Oakville Images

Results

We found
610
matching items
list thumb list 2 columns gallery
  • Sunningdale Elementary School Dreamacres Primary Forest, 2007
    ImageText       In 1996, Sunningdale students, staff, parents and community embarked on a school grounds naturalization project in conjunction with Environment Canada and The Evergreen Foundation. The naturalized area has been tended and enhanced since then as this 2007 donation documents. See "Page 2" above for a photograph of the forested area.
    ImageText     In 1996, Sunningdale students, staff, parents and community embarked on a school grounds naturalization project in conjunction with Environment Canada and The Evergreen Foundation. The naturalized area has been tended ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Kerr Village Organic Market, 2007
    ImageText       Signs read: Everdale Organic Farms. Hands-on training for aspiring young farmers.
    ImageText     Signs read: Everdale Organic Farms. Hands-on training for aspiring young farmers.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Robert Hanham Homestead, Trafalgar Township
    ImageText       Hanham Homestead nr. Oakville (Trafalgar Twp) Ontario
    ImageText     Hanham Homestead nr. Oakville (Trafalgar Twp) Ontario
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Postcard: The Ford Motor Company's Plant Office, 1950's
    ImageText       Post card back (which is not included in this record): The Ford Motor Company's Plant Office Oakville, Ontario, Canada. ; Post Card Address ; Place Stamp Here Litho in Canada
    ImageText     Post card back (which is not included in this record): The Ford Motor Company's Plant Office Oakville, Ontario, Canada. ; Post Card Address ; Place Stamp Here Litho in Canada
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Postcard: Colborne Street, Looking North East, Oakville, Ontario, Canada
    ImageText       Postcard Back (not included here): Colborne Street, Looking North East Oakville, Ontario, Canada ; L. F. Charter, RR 4, Picton, Ontario ; Place Stamp here Litho in Canada ; Post Card Address
    ImageText     Postcard Back (not included here): Colborne Street, Looking North East Oakville, Ontario, Canada ; L. F. Charter, RR 4, Picton, Ontario ; Place Stamp here Litho in Canada ; Post ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Jack and Jennie Moulding, 1945
    Image       Jennie's family had come to Oakville, Trafalgar Township in 1840 from Ireland because of the potato famine. Jennie was a singer and met Jack through their church. As a young groom, working for the Gerard family of Garswood Hall, Ashton-in-Makerfield, Lancashire, he had driven the family each week to church ...
    Image     Jennie's family had come to Oakville, Trafalgar Township in 1840 from Ireland because of the potato famine. Jennie was a singer and met Jack through their church. As a young ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Oakville High School, April 1925
    Image       Written on slate in photograph: Oakville, Ont. High School. Apr. 22, 1925. Room 3. Hand printed on the front of the photograph: Oakville High School. Edna Wilson, 2nd row, 3rd from right. Handwritten on the back of the photograph: April 22, 1925, Room 3. Upper Left Row: 1. Frank Hughes ...
    Image     Written on slate in photograph: Oakville, Ont. High School. Apr. 22, 1925. Room 3. Hand printed on the front of the photograph: Oakville High School. Edna Wilson, 2nd row, 3rd ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Oakville High School, 1934
    ImageText       Printed by hand on front, “OAKVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1934” ; “M.A. PRINCIPAL” = Mr. M. Archibald; ? “HAMILTON” (photographer) -in pencil on back, “OTS 1934” ; Traf Hist Soc.”
    ImageText     Printed by hand on front, “OAKVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 1934” ; “M.A. PRINCIPAL” = Mr. M. Archibald; ? “HAMILTON” (photographer) -in pencil on back, “OTS 1934” ; Traf Hist Soc.”
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • 1924 Oakville Football Club
    ImageTextcomment       Oakville Football Club (OFC) and Officials. Season 1924 champions. Back Row, Left to Right- G. Shaw, Exec., J.M. McDuffee, Treasurer, G. McLaren, Exec., T. Blakelock, Exec., J. Taylor, Exec., I.R. Mills, Exec., A.A.P. Leiper, Pres., J. Horkins, Exec. Middle Row, Standing- H. Gilpin, Secretary, H. Stewart, Groundsman, H. Holbrook, Trainer, ...
