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R.S. McLaughlin Collegiate and Vocational Institute, documented by photographic historian Thomas Bouckley, July 1970.  This school, located on Stevenson Road, is still open today

R.S. McLaughlin Collegiate and Vocational Institute, documented by photographic historian Thomas Bouckley, July 1970. This school, located on Stevenson Road, is still open today

Westmount School, from the Oshawa Archives Collection

Oshawa Schoolbooks

#throwbackthursday to the Central Spring Co., c. 1925. This industry was located at 133 Ritson N. & they made springs for all automobiles. #historyliveshere #oshawamuseum #ouroshawa #oshawahistoryliveshere #vintage #tbt #oshawa #industry

#throwbackthursday to the Central Spring Co., c. 1925. This industry was located at 133 Ritson N. & they made springs for all automobiles. #historyliveshere #oshawamuseum #ouroshawa #oshawahistoryliveshere #vintage #tbt #oshawa #industry

A982.45.5, Black and White photo of Columbus school with school children out front.

A982.45.5, Black and White photo of Columbus school with school children out front.

Oshawa House with Bishop Bethune Girls, From the Oshawa Community Archives Collection

The Oshawa House

Oshawa House with Bishop Bethune Girls, From the Oshawa Community Archives Collection

The Conant family home, c. 1902

Where The Streets Get Their Names – Thomas Street

The Conant family home, c. 1902

Paving the streets at the Four Corners, from the Oshawa Archives Collection

Where The Streets Get Their Names – Simcoe Street

Paving the streets at the Four Corners, from the Oshawa Archives Collection

Print, Photographic: Cottage on Lakeshore Road, Oshawa

Print, Photographic: Cottage on Lakeshore Road, Oshawa

#throwbackthursday to downtown Oshawa in 1998.  Photograph of the roofs of two churches, St. Andrew's and Simcoe United.  St. Andrew’s today is known as the Oshawa Community Church. The photographer named this photo ‘Two Steeples.’ From the Dowsley Collection (A016.10.122) #tbt #oshawa #ouroshawa #vintage #oshawamuseum #downtownoshawa

#throwbackthursday to downtown Oshawa in 1998. Photograph of the roofs of two churches, St. Andrew's and Simcoe United. St. Andrew’s today is known as the Oshawa Community Church. The photographer named this photo ‘Two Steeples.’ From the Dowsley Collection (A016.10.122) #tbt #oshawa #ouroshawa #vintage #oshawamuseum #downtownoshawa

Robson Leather Tannery, from the Oshawa Community Archives

The Village of Cedar Dale

Robson Leather Tannery, from the Oshawa Community Archives

Simcoe Street Methodist Church, Oshawa

Oshawa in 1867

A010.23.1, Print, Photographic: Black and white copy of a postcard. Unique view of the McLaughlin Carriage Factory, showing the offices as well as the rail line.

A010.23.1, Print, Photographic: Black and white copy of a postcard. Unique view of the McLaughlin Carriage Factory, showing the offices as well as the rail line.