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The Canadian Tire store at the corner of High Street and Dunlop Street West2023-11-26T21:06:04-05:00
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 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
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
Claireaux located at 52 High Street was the home of Post. Office INspector Daniel Spry2022-05-09T11:00:59-04:00
Looking at the South side of the form John Talbot Dyment home on the South West corner of Dunlop and High Streets2021-09-27T18:27:24-04:00
Looking at the former home of John Talbot Dyment located at the corner of High and Dunlop Streets2021-09-27T18:24:36-04:00
-A building near Simcoe Street and the waterfront is demolished2021-09-16T21:53:30-04:00
Ted’s Barbershop on High Street South of Dunlop Street2020-05-14T11:21:13-04:00
The McKay-Hogg Woolen Mills located on the West side of High Street South of Elizabeth Street2020-05-06T21:01:02-04:00
74 High Street, built in 1907 for Harold Dyment, son of Simon Dyment2020-02-09T16:40:17-05:00
The Barrie General Hospital (later renamed Royal Victoria Hospital) opened on June 22, 1897 in the former Fletcher house at 63 High Street2020-01-29T19:45:26-05:00
The Fletcher House at 63 High Street would later become the Barrie General Hospital2020-01-29T19:41:59-05:00
A view from the water of Simcoe Street and buildings on Bradford Street2019-10-31T19:42:46-04:00
Residence at 72 High Street, originally belonging to the Dyment family.2020-10-14T20:28:50-04:00
Residence on the West side of High Street North of Dunlop Street.2017-05-29T18:28:52-04:00
Rowanhurst, on the North East corner of High Street. Originally built by Nathaniel Dyment, this home was later owned by the Hart and Cancilla families.2019-11-14T16:01:29-05:00
Residences on the West side of High Street, numbers 60, 62 and 63.2019-07-22T10:11:54-04:00
Maude Minnikin poses at our home on 10 High Street.2016-12-10T21:32:34-05:00
An older gentlemen poses in front car at the bottom of High Street.2016-09-07T01:13:38-04:00
74 High Street built in 1907 for Harold M. Dyment, is now a retirement home.2016-09-11T14:18:20-04:00
Maplehurst at 72 High Street was built in 1883 by Nathanial Dyment for his son Simon.2016-09-05T22:26:10-04:00
Shoe factory owner Ross H. Underhill built this home at 60 High Street in 1929.2016-09-05T22:26:07-04:00
A lady waits outside her car at the bottom of High Street, where it turns into Simcoe Street.2016-09-05T17:59:20-04:00
George Lount built Glenholme at 62-64 High Street in 1872. The Barrie mayor from 1951-52, Marjorie Hamilton, lived in this home.2016-09-05T17:59:16-04:00
72 High Street known as Maplehurst was built in 1883 by Nathaniel Dyment.2021-03-13T19:28:00-05:00
Jane and Reta Dyment on horses behind 72 High Street.2017-11-14T08:21:14-05:00
Howard Dyment in front of John Dyment’s home at the corner of High and Elizabeth Streets.2016-09-05T17:21:55-04:00
Stone’s Upholstering at the intersection of High and Simcoe Streets.2016-09-05T17:02:03-04:00
Simcoe Radiator building on the West side of Simcoe Street at the bottom of High Street.2016-09-05T17:02:02-04:00
Postcard Looking East down Dunlop Street from High Street.2016-09-05T16:31:57-04:00
Young children pose outside of 10 High Street.2016-09-05T16:04:24-04:00
Harvey Minnikin and Gordon Muir pose out front of 10 High Street.2016-09-05T16:03:26-04:00
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