Jerry Lick House


Description
Creator:
Unknown, Photographer
Media Type:
Image
Object
Item Type:
Postcards
Description:
Black and white negative depicting a photographic postcard of The Stone Lodge in Oshawa, Ontario. There is a woman standing in the driveway on the left hand side of the image and on the right hand side of the image people are gathered under a large umbrella.
Notes:
The Stone Lodge was the residence of Jeremiah Lick (1830-1906) and was built by Ashburn stone mason William Pearson in 1884 on the south side of Highway 2 between Thickson Road and Kendalwood Road. In the 1940s it was used as a tourist home, operated by Adelina Jeffrey (nee Lick), wife of John Arthur Jeffrey. In the 1950s it became a nursing home called Arden and later, Sunnybrae. It is now Sunnycrest Nursing Home.
Inscriptions:
"The Stone Lodge - Lick's Hill/ Mrs. A. Jeffrey, R.R.3, Oshawa, Ontario/Large Rooms. Bath. Shower. Hot Water/Phone Whitby 947"
Date of Original:
c. 1940
Date Of Event:
c. 1940
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
28-000-064
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.8867587848651 Longitude: -78.9090013504028
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian copyright law. No restrictions on use.
Reproduction Notes:
Scanned from copy negative
Contact
Whitby Public Library
Email
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Agency street/mail address

405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, Ontario L1N 6A1

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Jerry Lick House


Black and white negative depicting a photographic postcard of The Stone Lodge in Oshawa, Ontario. There is a woman standing in the driveway on the left hand side of the image and on the right hand side of the image people are gathered under a large umbrella.