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Fire in Tamblyn Drug Store at Five Points in December2020-03-30T16:46:03-04:00
Fire at Tamblyn and Harry A Smith drug stores Five Points in December. Temperature was reported to be 34 degrees below zero Farenheit2020-03-30T16:43:04-04:00
Drug store located at 6 Dunlop Street likely the location of Harry A. Smith pharmacy2020-03-30T16:38:54-04:00
A view of the North side of Dunlop Street just west of Mulcaster Street2020-03-30T14:57:59-04:00
A group of women from Collier Street United Church2020-03-22T18:15:39-04:00
Collier Street United Church and manse2020-03-22T18:10:35-04:00
The steeple of Collier Street United Church2020-03-22T16:37:59-04:00
Looking West on Collier Street at Collier Street United Church and Sunday School building2020-03-22T16:39:32-04:00
The cornerstone of Collier Street Methodist Church2020-03-22T16:40:58-04:00
A side view of the entrance to Collier Street United Church. The manse can be seen on the left and Lally House on the right2020-03-22T16:41:33-04:00
A view of Kempenfelt Bay likely during the winter carnival2020-03-22T16:42:45-04:00
Looking North at Highway 400 from the Sunnidale Road overpass2020-03-22T16:43:21-04:00
Looking up Sunnidale Road from Wellington Street West on a snowy day2020-03-22T16:44:06-04:00
87 Wellington Street West was owned by Mrs. Audrey V. Halfyard from 1938-19972020-03-22T14:40:18-04:00
87 Wellington Street West was owned by the Buchanan family until 1938 then Mrs. Audrey V. Halfyard from 1938-19972020-03-22T14:36:42-04:00
Barrie Central class 10B. Girl in middle front row is Mary Ann Hamilton, then Theresa Gray and Jacquetta Marshall to the left2020-03-22T14:26:35-04:00
Looking West on Theresa Street towards Berczy Street2020-03-16T20:27:33-04:00
An advertisement for Scott’s Books which was located at Dunlop Street2020-03-16T20:18:01-04:00
Alex Scott’s book store and R.A. Douglas’ jewelry store were tenants at 80 Dunlop Street in the Bothwell Block2020-03-16T20:13:13-04:00
This Second Empire style home at 105 Toronto Street was built for American stave manufacturer Charles W. Robinson in 1872. It was sold in 1887 to Martin Burton, a lumber dealer2020-03-16T20:02:58-04:00
A view of an apartment building built about 1880 and the Armory on Mulcaster Street2020-03-14T14:58:00-04:00
A view of buildings from the 1800’s located at the corner of Dunlop and Mulcaster Streets2020-03-14T14:05:28-04:00
A sideview of 128 Dunlop Street East and 18 Mulcaster Street, once S. Varley’s grocery in the 1800s, the Full Gospel Tabernacle in the 1950’s and now the Pizzeria Italia2020-03-14T13:13:26-04:00
A view of Carley’s Boat Works and lakeshore2020-02-10T12:38:56-04:00
74 High Street, built in 1907 for Harold Dyment, son of Simon Dyment2020-02-09T16:40:17-04:00
A fire on January 22, 1979 destroys the upper floor of 80 Dunlop Street East2020-02-08T19:29:05-04:00
The Barrie fire hall on the South East corner of Collier and Mulcaster Streets2020-02-07T21:14:09-04:00
Advertisement from the Simcoe County Gazetteer for the steamer Ida Burton2020-02-07T16:44:17-04:00
Looking East at Levi Carley’s wharf at the foor of Mulcaster Street at a steam yacht, the Mayflower, owned by a Mr. Stevenson2020-02-07T10:42:52-04:00
Royal Victoria Hospital on Ross Street was built in 19032020-01-29T19:52:50-04:00
The Royal Victoria Hospital at 76 Ross Street open on March 5, 1903 on land donated by Archibald Thomson2020-01-29T19:50:08-04:00
The Barrie General Hospital (later renamed Royal Victoria Hospital) opened on June 22, 1897 in the former Fletcher house at 63 High Street2020-01-29T19:45:26-04:00
The Fletcher House at 63 High Street would later become the Barrie General Hospital2020-01-29T19:41:59-04:00
Looking East at Duff Grocer located on Dunlop Street at Memorial Square2020-01-25T14:24:16-04:00
McKeggie and Company bank was located at 59 Dunlop Street and Memorial Square2020-01-25T14:13:47-04:00
The ‘Gardens’ at the foot of Owen Street, this area was referred to as Station Gore, Memorial, Post Office or Fred Grant Square2020-01-25T13:40:15-04:00
A Memorial Square water fountain donated to the citizens of Barrie and district in 1891 by the Bank of Toronto. The fountain was refinished in 1953.2020-01-25T13:02:03-04:00
Looking East down Dunlop Street from Clapperton Street. The Bank of Toronto and Dominion House can be seen2020-01-17T16:22:06-04:00
The graceful Georgian townhome at 58 Collier Street built in 1845 by John Weir2020-01-15T18:03:51-04:00
Barrie waterworks stand pipe on Codrington Street which was removed in 19842020-01-15T17:41:34-04:00
Former First Baptist Church building located at the Souteast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-15T17:18:14-04:00
Men hauling timber for the war effort stand near the Clarkson House hotel at the North East corner of Mulcaster and Dunlop Streets2020-01-15T17:13:01-04:00
First Baptist Church located at the Southeast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-15T17:08:15-04:00
Looking East along the shoreline from the bottom of Toronto Street2020-01-11T17:32:34-04:00
Baptist Church at the Southeast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-11T17:28:16-04:00
The homes located at 64 and 66 Collier Street that were demolished to build the Civic Square Tower2019-11-07T08:49:09-04:00
The Civic Square Tower under construction between the Salvation Army citadel and the American Hotel on Collier Street2019-11-07T08:33:14-04:00
The building of the Civic Square tower on Collier Street is in progress2019-11-06T14:52:23-04:00
Former Barrie Hardware store located at 40 Bayfield Street that was owned by John L. Coffey2019-11-05T21:12:17-04:00
Looking from the water towards Memorial Square and the Wilson Building2019-11-04T20:15:10-04:00