"The Park and the Bus," Hamilton Spectator, September 6, 1888 THE PARK AND THE BUS.
The funny man of the Hamilton
Spectator is the author of the following
brilliant, yet truthful, funnigraph :
Brer Livingston, of the Grimsby
INDEPENDENT, sticks up for the
management of Grimsby Park. He says:
" Those who know the least about
Grimsby Park ...
c. 1890, This black and white photograph, taken on the northwest corner of the Park House Hotel, shows approximately thirty people standing on the street and porch of the hotel. In the background, the temple is the dominant feature. Its sloped dome roof extends to thirty metres high and a cupola crowns it,...
c. 1895, This black and white photograph shows a close up view of the Temple. A man and a woman are standing in front of it holding their bicycles. Because the Temple was an open structure, cottages are visible on the other side of it. On the right-hand side of the photograph, the raised stage of the...
circa 1886 This sepia-toned photograph shows a large group of men, women, and children posing on the steps of the Park House Hotel. In the top right-hand section of the photograph, there is a person posing on the balcony of the hotel. The hotel had several steps, at least seven, leading up to the front porch...
c 1930 This black and white photograph features the Grimsby Beach railroad station. The long extension for farmers' produce shoots off down the left side of the photograph, extending beyond the frame of the photograph. There is an empty cart in the background, probably used for hauling produce to the...
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