Photo of a house in the wintertime.
This house is located on 31 King Street South in St. Marys and was known as the "Maxwell's house" as it was owned by Harold Maxwell and his family.
The home was designated in 1987 as being of architectural value or interest. The reasons are listed below:
Photo of Donald McRae standing out in front of a home. He is holding a snowshoe dressed in winter clothing. Condition: Good. Some surface markings in the gloss of the paper. Donald McRae
Ran tailor on Water Street in part of pricegard
1930s Photo of two oxen pulling some sort of sled down a snowy Water Street South with three boys and a man on board. Condition: Good. Some discolouration. Chris Schuerman's boys on Water St. ca. 1930s & Wilbert White with oxen.
Photo of the St. Marys Town hall decorated at Christmas with lights on the tree. There is snow on the ground, and it appears to be snowing. There is an image of Santa with 2 reindeer at the bottom-right corner. Condition: Image looks great, matting is a little worn and dirty.
ca. 1945 Photo of the Westover Park house taken probably in very early spring. There are tulips in the garden, but the awnings and roof have traces of snow.
At this time (around 1945), a Catholic Seminary occupied the house. Condition: Copy is very good.
Winter 1932 Photo of 43 Thomas Street taken in the winter of 1932. Condition: Copy is excellent. Hardy White House, Thomas Street (originally built early 1850s). Taken winter 1932.
1950s Photo of Widder Street at Peel Street looking east down Widder before the trees were cut down. Photo was likely taken in the 1950s during the winter. Condition: Good. Detail a little hard to see on original but paper is in great shape.
Photo of 165 Queen Street West taken around 1940. The photo shows a winter scene with the house set far back. The photo also shows the original porch that once existed at the front of the house.
See 1513ph for closer view of the old porch. Condition: Copy is good.
Prior to 1938 Photo of Church Street South taken by Robert Harvey sometime prior to 1938.
The photo shows a few homes with snow on the roofs and street. A hydro pole can be seen directly in the centre. Condition: Okay to good. Image looks good, but album corners have left stains on the image. Paper is...
Prior to 1938 Photo of homes, trees and snow as seen from Church Street South. The photo would have been taken sometime prior to 1938. Condition: Good. Album corners are stuck to the corners still.
ca. 1960 Photo of a person shoveling the snow off the sidewalk downtown St. Marys on the south side of Queen Street (between Church and Wellington Streets).
The Town Hall can be seen in the background and a sign for an IDA drugstore can be seen not too far from the shoveler.
This photo shows the now...
1864 Photo showing downtown St. Marys as seen from Ontario Street North. In the middle of the photograph, a horse and carriage driven by Lauriston Cruttenden can be seen. The view looks east from an upstairs window of the Cruttenden's house. Condition: Copy is good - blown up with hope of getting...
May 10, 1907 Photo showing the conservatory and the surrounding gardens at Westover Park. Even though the photo was taken on May 10, 1907, the property and the trees are covered in snow. Condition: Copy is very good.
late 1930s Photo showing people shoveling the sidewalks downtown on Queen Street. Piles of snow can be seen separating the street and the sidewalk with cars seen parked across the street.
The man in the foreground is identified as a Near. Condition: Very good.
1990 Colour photo showing railway tracks on the CPR line near the St. Marys Cement Plant. Condition: Very good.
ca. 1950 Exterior view of the third Knox Presbyterian Church taken around 1950.
The first Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Marys was built in 1879, but was destroyed by fire in 1891, as was its replacement in 1905. By the 1950s the congregation united with the other Presbyterian congregation, and in 1969...
Photo of Church Street South near Elgin Street looking north. Snow can be seen on the sidewalks, roads and grass as well as on the trees. Boys are walking up the hill towards the camera operator. Condition: Copy is very good.
1940 Photo of a squatter's home, that was located on the west side of St. George Street South between the street and the railway tracks. The water tower can be seen in the background as well as the old C.N. overpass over Queen Street. This cottage is probably a remnant of the small houses built to...
1950 The stone house at 52 Ontario Street South was originally built by a member of the Whelihan family but it is most closely associated with the family of Erskine Evans, long-time principal of St. Marys Collegiate Institute. In 2012, the property was owned by his son, William Evans.
The front porch,...