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Looking down Mulcaster Street towards Worsley and Collier Streets. Collier Street Methodist Church, Dougall’s Furniture and Market Square can be seen2020-07-03T14:54:16-04:00
A view from the fire hall tower looking up Mulcaster Street2020-07-03T14:47:09-04:00
Cliff Carley sits behind the driver of a horse-drawn fire truck in front of the Market Building in Market Square2020-04-24T16:56:57-04:00
Looking North East at the Market Building on Mulcaster and Collier Streets.2017-05-29T18:38:09-04:00
Mayor Willard Kinzie rides in a cart while a horse makes its last trip to the Farmer’s Market in Mulcaster Street.2019-07-22T10:02:40-04:00
Remains of City Hall (Market Building) at Mulcaster and Collier Streets after its demolition.2017-02-28T23:12:24-05:00
Rubble is cleared after the demolition of City Hall (Market Building) at Collier and Mulcaster Streets.2017-02-28T23:11:29-05:00
Market Building on Mulcaster Street taken from the roof of the Fire Hall on Collier Street.2017-02-08T14:16:06-05:00
Market Building on Mulcaster Street taken looking East on Collier Street.2017-02-06T23:02:17-05:00
Aerial shot looking over Collier, Mulcaster and Poyntz Streets.2017-02-06T23:11:35-05:00
Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee Letter About The Historical Significance of City Hall.2016-09-11T02:58:49-04:00
Val Brucker’s City Hall Speech petitioning to save City Hall.2016-09-11T00:35:37-04:00
Market Building, later used as Town Hall and then as City Hall on Mulcaster Street.2016-11-17T13:35:24-05:00
View of City Hall from the foot of Mulcaster Street during the Barrie Winter Carnival.2016-09-06T18:47:24-04:00
Final meeting of Barrie City Council in the old City Hall Building (Market Building) on Mulcaster Street (1).2016-09-06T04:34:54-04:00
Final meeting of Barrie City Council in the old City Hall Building (Market Building) on Mulcaster Street (3).2016-09-06T04:34:37-04:00
Final meeting of Barrie City Council in the old City Hall Building (Market Building) on Mulcaster Street (4).2016-09-06T04:34:36-04:00
Final meeting of Barrie City Council in the old City Hall Building (Market Building) on Mulcaster Street (7).2016-09-06T04:34:35-04:00
Final meeting of Barrie City Council in the old City Hall Building (Market Building) on Mulcaster Street (5).2016-09-06T04:34:34-04:00
Final meeting of Barrie City Council in the old City Hall Building (Market Building) on Mulcaster Street (6).2016-09-06T04:34:33-04:00
Civic leaders participare in a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Arch outlining the Market Building on Mulcaster Street (1).2016-09-06T04:34:06-04:00
Civic leaders participare in a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Arch outlining the Market Building on Mulcaster Street (2).2016-09-06T04:34:05-04:00
Civic leaders participare in a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Arch outlining the Market Building on Mulcaster Street (5).2016-09-06T04:33:53-04:00
Civic leaders participare in a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Arch outlining the Market Building on Mulcaster Street (3).2016-09-06T04:33:52-04:00
Civic leaders participare in a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Arch outlining the Market Building on Mulcaster Street (4).2016-09-06T04:33:51-04:00
Mayor Grant Mayor opens the newly renovated Town Hall. Formerly the Market Building on Mulcaster Street.2016-11-20T16:20:26-05:00
The Market Building on Mulcaster Street, later to be renovated and used as Town Hall in the 1940’s and as City Hall from 1959 until it was demolished in 1985.2017-02-09T14:08:52-05:00
Postcard showing sailboats in front of Carley’s Boathouse at the foot of Mulcaster Street.2016-09-05T16:31:48-04:00
Postcard showing City Hall, formerly the Market Building on Mulcaster Street.2016-09-05T16:28:50-04:00
Postcard looking West at the Market Building on Mulcaster Street.2016-09-05T16:18:43-04:00
Heritage Barrie’s response pertaining To Sam Cancilla’s Plans For City Hall.2016-09-11T02:51:21-04:00
Looking over Mulcaster and Collier Streets from the Jail. Collier Street United Church is seen on the left, the Market Building is seen on the right.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
Looking at the Market Building on Mulcaster Street. The smokestack of Dougall’s Furniture Factory can be see at the rear of the Market Building.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Looking the back of the Market Building on Mulcaster Street.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Delivery of Reapers and Mowers Parade in front of the American Hotel (Yank) and newly renovated (1877) Market Building looking East on Collier Street.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
Looking North East at the Market Building on Mulcaster Street after its 1877 renovation and enlargement.2016-07-08T18:22:31-04:00
A large postcard showing City Hall before its demolition in 1985.2016-07-08T04:49:32-04:00
Commonly referred to as Archer’s Arch, this green arch outlines the Market Building which once stood on Mulcaster Street. Beginning in 1948 it served as Town/City Hall until it was demolished in the Spring of 1985.2016-07-06T20:46:33-04:00
A horse-drawn fire truck carries the driver and passenger, Cliff Carley past the Town Hall and Market Building on Mulcaster Street, later to be used as City Hall.2016-07-06T19:21:01-04:00
Christmas lights light up City Hall on Mulcaster Street.2016-07-05T03:10:47-04:00
Looking up at City Hall from the foot of Mulcaster Street.2016-07-05T03:10:46-04:00
City Hall White Elephant.2016-07-04T18:11:46-04:00
Looking at the South West side of Town Hall on Mulcaster Street after its major renovation. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-03T00:13:27-04:00
Town Hall located at Mulcaster Street, viewed from behind following its major renovation. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-02T23:33:31-04:00
City Hall building located at Mulcaster Street as viewed from the Fire Hall (3).2016-07-02T23:23:19-04:00
City Hall located at Mulcaster Street as viewed from the Fire Hall (2).2016-07-02T23:23:07-04:00
City Hall located at Mulcaster Street as viewed from the Fire Hall (1).2016-07-02T23:22:32-04:00
Looking East at City Hall located on Mulcaster Street.2016-07-03T00:11:37-04:00
City Hall building located at Mulcaster Street as viewed from the Fire Hall (4).2016-07-03T00:11:59-04:00
Town Hall located at Mulcaster Street after its transformation, looking North East from Collier Street. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-02T23:59:49-04:00
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