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Parade on Main Street 
Image  1908,   The parade route was along Main Street, or Colborne Street as it was also known. It was later renamed Lakeshore Road. Main Street Parade Oakville 1908
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Oakville Parade 
Image  1908,   The townspeople of Oakville gather for a parade. Parade Oakville 1908
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The Aquatic Club House 
Image  1908,   Spectators stand on the dock of the clubhouse to watch the canoe contests and sports on Sixteen Mile Creek. Club House Oakville 1908
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Mixed Fours 
Image  1908,   Residents of Oakville participate in a canoe race along Sixteen Mile Creek. "Mixed Fours" Oakville Aug 1908
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Sports Oakville 
Image  1908,   The two men standing in the canoes appear to be preparing for a canoe tipping contest on Sixteen Mile Creek. Spectators watch from canoes in the background. Sports Oakville 1908
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Water Sports 
Image  1908,   Four gentlemen in canoes participate in water sports in Oakville. Another canoe can be seen alongside the pier. Water Sports Oakville 1908
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Langmuir Summer Home 
Image  ca 1910,   The summer home of Ed Langmuir was located at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville.
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Langmuir Summer Home 
Image  ca 1910,   The Langmuir family's summer home was located at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville.
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W.S. Davis 
Image  February 1908,   W.S. Davis and an unidentified girl sit in a sleigh in front of the Marlatt House. The house located at 43 Dunn Street was built by Cecil G. Marlatt in 1888. For a time it was a funeral home but later returned to a private residence. Marlat's House now Funeral Parlour Uncle Will Davis Oakville...
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A Country Road in Oakville 
Image  February 1908,   Country Road Oakville Feb 1908
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Oakville Shore 
Image  1908,   Oakville Shore 1908
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Oakville Shore 
Image  ca 1908,   Oakville Shore in Winter
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Oakville in Winter 
Image  ca 1908,   Oakville in Winter
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Oakville Shore in Winter 
Image  ca 1908,   Oakville Shore in Winter
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Oakville in Winter 
Image  ca 1908,   Oakville (Shore?) in Winter
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The Cavers House 
Image  February 1908,   Wife of W.S. Davis, Agnes Davis was born a Cavers as was Marie Langmuir. Cavers House
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Oakville Harbor 
Image  1908,   Oakville Harbor 1908
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Sailing in Oakville 
Image  ca 1908,  
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Marching Band on Main Street 
Image  1908,   The marching band takes its turn in a parade held on Main Street, also known as Colborne Street. Colborne Street was later renamed Lakeshore Road. Parade Oakville 1908
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Langmuir Summer Home 
Image  ca 1910,   This house lies at the foot of Trafalgar Road in Oakville. Margaret 'Peg' Langmuir and Janet and Isabel Langmuir are seated on the porch.
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Oakville stereoviews


A marvelous collection of unpublished stereoviews from Oakville in the years before World War I.