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  • Coon house in Oak Ridges
    Image       A photograph of the Coon house in Oak Ridges, north of King Sideroad. This house, originally owned by the Hughey family, was built in the mid-19th century.
    Image     A photograph of the Coon house in Oak Ridges, north of King Sideroad. This house, originally owned by the Hughey family, was built in the mid-19th century.
  • Wagon made at Trench's Carriage Works
    Image       A photograph of a wagon made at Trench's Carriage Works.
    Image     A photograph of a wagon made at Trench's Carriage Works.
  • Photograph of a wagon made at Trench's Carriage Works
    Image       A photograph of a wagon made at Trench's Carriage Works.
    Image     A photograph of a wagon made at Trench's Carriage Works.
  • Trench's Carriage Works with employees
    Image       A photograph of the Trench's Carriage Works with employees.
    Image     A photograph of the Trench's Carriage Works with employees.
  • Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse
    Image       A photograph of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse.
    Image     A photograph of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse.
  • View of Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church
    Image       A photograph depicting Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse.
    Image     A photograph depicting Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and Manse.
  • Chimney of the Newton Tanning Company
    Image       A photograph of the chimney of the Newton Tanning Company.
    Image     A photograph of the chimney of the Newton Tanning Company.
  • T.H. Legge & Sons
    Image       A photograph of the store of T.H. Legge & Sons, General Merchants, Temperanceville.
    Image     A photograph of the store of T.H. Legge & Sons, General Merchants, Temperanceville.
  • Langstaff family residence
    Image       A photograph of the early Langstaff family residence at Langstaff.
    Image     A photograph of the early Langstaff family residence at Langstaff.
  • Dominion House
    Image       A photograph of the stagecoach at the Dominion House (formerly Dalby's Tavern), a mainstay of Richmond Hill's nineteenth-century hospitality industry. The Dominion House was located on the east side of Yonge Street, south of the Trench Carriage Works.
    Image     A photograph of the stagecoach at the Dominion House (formerly Dalby's Tavern), a mainstay of Richmond Hill's nineteenth-century hospitality industry. The Dominion House was located on the east side of ...
  • Elgin Mills Tannery
    Image       A photograph of the Elgin Mills Tannery (Newton Tanning Company), located on the sideroad west of Yonge Street behind the blacksmith shop on the northwest corner. It was a major employer of Richmond Hill labour in the later decades of the nineteenth century.
    Image     A photograph of the Elgin Mills Tannery (Newton Tanning Company), located on the sideroad west of Yonge Street behind the blacksmith shop on the northwest corner. It was a major ...
  • Routledge blacksmith shop
    Image       A photograph of the Routledge's blacksmith shop at Oak Ridges, with Walter Mortson in front.
    Image     A photograph of the Routledge's blacksmith shop at Oak Ridges, with Walter Mortson in front.
  • View of Carville Road
    Image       Looking west along Carrville Road in the nineteenth century.
    Image     Looking west along Carrville Road in the nineteenth century.
  • Wagon manufactured by Trench's Carriage Works
    Image       A photograph of a wagon manufactured by the Trench Carriage Works.
    Image     A photograph of a wagon manufactured by the Trench Carriage Works.
  • Palmer Block
    Image       Yonge St. Richmond Hill
    Image     Yonge St. Richmond Hill
  • Reverend James Grant and his family
    Image       A photograph of Reverend James Grant and his family in front of the Presbyterian manse. On the left is Mrs. Grant's sister Hedley MacKay Pentland, then Jessie Grant, and Rev. Grant. The baby on the lawn is the Grants' son Robert.
    Image     A photograph of Reverend James Grant and his family in front of the Presbyterian manse. On the left is Mrs. Grant's sister Hedley MacKay Pentland, then Jessie Grant, and Rev. ...
  • Photo of a lacrosse team
    Image       An unidentified photo of a lacrosse team photographed on Arnold St.
    Image     An unidentified photo of a lacrosse team photographed on Arnold St.
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Richmond Hill Photo Images