Peter Stoutenburg owned a saw mill on lot 5 concession 8. He built the wooden tower, which fell down in 1919, southwest of his house. See page 56 of Kolapore Remembered (Bill Milne and Alvin Wilson) for a photo of tower.
The wedding portrait of Lorne Robinson and Mary Collins.
Mrs. Robert Walters in her Sunday best dress with her son Eldred (Bud).
Wedding portrait of John and Emma Fee (nee Wilson). Emma was the oldest of nine children, born in 1889 or 1890. She was the sister of Wilfred Wilson.
According to the 1901 Census, Emma is listed as having been born in 1890. Her mother was Thirza Wilson, and her father, James Wilson, is recorded as being a farmer. They lived in the Kolapore area: Lot 8, Concession 8.
Jim Harmer, with his wife Pansy (nee Knoll) and their son Ted in front of their house.
Portrait of Kathleen Moore, Andrew Armstrong's wife. Kathleen was a mother of five children, four daughters and one son.
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).
Wedding portrait of Catherine and Gordon McKittrick and their wedding party. Location was 144 Bruce St in Thornbury, across from the Methodist Church.
Back row, from left: Vera Roach; Will Whately; Perce Devins; Maude Lyne; Mrs. Edward Lyne; John Whately; Mrs. Whately; Reverend A.N. St. John; Mrs. St. John; Mrs. Billie McKittrick; Bille McKittrick.
Second row, from left: Unknown; Mrs. John Thorne; Alice Whately; Mabel Hartman; Catherine & Gordon McKittrick; Hubert McKittrick; Mrs. John Hartman; Mr. Alex Goudy.
Seated front row, from left: Florence Gilson; Lulu Wilton; Ines Pedwell; Mrs. Will Whately; Jean Whately.
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.
Richard Hallam, Lois Plummer's grandfather, worked for local farmers and lumber mills in the Beaver Valley area from the late 1800s to the 1920s. Here he is posing with his two horses who were used to pull heavy materials and as transportation.
Portrait of Mrs. Benjamin Moore (Hannah Rorke Moore), circa 1920s.
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.
William Ormand Rorke and Willard Rorke. William Ormand Rorke was Willard's father, he lived between 1887-1963.
Willard Rorke, Gertrude Rorke and Elizabeth Rorke. Willard Rorke with his mum Gertrude who is holding Elizabeth (born June 17, 1946)
Willard Rorke holding, his daughter, Elizabeth Rorke in the air.
Virginia Rorke Mckim, daughter of Ormond William Rorke and half sister to Willard Rorke. Ormond William Rorke fathered one son Willard with Willa Irene Mooney and fathered two daughters, Betty and Virginia, with Pearl. Neither of Ormand William Rorke's daughters had any children. Betty Rorke died at a young age and Virginia Rorke Mckim died in 1998.
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 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 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 of photograph shows a portrait of a young man. It was taken by W. Gould Photographer in Owen Sound.
This old style photograph shows a portrait of a young man. Taken by A. H. Slade & Co. Collingwood.
This old style photograph shows a full body portrait of a middle-aged woman. 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 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 woman who is leaning against a wooden piece of furniture, black and white photograph.
This tin photograph is a portrait of a middle aged woman 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.
This is a photograph of Edith Marsh 2 years before her death. This photograph was taken in 1958.
This tin photograph is a portrait of an older man sitting with a child on his lap.