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Cobourg
  
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1870-1879
  
  • First Cobourg Collegiate
        Sketch of the first Cobourg Collegiate Institute from an old woodcut.
      Sketch of the first Cobourg Collegiate Institute from an old woodcut.
  • Victoria College and Faraday Hall
        Victoria College and Faraday Hall, head of College St.(formerly named Seminary St.) where it meets University Ave., Cobourg.
      Victoria College and Faraday Hall, head of College St.(formerly named Seminary St.) ...
  • Victoria College and Faraday Hall, Cobourg
        Victoria College and Faraday Hall, head of College St.(formerly named Seminary St.) where it meets University Ave., Cobourg.
      Victoria College and Faraday Hall, head of College St.(formerly named Seminary St.) ...
  • Harbour mouth, Cobourg
        Titled "The Harbour-mouth, Cobourg"
      Titled "The Harbour-mouth, Cobourg"
  • Mulholland House
        202 Church Street.
      202 Church Street.
  • Albion Cottage
        Was located on the east side of Green Street, just south of King Street.
      Was located on the east side of Green Street, just south of ...
  • Cedar Hedge
        465 George Street
      465 George Street
  • Cobourg Post Office
        Southeast corner of King and Division Street. There is also a good view of the Gem Theatre.
      Southeast corner of King and Division Street. There is also a good ...
  • Albion Hotel
        Originally known as the Steamboat Hotel (owned by Oren Strong), it was renamed the Albion in 1837 and was located on the north side of King Street
      Originally known as the Steamboat Hotel (owned by Oren Strong), it was ...
  • Paul Kane (1810-1871)
        The late Paul Kane
      The late Paul Kane
  • Floral Arrangement
        A pencil sketch by Harriet Kane, wife of Paul Kane, Canadian artist. Harriet was the daughter of renowned cabinetmaker, Freeman Schemmerhorn Clench.
      A pencil sketch by Harriet Kane, wife of Paul Kane, Canadian artist. ...
  • Colonel Cornell's Coach
        S. Douglas Cornell belonged to the eighth generation of Cornells in Americas. Douglas came to Buffalo with his father and graduated from Hobart in 1860. There he excelled in oratory and dramatics, talents he exercised later as stage manager of the Buffalo Amateurs. After graduation he began an active business ...
      S. Douglas Cornell belonged to the eighth generation of Cornells in Americas. ...
  • Hunting Camp
        Centre figure possibly D'Arcy Boulton.
      Centre figure possibly D'Arcy Boulton.
  • Silk menu
        Silk menu of the dinner to the Earl and Countess of Dufferin, 1874. (Saved by the family of Senator Kerr made available by Edith Kerr MacDonald.)
      Silk menu of the dinner to the Earl and Countess of Dufferin, ...
  • Town Trust debenture for 100 pounds
        Signed by Mayor George Guillet, George Perry and Thomas Gillbard.
      Signed by Mayor George Guillet, George Perry and Thomas Gillbard.
  • Cobourg Firemen and Parade Machine
        Volunteer fire brigades long played an important part in social life. Shown here in front of Victoria Hall, the Parade Machine had no practical application but made a great show with pumpers, hose and hook-and-ladder
      Volunteer fire brigades long played an important part in social life. Shown ...
  • Donly and Kerr family members
        Nuala Donly in back with parasol. Then L to R: Harrison Donly; Edith Kerr; Charles Kerr; Enid Donly (who married an Ivey); and Mabel Kerr. Seated at the very front is William Donly.
      Nuala Donly in back with parasol. Then L to R: Harrison Donly; ...
  • Freeman Schermerhorn Clench
        Clench came to Cobourg in the mid 1820's and established a cabinet making business, which soon became highly successful. He was noted for fine craftsmanship and good design. Clench was also active in town affairs. One of his daughters, Harriet, married Paul Kane - while another, Eliza, became the wife ...
      Clench came to Cobourg in the mid 1820's and established a cabinet ...
  • General Charles Lane Fitzhugh
        General Charles Lane Fitzhugh was the youngest civil war general in the Union Army. The Fitzhugh's were an old Virginia family of great wealth who spent much time in Cobourg after 1867. Charles became a prominent Cobourg citizen and shareholder in the Cobourg, Peterborough and Marmora Railway Company...
      General Charles Lane Fitzhugh was the youngest civil war general in the ...
  • Ella Cruso Boswell
        Ella Cruso was a daughter of Michael Daintry Cruso. She married Arthur Radcliffe Boswell, one time Mayor of Toronto.
      Ella Cruso was a daughter of Michael Daintry Cruso. She married Arthur ...
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