Thames Street

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above, Thames Street, looking south from Charles Street – circa 1915

Post office pictured on the right.
Photograph courtesy of Mr. George Wood

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above, An historic postcard depicting Thames Street at Charles Street, looking south, circa 1940s

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above, an historic postcard depicting Thames Street at King Street, looking north

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above, an historic postcard depicting Thames Street, looking north

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above, an historic postcard depicting Thames Street at King Street, looking north

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above, A photograph by Grace Gregory depicting Thames Street at Charles Street, looking north, 1952

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above, Thames Street, looking north

An arch constructed by the St. Charles Condensing Co., in all likelihood to celebrate a royal visit.

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above, A formidable looking band posed on Thames Street, camera looking South to the corner of King Street

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above, Decoration of graves at Ingersoll, Ontario — Independent Order of  Oddfellows Annual Parade, Sunday, June 29th, 1930 — posing on Thames Street, camera is facing east, mid-block between King & Charles Streets

Photograph by Dominion Panoramic, 561 King Street, London, Ontario

–donated by Jocelyn Fitzmorris

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above, A postcard depicting the Victoria Day celebrations, Thames Street, May 24th, 1906

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above, a postcard depicting a Ingersoll’s Centennial parade in 1952 on Thames Street at the corner of Charles Street, looking east.

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above, a postcard depicting Thames Street at King Street

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above, a postcard depicting Thames Street

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Cecil Graydon’s candy, cigar store and ice cream parlour believed to have been located on the west side of Thames Street near the corner of Charles Street.

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