St. Francis Xavier Church, Thessalon, circa 1900
Description
Mystery Question
Was the house to the left of the church the rectory for St. Francis Xavier?
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Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
This is a colourized photo showing three ladies in long dresses and hats standing on the riverbank of the Thessalon River.

In the background is the second St. Francis Xavier Church. The church is a small white building with a bell tower. To the left is a two-story white home with a covered front porch. A long wooden fence is in front of the house and extends toward the church.
Notes
At the bottom of the photo: "St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church opened December 17, 1893. It was replaced and moved to Nestorville after the new church was built 1909. It was moved during the winter and pulled by horses to its new location in Nestorville."
Date of Original
circa 1900
Subject(s)
Collection
Local History
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 46.25006 Longitude: -83.5666
Creative Commons licence
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Copyright Statement
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Contact
Thessalon Union Public Library
Email:thessalonlib@hotmail.com
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

187 Main St. Box 549

Thessalon, ON P0R 1L0

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St. Francis Xavier Church, Thessalon, circa 1900


This is a colourized photo showing three ladies in long dresses and hats standing on the riverbank of the Thessalon River.

In the background is the second St. Francis Xavier Church. The church is a small white building with a bell tower. To the left is a two-story white home with a covered front porch. A long wooden fence is in front of the house and extends toward the church.