Oshawa Public Libraries' Newspaper Index
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St. Joseph Convent 
Image  ca. 1900-1910s  Black and white photo of the St. Joseph Convent on Simcoe Street North. This was originally the St. Joseph Convent, first established by Rev. Proulx in 1859. This building was an expansion of the original structure. It is located on the north east corner of Brock and Simcoe Street North.
Sam Trewin Home 
Image  ca. 1900s  Black and white photo of the exterior of the Sam Trewin Home, Simcoe Street North The home was demolished in 1909, and the land was used to build the Oshawa High School (now O'Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute).
R. N. Johns Residence (2) 
Image  Undated  Black and white photo of the R.N. Johns Residence at the north east corner of Brock & Mary streets. "R. N. Johns Home - N.E. Corner Brock & Mary Sts. Oshawa"
Queen's Hotel 
Image  ca. 1890  Black and white photo of the exterior of the Queen's Hotel located on the north-east corner of Bond & Simcoe Streets in Oshawa. Established in 1874, this was for many years the finest hotel in Oshawa. Ithis site had been previously occupied by Thomas Fuller's chair and bedstead business.
Genosha Hotel 
Image  Undated  Black and white postcard with pen and ink sketch of the Genosha Hotel on King Street East at Mary Street.
Oshawa Public Library 
Image  Early 1900s  Black and white photo of the exterior of Oshawa's old Carnegie Library located on Athol & Simcoe St. This library stood on the south-west corner of Athol and Simcoe Streets. The land was purchased from Dr. Coburn in May 1906 and the building was completed by 1909 at a cost of $12,000, funded by...
possible Mallett House 
ImageMysteries:  ca. 1950s  Black and white photo of the exterior of the "old" Mallett House in Cedardale. This house has a similar construction as the Mallett House inn. It is inconclusive at this time whether this is a picture of the same house after renovation.
Warren Mill 
Image  ca. 1890  Black and white photo of the exterior of the Warren Mill, located on the east side of the Oshawa Creek on the north side of King Street, in an area known as the Hollow. Built in 1837 by J. B. Warren, this flour mill was run by him until 1865 after which it changed possession numerous times until...
Oshawa Town Hall and Williams Piano Works 
Image  ca 1900  Colour postcard of the Oshawa town hall and piano works, facing west. The town hall was located on the south west corner of Richmond and Simcoe streets. The Williams Piano Works was located on Richmond Street at Church Street (now Centre street.
Vacant Clarke House relic of past 
Newspapers  Oshawa Journal, 30 Jul 1969, 6B 
Clarke House a relic 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 22 Dec 1971, p. 16 
Oshawa's newest coffee shop opens in Genosha 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 19 May 1976 
Affleck recalls doubts over Oshawa Civic Auditorium 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 21 Jan 1981, p. 77 
ACA wants to raise $13000 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 19 Sep 1981, p. 23 
Oshawa awaits word from province before decision on Guy House 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 13 Feb 1982, p. 9 
Tug of war over Oshawa's Rundle House.  Hospital foundation suggests demolishing home for cancer lodge 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 21 Sep 2005, A3 
Council moves to save Rundle House.  Bylaw halts attempt to demolish home. 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 9 Oct 2005, p. 1 
Heritage proposal heats up.  Simcoe Street homeowners reject plans for heritage district 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 2 Nov 2005, p. 1 
Turning an old hotel into new digs.  Notorious downtown rooming house gets a facelift. 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 5 Apr 2006, p. 1 
Heritage district plan is history.  Residents rejoice. 
Newspapers  Oshawa This Week (Oshawa, ON: Metroland Media; DurhamRegion.com), 5 May 2006, p. 1 
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