A photograph of the 1961 construction of a new bridge over the Muskoka River on Taylor Rd., Bracebridge, looking westward toward downtown.
A photograph of the construction in 1961 of the new bridge over the Muskoka River on Taylor Rd., Bracebridge, looking eastwards up Hunt's Hill.
A photograph of the new facility for the aged in Bracebridge,"The Pines" located on Pine St. 1961
1876 Inscription on the back reads: Junction Hotel, Falkenburg, re-photographed from photo taken in 1876 by late John Hollingworth, Sr., of Beatrice, Central Muskoka.
Reverse side of a colour brochure from the early days of Santa's Village, Bracebridge, Muskoka.
A colour brochure from the early days of Santa's village in Bracebridge, Muskoka.
The Steamer "Mildred" travelling down the Muskoka River with passengers enjoying the sights.
Aerial view of Bracebridge in 1947 showing the southern end of Manitoba Street, the Silver Bridge, the railroad tracks and Entrance Drive.
Segwun and Sagamo in retirement at dock in Gravenhurst.
Built in 1929, this bandstand is still the site of weekly musical concerts in 1999.
Bracebridge Court House on Dominion Street in 1999.
Aerial photo of Bracebridge Bay in 1999.
Bracebridge Municipal Building or Town Hall as it appeared in 1999, located on Dominion St., in Bracebridge.
The memorial fountain in Bracebridge Memorial Park was originally the result of a campaign launched in 1900 by G. H. O. Thomas, principal of Bracebridge Public School, who organized an outdoor children's concert to raise funds to beautify the park. Re-located several times over the years, the...
See Muskoka the "Mildred" Way, according to the back of this postcard. Three cruises every day left from the Wharf in Bracebridge. Morning cruise fare $2, afternoon cruise fare $2.50 and sunset cruise fare $1.50 Her captain was R. J. MacPherson.
The birthplace of Dr. Norman Bethune was the Presbyterian manse in Gravenhurst in 1890 where Dr. Bethune's father served as minister. It was sold to the federal government in 1973 and officially opened in 1976 as a memorial to an outstanding Canadian.
The birthplace of Norman Bethune, which was the Presbyterian manse in 1890, the year of his birth, has become a very popular museum, especially with Chinese tourists. Dr. Norman Bethune contributed remarkable advances to medical aid in the field in wartime. He died of a virulent form of blood...
The Gateway at the south end of Gravenhurst was originally constructed in 1925 when the Ferguson Highway was completed, allowing automobile traffic. It has undergone several renovations - this appears to be one from the 1990's perhaps.