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  • Gouinlock House
        Gouinlock House was originally built in 1845 and served as the home of John Penman, the founder of Penman Manufacturing Company, before he renovated Penmarvian.
      Gouinlock House was originally built in 1845 and served as the home ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 15, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes about his previous business transactions with Mr. Moyer for $100 of dried apples for groceries. He intends to soon travel to Walkerton, Greenwood ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated March 25, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes that could not do any business in Brussels and that Mr. Thurman paid off his previous bill. He did not return until 10:30 ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 24, 1901. After enclosing orders, Mr. McCosh writes about his upcoming business travel plans. He also states that he didn't do much in Clinton, but will do what he can for ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 22, 1901. Mr. McCosh encloses an order for G.G. Wells that he has facilitated. He also adds that he has had little interaction with Mr. Gunn and briefly mentions ...
      This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a ...
  • Telegram to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated April 30, 1901. Mr. McCosh writes of enclosed orders for delivery he hopes to pick up for tomorrow. He states that he was late in arriving to Clifford and could ...
      This item is a letter sent by telegraph from Thomas McCosh, a ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated March 19, 1901. Mr. McCosh writes that Elliott had paid a previous bill, and updates them about his train issues on his way to Palmerston. After which McCosh states that he went ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Troops to Paris in 1866
        Troops to Paris In the 1860s, one of the concerns of Canadians was the Fenians. This group of men of Irish descent or sympathies were gathering across the border on American soil and there were sincere concerns that they would invade Canada. In March 1866, because of genuine fears, the ...
      Troops to Paris In the 1860s, one of the concerns of Canadians ...
  • Paris Covered Toll Bridge
        In the early communities of the 1830s and 40s the roads and bridges that linked out of the way places like Paris to the larger towns like Hamilton and London were vital to settlers. New immigrants to the area needed ways to bring in the necessities of life and established ...
      In the early communities of the 1830s and 40s the roads and ...
  • John "Jack" Chapple Tate and Hudson Crew
        The reverse of the postcard reads: “Crew who were killed on Oct. 14/’41 - E. R. Hodge (B.C.), P.O. F. E. Davies (Alberta), Flight Sergeant R. N. Martin (ON), and John C. Tate (ON).
      The reverse of the postcard reads: “Crew who were killed on Oct. ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from R.A. McBride
        This item is a letter sent from R.A. McBride, a merchant from Paris, to George Foster and Sons dated February 24, 1904. Mr. McBride writes that he regrets not contacting George Foster sooner, and says that it was quite busy in the previous month. He also says his horse has ...
      This item is a letter sent from R.A. McBride, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to William Clarke from Elizabeth Clarke
        This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for two years, likely from his younger sister Elizabeth from the Cherry Tree Orphanage. Her letter thanks William for the gifts he had sent to her. She also mentions that ...
      This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English ...
  • Letter to William Clarke from Uncle Jack and Aunt Ethel
        This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for two years, from his uncle Jack, Aunt Ethel, and cousin Ethel back in Sheffield. Uncle Jack says that their family is doing well and was excited to receive William's ...
      This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English ...
  • Letter to William Clarke from Eveline Hills of National Children's Home and Orphanage
        This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for two years, from Eveline Hills, representing the National Children’s Home and Orphanage's Immigration Branch in Hamilton. Her letter mentions that the Home received a letter from Mr. Brooks, offering ...
      This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English ...
  • Letter to William Clarke from Uncle Bernard and Auntie Ada Mason
        This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for a few years, from his Uncle Bernard and Aunt Ada, who are living in Sheffield, England. Uncle Bernard writes of emigrating to Canada to farm in 12 months, but ...
      This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated February 12, 1903. After enclosing orders with his letter, Mr. McCosh writes that he will do what he can where he is while Mr. Campbell's order needs to be delivered within 30 ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from Thomas McCosh
        This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, to George Foster and Sons dated January 5, 1903. After enclosing his orders and statement, Mr. McCosh writes that he will traverse to Kincardine in the evening and meet with several merchants at the Paris station that he ...
      This item is a letter sent from Thomas McCosh, a Paris merchant, ...
  • Letter to George Foster and Sons from W.P. Foley
        This item is a letter sent from W.P. Foley, a merchant from Paris, to George Foster and Sons on May 22, 1907. Mr. Foley wishes to inform the company that he no longer needs to ship any coffee with his previous order for the 28th. He states that the rest ...
      This item is a letter sent from W.P. Foley, a merchant from ...
  • Letter to William Clarke from Elizabeth Clarke
        This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for two years, from his younger sister Elizabeth Clarke, who is living in Sheffield, England. Her letter mentions that she has settled back at the Cherrytree Orphanage after a 1 ...
      This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English ...
  • Letter to William Clarke from Auntie Ada Mason
        This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English boy who had been living in Paris, Ontario for two years, from his elder sister Florence Clarke, who is living in Sheffield, England. Her letter mentions that she will be soon turning 19, and wonders about William's happiness ...
      This item is a letter sent to William Clarke, a teenage English ...
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