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  • "Writer recalls January thaw in B.C. caused by Chinook winds", Eat at Our House, 25 January 1995
    ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, St. Marys Journal Argus, 25 Jan 1995     An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Writer recalls January thaw in B.C. caused by Chinook winds". Eedy reminisces about winters in British Columbia where she grew up. She writes about the Chinook winds which brought early thaw in January and offers suggestions for maintaining mental health during ...
    ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, St. Marys Journal Argus, 25 Jan 1995   An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Writer recalls January thaw in B.C. caused by Chinook winds". Eedy reminisces about winters in British Columbia where she grew up. ...
  • Tree Lined Sidewalk in Winter
    Image       This photo shows a sidewalk lined with trees in winter. There are many footprints in the snow.
    Image     This photo shows a sidewalk lined with trees in winter. There are many footprints in the snow.
  • "Wish for a real old-fashioned snow storm comes true" Eat at Our House, 22 January 1992
    ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, St. Marys Journal Argus, 22 Jan 1992     An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Wish for a real old-fashioned snow storm comes true". Eedy discusses the mild winter that year and the unexpected snowstorm that hit St. Marys and area. She also describes her conversation with a furnace repairman who visited her house and told ...
    ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, St. Marys Journal Argus, 22 Jan 1992   An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Wish for a real old-fashioned snow storm comes true". Eedy discusses the mild winter that year and the unexpected snowstorm that ...
  • "Memories of winter fun", Eat at Our House, c. 1993
    ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, St. Marys Journal Argus     An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Memories of winter fun". Eedy writes about her memories of winter activities she took part in as a child such as skating, hockey games and winter bonfires. She also remembers her family dog "Mickey" pulling her and her siblings on a ...
    ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, St. Marys Journal Argus   An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Memories of winter fun". Eedy writes about her memories of winter activities she took part in as a child such as ...
  • Grace Community Church in the winter, 1990s
    Image       Photo of the Grace Community Church located at 16 Hillside Court taken in the winter time.
    Image     Photo of the Grace Community Church located at 16 Hillside Court taken in the winter time.
  • 121 Carrall Street
    Image       Side view of 121 Carrall Street taken from the west of the house before the front veranda was removed in 1914. This house was built in 1867 by Daniel McAinsh. See the other available photos at the side for how the house looked in 2004.
    Image     Side view of 121 Carrall Street taken from the west of the house before the front veranda was removed in 1914. This house was built in 1867 by Daniel McAinsh. ...
  • Ingersoll House in Winter, ca. 1960
    Image       A view of the Ingersoll House (105 Queen Street West) in winter, ca. 1960.
    Image     A view of the Ingersoll House (105 Queen Street West) in winter, ca. 1960.
  • Ercildoune in Winter
    Image       236 Jones Street East (Ercildoune/ the old Sparks home). This view is taken in winter from the north east corner of King and Jones Streets.
    Image     236 Jones Street East (Ercildoune/ the old Sparks home). This view is taken in winter from the north east corner of King and Jones Streets.
  • Looking Down Jones Street
    Image       This photo shows a view looking West towards downtown St. Marys from Jones Street. In the background, you can see the Opera House with with the mill behind it. At the time this photo was taken (early 1920s) the whole block, including the Opera House, would have already been converted ...
    Image     This photo shows a view looking West towards downtown St. Marys from Jones Street. In the background, you can see the Opera House with with the mill behind it. At ...
  • Cafe/Pocket Billiards in Craft Store
    Image       This photograph shows the building that is now MacPherson Arts & Crafts. In this photo, part of the space that is now the craft store is occupied by Pocket & Billiards, and the other half is occupied by a cafe. This building is one of the oldest limestone buildings in ...
    Image     This photograph shows the building that is now MacPherson Arts & Crafts. In this photo, part of the space that is now the craft store is occupied by Pocket & ...
  • Cafe/Pocket Billiards in Craft Store
    Image       This photograph shows the building that is now MacPherson Arts & Crafts. In this photo, part of the space that is now the craft store is occupied by Pocket & Billiards, and the other half is occupied by a cafe. This building is one of the oldest limestone buildings in ...
    Image     This photograph shows the building that is now MacPherson Arts & Crafts. In this photo, part of the space that is now the craft store is occupied by Pocket & ...
  • Cenotaph in Winter
    Image       This photo depicts the cenotaph in front of the Town Hall in winter just after its construction. The cenotaph was unveiled on November 7, 1921, three years after armistice of 1918 (the end of fighting in world war one). 65 names of soldiers who died during world war one in ...
    Image     This photo depicts the cenotaph in front of the Town Hall in winter just after its construction. The cenotaph was unveiled on November 7, 1921, three years after armistice of ...
  • Looking Down Queen Street Towards Town Hall in Winter
    Image       This photo shows a view of Queen Street looking west from where Tim Hortons is now, towards Town Hall in the winter. The St. Marys Town Hall was built in 1891 after the previous town hall that stood on the same site burned down. Next to the Town Hall is ...
    Image     This photo shows a view of Queen Street looking west from where Tim Hortons is now, towards Town Hall in the winter. The St. Marys Town Hall was built in ...
  • View of London Bridge in Winter
    Image       This photo shows the London Bridge over trout creek in winter. It is taken from just behind the Grand Trunk Railway station that is now a VIA Rail station. The London Bridge opened for traffic in 1858, a year after Grand Trunk Railway announced plans to open a railway line ...
    Image     This photo shows the London Bridge over trout creek in winter. It is taken from just behind the Grand Trunk Railway station that is now a VIA Rail station. The ...
  • Street at Winter
    Image       This photograph shows a view looking North down James Street North and across Trout Creek. There are three houses pictured on the street. Across the creek, you can see the spires of the Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church and the Presbyterian Church.
    Image     This photograph shows a view looking North down James Street North and across Trout Creek. There are three houses pictured on the street. Across the creek, you can see the ...
  • Dam in Winter
    Image       This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River. 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 a mill pond so large it ...
    Image     This photo shows a view looking west from the dam on the Thames River. This dam, which is the same as our present dam, was constructed from stone and concrete ...
  • After a Big Snowstorm, 1975
    Imagemysterycomment       This is a photograph of a man standing in his backyard after a big snowstorm. There is a house in the background.
    Imagemysterycomment     This is a photograph of a man standing in his backyard after a big snowstorm. There is a house in the background.
  • Standing by the Thames in Winter
    Image       This is a photograph of a group of people looking across the Thames River towards the west end of St. Marys. The photograph was likely taken in winter or early spring because there are many chunks of ice on the river. Across the river you can see some of the ...
    Image     This is a photograph of a group of people looking across the Thames River towards the west end of St. Marys. The photograph was likely taken in winter or early ...
  • Glengowan
    Image       "GLENGOWAN"
    Image     "GLENGOWAN"
  • House in Winter
    Imagemystery       This is a photograph of an unidentified house in winter. The house is (or was) probably located in the St. Marys area, but its location is unknown.
    Imagemystery     This is a photograph of an unidentified house in winter. The house is (or was) probably located in the St. Marys area, but its location is unknown.
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