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Fire at City Hotel

This photograph shows spectators watching the City Hotel fire. In the background at centre is Mr. Turner's house and on the right Allan's Bridge.

Fire at City Hotel

This photograph shows firemen fighting blaze at City Hotel on Macdonell Street.

Lower Wyndham Street

This photograph shows lower Wyndham Street looking north towards St. George's Square.

Budd's Store fire

This photograph shows the aftermath of the Budd's Store fire on upper Wyndham Street. St. George's Church can be seen through the gap where the building stood prior to the fire.

Old Tobacco Shop

This photograph shows Herbert Johns standing in the doorway of his store on Quebec Street West, 1st store from St. George's Square in the Mahoney Block. Mr. Johns was a great sportsman and his store was a hangout for sports enthusiasts. He lived in a stone cottage at the corner of Suffolk and Glasgow Streets. James McEwan worked for Mr. Johns and then took the store over when Mr. Johns died.

Mahoney Block

This photograph shows a group of men standing in front of the Mahoney Block in St. George's Square. Left to right: John J. Mahoney, Harley Mahoney, W. Barton, Harry Mahoney, Jeff D Mahoney, William A Mahoney, Dick Mahoney, Richard Mahoney, W. Smith.

Eramosa Bridge

This photograph shows the Eramosa Bridge at the Speed River. Just prior to this picture, Robert Stewart had his factory here before moving to Wyndham Street in 1869.

Wyndham Street

This photograph shows a view up Wyndham Street looking north.

County gaol

This image is a photographic reproduction of an image from the 1861 Leslie & Wheelock map of Wellington County. The image shows the Court House and jail.

Carden Street

This photograph depicts Carden Street in the late 1870s, showing the old vegetable market. The image is a reproduction from a newspaper.

Goldie's Mill

This image shows a reproduction of a postcard showing Goldie's Mill.

The People's Mills

This photograph shows a Grand Trunk Railway and a Canadian Pacific Railway train on the tracks at Goldie's Mill.

City Hall

This photograph shows the former City Hall building with the Fire Hall and tower used to dry out fire hoses in the rear. The tower on City Hall was the first tower added.

City Hall

This photograph shows the former City Hall building with the Fire Hall and tower used to dry out fire hoses in the rear. The tower on City Hall was the first tower added.

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