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.
July, 1901 Photo showing a parade along Queen Street East heading west down the street. In view are the paraders as well as people lining the streets. Visible and easily identifiable buildings include the Town Hall and the Andrews' Jewelery building. Far off in the distance the Water Tower can also be...
July, 1901 Exterior view of the second Knox Presbyterian Church taken around 1901. Knox Presbyterian Church buildings were once located at 66 Church Street South where Knox Apartments is now located.
This specific building was destroyed by fire in 1905 and rebuilt a third and final time (as the first...
July, 1901 Photo of the First Presbyterian Church located at 147 Widder Street. The photo shows a bit of the stone retaining wall in front of the church as well as the tree-lined street. Condition: Good - though cyan is very deep in places. Album pages are warped. Wrongly identified as "the Anglican...
Photo of the Thames River at the bend. This view is obtained by looking north from the Sarnia bridge. Condition: Fair - kind of hazy looking. Album is warped. The River Thames (St. Marys)
near grandma's house
1901 Photo of a young boy standing on a platford wearing a pair of shorts held up with suspenders. He is smiling and looking up with hands on hips.
The photo resembles a photosculpture wherein the subject of the photo is made to appear like a sculpture. Condition: Fair - fairly hazy looking and...
Photo showing the Church Street bridge ("that Leon Clench designed") with the Wool-Carding Mill in the background and canoes passing under the bridge. Condition: Good - but slight haze. Album pages are warped.
Photo of the Methodist Church (now the St. Marys United Church) as it appeared in 1901.
The photo shows the spire on top of the tower (not replaced after being damaged by lightning). It also shows many young trees on the property and across the street. Condition: Good though a little hazy. ...
Photo of the old water tower located on the corner of James and Queen Streets. Condition: Okay. Stained and slightly hazy. Album pages are warped. "Grandfather's Water Tower"
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