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The Harrison-Lower house was located at the North West corner of Collier and Clapperton Streets2021-10-15T21:23:44-04:00
Looking North on Bayfield Street towards the Simcoe Hotel during the ‘Big Dig’ in the summer of 19892021-07-26T15:52:10-04:00
Looking West on Collier Street at the corner of Clapperton Street2021-07-07T20:45:09-04:00
The front entrance to ‘Ardtrea’, Thomas McConkey’s home at 101 Clapperton Street2021-06-16T20:10:38-04:00
Ardtrea, located at 101 Clapperton Street was built in the 1870’s for Thomas D. McConkey2021-06-16T20:05:28-04:00
Looking Northwest at ‘Ardtrea’ Thomas McConkey’s home2021-06-16T19:59:15-04:00
A stained glass window on the West side of ‘Ardtrea’ located at 101 Clapperton Street2021-06-16T19:52:45-04:00
The decorative chimney stacks and bargeboard of Thomas D. McConkey’s ‘Ardtrea’ located at 101 Clapperton Street2021-06-16T19:48:10-04:00
A postcard looking East on Dunlop Street from Five Points2021-01-24T12:32:39-05:00
Looking West on Collier Street at the corner of Clapperton Street2020-04-23T17:45:54-04:00
Looking up the West side of Clapperton Street from Collier Street at the washout from a flood2020-04-23T17:07:15-04:00
The Northwest corner of Collier and Clapperton Streets.2020-05-14T11:46:41-04:00
Clapperton Street North of Five Points. The back of the Simcoe Hotel, some outbuildings and Clark’s Furnishings can be seen2020-04-22T15:38:15-04:00
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
Looking East down Dunlop Street from Clapperton Street. The Bank of Toronto and Dominion House can be seen2020-01-17T16:22:06-05:00
Former First Baptist Church building located at the Souteast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-15T17:18:14-05:00
First Baptist Church located at the Southeast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-15T17:08:15-05:00
Baptist Church at the Southeast corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets2020-01-11T17:28:16-05:00
Looking East along Dunlop Street from Clapperton Street, the Summersett House in the left foreground2019-09-09T12:06:46-04:00
Looking East on Dunlop Street from Clapperton Street at the Summersett House and Dominion House2019-09-06T21:38:17-04:00
Looking East from Five Points at the Bank of Toronto and Dominion House on the North side of Dunlop Street2019-09-06T20:32:08-04:00
North side of Dunlop Street between Clapperton and Owen Streets. The roofs of the Victoria school and Trinity Anglican Church can be seen in the background.2019-01-09T07:23:20-05:00
A side view of the Flat Iron Grill located at the Five Points viewed from Clapperton Street.2017-05-30T23:29:04-04:00
Looking towards the Simcoe Hotel at Five Points Where Dunlop Street, Clapperton Street and Bayfield Street intersect.2017-03-03T11:28:04-05:00
Firefighters fight the fire that took out Beauty Box Salon on the North West corner of Clapperton and Collier Streets. The property would later be purchased by Royal Bank.2017-02-14T13:49:51-05:00
Junior Choir at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street performs their Christmas program.2017-02-06T09:32:09-05:00
Doris Biynies Sunday School class at First Baptist Church outside the Sinclair House on Clapperton Street.2017-02-06T09:32:28-05:00
Junior Choir at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-02-06T09:32:50-05:00
Sunday School graduates of First Baptist Church outside the Sinclair House on Clapperton Street.2017-02-06T09:33:02-05:00
Exterior of First Baptist Church on the corner of Clapperton and Worsley Streets.2017-02-08T13:49:53-05:00
Young people gather for a Sunday School class at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-02-08T13:54:04-05:00
Waldman house the first parsonage of First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-02-08T13:56:48-05:00
Exterior sign at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-02-08T13:58:34-05:00
Exterior of First Baptist Church on the corner of Worsley and Clapperton Streets.2017-02-08T13:59:47-05:00
Exterior sign for First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-02-08T13:59:59-05:00
First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street goes up for sale before their move to Grove Street.2017-02-08T14:01:02-05:00
Sinclair House used as offices and meeting space for First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-02-08T14:01:12-05:00
Primary Sunday School students at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-01-25T10:06:00-05:00
Primary Sunday School class at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-01-25T10:05:11-05:00
Primary Sunday School Department at First Baptist Church on Clapperton Street.2017-01-25T10:05:24-05:00
Aerial view of Downtown Barrie, showing Five Points area and shoreline of Kempenfelt Bay.2017-01-12T20:25:40-05:00
Town Crier, Steve Travers, telling stories at Five Points.2016-11-06T10:14:17-05:00
History of 101 Clapperton Street.2016-09-13T17:42:38-04:00
Looking at buildings on the corner of Collier and Clapperton Streets.2016-09-11T18:56:34-04:00
101 Clapperton Street was built in the mid 1870s.2016-09-11T18:19:30-04:00
History of 101 Clapperton Street.2016-09-11T00:21:00-04:00
Marching parades, ice harvest on Lake Simcoe, fire at Dunlop and Clapperton, fire on Dunlop Street East next to Empke Hardware and Monkman’s Drugs, Montreal trip, Dunlop Street East footage.2021-05-25T14:41:56-04:00
Postcard showing Five Points, Dunlop Street East and West, Bayfield Street on the left and Clapperton Street on the right.2016-09-06T17:49:04-04:00
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