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The Ontario Buildings were erected in 1876 after a fire destroyed the north side of Dunlop Street between Clapperton and Owen Streets2020-11-28T10:49:38-05:00
In the 1880’s, Rice’s Cigar Store and Bath Rooms were located in this building2020-11-20T15:36:27-05:00
The T. Sidsworth and Son bakery on McDonald Street2020-11-12T12:48:38-05:00
Located at 113 Collier Street, this house was once home to Mayor FEP Pepler, Joseph Anderton and Judge Ronald Gunn2020-11-07T10:30:11-05:00
Ardraven was built in 1845 by the Strathy family. It later became Ovenden College (closed in 1950) and demolished in 19682020-11-06T19:46:15-05:00
The home of former Mayor F.E.P. Pepler, located at 113 Collier Street2020-11-06T18:30:22-05:00
Simpson’s Simcoe Steam Brewery at 10 Mary Street was later owned by the Anderton family2020-11-03T13:17:56-05:00
Ice harvesting on Kempenfelt Bay. The Anderton’s Fair View Brewery on Victoria Street can be seen in the background to the right2020-11-03T13:12:47-05:00
Carnoevar located at 5 Wellington Street East was built in 1863 for barrister D’Alton McCarthy2020-11-03T12:05:47-05:00
A view of the Lakeview Dairy and restaurant located at 185 Dunlop Street East2020-10-24T17:04:38-04:00
Home located at 84 Wellington Street East that was designed by Eustace Bird2020-10-20T10:51:33-04:00
Home at 84 Wellington Street East designed by architect Eustace Bird2020-10-20T10:43:04-04:00
Former home of Alfred J. Carson at 77 Mary Street. Carson owned a tonsorial parlor located in a Dunlop Street cigar shop2020-10-19T17:37:35-04:00
S.S. No 12 now on Ferndale Drive was originally part of Vespra Township2020-10-16T21:41:43-04:00
Vespra Township S.S. No 12 on Ferndale Drive opened in 18992020-10-16T21:37:45-04:00
The North side of the old Vespra Township S.S. No 12 located on Ferndale Drive2020-10-16T21:31:43-04:00
The North side of Pearson House (18 Mary Street)2020-10-10T22:54:24-04:00
The Southern view (side) of the additions made to Pearson House in the 19th century2020-10-10T22:47:00-04:00
Looking North on Mary Street at the John Pearson House2020-10-10T22:29:54-04:00
Looking out a basement window, where the kitchen and sevant quarters were located in Pearson House2020-10-10T21:23:29-04:00
A view of John Pearson house, built in the mid 1840’s2020-10-10T21:15:02-04:00
The curved staircase inside the Pearson House on Mary Street2020-10-10T21:02:32-04:00
The John Pearson house on Mary Street was built in the mid 1840’s2020-10-10T20:54:43-04:00
Looking West from Poyntz Street at the court house on Worsley Street2020-10-10T16:19:54-04:00
The original county courthouse of 1843 was incorporated into the 1877 enlarged building that was later demolished in 19772020-10-10T16:03:53-04:00
The original county courthouse2020-10-10T15:58:17-04:00
The courthouse which was built in 1877 is being demolished2020-10-10T15:28:49-04:00
A view of the Clarkson Hotel on Dunlop Street, the Ladies entrance on Mulcaster Street2020-09-23T17:33:59-04:00
Looking East from the Fire Hall tower at Collier Street, the Methodist church and the Victoria Hotel2020-09-23T12:32:03-04:00
Mrs. Saso inside the Barrie Fruit Market at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Maple Avenue2020-09-16T16:27:20-04:00
John Saso’s Barrie Fruit Market at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Maple Avenue2020-09-16T15:42:13-04:00
Back Row – Rev. Don Jay, Rev. Dennis Posno, Robert and Bruce Halfyard. Front Row – Mary MacDonald, Audrey Halfyard Monk, Audrey V. Halfyard (celebrating 100 years), Janice Laking2020-09-12T19:04:06-04:00
Wellington Street looking West from the apartment building at the corner of Wellington and Ross Streets2020-09-12T18:41:37-04:00
Looking at the North side of Dunlop Street just West of Mulcaster Street2020-09-11T19:53:45-04:00
Looking North at the corner of Dunlop Street East and Mulcaster Street2020-09-11T19:21:36-04:00
The North side of Dunlop Street between Owen and Mulcaster Streets2020-09-11T18:52:41-04:00
The staircase inside front entrance of 90 Mulcaster Street, a former convent2020-08-27T21:35:56-04:00
Barriston Law was a one-time occupant of the Sisters of St. Joseph convent at 90 Mulcaster Street2020-08-27T21:26:30-04:00
Looking East at the South side of Dunlop Street from 119 towards Mulcaster Street2020-08-27T20:15:44-04:00
Looking West on Collier Street at Barrie City Hall2020-08-27T19:59:35-04:00
Looking East at Duff Grocer located on Dunlop Street at Memorial Square2020-08-27T19:54:56-04:00
Dougall Brothers Furniture about 16 Dunlop Street East2020-08-27T19:44:17-04:00
The interior of St. Mary’s church on Mulcaster Street, built in 1872 and designed by Shearman Bird2020-08-27T19:38:42-04:00
The first Sacred Heart of Mary church and buriel grounds were on the East side of Mulcaster Street just North of the jail.2020-08-27T19:35:39-04:00
St.Mary’s church was designed by Shearman Bird and built in 1872. The deanery and church were located on Mulcaster Street2020-08-27T19:31:36-04:00
The old Barrie Post Office on the South East corner of Collier and Owen Streets. The Barrie Mill and Fire Hall can be seen further East on Collier Street2020-08-27T19:26:05-04:00
Cadet inspection on Dunlop Street between Owen and Clapperton Streets on May 20, 19482020-08-28T09:46:11-04:00
A band from Central Collegiate marches west on Dunlop Street May 15, 1948 as part of Cadet inspection2020-08-28T09:45:31-04:00
A view of National Trust and Dollarama, one time TD Bank and Zeller’s, from Owen Street.2020-08-07T11:57:27-04:00
Barrie Central class 10B. Bob Halfyard 2nd from left in row two. Girls in middle front row are Mary Ann Hamilton, Theresa Gray and Jacquetta Marshall to the left2020-08-28T09:45:03-04:00
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