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Marsh Store

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  • 1862-1955

The Marsh Store was a community hub for Coldstream and Lobo Township. There are eight series. These include store records, sawmill and gristmill records, and woollen mill records. Other businesses that operated out of there were: the Coldstream Telephone Company ; Lobo Mutual Fire Insurance; and the Great Western Railway and Telegraph Company. Of special interest are the magazines and books located in the Public Library collection which also operated out of the Marsh Store. Jacob Marsh was also involved with the local council which also operated from his store.

Marsh Store

Suosituskirjeet

Sarja sisältää kaksi käsinkirjoitettu suosituskirjeitä; yksi Anna Koivulalle (Anna Kantokoski), ja yksi hänen tytär Ann Chisholmille (Ann Eva Kantokoski/Koski). Apteekin rouva Lydia Lofman kirjoitti Anna Koivulan (syntynyt 1903) suosituskirje Lapuassa, Suomessa, Toukokuun ensimmainen päivä 1921, ja varmenti hänen työtä keittiössä. Mrs. J. Ferrier kirjoitti Ann Chisholmsille (sytynyt 1924) suosituskirje Sudbury, Ontariossa, Keskuun 14, 1942, ja varmenti hänen työtä Ferrierin talolla siivoojana.

Virkatodisteet

Sarja sisältää Kantokosken perheen virkatodisteita Alajärven seurakunnasta, Lapuan hiippakunnassa, Suomessa ja ripellepääsy todistus Sudbury, Ontario. Ensimmäinen virkatodistus on Alajärven seurakunnasta, Lapuan hiippakunnassa, Suomessa, päivetty Toukokuun 13, 1961. Virkatodistus varmentaa Matti Kantokosken syntymäpäivää (Maaliskuun 23, 1901), Anna Milja (Kantokosken)syntymäpäivää (Syyskuun 24, 1903) ja Eeva Annikki Kantokosken syntymäpäivää (Toukokuun 8, 1924). Virkatodistus myös varmentaa Matti Kantokosken vihkimistä Anna Milja Koivulaan (Marraskuun 24, 1923), ja Matti Kantokosen kuolemaa (Toukokuun 15, 1956). Virkatodistus on allekirjoitettu J. Laurilalla. Toinen virkatodistus on myös Alajärven seurakunnasta, Lapuan hiippakunnassa, Suomessa, päivetty Kesäkuun 13, 1973. Virkatodistus varmentaa Eeva Annikki Kantokosken syntymäpäivää (Toukokuun 8, 1924), päivä hän kastettiin (Toukokuun 19, 1924), hänen vanhemman nimet (Matti Niilo Kantokoski & Anna Milia), hänen kummin nimet (Kustaa Kantokoski & Aino Kantokoski), ja pastori joka hänet kastoi (J.H. Peltokallio). Tämä virkatodistus on allekirjoitettu O.M. Tunturilla. Viimeinen virkatodistus on päivetty Heinäkuun 23, 1939. Ripellepääsy todistus on annettu Eeva Annikki Koski, joka ilmaisee hänen ripellepääsy Suomen Evankelisluterilainen Kirkon, Sudbury, Ontario. Tämä virkatodistus on allekirjoitettu pastori [Mathew Lepisto].

Progress Issue 76: Hammond Organ Studios

This photograph shows the showroom inside Hammond Organ Studios. They were also referred to as The House of Melody and were located in the Speedvale Shopping Plaza. They also offered private lessons and sold sheet music as well as the instruments.

Progress Issue 76: Titan Aluminum

This photograph was used in an advertisement for Titan Aluminum, they offered siding installation and siding cleaning services. They had been operating for 13 years when this photograph was taken.

Calling In

This photograph shows someone answering a phone at the Halton Contact Centre.

This photograph is labelled September 16, 1975 but was not published in September of that year.

Kockums Executives in a Cab

This photograph shows two Kockums executive members; Per Anderson (head of North American operations), and Derek Spencer (mechanical engineer for Guelph) in a cab that would go into one of their forestry machines. The Guelph plant had opened recently and would be assembling the machines.

Spools of String

This photograph shows two women in what appears to be a factory that produces string. Written on the photo is: 'Nancy Williams'

This photograph is labelled November 1, 1975 but was not published in November of that year.

Tree House Store Contest

The Tree House Store held a writing contest for children who wrote letters to Santa and dropped it off at the store's mailbox. Each of the four winners won a $10 gift certificate. This photo shows store employee Bonnie Simonato with one of the winners, David Kristensen.

City Market

This photograph shows two patrons buying fresh vegetables that were available at the City Market.

City Market

This photograph shows the sign that advertised the City Market.

City Market

This photograph shows Massimo Surace with one of his fish that were available for sale at the City Market.

New firm operates within a field of imports

This photograph shows Gerald Bailey at Amphora Pottery carving out a plate at the Guelph based plant. The Mercury article accompanying this photograph indicates that Amphora Pottery was located on Regal Road when this photograph was taken.

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