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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 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
Burn’s Grocery store on Blake Street2020-05-13T11:16:23-04:00
Teck’s Seafood on Blake Street2020-05-11T12:01:53-04:00
View from the Chimney Tops photograph by Nora-Marshall shows the East Ward School (Parkview Centre) and house that is now the East End Variety on Blake Street2019-01-13T21:58:04-05:00
View from the Chimney Tops photograph by Nora Marshall. The Parkview Centre (East Ward School) on Blake Street can be seen2019-01-12T10:27:05-05:00
Land registry map showing Johnson Street, Blake Street, Downsview Drive, Lambton Crescent, Napier Street, Adam Street, Steel Street and surrounding areas.2018-04-08T15:35:58-04:00
Looking out at Lake Simcoe and over Blake Street from a home on Rodney Street.2017-05-03T16:46:55-04:00
Blake Street with East End Plaza below and Codrington Street in the above middle.2017-02-23T13:35:55-05:00
Aerial view of Steel Street at Blake Street and Penetanguishene Road showing Corrinhall and Buchanan Streets.2017-02-14T13:59:45-05:00
Aerial view showing Blake Street and Codrington Street, showing the Blake Street commercial plaza.2017-02-10T10:13:58-05:00
A pupil’s examination paper from Barrie Collegiate Institute when it was located on Blake Street.2017-02-12T21:55:08-05:00
Pupils and staff of the Barrie Collegiate Institute on Blake Street.2017-02-09T13:15:57-05:00
Lisle in concert at The Embassy on Blake Street. Left to right, Bill Chambers, Danny Stephens, Kevin Connell.2016-11-03T12:21:09-04:00
East End-This home at 99 Blake Street was built in the 1870s2016-10-15T21:58:00-04:00
Parkview Centre at 189 Blake Street at the top of Nelson Square on Blake Street (1).2016-09-14T20:55:21-04:00
Parkview Centre at 189 Blake Street at the top of Nelson Square on Blake Street (2).2016-09-14T20:55:21-04:00
Parkview Centre at 189 Blake Street at the top of Nelson Square on Blake Street (3).2016-09-14T20:55:17-04:00
East End Restaurant and Variety on Blake Street.2016-09-14T21:02:43-04:00
Blake Street Town housing complex.2016-09-10T20:46:04-04:00
Old King George school on Blake Street now the Parkview Centre for seniors.2016-09-06T00:37:44-04:00
This home at 134 Blake Street was built in 1884 by James Pugh. The original house on this property had been destroyed, likely by fire.2016-09-11T23:57:53-04:00
134 Blake Street, built by James Pugh 1884.2016-09-05T16:32:12-04:00
Apartments at 70 Blake Street.2016-09-05T16:22:32-04:00
Fendley’s Flowers at 74 Blake Street.2016-09-05T16:22:29-04:00
Apartments at 70 Blake Street.2016-09-05T16:20:45-04:00
Barrie Collegiate Institute on Blake Street with new addition prior to being destroyed by fire on December 18, 1916.2016-11-15T13:20:24-05:00
Barrie Collegiate Institute on Blake Street after the fire.2016-09-05T16:18:53-04:00
Viola and May Ball at the front entrance of Barrie Collegiate Institute on Blake Street after the fire.2016-09-05T16:18:52-04:00
Barbara Currie and Inez Brown stand outside Barrie Collegiate Institute on Blake Street.2016-09-05T16:18:51-04:00
Girls of Form 3 in front of Barrie Central Collegiate Institute on Blake Street.2016-12-10T21:02:42-05:00
Viewing Kempenfelt Bay from Nelson Square off of Blake Street.2016-07-08T18:21:03-04:00
“Ardraven II” home located on Blake Street. This home belonged to the Gowan’s in 1885 and was used as a coachmen’s house.2020-08-09T05:53:44-04:00
Looking Down the St. Vincent Street hill towards Blake Street.2016-06-30T21:59:21-04:00
Decorated parade car on Blake Street near St. Vincent Park.2016-06-21T20:06:40-04:00
Mary Kirby, long time teacher at Price of Wales amd friend of Owens family, sitting in her garden.2016-06-17T18:48:56-04:00
A lone horse and buggy travels along Blake Street.2016-12-18T12:03:58-05:00
Barrie Collegiate at Blake Street and Rodney Street.2016-12-18T12:02:27-05:00
The Lake Simcoe Motel at 114 Blake Street.2016-04-23T18:34:39-04:00
Lake Simcoe Motel at 114 Blake Street2016-04-23T09:40:54-04:00
Lakeside Camp cabin across from Lake Simcoe Motel at 89 Blake Street.2016-04-28T23:36:53-04:00
Lakeside Cabins on Blake Street.2016-05-18T05:16:39-04:00
Roxborough, a home on the corner of Dundonald Street and Blake Street.2016-12-18T12:44:08-05:00
The Grammar School at the corner of Rodney Street and Blake Street was built in 1849. Became a High School in 1868, and then a Collegiate Institute in 1880.2016-04-28T21:38:33-04:00
The Lake Simcoe Motel on Blake Street closed and boarded up.2016-07-04T00:46:33-04:00
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