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Welcome Be Our Guest Lakeview Dairy Booklet.2017-08-30T21:42:35-04:00
History of Lakeview Dairy.2017-06-27T16:22:47-04:00
Mayor Willard Kinzie (far right) meets with other officials.2017-04-29T17:15:32-04:00
Exterior of 135 Shanty Bay Road, home to Mayor Willard Kinzie and family.2017-03-03T11:35:19-05:00
Hugh Blackstock inspects the milk at Lakeview Dairy on Dunlop Street East.2017-03-03T11:31:08-05:00
A group meets at the Barrie Community House to discuss the formation of a safety council. Left to right, Mr. E.K. MacKay, Justice C.D. Stewart, Mayor W.L. Kinzie, Judge (and former Town Mayor) M.M. Hamilton and Mr. John Ricketts.2017-03-03T10:59:23-05:00
Colonel Sanders visits with a police officer and Willard Kinzie in front of City Hall at Collier and Mulcaster Street.2017-02-28T23:36:46-05:00
Willard Kinzie introduces Colonel Sanders from Kentucky Fried Chicken to friends City Hall on Collier Street.2017-02-28T23:34:28-05:00
Former Lakeview Dairy, now run by Beatrice Foods on Dunlop Street East.2017-02-27T11:41:03-05:00
Headshot of Barrie’s first City Mayor, Willard Kinzie (2).2017-02-23T13:31:27-05:00
A truck prepares to leave Lakeview Dairy on Dunlop Street East on a winter day.2017-02-21T16:40:20-05:00
CAA Store on Dunlop Street East.2017-02-21T16:39:27-05:00
A large Lakeview Dairy Truck.2017-02-20T10:52:41-05:00
Horse drawn Lakeview Dairy delivery cart.2016-09-16T20:21:28-04:00
Portrait of Mayor Willard Kinzie, City of Barrie’s first Mayor.2016-09-16T20:21:26-04:00
Former Mayor, Willard Kinzie is presented with the Spirit Catcher Award by Patrick Brown (left) and an RCMP officer.2016-09-16T20:47:01-04:00
Looking towards Kempenfelt Bay from the backyard of former Mayor, Willard Kinzie’s home on Shanty Bay Road.2016-09-16T20:46:23-04:00
Looking South towards the Spirit Catcher from the Marina on Lakeshore Drive.2016-09-16T20:44:56-04:00
Looking out at Kempenfelt Bay from the backyard of former Mayor, Willard Kinzie’s house on Shanty Bay Road.2016-09-16T20:43:14-04:00
Former Mayor, Willard Kinzie and his beloved Model-T Ford automobile.2016-09-16T20:25:47-04:00
Bird feeder in the backyard of former Mayor, Willard Kinzie’s home on Shanty Bay Road overlooking Kempenfelt Bay.2016-09-16T20:25:36-04:00
Susan and George Kinzie, children of former Mayor, Willard Kinzie prepare for an afternoon drive.2016-09-16T20:39:22-04:00
Lakeview Dairy delivery trucks lined up in the parking lot on Dunlop Street East.2016-09-16T20:42:54-04:00
Mayor Willard Kinzie prepares to drop the puck at a hockey game.2016-09-16T20:42:43-04:00
Lakeview Dairy on Dunlop Street East.2016-09-16T20:23:15-04:00
A Lakeview Dairy truck prepares to unload. The Kinzie family lived in the large home adjacent to the dairy on Dunlop Street East for a number of years before purchasing land and building on Shanty Bay Road.2016-09-16T20:22:35-04:00
Willard Kinzie in his office at Kentucky Fried Chicken on Dunlop Street East.2016-09-06T20:01:05-04:00
Mayor Willard Kinzie (third from right) wears a First Nations headdress at an event with other civic leaders.2016-09-06T20:28:40-04:00
Mayor Willard Kinzie (centre back) enjoys a conversation with others outside of City Hall on Mulcaster Street. The American Hotel (Yank) can be seen in the background.2016-09-06T20:29:48-04:00
Willard Kinzie, Mayor of Barrie from 1958 to 1961 celebrates his 96th birthday.2017-11-14T08:14:23-05:00
Willard Kinzie, sitting on city park bench dedicated to his service to City of Barrie as Mayor from 1957-1961.2016-07-08T21:04:13-04:00
Willard Kinzie, former Mayor of Barrie between 1957-1961.2016-07-08T21:04:13-04:00
Colonel Sanders driving through town at Five Points intersection with Willard Kinzie.2016-06-04T17:39:14-04:00
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