It’s Wayback Wednesday, sponsored by Pharmasave Huntsville!
This is Goldie and Fisher’s store. Thomas Goldie and James Fisher operated their business where Pharmasave is today (and previously Eaton’s) where they sold a variety of wares including dry goods, groceries, clothing and boots. (Photo courtesy of Janet and David Fisher via Huntsville: With Spirit and Resolve.)
Last week we shared this photo:
This is Huntsville High and Public School at the corner of Caroline and Centre streets, ca. 1918. The school was where the current Huntsville Public School playground is today. The school was designed by William Proudfoot and built by W.G. Hunt for a cost of $15,000. The 12-room brick building opened May 8, 1905. It was demolished in May 1967. All that remains today is the bell and bell tower, which rest at the entrance of Muskoka Heritage Place. (Photo and details courtesy of Muskoka Digital Archives.)
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