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Year:  1945  Contributors: Cobourg Public Library   Sort by:  Relevance
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H. W. Cooey Machine and Arms Co. 
ImageComments:  c. 1945  The Cooey rifle factory was located in the old Ontario Woollen Mills buildings. It was taken over by Winchester-Western a manufacturer of sporting guns and ammunition.After a fire destroyed the Port Hope plant for the Cobourg Star newspaper, the production to the paper moved to the former...
Nurse 
ImageMysteries:  Unknown  Nuring graduation photograph.
Joseph R. McCreary 
Image  Unknown  Joseph R. McCreary passed away on Nov 30/1970 at 69 years old.
Army Base 
Image  1945  ...On back: Tucker 1945 March Past...
Army base 
ImageComments:  1945  ...On front: V/Parade 5CDN /23/5 P.H.H. 3 On back: Tucker 1945 March Past...
36th Field Battery, 'Dog Troop RECCE' 
Image  1 Apr 1945  ...36th Field Battery - RECCE (Reconnaissance) party Sogel - Germany April 1945 The soldiers shown in this photograph are: Standing: Cy. Johns - D. R. and Signals; Herb Danter - GP.O.ACK.OP.ACK; Macdonald -1/2 Track Driver; Harry Taylor - Signals; BQMS Ellerton (Bill) - D. R.Liason; Front row: Bill...
Fred and Ida Sargent with Fred Nobles 
Image  unknown  Fred Sargent, Ida Sargent, Fred Nobles Digital scan only.
Melzer Nobles Family 
ImageComments:  unknown  Digital scan only
Army Base 
Image  1945  ...On back: Tucker 1945 March Past...
Cobourg Dyeing Co.,Limited 
Image  c.1945  William Street. The Cobourg Dye Works was owned by the Dick Family from Montreal. Originally, the building housed a brewery operated by John Sinclair Wallace. Wallace came to Cobourg with his father, Captain Patrick Wallace and his cousins the Mackenchnies. The Brewery was later carried on by the...
Douglas-Pectin Limited 
Image  c.1945  Ontario Street Also called the Douglas Packing Company was located on Ontario Street, north of University Ave. In 1919 the Imperial Munitions Board plant, on 15 acres west of town was purchased by the York State Fruit Company, the largest manufacturer of vinegar. Robert Douglas, a Scottish...
Dominion Wheel and Foundries Limited 
Image  c.1945  George Street
Canadian Canners Limited 
Image  c.1945  East side of Ontario Street, north of the railway.
Donald McKinnon & Sons 
Image  c.1945  Carpet and Matting factory located on Ontario Street South
Cobourg Matting & Carpet Co. Limited 
ImageComments:  c.1945  Tremaine Street The Cobourg Matting and Carpet Works was the only one of its kind in Canada. It was formed in 1884 out of a smaller enterprise and manufactred rugs and mats, including cocoa, jute, matting and wool rugs. Mats from this factory were in government buildings in Ottawa and Toronto and...
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. 
Image  c.1945  University Street, west of Spring Street. The Lydia Pinkham business manufactured palliatives for various ills, especially female complaints. It started when Massachusetts-born Lydia Estes Pinkham and her sons in 1875, began selling her home-brewed patent medicine known as Lydia E. Pinkham's...
An agreement made between Thomas Robert Waldie and Robert and Christina Waldie 
Text  7 Aug 1945  An agreement made between Thomas Robert Waldie and Robert and Christina Waldie
Army Base 
ImageComments:Mysteries:  1945  ...On back: Tucker 1945 March Past...
Army Base 
ImageComments:  1945,   ...23rd Field Regiment March Past, 29 Jun 1945...
Excerpt for Canadian Geographic entitled "The Town of Cobourg, 1798-1945" 
ImageNewspapers    ...Excerpt for Canadian Geographic entitled "The Town of Cobourg, 1798-1945" written by Edwin C. Guillet. Source: Canadian Geographic Journal, Vol. 30, June 1945. Courtesy of Doug Sifton. Acquired: May 31, 2005...
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