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Home located at 209 Bayfield Street2022-12-03T11:05:25-05:00
Home at 209 Bayfield Street2022-12-03T11:03:11-05:00
A view of the John Weir House at 58 Collier Street and Cusden’s Pharmacy2022-11-03T17:29:53-04:00
A semi-detached home located at 2-4 Innisfil Street2022-10-29T17:42:01-04:00
The back of the former Brown & Company seed store2022-10-21T18:30:38-04:00
A view of the back of the Boys Block from the water. The Brown and Company Seed warehouse can be seen on far left2022-10-21T18:23:34-04:00
The doorway to the former Brown and Company seed business on Dunlop Street East. The iron columns were made at the Sewery Foundry2022-10-21T18:11:56-04:00
The home at 228 Dunlop Street East once belong to seedsman J.J. Brown2022-10-21T15:59:27-04:00
The former home of seedsman J.J. Brown2022-10-21T15:54:54-04:00
The former home of J.J. Brown of Brown’s Seeds at 228 Dunlop Street East2022-10-21T15:34:52-04:00
Belleview was built at 93 Berczy Street in the 1870’s for Jonathan Henderson a local hardware merchant2022-09-02T20:25:02-04:00
A home at 2 Penetang Street2022-07-30T22:52:41-04:00
The home at 214 Dunlop Street West was built about 1900 for George Richard Warnica and his wife Mary2022-07-23T13:16:33-04:00
Houses at 117 and 113 Owen Street2022-07-02T21:55:31-04:00
Barrie Collegiate Institute rugby team after defeating Orillia 29-02022-05-13T20:21:00-04:00
Barrie Tannery businessman and Mason John Sinclair2022-05-13T19:21:20-04:00
The former home of Barrie Tannery icon John Sinclair and Barrie mayor Peter Sinclair, located at 42 Toronto Street2022-05-13T18:57:11-04:00
Looking North on Bradford Street at the Barrie Tanning Company2022-05-13T18:37:55-04:00
Claireaux located at 52 High Street was the home of Post. Office INspector Daniel Spry2022-05-09T11:00:59-04:00
The former home of Burton Bros. Lumber bookkeeper Andrew Urquhart at 166 Collier Street2022-04-29T07:36:08-04:00
The former home of merchant and Registrar of Deeds, George Vickers2022-04-09T15:43:23-04:00
A cabinet card photograph of a young gentleman, taken by John Stephens2022-03-31T12:06:06-04:00
A cabinet card photograph of a woman and girl, by John Stephens2022-03-31T12:03:36-04:00
A cabinet card photo of a young boy taken by John Stephens (front)2022-03-31T12:00:35-04:00
A cabinet card photo of a young boy taken by John Stephens (back)2022-03-31T11:57:45-04:00
A cabinet card photo of a gentleman, taken by John Stephens (front)2022-03-31T11:55:19-04:00
A cabinet card photo of a gentleman, taken by John Stephens (back)2022-03-31T11:51:49-04:00
The East side of the Ardagh row houses built in the 1860’s at the corner of Owen and Worsley Streets2022-03-25T11:42:48-04:00
The Ardaph cottages were built in the 1860’s by former mayor William D. Ardagh at 70 Worsley Street2022-03-25T11:37:36-04:00
Looking at the Ardagh cottages at the corner of Owen and Worsley Streets2022-03-25T11:40:00-04:00
The home of former Barrie Town Clerk and Treasurer Arthur Wellington Smith at 144 Maple Avenue2022-03-05T10:45:56-05:00
A rear view of a house and Barrie Auto on Collier Street2022-02-12T09:45:05-05:00
An apartment house at 70 Collier Street, built in the 1800’s, was demolished to build to Municipal Savings and Loan tower, which later became City Hall2022-02-11T19:41:19-05:00
A postcard view looking West from Five Points at Dunlop Street East2022-02-11T14:07:36-05:00
House located at 21 Collier Street. Cancilla Fruit Warehouse is at the rear of the building2022-02-11T13:25:59-05:00
Cancilla’s Fruit Warehouse located at the rear of 21 Collier Street2022-02-11T13:21:51-05:00
John and Wiliam Tordiff, owners of the Barrie Creamery on Collier Street from 1917-19302022-01-27T08:59:18-05:00
Inside the Barrie Creamery located on Collier Street in the former Fisher Flour Mill (Barrie Milling Company)2022-01-27T08:56:06-05:00
The Reform Episcopal Church at 39 Collier Street was designed by architect Thomas Kennedy2022-01-16T10:33:26-05:00
This 1887 home was designed by architect Thomas Kennedy for Simcoe Hotel proprietor Michael Shanacy2022-01-16T10:15:07-05:00
Lilac Villa was the home of Barrie architect Thomas Kennedy (1849-1916)2022-01-16T09:22:45-05:00
The restoration of the historic Thomas Kennedy home, Lilac Villa, on Owen Street2022-01-16T09:15:34-05:00
Historic Lilac Villa, the Thomas Kennedy house, had a house fire in 20172022-01-16T09:07:21-05:00
A view of the Simmons Coat Store and signature bear, in the McCarthy Block on Dunlop Street East2022-01-09T17:39:49-05:00
Looking East on Dunlop Street from Five Points, cyclists in the foreground2022-01-09T16:47:18-05:00
The C.A. Perkins store was located in the McCarthy Block on Dunlop Street East, between Five Points and Memorial Square2022-01-09T16:39:08-05:00
A view of the McCarthy Block on the South side of Dunlop Street East between Five Points and Memorial Square2022-01-09T16:33:50-05:00
The sign above Empke’s Hardware on Dunlop Street East2022-01-06T19:34:05-05:00
Evacuation at a building fire on Dunlop Street East2022-01-06T19:15:45-05:00
The James Walsh Soda Water Manufactory was located at Sophia and Clapperton Streets2022-01-06T17:43:48-05:00
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