964 A view of the St. Marys Town Hall, the photo was taken looking from the South East corner of Church and Queen Street. This is one of four images in the set, all show the town hall with slightly different perspectives. In very good condition, if slightly dark.
1964 View of the Town Hall, the image was taken from South West corner of Church and Queen Street looking to the corner of Town Hall. The Toronto Dominion Bank sign is just visible in the upper left hand corner. This photo is one of four images in a set, all showing the Town Hall from different...
1964 View of the Town Hall taken from the South East corner of Church and Queen Street looking at the corner of the building. The image is one of four in a set which show the town hall from different perspectives. Photo is in good condition but is slightly dark.
1964 View of the Town Hall from Queen Street looking towards the corner of the building. This is one of four photos in a set, all showing the Town Hall from different perspectives. Photo is in good condition, if slightly dark.
... to the community until its closure in 1964
This image shows the store front of the St. Marys Home Hardware, likely around the time of its opening. There are three unidentified people standing outside of the building, two of who appear to be wearing uniform shirts. Today this store front is home to Dunny's Source for Sports. Photo is in...