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Ancient Order Of The United Workmen'S Hall
Originally the Ancient Order of the United Workmen,s Hall, later used by the Bell Telephone for switchboard until 1964., IHS480
Andrew And Victor Pratt
Andrew Pratt(left) died at age 6 (born 1900) and Victor died on January 4, 1968. Children of Albert Pratt's first marriage (to Ida Black) Andrew Pratt Victor Pratt Costumes and clothing-also furniture, IHS2296
Andrew Bell'S First Family Car
Andrew Bell driving his new Baby Grand, manufactured by Chevrolet., IHS1078
Andrew Bowman
This picture was taken the in back yard of Andrew Bowman's 100 acre farm., IHS2263
Andrew C. Wallace
Andrew C. Wallace. Born March 23, 1839, Died May 25, 1929. Grandfather to Mrs. Jean (Torrance) Black., IHS1275
Andrew Wallace And Family
Andrew Wallace 1839-1929) and wife, Ann Jane McCullough and their family. Back row (ltoR) Annie Wallace (unmarried), Herb Wallace (married Elizabeth Boake) Eva Wallace (Mrs.Charles Deeering). Front: Jean Wallace (Mrs. Dr. Frederick Bowman of Duluth, USA), Andrew Wallace, Olice Wallace (Mrs. William Boake), Mrs. Andrew Wallace., IHS1238s
Andrew and Ann Wallace
Andrew Wallace and his wife, Ann Jane McCullough and their family. Back: (standing) (l to r) Jean (Mrs.(Dr.)Frederick Bowman of Duluth USA, Herbert (married Elizabeth Boake) Eva (Mrs. Charles Deering). Front: Annie (unmarried), Andrew, Mrs. Andrew Wallace, Olive (Mrs. William Boake)., IHS1239
Anglican Church Members
A group of Anglican Church people taken about 1936 at the Rectory. Back Row: Winnie Trumbley, Frances McCuish, Mrs. M.McCuish, Mrs. Chas. Blackmore, and boy? Middle Row: Mr. John Dutton, Mrs. W. Goodwin, Mrs. Bob Dutton, Mrs. W. Ramsay, Mrs. Chris. Long, Mrs. W. Lawrence, Miss _________, Mrs. Archie McLean. First Row: Mrs. J. Agnew, Mrs. B. Atkinson, Mrs. W. Stoddart, Mrs. Sharp (Mrs. Atkinson's father from England), and Mrs. J. Dutton. Seated: Miss Clementine Hill and Vivian McCuish.
Anglican Picnic
Picture donated by Marion Webb. Back Row: Bob Dutton, Jack Agnew, Kenneth Soloman, Elmer Graham, ______, Alex Allan, Albert Nixon, Clara Jebb, Lynn Coleman, Florence Graham, Herb Arnold. 2nd Row: Violet Lewis, Mrs. Dutton, Mrs. Stoddart, Laura Jebb, Edith Beatty, _____, Lillian Allan, Wilma Stoddart, T.E. Monkman. Bottom Row: Unknown Third Row: Norman Baker, Jim Dutton, Frank Baker, Bert Coleman, Bert Arnold, ______, Madeline Baker.
Ann Jane Mccullough
Ann Jane McCullough (later Mrs. Andrew Wallace) Married on January 4, 1866, IHS1240
Ann Fraser
Ann Fraser - wife of James Allan who owned SH Lot 12, Con.4., IHS1295
Ann Jane Mccullough
Ann Jane McCullough, wife of Andrew Wallace, IHS1255s
Ann Maria Sawyer
Ann Maria Sawyer (Mrs. Thomas Sawyer) nee Maria Hill. Her husband (Thomas) was born in 1839, farmed at the northwest corner of Highway 89 and 11. Their sons were John and Bethel George., IHS2898
Ann Maria Sawyer
Ann Maria Sawyer (Mrs. Thomas Sawyer - nee Ann Maria Hill). Her son's names were Bethel George Sawyer and John Sawyer. Her husband was Thomas Sawyer and he was born in 1839, they farmed the northwest corner of Highways 89 and 11 at Fennell's Corners. COSTUMES AND CLOTHING, IHS2894
Ann Park (Robert Wallace
Great grandmother Wallace (Don Beatty's great grandmother) Ann Park. She came to Innisfil in 1832. Ann Park wife of Robert Wallace had ten children, 8 of whom were born in Innisfil. Four died young., IHS114
Ann Teasdale
Ann Teasdale (1831-1924), wife of William Hubbert (1827-1896) Hubbert, Mrs. Wm. Costumes and clothing This is a Tin Type photo, IHS1681
Annabel Lucas
Annabel Lucas (1872-1974) at the age of 23. She later became Mrs. Mervin Noble., IHS2446
Anne Holdcroft On Outdoor Rink
Anne Holdcroft on skates on the outdoor rink behind Stroud School before the second arena was built in 1964. This rink would be located where a parking lot now exists to the north of the Stroud Curling Club., IHS4087
Anne Monkman - Reeve
Mrs. Anne Monkman Reeve of Cookstown 19__ to 19__. President of Cookstown Women's Institute 1976 to ___.
Anne Monkman Cutting Cake
President Anne Monkman cutting the cake at the 75th Anniversary party of the Cookstown Women's Institute at Cookstown Central school.
Annie (Goodfellow) Lucas
Mrs. Annie (Goodfellow) Lucas 1876-1968 and Charlie Lucas., IHS107
Annie Jack And Mother
Annie Jack right and her Mother, Mrs. Tommy Jack on their verandah., IHS880
Annie Sawyer
Annie Sawyer (nee Simpkins) at 18 years old, Edna Allan's first cousin., IHS790
Annie Sturgeon
Portrait of Annie Sturgeon, the youngest of the Sturgeon family, born 19 May 1863. She was the great aunt of Mr. Douglas Hughes., IHS1443
Annie Wallace
Annie Wallace. Note hat, at that time birds were fashioned of feathers with wings raised and placed on top of hats., IHS1241
Antique Display Committee - 1967
Photograph of two women, Mrs. J. Edney and Mrs. J. McKay of the Antique Display committee, seated on a wooden bench and dressed in period costumes. The occasion for the photo is unknown.
Apple Packing At Thompson Family Farm
Thompson family farm, John Thompson is using a heading vise to install the head on a barrel of apples with his three sons Wilson, Harry and Fred, plus unknown face in the doorway. This process is often mistaken as making cider with a press, due to the similarity of the upper workings of the mechanisms employed in both the pressing and packing operations., IHS 4390
Approaching Marriage Of Ethel Campbell
This photo was taken by John Thompson at his residence. The occasion was the approaching marriage of Ethel Campbell, and Lila Neilly's last year teaching at Nantyr, September 1901. Presented to Mary Jack from Mrs. Annie Robinson on 22 February 1940. Pictured from left to right - Front Row: Libbie Thompson (m. J. Murry), Ella Cross (m. Wilfred Stewart), Maggie Jack (m. Charles Miller), Mary Jack (unmarried). Back Row: Libbie Jack (m. Roy McCabe), Carrie Cross (m. Harold Hastings), Lila Neilly (Bradford), Ethel Campbell (m. Joe Coulter d. 1904), Jennie Campbell (m. Ivan Grose)., IHS102
Architects' Depiction Of The New Firehall At Stroud
Architects Depiction of the New Fire Hall at Stroud. (Innisfil Fire and Rescue Service Station No.3.), IHS40444044A
Architectural Style
House with Verandah across the front, IHS2892

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