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Sampson House

Angled view of a large two storey stucco house known as Sampson House and located on the corner of King St. East & William St.

Sheldon & Davis

'The Sheiling'

View of a frame home known as 'The Sheiling'. It was the summer home of W.F. Nickle which is situated on Front Road, about 4 miles west of Kingston.

Wellington Street

Front view of a single storey stucco house with man standing in front of door. S. Sandinsk, owner.

45 King Street East

Front view of 45 King St.W. A two storey limestone house which was the home of Mrs. Edward Steacy.

506 Princess Street

View of an ornately decorated parlour in the home of George Newland, 506 Princess St.

Glen Lawrence

Front view of 'Glen Lawrence', the summer home of C.C. Abbott. This was a large two storey home situated beside McIntosh apple orchard.

Hillcrest

Exterior view of Hillcrest located at 72 Barrie St. ca.1800's or early 1900's. Several people are standing on lawn by tennis net.

Hillcroft

Angled view of 'Hillcroft' on Hillcroft Ave. Two storey limestone home.

Lilley, George E.O.

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