    ImageTextcomment     Oakville Football Club (OFC) and Officials. Season 1924 champions. Back Row, Left to Right- G. Shaw, Exec., J.M. McDuffee, Treasurer, G. McLaren, Exec., T. Blakelock, Exec., J. Taylor, Exec., I.R. ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Oakville second-best place to live
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, 13 Mar 2014, p. 5     Best Places to Live in Canada
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, 13 Mar 2014, p. 5   Best Places to Live in Canada
    Oakville Public Library
  • OPL Oakville Heritage Moments: 40th Anniversary of the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts
    ImageVideo       The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, located in Centennial Square, is a valued community space that brings national and international musical acts, live theatre, comedy shows, and community performances to the people of Oakville. The space had been intended for a theatre auditorium since the Master Plan for the ...
    ImageVideo     The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, located in Centennial Square, is a valued community space that brings national and international musical acts, live theatre, comedy shows, and community performances ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • OPL Oakville Heritage Moments: Oakville in the First World War
    ImageVideo       From 1914-1918, the Western World and its imperial allies were engulfed in the first total world war that quickly became known as the ‘Great War’ While the front lines efforts raged on, the home front worked tirelessly to provide support for their troops overseas Oakville was a small town, at ...
    ImageVideo     From 1914-1918, the Western World and its imperial allies were engulfed in the first total world war that quickly became known as the ‘Great War’ While the front lines efforts ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • OPL Oakville Heritage Moments: Oakville Public Library
    ImageVideo       The Oakville Public Library first began in 1836 when William Tassie established a public reading room in the town’s meeting hall. In 1853, the Mechanics’ Institute took over the village library, offering a wider variety of book topics to the Oakville community. The Institute then merged with the Oakville Common ...
    ImageVideo     The Oakville Public Library first began in 1836 when William Tassie established a public reading room in the town’s meeting hall. In 1853, the Mechanics’ Institute took over the village ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Oakville Day at the Ex Aug. 27th
    Newspaper  Oakville Beaver, 7 Jun 1996, p. 28     ...
    Newspaper  Oakville Beaver, 7 Jun 1996, p. 28   ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Central Command Headquarters
    Image       Reverse side reads: "Dear Hazel, Having a nice time here. Hoping to see you soon. Remember m to your Mother & Dad. Nan"
    Image     Reverse side reads: "Dear Hazel, Having a nice time here. Hoping to see you soon. Remember m to your Mother & Dad. Nan"
    Oakville Public Library
  • St. Andrew's Church
    Image       Photo of St. Andrews Church, located at 47 Reynolds Street.
    Image     Photo of St. Andrews Church, located at 47 Reynolds Street.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Reservoir and Power House, Oakville
    Image       Postcard sent from Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 17 March 1919. Photo of the Oakville Pumping Station and Reservoir that was built between 1908-1909 and was located between Kerr and Wilson Streets.
    Image     Postcard sent from Arthur Hughes to his fiancee in Wimbledon, England in 1919. He went over to marry her in 1920. Sent 17 March 1919. Photo of the Oakville Pumping ...
    Oakville Public Library
  • Main Street, Oakville
    Image       Image of Main St (now Lakeshore Rd) looking east towards Trafalgar Rd. Photo taken in the 1950s.
    Image     Image of Main St (now Lakeshore Rd) looking east towards Trafalgar Rd. Photo taken in the 1950s.
    Oakville Public Library
  • View from the Red Cross Tea Rooms, Oakville
    Imagemystery       The King George Arch Bridge can be seen from the Red Cross Tea Rooms.
    Imagemystery     The King George Arch Bridge can be seen from the Red Cross Tea Rooms.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Yorkshire Cafe Business Card
    Imagemystery       ...
    Imagemystery     ...
    Oakville Public Library
Search within these results
Sort
Contributors
Media Types
Groups
See more ...
See fewer ...
Sort A-Z...
Sort by hits...
Subjects
See more ...
See fewer ...
Sort A-Z...
Sort by hits...
Item Types
See more ...
See fewer ...
Sort A-Z...
Sort by hits...
Years
18801880188118821883188418851886188718881889
18901890189118921893189418951896189718981899
19001900190119021903190419051906190719081909
19101910191119121913191419151916191719181919
19201920192119221923192419251926192719281929
19301930193119321933193419351936193719381939
19401940194119421943194419451946194719481949
19501950195119521953195419551956195719581959
19601960196119621963196419651966196719681969
19701970197119721973197419751976197719781979
19801980198119821983198419851986198719881989
19901990199119921993199419951996199719981999
20002000200120022003200420052006200720082009
20102010201120122013201420152016201720182019
Features
Creative Commons Rights
Map
Map of locations associated with these pictures. Click on a balloon to do a geographic search.
Web Tools
See Alternate Formats:
Atom | RSS | Dublin Core | Mods | Solr
Powered by / Alimenté par VITA Toolkit