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The interior of St. Mary’s church on Mulcaster Street, built in 1872 and designed by Shearman Bird2020-08-27T19:38:42-04:00
St.Mary’s church was designed by Shearman Bird and built in 1872. The deanery and church were located on Mulcaster Street2020-08-27T19:31:36-04:00
A view from the fire hall tower looking up Mulcaster Street2020-07-03T14:47:09-04:00
Looking East along the shoreline from the bottom of Toronto Street2020-01-11T17:32:34-05:00
Looking down Mulcaster Street towards downtown from the parking lot built on the former St. Mary’s Church property.2017-02-14T13:28:33-05:00
St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on the East side of Mulcaster Street, North of Worsley Street.2017-02-06T23:23:48-05:00
Postcard Showing Mulcaster Street, County Jail and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.2016-09-06T15:25:58-04:00
Postcard showing St. Mary’s church on Mulcaster Street.2016-09-05T16:18:42-04:00
Inchiquin, O’Brien home, later purchased for a monastery. Demolished in 1972, St. Mary’s church now stands on the Amelia Street lot.2016-09-05T15:48:54-04:00
Looking towards the corner of Mulcaster and Codrington Streets from where the lot where St. Mary’s Church stood after its demolition. The area was sold to the government and coverted into a parking lot.2016-07-06T18:50:03-04:00
Looking North East at Condrington Street from the parking lot where St. Mary’s Church once stood.2016-07-06T16:01:35-04:00
Looking up the East side of Mulcaster Street at the jail and St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.2016-06-30T22:03:56-04:00
St. Mary’s Church on the East side of Mulcaster Street before Codrington Street. Originally built in 1872 this church was demolished in 1974.2016-06-30T21:57:44-04:00
The inside of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on Mulcaster Street. It was torn down in 1969 to build a bigger church.2017-02-09T16:33:29-05:00
St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on Mulcaster Street. It was torn down to build a bigger church in 1969.2016-05-21T17:28:42-04:00
St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church on Mulcaster Street.2016-12-10T20:45:18-05:00
St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church, Mulcaster Street.2016-05-21T17:31:04-04:00
Saint Mary’s school near Mulcaster & Codrington Streets with Saint Mary’s church to the left in the background.2016-05-23T23:37:19-04:00
Parishioners leaving Saint Mary’s Church on Mulcaster Street.2016-05-23T23:40:32-04:00
Saint Mary’s Church Confirmation Class of 1948 with Monsignor Clair outside the old church.2016-12-10T21:14:48-05:00
View of Barrie at the Kempenfelt Bay shoreline showing Trinity Anglican Church, Saint Mary’s Church and Collier Street Methodist Church spires.2020-08-06T13:44:11-04:00
The intersection of Owen Street, Codrington Street and McDonald Street. The view is East along McDonald Street with St. Mary’s steeple just left of centre.2016-05-15T21:39:11-04:00
The Barrie Examiner Trophy for town baseball champions.2016-05-11T19:19:35-04:00
A wonderful view of St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church (right), the Barrie Gaol (left) and St. Joseph’s Convent (across from the church).2020-03-13T17:58:34-04:00
Inchiquin, the home of the O’Brien family, was built in 1870 and demolished in 1972. It stood on the corner of Dundonald and Theresa Streets on land where the present day St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church sits.2016-05-01T19:22:19-04:00
A view of Mulcaster Street and McDonald Street after 1885.2016-05-01T18:51:21-04:00
Nancy-Mae Dalsin, far right, then 5 years old, is standing with her family on the rocky lake shore near Tiffin Street, before Centennial Park was even begun.2016-12-10T21:34:25-05:00
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