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This home at 80 Owen Street was built about 18742024-01-10T20:59:24-05:00
Home at 80 Owen Street possibly built in 1874 by George Brown2024-01-10T21:01:40-05:00
The Barrie Temperance Band near the Barrie Railway Station in Memorial Square2023-12-14T19:13:37-05:00
Construction of government dock at the foot of Bayfield Street2023-11-26T21:09:52-05:00
The Canadian Tire store at the corner of High Street and Dunlop Street West2023-11-26T21:06:04-05:00
Looking North at Highway 400 and the ramp to Bayfield Street2023-11-26T21:00:38-05:00
The Canadian Tire Store when it was located at the corner of Dunlop Street West and High Streets2023-11-26T20:53:59-05:00
The first Trinity Church was built in 1835 on Berczy Street2023-11-18T09:12:16-05:00
The cenotaph in Memorial Square2023-11-09T20:13:12-05:00
A display of Sir Robert Barrie artifacts located at Barrie City Hall2023-10-27T16:27:22-04:00
The home at 88 Sophia Street East was designed by Eustace Bird for his mother Amy Bird2023-09-23T19:44:37-04:00
The former home of Post Office Inspector Daniel Spry and wife Mary Fortier Spry2023-09-19T20:15:47-04:00
Aggie Dyment Laing opening Christmas gifts at 74 High Street2023-08-19T21:16:06-04:00
A picture from the dining room of Harold Dyment’s home at 74 High Street2023-08-19T21:06:09-04:00
Built in 1907 for Harold Dyment is 74 High Street2023-08-19T20:39:20-04:00
The home of Harold Dyment at 74 High Street was built in 19072023-08-19T20:28:27-04:00
A lavish holiday buffet in the dining room of 74 High Street2023-08-19T21:11:43-04:00
A Christmas buffet in the dining room of 74 High Street with John Laing, Aggie Dyment Laing, Mrs. Bill Dyment and daughter Marilyn2023-08-19T19:56:09-04:00
One of Nathaniel Dyment’s Brookdale Stables King’s Plate trophies2023-08-19T14:41:08-04:00
Harold Dyment’s champion cocker spaniel Brookdale Violet’s trophy and results book donated to the Canadian Kennel Club2023-08-19T13:54:39-04:00
A triple frame dog print from the library of Harold Dyment of 74 High Street2023-08-19T13:48:17-04:00
Early 1900 print of a bulldog from the 74 High Street library of Harold Dyment2023-08-19T13:42:07-04:00
Hepplewhite furniture from the Harold Dyment home at 74 High Street2023-08-19T13:37:34-04:00
Leather chairs from the library of the Harold Dyment home at 74 High Street2023-08-19T13:34:12-04:00
Two gentlemen by the fire – a print from the library of the Harold Dyment home at 74 High Street2023-08-19T13:30:25-04:00
Rear of Rowanhurst, the Nathaniel Dyment home at Dunlop and High Streets2023-08-12T20:53:10-04:00
View of Rowanhurst and coach house, built for Nathaniel Dyment2023-08-12T20:50:22-04:00
The front of Rowanhurst, built for Nathaniel Dyment2023-08-12T20:46:45-04:00
Built in 1907 for Harold Dyment and Agnes Campbell at 74 High Street2023-08-11T21:21:16-04:00
Aggie and John Laing at a holiday party in their 74 High Street home2023-08-11T21:08:51-04:00
A large holiday party at the 74 High Street home of Aggie and John Laing2023-08-11T21:03:56-04:00
Baking fruitcakes at Kinzie Swiss Maid Foods Ltd 205 Dunlop Street East2023-07-19T13:19:56-04:00
The former home of Roy Lem located at 203 Dunlop Street West2023-07-15T15:03:40-04:00
Originally built for M.H.Spencer as a tea store, 39 Dunlop Street West was the first location of Robinson Hardware, then Roy Lem Cafe2023-07-15T14:40:07-04:00
The first location of Robinson Hardware at 39 Dunlop Street West2023-07-14T19:11:08-04:00
William and Jane Caldwell with family members in the 1890’s2023-07-08T14:07:20-04:00
The rear of 149 Collier Street built in 18652023-07-08T12:56:41-04:00
A view of the Caldwell home at 149 Collier Street2023-07-08T12:45:40-04:00
Gary Caldwell plays on a tricycle in the backyard of 149 Collier Street2023-07-08T12:37:30-04:00
Gary Caldwell in the backyard of 149 Collier Street2023-07-08T12:29:27-04:00
Side view of the parapet roof and stone foundation of 149 Collier Street built in 18652023-07-08T12:19:31-04:00
Paired arched windows with seeded glass over the front entrance of 149 Collier Street built in 18652023-07-08T12:23:06-04:00
Marilyn Caldwell King stands at the front door of 149 Collier Street, built in 1865 by William Caldwell2023-07-08T12:03:35-04:00
Looking out of the original bubbled glass windows at 149 Collier Street built in 18652023-07-08T11:58:33-04:00
The demolition of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce on the North side of Dunlop Street. A new bank was built on the same site2023-07-08T11:39:50-04:00
John Street (Maple Avenue) looking South from Ross Street2023-06-28T13:09:08-04:00
Daughter Frankie ask her father Fred Warren to watch her ride her bike at their Mary Street home2023-06-03T22:21:21-04:00
Warren family and friends in the vessel ‘Margaret’ on Kempenfelt Bay2023-06-03T22:13:50-04:00
Wihelmina Warren (left) at the side of her home at 83 Mary Street2023-06-03T21:53:58-04:00
Can’t Catch Me is the caption of this photo of Wilhelmina Warren in the lane of her Mary Street home2023-06-03T21:44:34-04:00
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