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Thunder Bay
  
Decade
1930-1939
  
  • C.N.R Ticket(1938)
        Canadian National Railway ticket issued to Mrs. Marander to take the train to market twice per month, from the stop at Wolfe to Fort William in 1938.
      Canadian National Railway ticket issued to Mrs. Marander to take the train ...
  • C.N.R Photo I.D.
        Identification, or pass, for the Canadian National Railway, with photo of trackman and his wife. This would have allowed them free transportation on the CNR. The employees years of service with the CNR, was also recorded on the back of the pass.
      Identification, or pass, for the Canadian National Railway, with photo of trackman ...
  • St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church
        This photo depicts a First Communion at St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church in 1939.
      This photo depicts a First Communion at St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church ...
  • Port Arthur Collegiate Glee Club
        Black and white photo of the Port Arthur Collegiate Glee Club in 1939.
      Black and white photo of the Port Arthur Collegiate Glee Club in ...
  • St. Joseph's School 1st Grade Class
        This photo shows the St. Joseph's School 1st Grade class from the News Chronicle Dec. 18, 1939. First Row: Margaret Auger, Delorous Phillip, Joan Colliatti, Rita Pissolato, Joan Chauvin, Clara DiSano, Gena Fero, Berry Morrow, Catherine Scali. Back Row: Lloyd Ibey, Amadeo Prezio, Joe DePaulo, Jerry Johnston, John Thomas, Frank ...
      This photo shows the St. Joseph's School 1st Grade class from the ...
  • Shuniah Street School Grade 1 Class
        1st Grade class from the Shuniah Street School - from the News Chronicle Monday, December 18, 1939. Front Row: Patricia Holz, Violet Anderson, Audrey Pretulask, Ethel Currie, Ella May Andrews, Arlene Mohlman. Second Row: Roger Pearson, Annie Kass, Eileen Black, Dolores Waukkaner, Better Russow, Marlene Mohlman, Jerry Munn. Back Row: ...
      1st Grade class from the Shuniah Street School - from the News ...
  • Thunder Bay Silver Area : Thunder Bay District
        To accompany Memoir by T.L. Tanton
      To accompany Memoir by T.L. Tanton
  • Body of unknown found in creek buried at Nipigon
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 11 Jun 1932, p. 1     Unidentified man ; Body found in Nipigon Bay ; Near Trout Creek ; Buried in Nipigon
    Port Arthur News Chronicle, 11 Jun 1932, p. 1   Unidentified man ; Body found in Nipigon Bay ; Near Trout Creek ...
  • Fort William Public Library (~1930)
        Entrance to the Fort William Public Library, now Brodie Resource Library. The Thunder Bay Public Library opened in 1912 is a 'Carnegie' library. See also 10017; 4.3'wide x 3.1'high b&w photo
      Entrance to the Fort William Public Library, now Brodie Resource Library. The ...
  • Thunder Bay District Ski Area (1931)
        A ski-jumper descends while a crowd on either side of the jump looks on. Newspaper accounts for the next day report between 2,500 and 3,000 people gathered to watch the District Championships held by the Fort William Ski Club.
      A ski-jumper descends while a crowd on either side of the jump ...
  • C.D. Howe and Peter Heenan
        Sharp eyes were able to read the ribbon on Peter Heenan's lapel. It reads 'The Seventh Annual Convention Northwestern Ontario Associated Chambers of Commerce Fort William September 22-23 1937' While it is likely that both men attended the NWO Chamber of Commerce Convention, they were here for other reasons as ...
      Sharp eyes were able to read the ribbon on Peter Heenan's lapel. ...
  • Royal Visit to Fort William (1939)
        King George VI and Queen Elizabeth pose to be photographed in a First Nations encampment set up for the purposes of the Royal visit on the banks of the McIntyre River.
      King George VI and Queen Elizabeth pose to be photographed in a ...
  • Mount McKay Road
        Inscription on photo reads, 'Indian Chiefs at the opening of the Mt. McKay Auto Road, June 21, 1933', A group of Indigenous men in ceremonial regalia, at the opening of the road on Mount McKay.
      Inscription on photo reads, 'Indian Chiefs at the opening of the Mt. ...
  • C.N.R and C.P.R. Docks
        A view of Prince Arthur's Landing, in Port Arthur, as seen in 1932, showing the C.N.R and C.P.R. docks.
      A view of Prince Arthur's Landing, in Port Arthur, as seen in ...
  • Fire CNR Freight Shed
        Clouds of black smoke envelope the city as freight shed number 2 burns to the ground near the foot of Arthur Street (now called Red River Road). Volunteers braved the smoke and flames to assist by forming bucket brigades and by moving boxcars out of the path of the fire. ...
      Clouds of black smoke envelope the city as freight shed number 2 ...
  • Charlie Cox and George Wardrope (1939)
        A sports breakfast at the Prince Arthur Hotel. The Patton Trophy sits on the head table, while behind it dignitaries pose for the camera. Winners of the Allan Cup were welcomed home to a breakfast celebration at the Prince Arthur Hotel. The Bearcats hockey team disembarked from their journey at ...
      A sports breakfast at the Prince Arthur Hotel. The Patton Trophy sits ...
  • King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (1939)
        A street scene showing war veterans waiting to meeting King George VI and Queen Elizabeth at the CPR railroad station. Near the centre of the photograph you will see Queen Elizabeth and slightly ahead of her to her left is King George VI. The CPR station on the left was ...
      A street scene showing war veterans waiting to meeting King George VI ...
  • Thunder Bay Trumpeteers (1939)
        Crowds line the streets and roof-tops along Red River Road (then called Arthur Street) near St. Paul Street. Making their way down Red River Road is an all-girls drum and trumpet marching band called the Thunder Bay Trumpeteers. The band, led by Miss Donalda McDougall, had been practicing for three ...
      Crowds line the streets and roof-tops along Red River Road (then called ...
  • Centennial Celebrations
        Crowds stroll through Current River Park, Port Arthur, Ontario, during the city's 50th Anniversary celebrations. The picnic at the park was attended by a crowd of over 10,000. Children and their parents drank 5,000 pints of milk, and ate 10,000 doughnuts and popsicles. Children competed in races. During the evening ...
      Crowds stroll through Current River Park, Port Arthur, Ontario, during the city's ...
  • King George Vl and Queen Elizabeth on train during royal visit - May 23, 1939
        On May 23, 1939 King George Vl and Queen Elizabeth toured the twin cities (Fort William and Port Arthur, Ontario). There was a genuine outpouring of joy and affection as the King and Queen went by. Special medallions in bronze and aluminum were distributed for this occasion.
      On May 23, 1939 King George Vl and Queen Elizabeth toured the ...
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