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1860s and earlier
Wright family photo albums, 1860-1900
Photos circa 1900 to 1940
Yonge Street
1  Works on the left or east side of Yonge Street.
2  the Richmond Hill station, Yonge Street and Lorne Avenue.
3  Street, along the east side of Yonge Street, from the Richmond Hill bakery
4  Railway tracks towards Yonge Street. The H.J. Mills greenhouses are top
5  and entrance to the Park Grounds at Yonge Street and Lorne Avenue, decorated for the
6  Major Mackenzie Drive) west of Yonge Street in 1918.
7  Looking north on Yonge Street from the roof of the Methodist
8  Looking south on Yonge Street from the roof of the Methodist
9  general store, southwest corner of Yonge and Centre streets, circa 1915.
10  Loyal True Blue and Orange Home, Yonge Street North, opened in 1923. Roger Carlsen
11  Store on the east side of Yonge Street, north of the radial railway station.
12  Rustic Inn on the west side of Yonge Street at Nos. 24-28 South. The
13  and buggy compete for attention on Yonge Street.
14  Field Day parade turns off Yonge Street into the park during the
15  at the southeast corner of present-day Yonge Street and Highway 7.
16  Miles) at the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive, as it
17  Richard Gapper on the east side of Yonge Street near today's 16th Avenue,
18  Robert Moodie on his ride down Yonge Street in the evening of December 4, 1837.
19  was located on the east side of Yonge Street, south of the Trench Carriage
20  Langstaff Toll-gate, today's Yonge Street and Highway 7 intersection. For
21  Martin Macleod, west of Yonge Street and north of
22  on Carrville Road, west of Yonge Street, built in 1865.
23  Yonge Street, looking north from Elgin
24  Located on the sideroad west of Yonge Street behind the blacksmith shop on the
25  at the north-east corner of Yonge and Major Mackenzie, c1885.
26  Church, circa 1900, looking north up Yonge Street, with the spire of the Methodist
27  1895. The house was built in 1849, facing Yonge Street; in the twentieth century it was moved to
28  Looking south on Yonge Street from just south of Dunlop Street, c.1900.
29  Yonge Street looking north from Major
30  barn-raising at the south-east corner of Yonge St. and Major Mackenzie. circa 1909?
31  Yonge Street, just south of Lorne Ave.
32  Looking north on Yonge St. at Arnold. The Palmer House is
33  Yonge Street looking north from
34  Looking north on Yonge Street in Elgin Mills. circa 1913
35  The Atkinson house at 10370 Yonge St. The house was behind the funeral parlour.
36  The Newbery house on Yonge St. north of Elgin Mills.
37  Looking south on Yonge St. from north of Centre St.
38  Looking north on Yonge St. at Arnold. The Palmer House is
39  Looking south on Yonge St. at Arnold. The
40  Looking south on Yonge St. from the spire of the Presbyterian
41  "Glenkilloch" on Yonge St. at Trayborn Dr. where Wendy's is
42  The east side of Yonge Street north of Centre Street. In the photo are
43  Looking south on Yonge Street around 1930. The Palmer House
44  Yonge St. at the corner of Dunlop St.,
45  Looking north on Yonge St. from just south of Wright St.
46  north half of lot 49 on the west side of Yonge St. It was located just north of the
47  Routledge Blacksmith Shop on Yonge St. in Oak Ridges circa 1927 just
48  corner of Elmwood Ave. and Yonge St.
49  The Stanford house at 10039 Yonge St.
50  of Langstaff Rd. between Yonge St. and Bathurst St.
51  Parade on Yonge St.
52  The Gray house at the corner of Yonge St. and Major Mackenzie
53  Presbyterian Church Manse with 82 Yonge St. South to the right.
54  Hunt St. from its former site on Yonge St. where the Ford dealership is currently

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