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Wise Words with Willard – The story of bringing KFC (and Colonel Sanders) to Barrie.2024-04-28T20:38:06-04:00
Wise Words with Willard – The Story of how Studebakers ended up in Lake Simcoe.2024-04-28T20:35:45-04:00
Wise Words with Willard – How did you attract industry to Barrie as Mayor?2024-04-28T20:35:33-04:00
Wise Words with Willard – Barrie’s long history of welcoming refugees.2024-04-28T20:35:22-04:00
Wise Words with Willard – Why should Canada welcome refugees?2024-04-28T20:35:01-04:00
Wise Words with Willard – Willard’s Creative Fundraising Methods.2024-04-28T20:34:52-04:00
Boat races on Kempenfelt Bay viewed from Kempenfelt Drive.2024-04-28T20:14:15-04:00
Georgian College Campus and Class Footage.2024-04-28T19:59:06-04:00
Georgian College Campus Opening Ceremonies.2024-04-28T19:58:50-04:00
Georgian College Travel & Tourism Field Trip.2024-04-28T19:58:36-04:00
Georgian College Design Class Footage.2024-04-28T19:58:13-04:00
Boat Races in Kempenfelt Bay.2024-01-28T20:52:06-05:00
Camphill Willard Kinzie Tribute.2024-01-28T20:45:30-05:00
The former home of postmaster John McWatt at 159 Collier Street2023-12-01T11:46:48-05:00
Victorian home located at 194 Collier Street2023-08-04T14:28:07-04:00
Home located at 194 Collier Street2023-08-04T14:23:13-04:00
A view of the Roxborough mansion on the hill and 194 Collier Street on the left2023-08-04T14:06:06-04:00
A September camping party at Little Lake2023-06-02T17:21:48-04:00
The Warren family at Little Lake on Sept 1st2023-06-02T10:23:44-04:00
McGuire, W.J. Sutherland, J.C. Irvin, L.D. Beatty and Black at Beatty’s shack on Little Lake2023-06-02T10:16:29-04:00
The Little Lake shack of L.D. Beatty, Bank of Toronto teller2023-05-17T11:27:37-04:00
McGuire’s boat at Little Lake has taken on water2023-05-17T11:19:07-04:00
J. Shrubsole and Warren duck hunting on LIttle Lake2023-05-17T11:14:26-04:00
The reedy shoreline of LIttle Lake in September2023-05-17T11:09:17-04:00
Beverly Hall at 142 Collingwood Street was built in 1879 for Dr. Charles and Mrs. Isabella Bosanko2022-11-03T19:07:57-04:00
The house at 11 Nelson Square East was built in the 1870’s2022-10-15T20:49:57-04:00
The home of printer Alexander Laurie and his wife Frances Drury was built about 18742022-09-10T21:58:27-04:00
Burns Grocery was located in what is now 196 Blake Street2022-08-26T19:09:28-04:00
Former home of H.J. Grasett, Judge J.G. Harvie and Leighton ‘Hap’ Emms located at 19 Dundonald Street2022-05-27T11:04:54-04:00
The home located at 16 Blake Street was known as Foxley and built in 19112022-05-13T20:46:50-04:00
Foxley was built in 1911 and located in the East End at 16 Blake Street2022-05-13T20:10:23-04:00
Foxley, located at 16 Blake Street, was built in 1911 for H.H. Strathy2022-05-13T19:46:52-04:00
The former home of civil engineer Stanley Purvis and his wife and writer Lulu Pearsall2021-11-13T17:50:37-05:00
The 1928-9 R.C.A.F. Sergeant’s Mess, Camp Borden (1)2021-11-12T23:26:43-05:00
The West side of the Barrie Collegiate Institute showing the enclosed hall to the grammar school2021-09-16T08:44:12-04:00
Ardraven was built about 1845 on Kempenfelt Drive for Judge J.R. Gowan and his father, Henry Hatton Gowan2021-09-11T19:06:24-04:00
Built by 1856 by Grammar School headmaster Frederic Gore, this Georgian style home is located at 126 Blake Street2021-09-03T20:46:03-04:00
This home on the South Side of Blake Street near Rodney Street was believed to have been built by headmaster Rev. W.F. Checkley about 1864 and later to have burned in 18862021-09-03T20:24:09-04:00
The former Grammar School Boarding House located at 126 Blake Street2021-09-03T20:13:01-04:00
The former home of the Hunter family at 230 Kempenfelt Drive was built about 18752021-07-31T20:43:48-04:00
The Bell farm on St. Vincent Street was once owned by the Quinlan family2021-07-16T15:38:31-04:00
Looking South from Wellington Street at the back of Ardtrea, the home of Thomas McConkey2021-06-16T21:35:50-04:00
Johnson Street School on Johnson Street2021-11-12T22:38:16-05:00
Ovenden was built by the Strathy family on the South side of Blake Street. It later became Ovenden College (closed in 1950) and demolished in 19682022-05-13T18:18:48-04:00
Rare basment bake oven (believed to be the only remaining one in Barrie) in Pearson House2020-10-10T21:10:34-04:00
The pavilion at St. Vincent Park between Kempenfelt Drive and Blake Street2020-08-27T19:47:54-04:00
The former Lakeside Cabins main building at 89 Blake Street prior to demolition2020-07-24T21:59:34-04:00
Codrington Public School Teaching Staff June 1952 (2)2020-07-14T11:37:43-04:00
Codrington Public School Teaching Staff June 1952 (1)2020-07-14T11:35:06-04:00
Codrington Public School Staff June 1952 (2)2020-07-14T11:32:06-04:00
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