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Town of Barrie Centennial Year Parade.2016-09-14T15:26:10-04:00
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
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
Heritage Barrie’s response pertaining To Sam Cancilla’s Plans For City Hall.2016-09-11T02:51:21-04:00
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
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
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
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
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
Looking at Town Hall on Mulcaster Street after its major transformation. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-03T00:08:19-04:00
Front exterior of the newly renovated Town Hall on Mulcaster Street. Prior to its renovation this was known as the Market Building.2016-07-02T23:57:00-04:00
Front Doors of Town Hall located on Mulcaster Street after its major renovation. Prior to the renovation this building was known as the Market Building.2016-07-02T23:55:49-04:00
City Hall on Mulcaster Street. Originally known as the Market Building, it was later converted to Town Hall and renovated as it looks like in this picture in 1947.2016-06-30T21:43:17-04:00
Demolition of the Market Building on Mulcaster Street, used as City (Town) Hall between 1948-1985.2016-07-01T16:42:09-04:00
A view from the Barrie Gaol of Mulcaster Street, Market Square, boats in the bay and farther West.2016-12-18T12:02:32-05:00
A colourized postcard showing Downtown Barrie including Mulcaster Street, Market Square and several churches. Photograph taken from the old Courthouse on Worsley Street.2016-05-01T19:19:43-04:00
Farmers with cart loads of hay at Market Square.2016-05-01T18:50:02-04:00
The Market Building at Collier and Mulcaster Streets.2016-07-06T03:09:34-04:00
Painting of Market Square and American Hotel.2016-05-01T15:22:32-04:00
A wonderful aerial view of the Market Square area showing City Hall, the American Hotel and the surrounding neighbourhood.2016-06-05T18:13:45-04:00
A rare Barrie Centennial (1853 – 1953) flag that was hung at City Hall during their jubilee celebrations.2016-12-18T12:57:23-05:00
Bayview Park, now Sam Cancilla Park, sits between the waterfront and the Bayshore Motor Hotel. Behind it, top left, the dark brick building with the arched windows is the former library, now MacLaren Art Centre. Behind the library is City Hall.2016-04-30T21:34:28-04:00
Barrie City Hall, renovated from the old Market Building, as it looked in 1959.2016-12-10T21:30:11-05:00
Coloured postcard looking Southwest from the Barrie Jail, a view of Collier and Mulcaster Streets, including the Market Building and Town Hall.2016-07-06T15:41:16-04:00