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  • Two cadets and four teenagers
        Two cadets and four teenage girls outside Knight's Menswear Store on Main Street
      Two cadets and four teenage girls outside Knight's Menswear Store on Main ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Blain and Hannant feed store
        The partnership of Blain and Hannant was rather an unusual one. J. T. Hannant(Jack Sr.) operated a very successful grocery store in the premises at 258 Main Street East. In the premises at 264 Main Street, J. W. (Jimmy) Blain ran the flour, feed and coal business. The two businesses ...
      The partnership of Blain and Hannant was rather an unusual one. J. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Jack Hannant Sr. (right) at his grocery store.
        Jack Hannant Sr. (right) serves from the counter of his grocery store at 258 Main Street. For further information see "Memories of Milton" by Mel Robinson.-
      Jack Hannant Sr. (right) serves from the counter of his grocery store ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • The Princess Theatre, Main Street, Milton, Ont.
        The "new" Princess Theatre was built after the original theatre burned in a 1915 fire. It's seen here in later years. Movies continued at the site from 1916 to March 1985. After 1983 the theatre was remodelled and the space used for stores.
      The "new" Princess Theatre was built after the original theatre burned in ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • T. D. Hume provided moving pictures at the Princess Theatre on Main Street
        In 1912, T. D. Hume began to provide a regular programe of moving pictures at his Princess Theatre. This theatre was destroyed by fire and replaced.
      In 1912, T. D. Hume began to provide a regular programe of ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Model Knitting Mills, Main Street, Milton, Ontario
        The building was originally built for Winn's Shoe Factory in 1892. Currently (2012) it has been converted into apartments, a restaurant and a hair salon.
      The building was originally built for Winn's Shoe Factory in 1892. Currently ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Mayfair Lunch, Main Street, Milton, Ontario
        The restaurant was destroyed by fire in June 1961. It was replaced by a modern building.
      The restaurant was destroyed by fire in June 1961. It was replaced ...
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  • 189 Main Street East, Milton, Ont.
        Formerly Judge Elliot's law office
      Formerly Judge Elliot's law office
    Milton Historical Society
  • 139-141 Main Street East, Milton, Ont.
        The Carradice Block. The houses are now (2011) stores.
      The Carradice Block. The houses are now (2011) stores.
    Milton Historical Society
  • 256-258 Main Street East, Milton, Ont.
        The Murray Building
      The Murray Building
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  • 196 Main St. East, Milton, Ont.12347
        The Bowes Building
      The Bowes Building
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  • Ina Hannant
        Picture taken on Main Street outside Kerr's Drug Store...
      Picture taken on Main Street outside Kerr's Drug Store...
    Milton Historical Society
  • 133 Main Street E., Lavery Building, Milton, Ont.
        Moffat/McLary Appliance Centre
      Moffat/McLary Appliance Centre
    Milton Historical Society
  • 167-171 Main Street East, Livery Stables, Milton, Ont.
        Knitter's Delight and Comic Express...
      Knitter's Delight and Comic Express...
    Milton Historical Society
  • The Lido Restaurant, 179-181 Main Street E., Milton, Ont.
        The building was originally built in the early 1900s for the Winn and Son Shoe Co.
      The building was originally built in the early 1900s for the Winn ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • View from Main Street across to Mary Street
        Picture taken from the top of the Post Office tower looking across to Mary Street. The two buildings in the far distance were demolished.
      Picture taken from the top of the Post Office tower looking across ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • View of the west side of Martin Street near the intersection with Main St.
        The picture was taken from the top of the Post Office tower. The restaurant 'Peter's Platters' is in the centre.
      The picture was taken from the top of the Post Office tower. ...
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  • Main Street, Milton, looking west from the intersection with Martin Street
        Photograph taken from the top of the Post Office tower.
      Photograph taken from the top of the Post Office tower.
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  • Aerial view of the intersection of Main Street and Charles Street.
        The picture was taken from the top of the Post office tower. On the extreme left is the front of the old Town Hall. On the corner in the centre is a building which has now been demolished. On the extreme lower right is the Canada Trust building.
      The picture was taken from the top of the Post office tower. ...
    Milton Historical Society
  • Intersection of Main Street and Charles Street.
        Aerial view of the intersection of Main Street and Charles Street. In the background is the local branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. In the foreground are stores at 246-250 Main Street with the corner of the Bank of Nova Scotia at 244 Main St. The building on the left ...
      Aerial view of the intersection of Main Street and Charles Street. In ...
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