Postmarked Nov 2, 1911 Postcard view of the London railway bridge (still in use today). The Thames river can be seen in the foreground, with a hut being seen off to the right side. "London Bridge, St. Mary's, Canada"
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"
Postcard view of the river as it bends towards the railway viaduct. "The Bend in the River, St. Marys, Ont."
Postmarked Aug 21, 1911 Postcard view of the Thames River and the area once known as "Rice Lake" (area around Milt Dunnell field - AKA "The Flats").
Shows the "Little Falls" and in the background the Grand Trunk trail viaduct can also be seen. "River Thames and Rice Lake, St. Mary's, Ont."
Postcard view of the Thames River at St. Marys and the lake formed by the mill dam, built across the river in 1908. Grand Trunk Trail Railway viaduct on the Sarnia line in background. View of North Ward of St. Marys. Condition: worn and scratched "Rice Lake, St. Mary's, Ont., Canada"
Postmarked Aug 16, 19__ Postcard view of Victoria (Queen Street) bridge as it appeared at the time. "Victoria Bridge, St. Marys, Ont."
Postcard view of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge in St. Marys as it appeared at the time. In front, 2 girls wearing dresses and hats can be seen standing on blocks of limestone. "Victoria Bridge / St. Marys, Ont."
Postmarked July __, 1909 Postcard view of "The Race" (water flow used for the mills), and in the background the Sarnia railway bridge (still in use) is visible.
Four men in a boat are visible, a couple of them tipping their hat to the photographer. This photo was taken by Milton Reesor and is available in the Reesor...
Postmarked April 29, 1920 Postcard view of 2 men (one dressed in a suit jacket and hat, the other wearing a shirt, suspenders and a hat) fishing in the Thames River.
A fallen tree can be seen in the background. "A Favorite Fishing Spot,
River Thames, St. Marys, Ont."
Postmarked Aug 2, 1906 Postcard view of the Thames River as it bends around. Photo taken by Milton Reesor, a young St. Marys photographer, ca. 1900. Printed and colourized to sell in the bookstore belonging to his father, L.H. Reesor. "The Bend, River Thames / St. Mary's, Ont."
"Published for L.H. Reesor, St....
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....
Postmarked Aug 6, 1914 Postcard view (colourized) of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge in St. Marys. Running under the bridge (very quickly in this specific photo) is the Thames River.
Downtown can be seen further in the background. "River Thames & Victoria Bridge; / St. Mary's Ont"
Postmarked March 31, 1910 Postcard view of the are just above the "Little Falls" and Milt Dunnell Field ("The Flats"). At the time, this was locally known as "Rice Lake" after Henry Lincoln Rice, a mill owner. "Rice Lake From Royal Edward Hotel, St. Marys, Canada."
Postmark year 1907 Postcard view of McKay's Mill and the Thames River. "Mc Kays Mill and River Thames, St. Marys, Ont."
Postmark year 1912 Postcard view of the Boat House over in the Thames.
This building no longer exists. "The Boat House, St. Mary's, Canada"
Postmarked October 24, 1907 Postcard view of the Victoria (Queen Street) bridge as viewed from the west side. "Victoria Bridge, St. Marys, Ont."
Postmark year 1914 Postcard view of the River Thames at a point called "Willow Crescent". "Willow Crescent, River Thames / St. Marys"
"Published for Geo. J. Vanston, Jeweller, St. Marys, Ont."
Postcard view of the bend in the Thames River and the scenery surrounding it. "The Bend, River Thames / St. Marys, Ont."
Postmarked November 15, 1923 Postcard view of the Thames River up near Emily Street in St. Marys, Ontario. "Thames River, St. Mary's, Ont."
"View of St. Marys from Southwest looking up Thames River from hill on Bonis farm."
Condition: photo is yellowed; matte has been cut-off at the left side