Almaguin Highlands Digital Collections
Andrew Street, Part lot 12 or 13, Magnetawan
Description
Creators
Unknown, Photographer
Gayle Robertson
, Author
Media Type
Image
Text
Item Type
Photographs
Description
A Black and white photograph and short history of the property on Andrew Street, East side, Part lot 12 or 13, Access from Bay Street in Magnetawan. The black and white photograph shows a dilapidated wooden building with two stories with some attic space. In front of the building there's a small stone support wall. On either side of the front door are window frames without glass.
Inscriptions
Andrew Street, East side
Part Lot 12 or 13, Access from Bay Street

The former George Osborne house was sold to Ed Ross. The owner in 1998 is Wanda Lecuyer. The house was dismantled after years of no one living in it. A family by the name of Douglas once lived here. The old stone wall along the front of the house can still be seen.
Date of Original
circa 1990
Dimensions
Width: 4.25 in
Height: 3 in
Subject(s)
Collection
Gayle Robertson Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.66681 Longitude: -79.64966
Donor
Gayle Robertson
Creative Commons licence
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Terms of Use
For Educational Purposes
Reproduction Notes
For Educational Purposes
Contact
Magnetawan Public Library
Email:magcap@ontera.net
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Andrew Street, Part lot 12 or 13, Magnetawan


A Black and white photograph and short history of the property on Andrew Street, East side, Part lot 12 or 13, Access from Bay Street in Magnetawan. The black and white photograph shows a dilapidated wooden building with two stories with some attic space. In front of the building there's a small stone support wall. On either side of the front door are window frames without glass.