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Subject:  General stores 
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Charles Matthew Lowrey with his friends 
Images    Black and white photograph of Charles Matthew Lowrey with his male friends, having fun in the park. The three pairs of participants are ready for a three-legged race with two judges on the side; Charles Matthew Lowrey (wearing hat) is the first on right. Undated, probably in the 1920's. Charles...
Lowrey's stone house in Queenston 
Images  1909,   Black and white photographs of Lowrey's home in Queenston. A substantial stone house with double verandah was known as the "family residence". Charles Matthew Lowrey bought the house in 1890s to accommodate his family when he moved to Queenston. It was inherited after M. Charles Lowrey's death in...
Robert J. Lowrey inside General Store in St. Davids 
Images    Black and white photograph inside E.D. Lowery General Store in St. Davids, on Creek Road, at the south-east corner of main intersection. A young man is standing behind the counter with a store scale on it. Different kinds of products are displayed on the shelves or hanging from the ceiling....
Charles Matthew Lowrey with his daughters 
ImagesHas Mystery?    Black and white photograph of Charles Matthew Lowrey with his three daughters (Luella, Edna and Marguerite), and two other unidentified women (Barbara, Lilian?). All ladies are wearing elegant dresses and fashionable hats. Undated, probably in the 1910's. Charles Matthew Lowrey [Lowery] was...
Charles Matthew Lowrey with his daughters 
Images    Black and white photograph of seated Charles Matthew Lowrey with his three daughters around: Luella (1st right), Edna and Marguerite. The picture taken inside the general store he owned and operated in Queenston, Ontario. Undated, probably in the 1910s. Charles Matthew Lowrey [Lowery] was born...
E.D. Lowrey's General Store in St. Davids 
ImagesHas Mystery?    Black and white, winter photograph of E.D. Lowery General Store in St. Davids, on Creek Road, at the south-east corner of main intersection. There are the hitching posts and utility poles (one with a sign advertising "Bell Telephone Co"). Two unidentified men are posing in front of the store. The...
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Queenston Collection


Queenston Collection includes an extensive historical material from the area collected by Jean Huggins.