Sunday, October 22, 2006

My Hamilton








HAMILTON

Mayors of Hamilton



The collages corrispond with the names and dates below in order starting from the top left.

1847
Colin Campbell Ferrie
1808-1856

1848
George Sylvester Tiffany
1805-1856

1849
William L. Distin
1789-1879

1850
John Fisher
1806-1882

1851
John Rose Holden
1821-1879

1852
Nehemiah Ford
ca 1808-1860

1853
William G. Kerr
ca 1814-1861

1854
James Cummings
(3 months)
1815-1894

1854-1855
Charles Magill
(9 months)
1816-1898

1856
James Cummings
1815-1894

1857
John Francis Moore
1812-1894

1858
George Hamilton Mills
1827-1901

1859-1861
Henry McKinstry
1805-1871

1862-1864
Robert McElroy
ca 1810-1881

1865-1866
Charles Magill
1816-1898

1867
Benjamin Ernest Charlton
1835-1901

1868
Hutchison Clark
1806-1877

1869
James Edwin O’Reilly
1833-1907

1870
George Murison
1820-1889

1871-1872
Daniel Black Chisholm
1832-1899

1873-1874
Benjamin Ernest Charlton
1835-1901

1875-1876
George Roach
1818-1904

1877-1878
Francis Edwin Kilvert
1838-1910

1879-1881
James Edwin O’Reilly
1833-1907

1882-1883
Charles Magill
1816-1898

1884-1885
John James Mason
1842-1903

1886-1887
Alexander McKay
1843-1912

1888-1889
William Doran
1834-1903

1890-1891
David McLellan
1841-1892

1892-1893
Peter Campbell Blaicher
1835-1900

1894-1895
Alexander David Stewart
1852-1899

1896
George Elias Tuckett
1835-1900

1897-1898
Edward Alexander Colquhoun
1844-1904

1899-1900
James Vernall Teetzel
1853-1926

1901-1902
John Strathearne Hendrie
1857-1923

1903-1904
Wellington Jeffers Morden
1837-1928

1905-1906
Sanford Dennis Biggar
1861-1920

1907-1908
Thomas Joseph Stewart
1848-1926

1909-1910
John Inglis McLaren
1865-1948

1911-1912
George Harmon Lees
1860-1936

1913-1914
John Allan
1856-1922

1915-1916
Chester Samuel Walters
1878-1958

1917-1920
Charles Goodenough Booker
1859-1926

1921-1922
George Charles Coppley
1858-1936

1923-1925
Thomas William Jutten
1861-1955

1926-1927
Freeman Ferrier Treleaven, Q.C.
1884-1952

1928-1929
William Burton
1888-1944

1930-1933
John Peebles
1872-1948

1934-1935
Herbert Earl Wilton
1869-1937

1936-1943
William Robert Morrison, K.C.
1878-1947

1944-1949
Samuel Lawrence
1879-1959

1950-1962
Lloyd Douglas Jackson
1888-1973

1963-1976
Victor Kennedy Copps
1919-1988

1977-1980
John Alexander MacDonald
1927-

1981-1982
William Powell
1907-1992

1983-2000
Robert Maxwell Morrow
(longest serving mayor)
1946-

2001-2003
Robert E. Wade

2004-2006
Larry DiIanni


2007-
Fred Eisenberger

Hamilton Farmers Market cerca WW1. Located on the land that is now Jackson Square in downtown Hamilton.
Gage Park in Hamilton cerca 1930s

Sherman Ave N in Hamilton cerca 1914. I still remember the police station that was in operation into the late seventees maybe early eightees. I live just a block north of where this picture was taken. Posted by Picasa

Spencer Creek, Dundas
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Webster Falls- Ancaster Ontario
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Old Post Card of the Rose Garden Located at Gage Park in Hamilton.
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Constructed between 1832-1835. Dundurn Castle has been restored to the year 1855 when MacNab was at the height of his career as a lawyer, landowner, railway magnate and Premier of the United Canadas (1845-56). Over forty rooms, above and below stairs, have been furnished to compare the life of a prominent Victorian family with that of their servants. Costumed staff guide visitors through the home, illustrating daily life from the 1850s.
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Queen Victoria stands proud, looking out over Gore Park at the corner of King St W and James St S in downtown Hamilton.
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The Old Burk's Clock keeping perfect time out front Jackson Square Mall .
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On the set of "The Eleventh Hour" The scene was a flashback to a ficticious chess match between the Russian and Canadian champions set in Montreal. I sat behind the actor playing the Russian (left side of the picture) Posted by Picasa

Here's a picture of the inside of Liuna station. A friend of mine snapped this when we worked on the set of the Canadian series "The Eleventh Hour". Posted by Picasa

Here's a picture of the inside of Liuna station. A friend of mine snapped this when we worked on the set of the Canadian series "The Eleventh Hour". Posted by Picasa

Here are nine photos depicting many of the spenders that can be found in and around the City of Hamilton. Liuna Station (former CN Rail)
This is the same station featured in many films including "X-Men" and "The Long Kiss Goodnight
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April 10 2002, Picture of the once famous Hamilton diner Mori's lunch. The first place John lived in when he came from Saskatchewan in May 1956. Posted by Picasa

Again, St Patricks RC Church. Posted by Picasa

A beautiful shot of Hamilton taken from the mountain brow towards the downtown. Posted by Picasa

The enterance to Peace Memorial School. This is where my dad went to grade school.  Posted by Picasa

Hamilton, ON City Hall 1836 and 1839. Posted by Picasa

Hamilton ON, City Hall 1888. Posted by Picasa

Hamilton, ON current City Hall built in 1960. Posted by Picasa

A brief overview of Hamilton's History. part1 Posted by Picasa

Hamilton, ON history part2 Posted by Picasa

Hamilton, ON history part 3. Posted by Picasa

Ariel shot of King St in downtown Hamilton, ON cerca 1960. Posted by Picasa

The Historic Pigott Building on James St in downtown Hamilton cerca 1960. Posted by Picasa

The history of the Pigott brothers, one of the most influential group of architects in Canada. Posted by Picasa

Later,
Kenaz


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