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  • illustration: The Marchmont Home
    illustration: The Marchmont Home
    imagetext  unknown, illustration: The Marchmont Home, "illustration: The Marchmont Home," Canadian Illustrated News, 1876     illustration taken from photograph by J.W. Boyce
    imagetext  unknown, illustration: The Marchmont Home, "illustration: The Marchmont Home," Canadian Illustrated News, 1876   illustration taken from photograph by J.W. Boyce
    Belleville Public Library
  • The Queen's Plate
    The Queen's Plate
    image  Unknown, The Queen's Plate, "The Queen's Plate," Canadian Illustrated News, 18 June 1870     The Queen's Plate, Canada's most noted horse race, was run at Whitby in May 1870. The track was located on the west side of McQuay Street north of Dundas Street.The race was attended by John Sandfield Macdonald, Attorney General of Ontario, and records state that there were more than ten ...
    image  Unknown, The Queen's Plate, "The Queen's Plate," Canadian Illustrated News, 18 June 1870   The Queen's Plate, Canada's most noted horse race, was run at Whitby in May 1870. The track was located on the west side of McQuay Street north of Dundas Street.The ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873
    Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873
    image  William Notman, Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873, "Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873," Canadian Illustrated News, 1872     The Merryweather Steam Fire Engine, manufactured in England, served the Town of Whitby from November 1872 to 1926 when it was replaced by two motorized fire trucks. The engine saved downtown Oshawa from destruction by fire on the night of December 8, 1872. In 1934 the Town of Whitby gave ...
    image  William Notman, Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873, "Merryweather Steam Fire Engine at Montreal, 1873," Canadian Illustrated News, 1872   The Merryweather Steam Fire Engine, manufactured in England, served the Town of Whitby from November 1872 to 1926 when it was replaced by two motorized fire trucks. The engine saved ...
    Whitby Public Library
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