Cobourg and District Images

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Cobourg
  
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1930-1939
  
  • Old Scotch Kirk Cemetery
        The boy in front is Edwin Guillet, son of E.C. Guillet.The old Scotch Kirk was located on King St. West at Ontario St.
      The boy in front is Edwin Guillet, son of E.C. Guillet.The old ...
  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
        Located on Bagot Street. The fire of 1937 which destroyed the church. This photograph was taken January 4, 1937 at around 11 pm. There was a very high wind blowing.
      Located on Bagot Street. The fire of 1937 which destroyed the church. ...
  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, West Side
        The devastating fire of 1937. Taken January 4, 1937 at 11pm.
      The devastating fire of 1937. Taken January 4, 1937 at 11pm.
  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, East Side
        Fire on the eve of January 4, 1937. Taken at 11 pm. A very high wind was blowing.
      Fire on the eve of January 4, 1937. Taken at 11 pm. ...
  • St. Andrew's  Presbyterian Church, East side of Sunday School
        Fire on the eve of January 4, 1937. Taken at 11pm.
      Fire on the eve of January 4, 1937. Taken at 11pm.
  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, East Side
        "Here it is. I had to leave a letter I was writing you to get pictures. Presbyterian Church, nothing left but the bolts. Sunday night started at 10 o'clock. This was taken at 11 p.m. Letter following. Win." Addressed to Mr. Allen Fisher, Timmons, Ontario, Box 231.
      "Here it is. I had to leave a letter I was writing ...
  • St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, East side of Sunday School
        January 4, 1937. Taken at 11pm
      January 4, 1937. Taken at 11pm
  • 22nd Medium Battery of Cobourg, July 1933
        Left to right: Front row: Perfect, A.; Sgt. Higginson; Sgt. Burd, P.; Sgt. Edgell; Sgt. Keenan and V.Smith.; Second Row: Sgt. Bradbury; Lt. Hayden, Harold; Capt. Drewry, Fred R.; Major Lloyd, Frank P.; Lt. Denton, Harold S.; Lt. Ostrander; Lt. Berry; B.Q.M.S.; Taylor, G.; Third Row: Climo, Percy L.; G.P.O.Ac.; ...
      Left to right: Front row: Perfect, A.; Sgt. Higginson; Sgt. Burd, P.; ...
  • Moffat Building
        This building had housed Hewson & Co. since 1853 and was built circa 1830.
      This building had housed Hewson & Co. since 1853 and was built ...
  • First Guillet store
        The centre portion was the first Guillet store, in the 1840s and 50s. A couple of doors west is the British Hotel.
      The centre portion was the first Guillet store, in the 1840s and ...
  • Barney Lilly's Corners - Ralls Grocery Store
        North West corner of William and King St. where the small parkette is now. (King, Ontario, William Street, Lover's Lane - now Ontario Street South, meet)
      North West corner of William and King St. where the small parkette ...
  • Steel Plant
        Steel Plant, Cobourg, Ont.
      Steel Plant, Cobourg, Ont.
  • Ontario Hospital (Cobourg Asylum)
        Cobourg Asylum, Cobourg, Ont.
      Cobourg Asylum, Cobourg, Ont.
  • North King (Steamer)
        The "North King" was a frequent caller at Cobourg in the heyday of lake transport. She ran from Charlotte (the port of Rochester, NY) to various ports on the north shore of Lake Ontario including Cobourg, Port Hope and Toronto. When the North King, the Caspian or the Kingston arrived ...
      The "North King" was a frequent caller at Cobourg in the heyday ...
  • Cobourg Harbour
        New Esplanade Wall under construction. Looking west from Division Street.
      New Esplanade Wall under construction. Looking west from Division Street.
  • Marie Dressler House
        Enjoying eating at Marie Dressler's birthplace, Cobourg, Ontario
      Enjoying eating at Marie Dressler's birthplace, Cobourg, Ontario
  • Second Albion Hotel
        Built in 1873 it is the second building east, on the north corner of Division and King Street...
      Built in 1873 it is the second building east, on the north ...
  • Old Tavern
        An old tavern near House of Refuge. The name is unknown, but neighbours said it had once been a tavern.
      An old tavern near House of Refuge. The name is unknown, but ...
  • Taunton Hotel
        CENSUS: January 1861 for Cobourg lists John Field, gentleman, Congregationalist, age 65 with one horse and one carriage for pleasure, in a 1.5 story brick house and says "Just built a new hotel called "Taunton House" which is 3 stories high". Listed at the same house are Francis Field, b. ...
      CENSUS: January 1861 for Cobourg lists John Field, gentleman, Congregationalist, age 65 ...
  • Old Goldstone home, 19-21 Chapel Street
        Behind the Methodist Church on Chapel Street.
      Behind the Methodist Church on Chapel Street.
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