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  • Queen Street Looking East
        "Queen Street looking East, St. Mary's, Ont."
      "Queen Street looking East, St. Mary's, Ont."
  • Queen Street looking west, ca. 1900
        Photo of Queen Street looking west from about King Street down towards the downtown core. The Town Hall can be seen on the right with all the old frame buildings nearby. The bowling lanes (now the Salvation Army Citadel) seen at the left. A sign saying "HYDRO" can be seen ...
      Photo of Queen Street looking west from about King Street down towards ...
  • Bank of Montreal
        Photo of the Bank of Montreal building located on the southeast corner of Queen and Wellington Streets. A few men can be seen standing in front of the building. This photo was found in a St. Marys supplement from The Toronto Mail (July 16, 1892).
      Photo of the Bank of Montreal building located on the southeast corner ...
  • Tommy Farr, Frank Smith and David Farr
        Photo of three men posed together downtown St. Marys. They are identified as (from left to right): Tommy Farr, Frank Smith and David Farr.
      Photo of three men posed together downtown St. Marys. They are identified ...
  • Queen Street looking west, 1865
        Queen St., looking west from above Church St 1865; A. Beattie's Store
      Queen St., looking west from above Church St 1865; A. Beattie's Store
  • View of down town as seen from Presbyterian spire, ca. 1910
        Aerial view of Downtown St. Marys as seen from the Presbyterian Church spire, ca. 1910. The Town Hall, the Library, an old mill, the Knox Presbyterian Church, Baptist Church, Anglican Church and Methodist (United) Church can all be seen as well.
      Aerial view of Downtown St. Marys as seen from the Presbyterian Church ...
  • Bird's Eye View of St. Marys
        Bird's Eye View, St. Mary's, Ont.
      Bird's Eye View, St. Mary's, Ont.
  • Parade, July 12th in St. Marys, 1917
        "Intersection of Queen & Church Sts., looking east, showing town hall" NOTE: The inscription also identifies the marchers as Masons. But since the photo is dated July 12, they are almost certainly Orangemen.
      "Intersection of Queen & Church Sts., looking east, showing town hall" NOTE: ...
  • Queen Street looking west
        Queen St. looking West, St. Marys, Ont.
      Queen St. looking West, St. Marys, Ont.
  • Sign outside of Jack's Fruit Store at 122 Queen Street East
        Jack's - - Fruit Store
      Jack's - - Fruit Store
  • Queen Street Looking East, 1898
        "Queen St. St. Marys, Looking East from Victoria Bridge."
      "Queen St. St. Marys, Looking East from Victoria Bridge."
  • Queen Street Looking West
        This photo provides a view of Queen Street looking West in downtown St. Marys. The image shows several stores that were located in the business district at the time the photograph was taken, mid to late 19th century. One visible store is the A. Beattie Grocers in the foreground on ...
      This photo provides a view of Queen Street looking West in downtown ...
  • Flood of 1937, Looking West on Queen Street
        A photo taken during the flood of 1937. The image gives a view of Queen Street looking West. The water has completely filled the street and has risen up to the level of several of the businesses downtown.
      A photo taken during the flood of 1937. The image gives a ...
  • Queen Street looking west
        Photo of Queen Street East looking west from Church Street. There are groups of people in front of what is now William J. Galloway's Law Office with another woman walking across the street. A horse and carriage can be seen a bit down the street with Andrew's building (Anstett's currently) ...
      Photo of Queen Street East looking west from Church Street. There are ...
  • Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church, 1984
        Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church. Cars can be seen parked on the street and a few of the businesses' signs can be seen (such as J.B. Tudor, Ray Bennett, Mike's Barbershop, etc.). A sign saying "Museum" pointing south down Church Street can ...
      Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and ...
  • Chalmers Hardware Store, ca. 1885
        Photo of Chalmer's Hardware Store which was located on the northwest corner of Queen and Water Street. The building is located at 91 Queen Street East, which currently houses McPherson Arts and Crafts. This photo was taken in 1884 after a redesign of the building.
      Photo of Chalmer's Hardware Store which was located on the northwest corner ...
  • M&M Store and the Royal Edward Hotel, 1984
        Photo showing the M&M Store (corner building) and the Royal Edward Hotel (building on the left) as they appeared in 1984. At this time the Victoria bridge was being repaired so a sign can be seen saying that the bridge is out.
      Photo showing the M&M Store (corner building) and the Royal Edward Hotel ...
  • St. Marys Journal Argus - 142 Queen Street East
        Photo of the St. Marys Journal Argus taken in 1984. Ads for various businesses and garage sales (et cetera) can be seen posted to the windows. 142 Queen Street East is now the location of The Chocolate Factory.
      Photo of the St. Marys Journal Argus taken in 1984. Ads for ...
  • Queen Street looking west from the corner of Queen and Church Streets, 1984
        Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the southeast corner of Queen and Church Streets. The Toronto Dominion Bank (now TD Canada Trust) can be seen on the northwest corner (its entrance is now located on Church Street, whereas in this photo it is on Queen Street).
      Photo showing Queen Street looking west from the southeast corner of Queen ...
  • Queen Street looking east from the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets, 1984
        Photo showing Queen Street looking east from the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets. On the north side of the street we can see (from left to right) Marty's Men's and Ladies' Shop, Pro Hardware, Simpson-Sears, A&N Store, Claude Electrics, Victoria and Grey (on northwest corner of Queen and ...
      Photo showing Queen Street looking east from the southeast corner of Queen ...
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