May 5, 2018

50 Found Photos That Capture Everyday Life of Canada From the Early 20th Century

These found photos from gt_hawk63 that show how everyday life of Canada (mostly Ontario) looked like from over 100 years ago.

Three yong women at the river

Through a sea of grain

Two Canadian men after harvesting, Culloden, Ontario

Two farm girls in Culloden, Ontario

Two horses, two men and one wagon

Wheels and the man

A boy and his car

A happy day, London, Ontario

A man, a boy, and a buggy

A stern-wheeler, Dundas, Ontario

Boy riding on his bicycle, Culloden, Ontario

Buzzing firewood

Canoes at the boathouse on the lake, possibly from the Muskokas or Lake Simcoe

Crossing on the ferry

Down on the farm, somewhere in Toronto

Farm girls in Culloden, Ontario

Feeding the ducks at home, possibly in Goderich or Blyth area of Huron County, Ontario,

Four horse hitch and binder

Frank Hyde's Drug Store, probably in Woodstock, Ontario

George's wagon

Heffron's Meat Market and the office of Thomas Code, Blyth, Ontario

Horse and buggy days

Horses and men, probably father and son

Lunenburg dockside

Merry men in Sarnia, Ontario

Mother and daughter pose in front of their automobile

Office work

On the job

On the rocks

Parade in Sarnia, Ontario

Prairie prosperity, Dundas, Ontario

Railway through town

Raising the roof, somewhere in Southwestern Ontario

Rock and read

Seven men and a log cabin

Straight home young man

Summer idyll

Taking a break, Woodstock, Ontario

Taking a break

The brick makers

The division of labour, somewhere in Southern Ontario

The farm family on holiday, probably Northern Ontario or the West

The homeowners, somewhere in Southern Ontario

The picnic

The plow jockey

The shanty in the bush

The Vienna Band, Vienna, Ontario

Three couples in a cart, possibly in Goderich or Blyth area of Huron County, Ontario

Three men and a child

Three men in a buggy, probably father and sons






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