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A collection of photos depicting life on the Kingston Peninsula and school life from 1900 to 2020.
Aerial view of Kingston shows historic MCS , Trinity Church and village buildings set in rolling hills with Bates Lake in the background on the left and Kingston Creek on the right.
Row of mature cabbages in garden behind original two and one half story school.
The Saint John and Kennebecasis Rivers flow on either side of this peninsula. The rivers meet at Lands End on Grand Bay.
Long narrow causeway crossing wide river with drawbridge close to shore. Light snow on ground and building roof tops.
A sailing ferry transporting two men and a horse-drawn carriage across a river.
Circa 1900, three story hotel close to the river shore and a church with a spire on the hill behind. People in canoes, sailboats and a steamboat on the water in foreground.
Starboard view of a steamboat with passengers on the St. John River
A right side view of a man in a horse-drawn buggy stopped at the foot of a farm laneway.
Right side view of man with hat sitting on horse drawn hay cutter.
A young teacher and six elementary students in front of a one-room cedar shingle school at the edge of a river in flood,
Head shot of an older bearded man wearing a tuxedo.
A painting of seven one-room schoolhouses circling a large two and a half storey school building.
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