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  • John Harold and Wife in Chalmers Touring Car, c. 1916
        (On original matting) Mr. and Mrs. John Harold in their Chalmers touring car c.1916. He was a founder, vice-president, and general manager of Sanderson-Harold Co. Note that the car's large wheels have wooden spokes, that the front wheels lack brakes, and that the radiator cap bears the emblem of the ...
      (On original matting) Mr. and Mrs. John Harold in their Chalmers touring ...
  • Paris High School Grade 12 Class Touring School Grounds by Car, 1941
        FORM IV ON A TOUR OF THE SCHOOL GROUNDS, 1941 Left to right: Alan Barraon (second 'r' crossed out), Jean Maus, Hugh Gillispie, Dnoley Mogan, Bertha Hamilton, Iva Ronald, Robert Hough, Warren Vincent, Betty McCowan, Stanley Perriman, Lavinka Mihoff, Bernice Kent, Josephine Rowlett, Dorothy Morgan, Doris Edgington, Mary Geiger, Willard ...
      FORM IV ON A TOUR OF THE SCHOOL GROUNDS, 1941 Left to ...
  • First Motorized Fire Truck in Paris, 1918
        This 1918 photograph depicts the Paris Fire Department's first motorized fire truck, which was then brand-new. According to D.A. Smith, it is a Ford Model T truck. The man to the left is mayor C.B. Robinson, who was responsible for the purchase. The signs on the building in the back ...
      This 1918 photograph depicts the Paris Fire Department's first motorized fire truck, ...
  • Dr. Daniel Dunton and Family in Car, 1911
        (On original matting) One of the first cars in Paris. It is an Everit Metzer Flanders [sic], built in Orillia. Dr. Daniel Dunton, who bought it in 1911, is seen here with his family. Copied and enlarged by D.A. Smith
      (On original matting) One of the first cars in Paris. It is ...
  • View of Paris Coronation Day Parade, May 12, 1937
        Coronation Parade, 1937. Copied and enlarged by D.A.Smith
      Coronation Parade, 1937. Copied and enlarged by D.A.Smith
  • View of Paris Coronation Day Parade, May 12, 1937
        CORONATION DAY PARADE, May 12, 1937 Negative and enlargement by D.A. Smith.
      CORONATION DAY PARADE, May 12, 1937 Negative and enlargement by D.A. Smith.
  • John Penman's Executive Automobile, 1910
        "SCOTLAND FOR EVER". MAY 16 '10 (On original matting) Believed to be a car owned by Penmans' Copied and enlarged by Wm. A. Brown
      "SCOTLAND FOR EVER". MAY 16 '10 (On original matting) Believed to be ...
  • Paris Railway Station, c. 1928
        (On original matting) Canadian National Railway Station, Paris, Ont. Railway Station c. 1928 Broadway St. Copied and enlarged by D.A. Smith
      (On original matting) Canadian National Railway Station, Paris, Ont. Railway Station c. ...
  • "The March of Civilization" - Car Meeting Ox-Cart on the Street, Paris, 1913
        This photograph illustrates the "march of civilization" with the meeting of the old and new modes of transportation on a street in Paris on May 6, 1913. On the left is Dr. Daniel Dunton, one of the earliest car owners in Paris, in his 1911 Everitt-Metzger-Flanders (E-M-F) Standard touring automobile; ...
      This photograph illustrates the "march of civilization" with the meeting of the ...
  • Richard Thompson's Car outside Movie Theatre, Paris, c. 1913
        This photograph shows Sinclair Knill and some of his friends in a car in front of an early Paris movie theatre, c. 1913. Richard Thompson's car was among the first in Paris, bought in 1909, and Knill was his driver. The movie theatre has posters for several films, most prominently ...
      This photograph shows Sinclair Knill and some of his friends in a ...
  • Postcard of Paris Tourist Camp, c. 1926
        Paris Tourist Camp
      Paris Tourist Camp
  • Paris Post Office Decorated for Confederation's Diamond Jubilee, 1927
        This 1927 photograph depicts the Paris Post Office decorated for the Diamond Jubilee of Confederation. Both a Ford Model-T and a horse carriage are visible next to each other. This image was printed on the forty-first page of photographs in At the Forks of the Grand: Volume II by D. ...
      This 1927 photograph depicts the Paris Post Office decorated for the Diamond ...
  • Send-Off of World War I Volunteers at William & Willow, Paris, 1914
        (On original matting) Send-off at the corner of William and Willow Streets for seven First World War volunteers, August 23, 1914. The men were conveyed in Ford cars to Brantford. The railway tracks are those of the Grand Valley Railway.
      (On original matting) Send-off at the corner of William and Willow Streets ...
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