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Automobiles
Wrecked car Automobiles Business - garage, service station, IHS3596
Automobiles - Belle Ewert
Old car in Belle Ewart Automobiles, IHS3670
Automobiles - Wisker
Connie Wisker Stewart in car on Wisker Avenue or Munsey Automobiles Costumes, IHS3630
Automobiles 1915
Three women took a car trip to Barrie in this car, had lunch at the Queen's Hotel and went back to Bell Ewart Automobiles Costumes, IHS3634
Automobiles Ii
Automobile - with Mrs. Margaret Wisker, Robert Stewart, Ethel Wisker Automobiles, IHS3628
Automoile-Wisker
Thomas Wisker home, "Twin Willows", Wisker Ave., Bell Ewart, On. (or Munsey St.) Further information is available at the Knock Heritage Site, IHS3647
Averill House
Stone house built in two sections on the site of an early log house. Stone house of the Averill family (Thomas) vacant for many years. Now owned by Wm. M. Kell and son Stephen. Two pioneer families owned this farm, the Averills and the Kells. The original flooring was dirt but was replaced with stonework, by hand, many years later. Same image as IBID 22183, IHS 4175
Averill, Margaret
Margaret (Mrs. James) Averill - lived on the south half Lot 17, Conc. 3 Died Oct.26, 1898 Costumes and clothing Averill, Margaret Averill, Mrs. James, IHS3380
Avondale Farm House
Photo of the Avondale farmhouse, which was built by Edwin Johnston. It was later occupied by Percy and Allan Johnston (no relation). Situated across from Sandycove Acres mall., IHS1378
Back Of Ss #10 School
SS #10 School in Stroud. This is the view from the back of the school.
Bailiwick Cottage
Bailiwick Cottage, Belle Air. Nan Stewart, Nancy Bell, and Bob Stewart Sr., IHS3651
Baker Home, Hamilton Street
Photograph of the home of Mr. Norman and Mrs. Alice Baker on Hamilton Street, Cookstown.
Bakers' Dishes From Beginning Of Marriage
Alice Baker set out some of the original set of dishes she had when she and Norman were married. In 1981, the dishes of Cloverleaf pattern are collectibles. Note egg cups and tea stand, dinner plate, tea plate, cup and saucer, bone handle knife, plain fork and spoon and tea pot stand.
Banquet At Savanah Lodge In Alcona
Banquet at Savanah Lodge in Alcona 1946-47: At left: Mr. and Mrs. Orville (Verna) Todd Behind them: Tom Donnelly, Wilfred Stewart, Mrs. Stewart Lady and gentleman centre front: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eldridge Front right: Mrs. G.C. Allan (Mrs. Gavin Allan), IHS2777
Barbara Parsons And Jim Lowens
Barbara Parsons and Jim Lowens set out from the FW Dallimore ice house, Part of WH Lot 26, Concession 10. Fred Dallimore bought the ice business from Wilbur Black in the mid 1930's and ran it successfully until 1946 when it was sold to George Weatherill., IHS4316
Bariy Family
Gothic type house in Lefroy east of the railway, north side. Since burnt down. Owned by the Barry family., IHS3534
Barn At Somers Homestead
Barn at Somers Homestead Further Information is available at the Knock Heritage Site, IHS3222
Barn In Winter
The barn of Arthur Little in winter, which was later inherited by his son William., IHS707
Barn On Pearson Property
Photo of the barn at SH Lot 2, Concession 10, Innisfil, taken on May of 2002 by Ray Crane, Grandson of William Pearson. According to notes left me by my parents, Francis Crane and Noleata (Pearson) Crane, the foundation of this barn was built shortly after by Noleata's parents William Pearson and Rhoda (Hubbert) Pearson, in 1893. In writing of the "Family History", Francis Crane recounts that William Pearson once told him that he contracted out the building of the foundation for the sum of one humdred dollars. In addition he provided all the materials and boarded the three men. Information as to the raising of the top part of the barn I do not have., IHS4085
Barn Raising
Barn at Cookstown is Raised by Hand!
Barn Raising
Raising of a barn with a stone foundation., IHS129
Barn Raising
A barn Raising for Jim Leonard.
Barn Raising
Photo of a large number of men standing on the site of a barn raising, posing for the photograph. The raising of a barn was a labour intensive task that required the use of many hands, so it often turned into a community event where neighbours would help build each other's barns. The date and location of this barn raising is unknown, but it does demonstrate that this was a predominantly male activity. Rolling hills are visible in the background, and the foundations of the barn or a fence are visible in the foreground., IHS83
Barn Raising
Barn Raising - Agricultural Buildings., IHS881
Barn Raising
Barn raising, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril McDonald's farm, June 1932. The people in the photo did the construction on the barn. Billie Rowell helped with the construction. Also: Howard Ferrier, Lloyd Annis, Kenneth McDonald, Robert Ferrier. Others, unknown. Agriculture buildings. Stone foundation., IHS1458
Barn Raising
Barn Raising in Innisfil Township. Jim Leonard. Agriculture building., IHS84
Barn Raising
Barn Raising. Agriculture building. Note the structure., IHS882
Barn Raising
Barn Raising., IHS1459
Barn Raising
Barn Raising in Innisfil., IHS1950

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