Today, Camp Kitchen is a public swimming area and home to the Purser’s Cabin marking the end of the line for the Portage Flyer. This photo shows a different scene. Do you know what was in the park way back then? (Photo courtesy of Muskoka Digital Archives.)
This week, Huntsville was built on the lumber industry. By the 1890s, there were four lumber companies in town employing 175 men. Do you know who owned this mill or where it was located? (Photo courtesy of Muskoka Heritage Place.)
St. Mary’s Anglican Church is 130 years old – reportedly the oldest stone church in Muskoka. Do you have any memories of this quaint church?
This week, an 1875 pencil sketch of a young Huntsville by George Harlow White depicts a much different place than we know today. Oh, Huntsville, how you’ve grown! (Image courtesy of Toronto Public Library)
This week, Huntsville has long had a public library. Can you pick out the location of this one? What’s your favourite library memory?
This week, a vintage baseball game. Can you guess the year and where this diamond was? Bonus points if you can name any players on the team.
In this week’s photo: What would have had a camera crew filming this row of mostly swimsuit-clad women in Lake of Bays? Can you guess the occasion and the date?