Jerry Lick House
Description
Creator
Unknown, Photographer
Media Type
Image
Object
Item Type
Postcards
Description
Black and white negative depicting a photographic postcard of The Stone Lodge in Oshawa, Ontario. There is a woman standing in the driveway on the left hand side of the image and on the right hand side of the image people are gathered under a large umbrella.
Notes
The Stone Lodge was the residence of Jeremiah Lick (1830-1906) and was built by Ashburn stone mason William Pearson in 1884 on the south side of Highway 2 between Thickson Road and Kendalwood Road. In the 1940s it was used as a tourist home, operated by Adelina Jeffrey (nee Lick), wife of John Arthur Jeffrey. In the 1950s it became a nursing home called Arden and later, Sunnybrae. It is now Sunnycrest Nursing Home.
Inscriptions
"The Stone Lodge - Lick's Hill/ Mrs. A. Jeffrey, R.R.3, Oshawa, Ontario/Large Rooms. Bath. Shower. Hot Water/Phone Whitby 947"
Date of Original
c. 1940
Date Of Event
c. 1940
Subject(s)
Local identifier
28-000-064
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.8867587848651 Longitude: -78.9090013504028
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Reproduction Notes
Scanned from copy negative
Contact
Whitby Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

405 Dundas Street West, Whitby, Ontario L1N 6A1

For inquires about any newspaper content please contact askreference@whitbylibrary.ca

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Jerry Lick House


Black and white negative depicting a photographic postcard of The Stone Lodge in Oshawa, Ontario. There is a woman standing in the driveway on the left hand side of the image and on the right hand side of the image people are gathered under a large umbrella.