Coloured-in postcard view of the Victoria bridge (seen from afar), with the river in the foreground. The St. Marys Opera House, the milland even the Miller's house can be seen in the background. "Victoria Bridge/St. Marys/Ont."
Postmarked Dec 2, 1905 View of the Queen Street (Victoria) bridge (seen in background). In the foreground one can see the Thames River, and further back the Opera House, the mill and the miller's house are all visible.
See 003pc-OA for same postcard view (but colourized). "Victoria Bridge"
Postmarked Nov 7, 1907 Postcard view of McKay's Mill, and in the foreground a wrought iron bridge on stone supports. "Mc Kays Mill and Bridge, St. Marys, Ont."
Postmarked March 27, 1924 Postcard view of the Thames River, Victoria (Queen Street) bridge and the C.P.R. terminal.
A railway line used to exist next to the river which carried product from the mills to their destinations. This line has since been removed and it is now the Riverview Walkway. "Victoria Bridge and C.P.R....
Postmark year 1907 Postcard view of McKay's Mill and the Thames River. "Mc Kays Mill and River Thames, St. Marys, Ont."
Postmark Apr 24, 1908 Postcard view of the Mill Race in St. Marys, Ontario.
Milling once was a huge industry in St. Marys with the mills making use of the Thames River as a huge water power source. "Mill Race, St. Marys, Ont."
1884 One side of a stereoview of the Thames River, Victoria Bridge and the Mill as well as the Miller's house.
Condition. Copy is in excellent condition. Victoria Bridge and mill 1884
Photo of the Victoria (Queen Street) Bridge. The Opera House and the Mill can be seen in the background. Condition: Okay. Loss of detail evident; slightly worn with some uneven tone.
Postmarked April 12, 1900 Postcard view of the Thames River, with the Victoria (Queen Street) Bridge in the background as well as the Carter Milling Company (and the Opera House just off to the side).
It is noted in our index, that this is the same view that was used in the G. Carter Son & Co. letterhead. Condition: ...
1868 Photo of the "Plan of the McIntosh Mill Property" in St. Marys.
(Photo was taken in order to make a copy of the original, then a contact print was made from the negative. Negative is on file).
Shows lot numbers within Thames Avenue, Victoria Street, Water Street and St. Maria Street....
Copy of a postcard view of McKay's Mill (Glengowan Mill) and the Thames River. Condition: Copy is very good. Mc Kays Mill and River Thames, St. Marys, Ont.
1865 Photo of Queen Street looking east just over the west side of the Victoria bridge. Some men are standing on the west side with a horse drawn carriage crossing over the bridge as well as a person walking. The Box residence can be seen in the background (on the right) and the mill can be seen on...
1883 Photo of George Carter, a St. Marys businessman and mill owner. He ran the Carter milling company and became quite profitable building large homes for his children in the East side of St. Marys (see 67 Peel Street South, 236 Jones Street East and 223 Jones Street East) as well as his own home 224...
Dated in letter, 1906 Tinted postcard view of the Thames River, the Victoria bridge (Queen Street bridge) and of the old mill and back of the Opera House. Condition: Fair. Strange colouring (got wet?). Handle carefully. Victoria Bridge, St. Marys
Dear Friend -
I got your letter and I want to know what...
Photo of the Thames River with the back of the Opera House, the old Mill and the Victoria bridge all seen far in the background. Condition: Poor. Very hard to see image. Rips, tears and very worn. Appears to have been cut out of an album.
Photo of the Cruttenden and Nichol flour mill located on the Thames River just south of St. Marys (approximately where the Cement Company conveyor crosses the river today). Was located on the east side of the Thames River. Condition: Copy is excellent.
Photo of the old quarrying operation at the St. Marys Cement Plant. A mill and silo can be see with a track going up into the mill. Condition: Good - little yellowed.
Photo of the old quarrying operations at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The silos as well as tracks going into the mills can be seen. Condition: Okay. Bent/creased and yellowed.
Photo of the Thames River, Victoria Bridge, the mill and the Opera House. Condition: Copy is good.
1860 Photo of the mill that used to be located on Queen Street East just before the Victoria bridge (on the east side of the bridge). The miller's house can also be seen in the background.
This is the site of Thomas Ingersoll's 1843 grist mill.
See "Early St. Marys" by L.W. Wilson and L.R. Pfaff...