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  • The David Tait Homestead, Iron Bridge, Circa 1920
        This black and white photo shows a farm with a house, a barn and several smaller outbuildings. The distant nature of the photograph makes the features of the buildings difficult to distinguish.
      This black and white photo shows a farm with a house, a ...
  • Home Of Magnus Tait, Iron Bridge, Circa 1920
        The black and white photo shows the home of Magnus Tait taken in summer. The house is a large two story wood frame structure with one gabled window at the front over the front door. Anna Reid stands next to the building among the plants that surround the building.
      The black and white photo shows the home of Magnus Tait taken ...
  • Magnus Tait Farm, Iron Bridge, circa 1960
        This colour photo shows a large barn, a woodpile, a house and other smaller outbuildings. The home, on the left of the photo, is a two story wood frame dwelling.
      This colour photo shows a large barn, a woodpile, a house and ...
  • The Warnock Home, Iron Bridge, Circa 1960
        A colour photo of the log cabin belonging to the Warnock family. The cabin was originally built by Mr. Sam Warnock in the early 1800s. The main portion of the cabin is two story with a one story addition built on to the rear. A large fieldstone chimney indicates a ...
      A colour photo of the log cabin belonging to the Warnock family. ...
  • The Fraser Homestead, Iron Bridge, Circa 1900
        This black and white photo shows the original Fraser homestead. The larger part of the building is two story and is sided with cedar shakes. The building appears to have been added onto at least twice with a one story structure to the far right.
      This black and white photo shows the original Fraser homestead. The larger ...
  • Mr. and Mrs. Neil Drapers home, Iron Bridge, Circa 1960
        This color photo shows a bungalow owned by Mr. and Mrs. Neil Draper in Iron Bridge. The house is a brick bungalow with a detached double garage. (The original photo was somewhat faded and has affected the quality of reproduction.)
      This color photo shows a bungalow owned by Mr. and Mrs. Neil ...
  • The Original Baxter Home, Iron Bridge, 1958
        Written at the bottom of the photograph, "1958"
      Written at the bottom of the photograph, "1958"
  • The Baxter Home, Iron Bridge, 1960
        This color photo shows the Baxter home while the addition is being added on with tar paper still visible on the side of the home. An unidentified man can be seen pictured next to the brick portion of the home.
      This color photo shows the Baxter home while the addition is being ...
  • The Baxter Home, Iron Bridge, 1980
        This color photo shows the Baxter home as it was in 1980, with new beige siding and windows.
      This color photo shows the Baxter home as it was in 1980, ...
  • The Baxter Family Barn, 1960
        This black and white photo shows a large frame barn on the Baxter farm. The photo is taken in the winter months and the barn appears to be unmodified from when it was originally built. An unidentified person can be seen in front of the barn.
      This black and white photo shows a large frame barn on the ...
  • Baxter Farm House, Iron Bridge, 1960
        This is a black and white winter photo of the Baxter family home during the addition stage in 1960. A load of laundry hangs on the line and snow is piled high around the fence line.
      This is a black and white winter photo of the Baxter family ...
  • The Gordon Seabrook Farm, 1980
        This colour photo shows the Seabrook Farm located on the North 1/2 of Lot 7, Conc. 1 in Gladstone Twp. Shown is the barn, house, wooden silo, and outbuildings in the summer months.
      This colour photo shows the Seabrook Farm located on the North 1/2 ...
  • The Gordon Seabrook Farm House, Gladstone Township, 1940
        This black and white photo shows the Seabrook farm house originally built in 1901. It is a two story L-shaped structure with a small mud room type of addition added on at the rear of the house.
      This black and white photo shows the Seabrook farm house originally built ...
  • The Boville Farm, Iron Bridge, 1940
        This black and white photo shows part of a large stone foundation barn with a frame upper structure. In front of the barn is Mr. Jimmy Tulloch (father of Walter Tulloch). He is standing next to a horse drawn buggy. There is another man in the photo with a wheelbarrow ...
      This black and white photo shows part of a large stone foundation ...
  • Eric Reid Farm, Barn Raising, Framing, 1933
        This photo is number one in a series of four photos showing the construction of a large post and beam barn being built. The photo shows several men on various beams as the basic framing is being done.
      This photo is number one in a series of four photos showing ...
  • Eric Reid Farm, Barn Raising, 1933
        This is the second photo in a series of four photos showing the construction of a large post and beam barn being built. The photo shows four men on some of the end beams while observers watch from below. The basic form of the barn is completed at this point.
      This is the second photo in a series of four photos showing ...
  • Eric Reid Farm, Barn Raising, Frame of Barn, 1933
        This is the third photo in a series of four photos showing the construction of a large post and beam barn being built. Two men are high on the beams, one seated on the rafters and one standing next to a major support beam. At this point the basic shell ...
      This is the third photo in a series of four photos showing ...
  • Eric Reid Farm, Barn Raising, Completed Barn, 1933
        This is the last photo in a series of four photos relating to the construction of this barn. This photo shows the finished product with the barn being fully sided and roofed. Large double doors open at the side to allow for easy access.
      This is the last photo in a series of four photos relating ...
  • My-T-Fresh Egg Farm, Iron Bridge, 1980
        This colour photo shows one of the poultry barns on a farm that belonged to Mr. and Mrs. Lauzsus. The barn is a one story metal structure with a large grain hopper to the right. The sign on the wall reads `Home of My-T-Fresh Eggs - Eggs for sale.'
      This colour photo shows one of the poultry barns on a farm ...
  • Home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cosgrove, Iron Bridge, Circa 1975
        This is a color photo of a white single story home that belonged to Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cosgrove. The house is frame construction, with a set of cement stairs leading up to the red front door. A large picture window is on the left while a smaller window is ...
      This is a color photo of a white single story home that ...
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