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The McSloy House


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Image
Item Type:
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Description:
An image of the McSloy Family House, 64 Church Street, St. Catharines, Ontario. Date Unknown.

The McSloy House was built in 1890 by James McSloy, a dry goods salesman who later opened Canada Hair Cloth. It was one of the first houses in St. Catharines to have electricity and it was deemed one of the "social centres" of St. Catharines. The house, located at the end of Carlisle Street beside the Police station, was torn down in 1971.
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Slide File Number: 01.14-A-3
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Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1611060170973 Longitude: -79.2458356362152
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The McSloy House


An image of the McSloy Family House, 64 Church Street, St. Catharines, Ontario. Date Unknown.

The McSloy House was built in 1890 by James McSloy, a dry goods salesman who later opened Canada Hair Cloth. It was one of the first houses in St. Catharines to have electricity and it was deemed one of the "social centres" of St. Catharines. The house, located at the end of Carlisle Street beside the Police station, was torn down in 1971.