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Livingstone Collection - Dunlop and Elizabeth Streets

  • Dunlop and Clapperton streetDunlop and Clapperton street
    Dunlop and Clapperton Streets, Barrie, after the fire on June 17, 1875. Due to all-wood construction, the fire destroyed the block from Dunlop to Collier and Mulcaster to Owen.
  • Dunlop Street, BarrieDunlop Street, Barrie
    Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking east from the Five Points sometime before 1875. Dominion House, a general store owned by Bernard Hinds, was also known as the Wildcat store for its decorative statues of wildcats.
  • North side of Dunlop Street, BarrieNorth side of Dunlop Street, Barrie
    North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking east from Owen Street, ca 1875.
  • Dunlop Street, BarrieDunlop Street, Barrie
    Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking east from Owen Street, ca. 1890.
  • Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking east from Owen Street.Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking east from Owen Street.
    Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking east from Owen Street. This was likely taken from the top of the Barrie railway station.
  • North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, at Owen StreetNorth side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, at Owen Street
    North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, at Owen Street, ca 1875. The Station Gore is visible in the foreground.
  • North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, at Owen StreetNorth side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, at Owen Street
    North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, at Owen Street, ca 1875. The Station Gore is visible in the foreground.
  • North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, showing the Queen's HotelNorth side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, showing the Queen's Hotel
    North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, showing the Queen's Hotel, ca. 1890. The Queen's Hotel developed and grew from humble beginnings as a hewn log tavern built in 1832 by John Bingham. In 1879, it was enlarged and bricked.
  • North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, showing the Queen's Hotel, ca.North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, showing the Queen's Hotel, ca.
    North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, showing the Queen's Hotel, ca. 1890. The Queen's Hotel developed and grew from humble beginnings as a hewn log tavern built in 1832 by John Bingham. In 1879, it was enlarged and bricked.
  • North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking west from near MulcasterNorth side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking west from near Mulcaster
    North side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, looking west from near Mulcaster, ca 1875. The Queen's Hotel developed and grew from humble beginnings as a hewn log tavern built in 1832 by John Bingham.
  • View of the south side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, from the Station Gore to Mulcaster St.View of the south side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, from the Station Gore to Mulcaster St.
    View of the south side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, from the Station Gore to Mulcaster St. The Northern Gazette was established by Mann
  • The damage from a fire on June 17, 1875, as seen from Owen Street.The damage from a fire on June 17, 1875, as seen from Owen Street.
    The damage from a fire on June 17, 1875, as seen from Owen Street. The buildings are on the south side of Dunlop Street, Barrie. The destroyed area is the block between Dunlop and Collier and Clapperton and Owen.
  • Washout on Dunlop Street at the Five Points, Barrie.Washout on Dunlop Street at the Five Points, Barrie.
    Washout on Dunlop Street at the Five Points, Barrie. The camera is pointed west down Dunlop Street.
  • North side of Dunlop Street looking east from Owen Street, ca.North side of Dunlop Street looking east from Owen Street, ca.
    North side of Dunlop Street looking east from Owen Street, ca. 1883. Many of these buildings were built or repaired after a fire in 1880. L. to r.: T. W. Gray
  • North side of Dunlop Street seen from Clapperton Street as rebuilt after the fire of 1875.North side of Dunlop Street seen from Clapperton Street as rebuilt after the fire of 1875.
    North side of Dunlop Street seen from Clapperton Street as rebuilt after the fire of 1875. Somerset House was built to replace the Bank Hotel.
  • South side of Dunlop St., Barrie, between Owen and Mulcaster.South side of Dunlop St., Barrie, between Owen and Mulcaster.
    South side of Dunlop St., Barrie, between Owen and Mulcaster. Known as the Boys Block, this view is as it was rebuilt in 1876 after it was burned in a fire in 1873.
  • Elizabeth Street (now Dunlop Street West), Barrie, looking west from the Five Points.Elizabeth Street (now Dunlop Street West), Barrie, looking west from the Five Points.
    Elizabeth Street (now Dunlop Street West), Barrie, looking west from the Five Points. Summersett's Hotel was built ca. 1841. It was later called the Wellington Hotel. In 2007, an explosion and fire caused the building to collapse.
  • South side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, from Owen Street to Clapperton Street.South side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, from Owen Street to Clapperton Street.
    South side of Dunlop Street, Barrie, from Owen Street to Clapperton Street.
  • The Mansion House, later the American Hotel, at Market Square on Collier Street, BarrieThe Mansion House, later the American Hotel, at Market Square on Collier Street, Barrie
    The Mansion House, later the American Hotel, at Market Square on Collier Street, Barrie, ca. 1875, seen from the Fire Hall tower. The frame houses were a middle class area known as The Pond