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Collection    The Historic Images Gallery has a searchable database that provides centralized access to the collections of historical images physically located in several Mississauga city departments.
Cherry Hill House, Dixie 
Image    Copy of a sketch in the Illustrated Historical Atlas of Peel County, 1877. Cherry Hill was the family home of Joseph Silverthorn and his wife, Jane Chisholm. Silverthorn, a United Empire Loyalist, received a crown grant of 200 acres on Lot 11, Concession 1, NDS, on 6 November 1807. Cherry Hill...
Cherry Hill House, Dixie 
Image    680 Silver Creek Blvd. Conc 1 NDS, pt. Lot 11 S�. Photograph of the house at the time of restoration and future conversion to a restaurant. Cherry Hill was the family home of Joseph Silverthorn and his wife, Jane Chisholm. Silverthorn, a United Empire Loyalist, received a crown grant of 200...
Centre Road (Hwy 10), Cooksville 
Image    Unknown photograph of the old Centre Road, now Hurontario Street.
Methodist Church, Port Credit 
Image    Photograph of second Methodist church, Lakeshore Road, 151 Lakeshore Road West, Plan 300W, pt. Lot 9, pt. Lot 10. The original structure, a small red-brick building, was the second Methodist Church and was built in 1894. It was built on the site of the first Methodist Church, (1838), which was...
Streetsville 
Image    Map of the Northern part of Streetsville, Toronto Township, copied from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of Peel County, 1877.
Toronto Woollen Mills, Streetsville 
Image    Sketch of the Toronto Woollen Mills, Streetsville, operated by Barber Bros, taken from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of Peel County, 1877. The first mill on this location was owned by William J. Comfort, who had a sawmill and probably a grist mill in operation before 1826. Comfort gave...
Stone hookers, Port Credit 
Image    Copy of original photo from the Harold Hare Collection. Original photo: W. H. James. View from post office site; old iron bridge and two stone hookers, 1908, schooner George Dow at centre. Garnet Johnson on the left, and his cousin Norman Miller on the right. The original photograph was taken by...
Streetsville Public Library 
Image    Originally built in the 1860s, this two storey gable end frame structure of board and batten was originally used by the Cunningham family for their tinsmithing business. In 1902 the Streetsville Library Board acquired the building and it served as the public library until 1967 when the new...
Hamilton General Store and Post Office, Port Credit 
Image    Copy of a photograph from the Marg Naish Collection, courtesy of Mississauga South Historical Society. It shows a group of men, on a Sunday, standing before the Hamilton General Store at 71 Lakeshore Road East. The store was built ca 1850 by William Clarkson, who sold it after 1855 to Robert...
Ontario Research Foundation, Sheridan 
Image    Photo of Ontario Research Foundation, one of the research institutes at the Sheridan Park Research Foundation, now known as Sheridan Science and Technology Centre
Erindale Campus, University of Toronto, South Building 
Image    3359 Mississauga Road. Range 1 to 3 NDS, pt. Lots 4 to 5, Plan 550 pt. Blk M. Erindale Campus, now the University of Toronto at Mississauga. Photograph of the South Building, taken in 1978. The North Building was built 1966-1967; the South Building in 1970-1973. The first residences were built in...
Port Credit Yacht Club 
Image    14 Stavebank Road, Port Credit. The club was founded in July 1936. In 1991 the Club relocated to Lakefront Promenade Park.
Credit Valley Golf and Country Club, Erindale 
Image    2500 Old Carriage Road, Erindale. In 1930, Lieutenant Governor W. D. Ross built a summer residence including a six-hole golf course on property which was owned by the Ross family in Erindale. The summer residence is now called "The Old Clubhouse". In 1936 the summer residence was no longer used...
Square One Farmers� Market 
Image    The Farmers' Market at Square One, 1978, which has since been moved to the north-east parking area off of Rathburn Road. Built in 1973 on land which was originally the Carr Farm, Square One Shopping Centre is the largest enclosed mall in Ontario and the second largest in Canada. Located near the...
Hurontario Street, Cooksville 
Image    Aerial photograph looking south from about Burnhamthorpe Road
QEW cloverleaf interchange, Cooksville 
Image    Interchange at Hurontario Street and Queen Elizabeth Way, looking west
Square One Shopping Centre 
Image    100 City Centre Drive. Photo, taken in 1978 of the centre court at Square One, before it was covered over by a roof. Built in 1973 on land which was originally the Carr Farm, Square One Shopping Centre is the largest enclosed mall in Ontario and the second largest in Canada. Located near the...
City Centre, Mississauga 
Image    Construction at the City Centre, Mississauga, about 1978.
McLaughlin Building 
Image    77 City Centre Drive. This was originally the McLaughlin Building, built by S. B. McLaughlin, the developer, and later owned by Mascan. It is presently an office building.
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