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|Charley Park Post World War I Charley Park, official residence
of lieutenant-governor in Rosedale, Toronto, Ontario.
|Michilimackinac The Officers' quarters at Michilimackinac.
Watercolour by George A. Cuthbertson (1900-1969).
|Cooksville Home Rural home near Cooksville, Ontario, in the
|Alwington House Alwington House, Kingston, Ontario, 1926,
originally home to the Governor-General, 1841-1843, while Kingston was capital of the United
Province of Canada.
|John A. Macdonald's Home The home of John A. Macdonald,
134 Earl Street, Kingston, Ontario. Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Macdonald came to Kingston in
1820 with his parents and many other Scots.
|Dionne Quintuplets-2 The Dionne Quintuplets site, Callander,
near North Bay, Ontario, c. 1936. The new family home is at the right, next is the nursery, and on
the left, the visitors' inspection building.
|Thornhill, Ontario Pre-confederation house on Yonge Street in
Thornhill, Upper Canada.
|Niagara-on-the-Lake Pre-confederation neo-classical mansion in
Niagara-on-the-Lake, Upper Canada.
|Port Hope, Ontario Pre-confederation Georgian townhouse at
Port Hope, Upper Canada.
|Niagara, Ontario Pre-confederation Gothic-style
"cottage" at Niagara, Upper Canada.
|Eldon House Eldon House, London, Ontario, 1967, originally
built by the Western District Treasurer, John Harris, in 1834, it still stands today.
|Dundurn Castle Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, Ontario represents
the upper-class home of wealthy, railway-minded Sir Allan MacNab, Conservative premier of the
United Province of Canada in 1854-1856.
|Fanshawe Village Pioneer inheritance at Fanshawe Village, near
London, Ontario, with 22 carefully restored building's recalling Ontario's settlement beginnings.
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