Picture St. Marys
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Subject:  Streets  Geographic Location:  St. Marys   Sort by:  Relevance
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Church Street, St. Marys 
Image  Postmarked July 3, 1914  Postcard view of part of Church Street South. In the view is the old Central School building (on the corner of Church Street South and Elizabeth Street), and the stone wall at Athol Brae (147 Church Street South). Church Street South has a changed a lot with the Central school being rebuilt in...
In the North Ward 
Image    Postcard view of the North Ward of St. Marys, Ontario. Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church can be seen on the right, and the First Presbyterian Church can be seen far to the left. The Maxwell family's homes can also be seen (the red brick ones) up by the Presbyterian church as well. The...
J.H. Carter's Residence 
Image    Photo of J.H. Carter's residence located at 67 Peel Street South in St. Marys. Snow is on the ground and the fence can be seen around the home which really dominates the street with barely any homes on the street. Condition: Okay. Image is not perfect. Loss of detail and yellowing.
Widder Street 
ImageComments:  Postmarked 1913  Postcard view of Widder Street, St. Marys. The photo shows the street is lined with trees with a few houses only slightly visible. Condition: Fair. Glass shows imperfections. Browned & dirty. Original photo likely wasn't very god to begine with. Back has dirt and fingerprints. Toronto, Jan....
Paving of Queen Street, 1920s 
ImageMysteries:  1920s  Photo of a man and a woman standing in front of a pavement flattening machine. This photo would have been taken in the 1920s when Queen Street was first paved. Condition: Copy is good.
Church Street looking south 
Image    Copy of a photo of a horse pulling a carriage with a man and woman aboard. The view is Church Street, looking south with the United Church's steeple just in view (the steeple no longer exists on the church). Condition: Not a good reproduction but the paper is in good condition.
In the North Ward 
Image  Postmarked December 19, 1901  Postcard view of the North Ward of St. Marys, Ontario. Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church can be seen on the right, and the First Presbyterian Church can be seen far to the left. The Maxwell family's homes can also be seen (the red brick ones) up by the Presbyterian church as well. The...
67 Peel Street South 
Image  ca. 1890  Photo of James H. Carter's residence located at 67 Peel Street South in St. Marys. This view shows the fence surrounding the property. Condition: Copy is good.
J.H. Carter's Residence 
Image  ca. 1905  Photo of a couple sitting in a horse-drawn cutter in front of James H. Carter's residence located at 67 Peel Street South in St. Marys. Snow is on the ground, and the couple has a fur blanket on their legs to keep them warm. Condition: Copy is good.
67 Peel Street South 
Image  ca. 1890  Photo of James H. Carter's residence located at 67 Peel Street South in St. Marys which was build in 1883. This view shows the fence surrounding the property. Condition: Copy is very good.
View of North Ward 
Image    View of the North Ward of St. Marys, Ontario. Holy Name of Mary Roman Catholic Church can be seen on the right, and the First Presbyterian Church can be seen far to the left. Compared to older postcard views that are very similar, the area appears more built-up with lots of full trees...
Queen Street West of King 
Image  1955  This image shows the view looking down Queen Street from just west of King Street. Some houses are visible as well as the town hall and a garage located where Tim Horton's is today. Photo is in very good condition.
St. Andrew Street Looking North 
Image    A view of St. Andrew Street looking north. The houses from 56 St. Andrew Street S. northward to Queen Street are visible in the photo. The exterior of these five houses remain almost unchanged to this day. Milton Reesor, a local photographer, took this photo likely sometime between 1898 and 1905....
Looking North on Church Street 
Image    A photo taken by local photographer Milton Reesor which gives a view down the hill of Church Street, across the bridge and up the hill of Church Street North. Reesor appears to have been standing at the corner of Church Street South and Elgin Street. The pipe fence once surrounding the Anglican...
View on Widder Street 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. This is a photo of Widder Street facing east. The photo was taken on Widder Street just before the intersection of Widder and Church Street. There are many trees that line the street. Today only some of these trees still...
View on Church Street 
Image    This image is one in a series of postcards from the Reg Near collection. A photo of Church Street facing North. The photo was taken on Church street in front of the St. Marys Museum. On the right side of the photo runs a limestone wall along the sidewalk and property lines. In the trees and up...

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