Black and white photograph showing the exterior of 22 Wilson Avenue, St. Thomas ca. 1932. In 1932 this was the residence of Eli H. Mann, employed as a fireman with the Pere Marquette Railway, and his wife Katie. The adjacent residence at 20 Wilson Avenue is also partially visible: in 1932 the residence of Louis Pearce, employed as a tinsmith with the Pere Marquette Railway, and his wife Margaret.
Exterior view of the residence of Ernest E. Donovan, 32 Wellington Street, St. Thomas, (south side of Wellington Street, between Metcalfe and Elgin Streets) ca. 1915. Donovan was Manager, E.T. Wright & Co., Inc. shoe manufacturers (located at 180-204 Talbot Street, St. Thomas). Note the exposed brick surface of Wellington Street in front of the house.
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Exterior view of a two-storey brick house, 53 Maple Street, St. Thomas, Ontario. The house was occupied in 1920 by John H. Savigny. The adjacent house at 57 Maple Street is partially visible: it was occupied in 1920 by Arthur Matthews.
Exterior view of a two-storey brick house, 90 Hincks Street, St. Thomas. House was occupied in 1920 by John K. Watson. A man and a woman in an automobile are visible. The adjacent house at 88 Hincks Street is partially visible: in 1920 this was the residence of jeweller Edgar H. Flach.