Accessibility: Skip to content


Results

We found 6 matching items.
Media Types Images   Groups Whitby Gazette and Chronicle  
list thumb list 2 columns gallery
  • William P. Stone
    William P. Stone
    image  Unknown, "William P. Stone," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 17 December 1914     William P. Stone (1893-1914)was the night telegraph operator at Whitby Junction Station. He was killed by a gunshot wound in the early hours of 11 December 1914. No one was convicted of his murder.
    image  Unknown, "William P. Stone," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 17 December 1914   William P. Stone (1893-1914)was the night telegraph operator at Whitby Junction Station. He was killed by a gunshot wound in the early hours of 11 December 1914. No one was ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Accident Site Inspection
    Accident Site Inspection
    image  Unknown, "Accident Site Inspection," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), March 1914     Printed underneath the top photograph: 'This picture shows the journeymen standing to the north of the track where the blood spots were found.' Printed underneath the bottom photograph: 'Looking east from a point 933 feet west of where the accident occurred. Men can be seen on the track where the ...
    image  Unknown, "Accident Site Inspection," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), March 1914   Printed underneath the top photograph: 'This picture shows the journeymen standing to the north of the track where the blood spots were found.' Printed underneath the bottom photograph: 'Looking east ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Mayor Fred Rowe
    Mayor Fred Rowe
    image  Graydon M. Goodfellow, "Mayor Fred Rowe," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 9 March 1938     Fred T. Rowe (1873-1959) was mayor of Whitby from 1938-1944. On 9 March 1938 he placed the first dial telephone call in Whitby to Albert W. Jackson, the town Reeve. The telephone exchange building was constructed between 1937-1938 on the west side of Brock Street between Colbourne and Dunlop Streets.
    image  Graydon M. Goodfellow, "Mayor Fred Rowe," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 9 March 1938   Fred T. Rowe (1873-1959) was mayor of Whitby from 1938-1944. On 9 March 1938 he placed the first dial telephone call in Whitby to Albert W. Jackson, the town Reeve. ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Whitby Amateur Athletic Association Intermediate B Champion Hockey Team
    Whitby Amateur Athletic Association Intermediate B Champion Hockey Team
    image  Marjorie G. Ruddy, "Whitby Amateur Athletic Association Intermediate B Champion Hockey Team," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 10 April 1940     The photograph was taken in Taylor Arena which was located on the east side of Brock between Gilbert and Ontario Streets.
    image  Marjorie G. Ruddy, "Whitby Amateur Athletic Association Intermediate B Champion Hockey Team," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 10 April 1940   The photograph was taken in Taylor Arena which was located on the east side of Brock between Gilbert and Ontario Streets.
    Whitby Public Library
  • Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913
    Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913
    image  Unknown, "Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 1913     The first Whitby Horse Show was held in the Town Park on 15-16 July 1913. The president was Fred Hatch, the vice president was Thomas Cussion, and the secretary was Albert W. Jackson. One other horse show was held in Whitby in 1914 but after that the events were discontinued ...
    image  Unknown, "Whitby Horse Show Advertisement, 1913," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 1913   The first Whitby Horse Show was held in the Town Park on 15-16 July 1913. The president was Fred Hatch, the vice president was Thomas Cussion, and the secretary was ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Advertisement for Grand Trunk Hotel
    Advertisement for Grand Trunk Hotel
    image  Unknown, "Advertisement for Grand Trunk Hotel," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 1858     The Grand Trunk Hotel was located on the south side of the Grand Trunk Railway (Canadian National Railway), east of the Victoria Street Crossing. It was built about 1856 and was destroyed by fire on 3 August 1896. The proprietor in 1858 was Thomas Lloyd.
    image  Unknown, "Advertisement for Grand Trunk Hotel," Whitby Gazette and Chronicle (1912), 1858   The Grand Trunk Hotel was located on the south side of the Grand Trunk Railway (Canadian National Railway), east of the Victoria Street Crossing. It was built about 1856 and ...
    Whitby Public Library
Web Tools
See Alternate Formats:
Dublin Core | RSS | Atom | Solr | Mods | RDF
Share
Search within these results
Contributors
Media Types
Location
Groups
Item Types
Years
18501850185118521853185418551856185718581859
18601860186118621863186418651866186718681869
18701870187118721873187418751876187718781879
18801880188118821883188418851886188718881889
18901890189118921893189418951896189718981899
19001900190119021903190419051906190719081909
19101910191119121913191419151916191719181919
19201920192119221923192419251926192719281929
19301930193119321933193419351936193719381939
19401940194119421943194419451946194719481949
Creative Commons