Brockville Post Cards from the Past





Aerial View of Brockville in the 1960s.



S.S. Brockville, passing through the Brockville Narrows at Swiftwaters.



The new Brockville Public Library, funded by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation, in about 1910.



King Street, looking east, from Market Sq. in the 1930s.




The Brockville Rowing Club, 21 Water St. E. in the 1890s, during one of the Rowing Regattas.



King St. E., looking west in the 1920s.



The Revere Hotel, 7-13 King St. W. at Market Sq. in the 1950s.



Aerial View of the Brockville Collegiate Institute and the Brockville General Hospital in the 1960s.



George T. Fulford s yacht, Magedoma, moored at his dock, off the shore at his home, Fulford Place.



Idlewilde, the home of John A. Derbyshire on the shore west of downtown Brockville, about 1910.


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  • cliff green  On 6 August 2014 at 11:19 am

    i have a post card of thecourt house and registry office and one looking towards the river from the court house made by robert wright &co.

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