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    • Young Girl on Swing

    • Young Girl on Swing
    • Young girl on swing wearing a middy and bows in her hair.
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    • Young family portrait

    • Young family portrait
    • William M. Munro -Young Family: Among Munro’s studio portraits was this one of the Young family taken in the mid 1920s. From the left are Fraser, mother Margaret, Pearl, Hildred, father Milton ,and Fraser. The boys went on to be doctors like...
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    • Yorston and Meyer Slip Track

    • Yorston and Meyer Slip Track
    • The Yorston and Meyer slip track being built in 1895. This track would be towed out and sunk and would be used for the slip to be run on. In the background Hooper's farm and the Marine Hospital can be seen.
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    • Wyona Camp

    • Wyona Camp
    • Wyona Camp Seacreast 1919.
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    • WWI Vets

    • WWI Vets
    • WWI vets are from left were Malcolm MacCharles, James F. (Doe) English, John Reeves, George MacLean, Judge J. Welsford MacDonald, Fielding Smith, Spurge Gordon.
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    • Wren Alison Andrews WWII

    • Wren Alison Andrews WWII
    • Alison Andrews, second from the left front row, posed for a group photo with fellow wrens during WWII.
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    • World War II Sailors

    • World War II Sailors
    • Sailors during WWII on Church Street with First Presbyterian Church in the background.
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    • World famous swimmer - Eva Morrison

    • World famous swimmer - Eva Morrison
    • Pictou's world famous swimmer Eva Morrison was cited in 1915 as the only woman to make the three-mile Boston Light swim, with a promise to attempt the English Channel in 1916.
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    • Working on the John Guy.

    • Working on the John Guy.
    • Working on the John Guy. 1960. Ferguson Ind. Ltd.
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    • Workers on John Guy

    • Workers on John Guy
    • Workers on John Guy. Munroe Langille second from right. 1960.
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    • Wooden buildings

    • Wooden buildings
    • Remember when these wooden buildings were torn down in 1970? The present Town Office is located here.
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    • Wooden barrels

    • Wooden barrels
    • Men in front of building with wooden barrels.
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    • Wood taken by barge

    • Wood taken by barge
    • Wood taken by barge from Pictou Harbour.
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    • Womens Church Auxilary

    • Womens Church Auxilary
    • On May 25, 1955 these church ladies met at the cottage of Ruby Bethune at Seacrest. Kay Taylor seated in front. Middle row, from left: Doreen Blenkhorn, Doris MacPherson, Marjorie Gray, Betty Helm, Lois Robb, Ruby Bethune. Back row, from left:...
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    • Winter Snowfall

    • Winter Snowfall
    • A big winter snowfall in the 1930s meant a crew of men and shovels went to Hockins Corner to dig out the road.
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    • Winnifred Grant

    • Winnifred Grant
    • Winnifred Grant, for whom the Opportunity Shop was later named, proudly wore her Salvation Army Uniform while performing charitable acts.
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    • Wing Sang Chinese Laundry

    • Wing Sang Chinese Laundry
    • Years before this photo of Wing Sang Chines Laundry was taken, this structure at the corner of Constitution and Church Streets was the home to Sir William Dawson, former President of McGill College.
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    • William Villers Mansel Grave

    • William Villers Mansel Grave
    • William A.H. Villers Mansel, known as the Prince of Pictou, died January 3, 1811 at the age of 33. The well dressed illegitimate son of King George IV sepent the last years of his life carousing in the taverns on Creighton Street. He is buried in...
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