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"Happy St. Patrick's day from Green Valley", Eat at Our House 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Happy St. Patrick's day from Green Valley", Eat at Our House, St. Marys Journal Argus An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Happy St. Patrick's day from Green Valley". Eedy offers St. Patrick's Day greetings to her readers from her winter home in Arizona. She also tells a humours story about waiting in the sitting room with other patrons at a General Motors...
"An interesting look at the world today", Eat at Our House, 29 September 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "An interesting look at the world today", Eat at Our House, 29 September 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 29 Sept 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "An interesting look at the world today". Eedy writes about being a member of the Inner Wheel and the international presence of the organisation. She also discusses their contributions to the local community including establishing Meals on...
"Back roads of Wellington County", Eat at Our House, 6 October 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Back roads of Wellington County", Eat at Our House, 6 October 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 6 Oct 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Back roads of Wellington County". This article is about Eedy and her husband taking a trip to Elora, Ontario to help their son Lars and his family move to Fergus, Ontario. She also describes a home tour through Belwood, ON and driving the...
481 Water St. S., 1980s 
still image This house was built in the early 1850s by stonemason Alexander McDonald . McDonald 's work can be seen in several buildings and structures in St. Marys including the Junction Station, the London railway viaduct and the Victoria Bridge. McDonald built this house for rental income. It is a stone...
136 Water St. S., 1980s 
still image This limestone Ontario cottage was built in the mid to late 1860s. It is believed to have been built as a residence by James Whitson. Whitson was a stonecutter and mason who would later own a lime making business. He was also active in municipal politics from the 1870s to 1880s. The house...
129 Water St. N., 1980s 
still image This house was built c. 1889-1890 for John Bartlett. Bartlett was a local baker and grocer. He used the house for rental income and never lived in the house himself. The house would later become known as the home of the Harstone family. Leonard Harstone was a lawyer and town clerk. Leonard and...
"Getting through those baseball playoffs", Eat at Our House, 13 October 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Getting through those baseball playoffs", Eat at Our House, 13 October 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 13 Oct 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Getting through those baseball playoffs". Eedy reminisces about playing baseball in school and her dislike of the sport. She states that she is now a fan of the Toronto Blue Jays and enjoys watching baseball. Recipes included in the...
"Six tasty muffin recipes from one easy batter", Eat at Our House, 8 September 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Six tasty muffin recipes from one easy batter", Eat at Our House, 8 September 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 8 Sept 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Six tasty muffin recipes from one easy batter". Eedy writes about stopping in Hot Springs, Arkansas on her way to Arizona and reading the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. She discusses an article written by Richard Allin about a letter his...
"Quick and easy recipes for tasty Ontario mushrooms", Eat at Our House, 1 September 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Quick and easy recipes for tasty Ontario mushrooms", Eat at Our House, 1 September 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 1 Sept 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Quick and easy recipes for tasty Ontario mushrooms". Eedy writes about naming convention for streets in Kamloops, B.C. She also provides suggestions from Foodland Ontario for BBQ grilling mushrooms. This week her recipes focus on using...
"Signs of the end of a wonderful summer", Eat at Our House, 25 August 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Signs of the end of a wonderful summer", Eat at Our House, 25 August 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 25 Aug 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Signs of the end of a wonderful summer". This article is about the end of summer and signs that autumn is arriving. Eedy also discusses the different types of birds found in her backyard and provides tips from the Fresh Flavour Foundation...
"A bat house for the Bottom Line", Eat at Our House, August 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "A bat house for the Bottom Line", Eat at Our House, August 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, Aug 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "A bat house for the Bottom Line". Eedy describes the bat house her son installed on her property. She also discusses the ecological importance of bats. Recipes included in the article: "Kiwi, Melon and Ham Salad", "Pumpkin or Squash...
105 Water St. S., 1980s 
still image This limestone one-storey house was built c. 1863 for Frances Sophia Hill. In later years, post-1940, it would become known as the home of Walter Cull and his family. The house looks much different today than when this photo was taken in the mid-1980s. A restoration project was completed on the...
"Brunch - a perfect summertime meal", Eat at Our House, 4 August 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Brunch - a perfect summertime meal", Eat at Our House, 4 August 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 4 Aug 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Brunch - a perfect summertime meal". In this article, Eedy provides recipe ideas for brunch and gives tips on hosting a summertime brunch. Recipes included in the article: "Ham and Cheese Strata", "Clam Juice Stinger", "Bang-Up Baked...
"Warm wishes helped make 50th anniversary special", Eat at Our House, 11 August 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Warm wishes helped make 50th anniversary special", Eat at Our House, 11 August 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 11 Aug 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Warm wishes helped make 50th anniversary special". Eedy writes about the warm wishes she received from family and friends for she and her husband's 50th wedding anniversary. She also writes about her cousin Evelyn who was visiting from...
"Watching house wrens and eastern bluebirds a thrilling experience", Eat at Our House, 2 June 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Watching house wrens and eastern bluebirds a thrilling experience", Eat at Our House, 2 June 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 2 June 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Watching house wrens and eastern bluebirds a thrilling experience". This article is about the various birds residing in Dorothy Eedy's backyard including house wrens and chickadees. She also discusses the eastern bluebirds spotted in town...
"June is the month for weddings", Eat at Our House, 9 June 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "June is the month for weddings", Eat at Our House, 9 June 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 9 June, 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "June is the month for weddings". Eedy tells a story about running into a wedding party in a restaurant in Texas on her way home from Arizona. She also discusses the upcoming barbecue season. Recipes included in the article: "Grilled Pork...
"Jacques Cartier, St. Marys and the strawberry's history", Eat at Our House, 30 June 1993 
still imagetextDorothy Eedy, "Jacques Cartier, St. Marys and the strawberry's history", Eat at Our House, 30 June 1993, St. Marys Journal Argus, 30 June 1993 An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Jacques Cartier, St. Marys and the strawberry's history". In this article Eedy describes the history of the strawberry and its growing regions. She also writes on the medicinal value of strawberries and their use in the past. The recipes...
6 Water St. S., 1980s 
still image This building is located on the southwest corner of Queen and Water Street in downtown St. Marys. Note part of the Great Star Flour Mill structure and sign visible behind the building and the Opera House to the south. The building was constructed of local limestone in 1863 for William V. Hutton....
91 Queen St. E., 1980s 
still image This limestone building is located at 91 Queen Street East in downtown St. Marys. It was built in 1854 for William V. Hutton, an early mayor of St. Marys. The architect who constructed the building was Lauriston Cruttenden; he was responsible for the design of many early buildings in St. Marys. In...
165 Tracy St., 1980s 
still image This house located at 165 Tracy Street was likely built in the 1870s. It is an example of an early frame duplex. The original shiplap siding and the wooden storm windows appear to still be on the exterior in the photo; the building has been re-sided more recently. The house has a long covered...
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