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  • The Falls in February, 1930
        This is a photo of the falls in St. Marys from February, 1930. High water levels carry large chunks of ice.
      This is a photo of the falls in St. Marys from February, ...
  • Dam in Winter - Lots of Ice
        This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River on a very icy winter day. This dam, which is the same as our present dam, was constructed from stone and concrete in a six-week period in 1908 by the George Carter Company. The dam created ...
      This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the ...
  • After a Flood, 1977
        This is a photograph of The Flats (Milt Dunnell Field) on the Sunday after a flood. On the back of the photo, an inscription says "Sunday's weather contrasted with last week's flood."
      This is a photograph of The Flats (Milt Dunnell Field) on the ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
        This photo depicts a man cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
      This photo depicts a man cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
        This photo depicts an ice cutting machine above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
      This photo depicts an ice cutting machine above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
        This photo depicts two men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
      This photo depicts two men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
        This photo depicts three men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food storage.
      This photo depicts three men cutting ice above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
        This photo depicts two men collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food ...
      This photo depicts two men collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in ...
  • Cutting Ice Above Goldie's Dam
        This photo depicts some workers collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in Guelph, Ontario in January 1919. Before mechanical refrigerators, cutting ice was a common winter chore. Ice would be stored in an insulated ice house until warmer weather arrived, when it would be sold and used for cold food ...
      This photo depicts some workers collecting ice blocks above Goldie's Mill in ...
  • Sleet Storm, 1922
        This photo depicts downtown St. Marys in a sleet storm in 1922. There are no cars on the road, but many people can be seen walking. There are many wires hanging over the street. Today, there are no wires above the street in downtown St. Marys because they have been ...
      This photo depicts downtown St. Marys in a sleet storm in 1922. ...
  • Sleet Storm, 1922
        This photo depicts the old Opera House in a sleet storm in 1922. The Opera House was built in 1880 by the St. Marys Lodge of the Independent order of Oddfellows, but the Oddfellows had to sell the building in 1904. In 1919, the entire block was converted into a ...
      This photo depicts the old Opera House in a sleet storm in ...
  • Fairbairn White
        Fairbairn White Thick ice he is standing on
      Fairbairn White Thick ice he is standing on
  • Water Street Bridge in Winter; Ice and People on Water
        This photo shows the Parkview Creamery on the left and the Water Street Bridge on the right. In the background, you can see the spire of the Presbyterian Church. When this photo was taken, the creamery would have been under ownership of T. J. Stillman. The creamery is now O'Leary's ...
      This photo shows the Parkview Creamery on the left and the Water ...
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