Dillon Brothers Construction building the Thornbury Continuation School at the corner of Elma St. South and Alfred St. West, where Beaver Valley Community Centre is now.
The Thornbury Continuation School included grades 1 to 12.
Girls Bertha Short and Agnes Collins beside the flume from dam at Kolapore dam.
Charlie Collins and hired man Fred Cully at Charlie's mill. Charlie's sons Gordon and Aubrey sit on huge logs.
This photograph is of the Benjamin Moore house, circa 1855. Lot 28, concession 12. Just north of Heathcote off of Grey Road 40.
According to the Historical Atlas of Grey and Bruce Counties from 1880, Benjamin Moore was listed as a farmer born in Canada in 1837. He settled in Grey County in 1861 and "owned 200 acres in Lot 28, Concession 12, worth $14,000."
Photograph of the Collingwood Township Council in 1931.
From top left: Norman Kneff; Charleton Cardiner; W.I. Fields (Reeve); Emerson Brown (Reeve); Ross Bowen (Redwing); Dr. Frank Moore; F.R. McKnight (Board of Health); Bruce Hamilton (Township Clerk); Charles Pyei (Treasurer); J.B. Ferguson; William Weir (Road Superintendent).
Charlie Collins to the left and Fred Curly on the right. Collins with his sons; Gordon and Aubrey. This picture was taken at Collin's Mill at the Kolapore Dam.
Willard Rorke (baby), Gertrude Rorke Diller (woman)
Willard Rorke would have been three months old in this picture. Gertrude Rorke Diller was in fact Willard’s Aunt. His mother had died in either childbirth or a little after his birth. Gertrude Rorke Diller raised Willard.
Willard Rorke (baby) and possibly Gertrude Rorke Diller. Willard is possibly in a christening gown.
Willard Rorke, at two years of age, wearing boots, hat and tunic. This photograph was made into a postcard.
Willard Rorke, age seven, wearing a military costume. This photograph had been made into a postcard which had been sent to his cousin Teddy in 1916.
A portrait of Gertrude Rorke Diller. On the back of the photograph a written note can be seen, the message from Willard calling Gertrude his dear mother.
William Ormand Rorke and Willard Rorke. William Ormand Rorke was Willard's father, he lived between 1887-1963.
Willard Rorke and his 2i/c. On the back of the photograph Willard remarks that he hasn't faded on war rations.
Willard Rorke in his Calgary highlanders regimental uniform. On the bottom right hand corner the photograph is Willard's signiture as well as the saying “The fighting Irish”.
Willard Rorke in his military wear with his dog.
A large portrait photograph of Major Willard Rorke in his Calgary highlanders uniform.
A photograph of a retired Major Willard Rorke
Gertrude Rorke Diller, Willard's mum, in Edmonton during the summer.
Photo of Helen (left) and Marjorie (right) sent to their aunt, Gertrude. They were daughters of Mr. and Mrs John W. Lawr (Alice Rorke, daughter of Colonel and Mrs Edward Rorke.)
A portrait of David Edward Colville Rorke at 7 months.
A tin photograph with a woman standing. The woman is unidentified but is believed to be part of the Rorke family.
A tin photograph with a woman leaning against a fence. The woman is unidentified but is believed to be part of the Rorke family.
Willard Rorke, Gertrude Rorke and Elizabeth Rorke. Willard Rorke with his mum Gertrude who is holding Elizabeth (born June 17, 1946)
A family photograph of the Rorke Family. From L-R - Margaret Rorke holding Elizabeth, Ormond William Rorke, Willard Rorke with a hand on Gertrude Rorke Diller and John Newell in front. Edmonton, June 1946.
Elizabeth Rorke sitting in a chair. She would have been a year old when the photograph was taken.
Willard Rorke holding, his daughter, Elizabeth Rorke in the air.
Pearl Rorke, Virginia Rorke Mckim (1918 - July 16, 1998), and Libby Rorke. Peal was a step-Grandmother to Libby Rorke, and a mother to Virginia Rorke Mckim. Virginia Rorke Mckim would have been an aunt to Libby.
This photograph shows the fossils that can be found at the Craigleith Provincial Park.
This old style photograph shows a young woman with long dark hair posed in a sitting position. A name is inscribed on the back of the photograph, Allark O. William. This photograph was most likely given to Allark O. William as a gift by the young lady in the photograph. Taken by Castor Photography, Collingwood
This is the back of the photograph depicting a young woman with long dark hair posed in a sitting position. This photograph shows the written name of Allark O. William. This photograph was most likely given to Allark O. William as a gift by the young lady in the photograph. Taken by Castor Photography, Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows a young woman standing with an umbrella used as a prop. On the back of the photograph there is a written note saying “from Jenny, with love to Nate”. Taken by Castor Photography Collingwood, in 1882.
This is the back side of the photograph with the young woman standing with an umbrella used as a prop. This photograph shows the written note that says “from Jenny, with love to Nate”. Taken by Castor Photography Collingwood, in 1882.
This old style photograph shows a small child in his/her christening gown. The photograph was taken by Castor Photography Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows a portrait of a young man. Taken by Castor Photography Collingwood
This old style photograph shows a family portrait. Taken by Nright Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows a young child in christening gown. Taken by Castor photography Collingwood
This old style photograph shows the portrait of a young women. The photograph was taken by A.H. Slade & Co. Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows a portrait of a young man. Taken by A. H. Slade & Co. Collingwood.
This old style photograph hows a full body portrait of a middle aged women. It was taken by J. H. Davis, the people's photographer in Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows the portrait of a young man. It was taken by J.A Castor photographer in Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows a young man leaning against a log (portrait full length). Taken by J. A Castor Photography in Collingwood.
This postcard photograph shows the Algowood being launched at Collingwood Harbour. The Algowood was a 750 ft long ship weighing 26,000 tons.
This tin photograph is of a young man standing infront of a back drop holding a hat.
This tin photograph is a portrait of a middle aged man.
This tin photograph is a portrait of a middle age women who is leaning against a wooden piece of furniture, black and white photograph.
This tin photograph is a portrait of a middle aged women sitting agaisnt a wooden structure.
This tin photograph is a portrait of a man sitting while a woman stands beside him.
This tin photograph is a portrait of young man sitting down.
This tin photograph is close up portrait of young man sitting down.
Newspaper photograph of Edith Marsh
This tin photograph is a portrait of an older man sitting with a child on his lap.
Photograph of skiers outside of the Blue Mountain ski school and Georgian Tavern.
Photograph of the parking lot at the base of the Blue Mountain ski hill. You can see some of the skiers walking to the hil.
Compact photograph of two women walking to Blue Mountain, cars are lined the roadway.
Compact photograph of the north facade exterior of The Depot.
5 x 7 photograph of a T & NR train. This is a computer print of the photograph.
Photograph of a Mary Ward Medal, it was awarded to Frank Moberly “In recognition of his humane and gallant exertions in the rescue of the crew and passengers of the propeller Mary Ward on 25th November 1872”
Photograph of a letter, addressed to one of the men who helped the victims of the Mary Ward wreck, it states that the rescuer would have been awarded $15, black and white, letter circa 1872.
Photograph of Knapmans house in Toronto, August 1935 or 1938. Front of the house is photographed
This photograph is possibly of Suyrea’s Kourey-Knapman's mother. The photograph was take in July of 1954 and most likely was taken at the Knapman's home in Toronto.