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Daughter Frankie ask her father Fred Warren to watch her ride her bike at their Mary Street home2023-06-03T22:21:21-04:00
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
Charlie Warren introduces Daisy to her first snowfall2023-06-03T21:38:14-04:00
The parlour of the Warren home at 83 Mary Street2023-06-03T21:32:33-04:00
The Warren household’s horse Daisy romps in their Mary Street yard2023-06-03T21:24:23-04:00
Children playing in front of the Warren home on Mary Street after a record snowfall2023-06-03T21:18:38-04:00
Come to Dinner is the caption of this family gathering in the Warren home on Mary Street2023-06-03T21:13:07-04:00
Frankie Warren and her doll in her Mary Street home2023-06-03T20:57:42-04:00
Wilhelmina Warren and son Charlie in the parlour of their Mary Street home2023-06-03T20:50:59-04:00
Charlie Warren playing hide and seek in the dining room of their Mary Street home2023-06-03T20:30:17-04:00
Construction at the rear of 83 Mary Street, the Fred Warren home2023-06-03T20:08:20-04:00
Charles Edwin Warren on Mary Street2023-06-02T17:17:16-04:00
Looking North on Mary Street towards Dunlop Street West2021-12-10T15:38:21-05:00
One time Gospel Hall on Mary Street, was demolished2021-11-05T10:26:11-04:00
The rear of the former Harold Hill garage on Dunlop Street West as it is being demolished2021-10-20T14:43:31-04:00
The demolition of the theatre block between Maple and Mary Streets. The rear of the old Hill’s Garage can be seen2021-10-20T14:33:10-04:00
-A building near Simcoe Street and the waterfront is demolished2021-09-16T21:53:30-04:00
The home of brewer and former mayor Robert Simpson at 30 Mary Street2021-09-16T15:15:44-04:00
The home at 49 Mary was likely built in the early 1870’s by Humphrey Bennett (father of Barrie mayor John Bennett) and later occupied by grocer H.E. McCullough2021-06-24T09:29:30-04:00
This house at 83 Mary Street is the former home of grocer H.E. McCullough2021-06-24T09:00:24-04:00
This home was built about 1873 by Charles Henry Clark and later occupied by Dr. H. Wallwon, then Dr. N.W. Rogers2021-06-24T08:46:26-04:00
Built about 1873 by Charles Henry Clark, this was later home to Dr. H. Wallwin then Dr. Norman Rogers2021-06-24T08:40:52-04:00
Simpson’s Simcoe Steam Brewery at 10 Mary Street was later owned by the Anderton family2020-11-03T13:17:56-05:00
Former home of Alfred J. Carson at 77 Mary Street. Carson owned a tonsorial parlor located in a Dunlop Street cigar shop2020-10-19T17:37:35-04:00
The North side of Pearson House (18 Mary Street)2020-10-10T22:54:24-04:00
The Southern view (side) of the additions made to Pearson House in the 19th century2020-10-10T22:47:00-04:00
Looking North on Mary Street at the John Pearson House2020-10-10T22:29:54-04:00
Looking out a basement window, where the kitchen and sevant quarters were located in Pearson House2020-10-10T21:23:29-04:00
A view of John Pearson house, built in the mid 1840’s2020-10-10T21:15:02-04:00
The curved staircase inside the Pearson House on Mary Street2020-10-10T21:02:32-04:00
The John Pearson house on Mary Street was built in the mid 1840’s2020-10-10T20:54:43-04:00
A view from the water of Simcoe Street and the lakefront2019-10-31T19:12:58-04:00
Rear and side view of the former Barrie Planing Mill building at the corner of Sophia and Mary Streets2020-06-28T17:01:53-04:00
Front and West side view from street of the former Barrie Planing Mill building on Sophia Street2020-06-28T16:58:44-04:00
Land registry map showing lots between Wellington, Mary, Sophia, Ross and Toronto Streets and surrounding areas.2018-01-25T21:21:50-05:00
Unknown number of a residence on Mary Street.2020-10-19T17:37:18-04:00
A Christmas display in the shop window of Sam the Record Man when it was located at Five Points.2017-04-29T17:14:07-04:00
Mechanics for the Jackson car dealership at 36 Mary Street. Left to right, Charlie Mason (Service Manager), blank, Lica Aslan, Don Richardson, Doug Conrad, blank, and George.2017-02-26T13:07:45-05:00
Jackson Motors Service Department located at 36 Mary Street.2017-02-12T22:00:28-05:00
A family tests out the water at Barrie’s Bathing Beach located at the foot of Mary Street.2016-12-03T01:06:56-05:00
Calendar from the Minnikin Funeral Home located at the South West corner of Dunlop and Mary Streets.2021-10-20T13:59:56-04:00
Valley Taxi on Dunlop Street between Maple and Mary Streets.2019-06-28T15:20:55-04:00
Conductor W.A. Fisher leads the Barrie Central Collegiate Band that is marching West on Dunlop Street West near Mary Street.2017-02-09T16:19:42-05:00
Workers pose in front of the Barrie water well on Mary Street.2016-07-08T18:26:30-04:00
Waterworks on Mary Street.2016-07-08T18:26:30-04:00
Looking towards the government dock on Kempenfelt Bay from around the foot of Mary Street. The steamer, “Enterprise” is parked at the dock.2016-07-08T18:25:10-04:00
Panoramic view looking North down the train tracks along the waterfront from the foot of Mary Street.2016-07-08T04:46:13-04:00
A home on Mary Street near where the LCBO is located today.2020-09-23T10:13:19-04:00
Looking South down Mary Street towards Dunlop Street West.2021-07-08T14:19:01-04:00
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