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1900-1909
  
  • Dominion House Hotel
        A photograph of the rear of the Dominion House Hotel.
      A photograph of the rear of the Dominion House Hotel.
  • Headford Mill
        A photograph of the Headford Mill, from the Bruce Vander Bent collection.
      A photograph of the Headford Mill, from the Bruce Vander Bent collection.
  • Edmund Seager home
        A photograph of the Edmund Seager home on Centre Street, Thornhill, Ont.
      A photograph of the Edmund Seager home on Centre Street, Thornhill, Ont.
  • House built by Edmund Seager
        A photograph of the house built by Edmund Seager for his hired man.
      A photograph of the house built by Edmund Seager for his hired ...
  • Cruikshank's truck
        A photograph of a truck that belonged to Cruikshank's first trucking business in Richmond Hill.
      A photograph of a truck that belonged to Cruikshank's first trucking business ...
  • Savage house
        A photograph of the Savage house on Bathurst St. (Lot 25, conc. 2 (rear) Vaughan) The house was renovated by J.L. Innes around 1900 and the photo was taken sometime after that. The house was owned by John Savage and then by Archie Savage.
      A photograph of the Savage house on Bathurst St. (Lot 25, conc. ...
  • Tom Shepard's farm
        A photograph of Tom Shepard's farm on the north half of lot 49 on the west side of Yonge St. It was located just north of the present-day Richmond Heights Plaza.
      A photograph of Tom Shepard's farm on the north half of lot ...
  • View of Yong Street from Major Mackenzie Drive
        Yonge Street, looking North, Richmond Hill, Ont., Canada
      Yonge Street, looking North, Richmond Hill, Ont., Canada
  • St. Mary's Anglican Church
        English Church Richmond Hill
      English Church Richmond Hill
  • George Sims repairing the pinnacle on the Presbyterian Church
        Mr. Geo Sims repairing the pinnacle on the Presbyterian Church Richmond Hill
      Mr. Geo Sims repairing the pinnacle on the Presbyterian Church Richmond Hill
  • View on Yonge Street from south of Dunlop Street
        A photograph of the view on Yonge Street from just south of Dunlop Street.
      A photograph of the view on Yonge Street from just south of ...
  • Richmond Hill Methodist Church
        A photograph of the Richmond Hill Methodist Church.
      A photograph of the Richmond Hill Methodist Church.
  • Home of John Savage
        A photograph of the house of John Savage (Lot 25, conc. 2, rear, Vaughan) after the renovation by J.L. Innes around 1900. Later, the house was owned by Archie Savage (wife Hattie Judge).
      A photograph of the house of John Savage (Lot 25, conc. 2, ...
  • Richmond Hill High School
        A photograph of the Richmond Hill High School built in 1897 at the corner of Yonge and Wright Streets.
      A photograph of the Richmond Hill High School built in 1897 at ...
  • Bond Lake Power Station
        A photograph of the Bond Lake Power Station.
      A photograph of the Bond Lake Power Station.
  • Employees at the Bond Lake Power Station
        A photograph of the Employees at the Bond Lake Power Station.
      A photograph of the Employees at the Bond Lake Power Station.
  • Fly-wheels at the Bond Lake Power Station
        A photograph of the fly-wheels, which were 18 feet in diameter, at the Bond Lake Power Station.
      A photograph of the fly-wheels, which were 18 feet in diameter, at ...
  • Richmond Hill Spring Fair
        A photograph of the Richmond Hill Spring Fair at Exhibition Park.
      A photograph of the Richmond Hill Spring Fair at Exhibition Park.
  • Dr. Rolph Langstaff's favorite horse
        A photograph of Dr. Rolph Langstaff's favorite horse Birdie.
      A photograph of Dr. Rolph Langstaff's favorite horse Birdie.
  • Innes Mill
        A photograph of the Innes Mill circa 1900. The sawmill was originally built by John Langstaff c. 1847 on the south side of the Mill Pond. It was sold to Leslie Innes in 1889, burnt in a fire in 1894 and then rebuilt.
      A photograph of the Innes Mill circa 1900. The sawmill was originally ...
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