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Savanne Station, Ontario : C.P. Railway, 1892.

One image of an unidentified man on the platform at the Canadian Pacific Railway station in Savanne, Ontario. The caption also reads: "From a Geological Survey of Canada photograph in the Public Archives of Canada."

Rempel, John I.

The old council house and greenhouse at Fort Albany.

Four images of the old council house at Fort Albany, Ontario, with four unidentified individuals standing at the door in two of the images. One image is the same as the one in the books, and the others are variations. Includes one image of a greenhouse at the Fort Albany Mission with an unidentified female standing in front of it.

Rempel, John I.

Octagonal construction in Ontario : schools : S.8.

One image of the Cherry Valley School, built ca. 1863. The picture is a copy of one that was taken ca. 1908 and the caption on the verso reads: "School was built in 1863. Lot 5, Concession 9. Township of Townsend County of Norfolk Ont. Picture taken 1908." The image is not pictured in the books, but it is listed and described in the revised edition.

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 33 : log jail on Silver Islet near Port Arthur.

One image of a log jail on Silver Islet near Port Arthur. Includes a caption that is pasted below the print and reads: "This jail was built in 1870 at Silver Islet near Port Arthur. For detailed description see text. Note the careful selection of logs and the fine keying at the corners. The cells were at the rear."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 8 : John Langton's English cottage on Cameron Lake.

One image of John Langton's English cottage on Cameron Lake, near Peterborough, a different view than the one in the books. A caption pasted below the photograph reads: "Fenelon Falls. J. Langton House. End wall of collapsed kitchen wing. Present garage door was originally the opening for a fireplace."

Rempel, John I.

Pinkney house, Cooksville Ont.

One image of the demolition of the Pinkney house, built ca. 1824 and demolished ca. 1955, which was situated between Cooksville and Dixie in the Toronto area.

Rempel, John I.

Peter McArthur log house : Doon Pioneer Village.

Five images of the Peter McArthur log house at Doon Pioneer Village (now Doon Heritage Crossroads) in Kitchener, Ont. Caption on the verso of the image used in the book states "Peter McArthur's log house now in the Pioneer Village, near Doon. Note overhang on both sides which is a very rare type of construction". Also includes a handwritten note regarding the building.

Rempel, John I.

Waterloo County log school house.

One image of the first school house in Waterloo, built in 1820. Mis-identified in the book as located in the Pioneer Village at Doon, actually located in Waterloo Park.

Rempel, John I.

Grace Church, Markham : demolition.

Seven images of the demolition of Grace Church, Markham. One of the images is not included in Rempel's book. Six photographs have notes on the verso that say "St. Agnes - demolished" and one photograph has a note on the verso that says "Markham Church in process of demolition".

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 9 : unidentified log house.

One image of an unidentified log house. A caption pasted below the photograph reads: "Near Beaverton. Better spacing of ceiling joists. Note also the V-notch to hold the ceiling joists in place. See also Pl. II."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 10 : Penetanguishene log house.

One image of a log house from Penetanguishene. There is a caption pasted below the photograph that reads: "Penetanguishene. Door about 3' 6" x 5' 8". Note similarity of window sash with No. 1."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 50 : Stong farm, Edgeley, Ont. : chicken house.

One image of a chicken house on the D. Stong farm, ca. 1816. Includes a caption pasted below the print that reads: "This was the original log house on the farm. It contained two rooms with a trap door to the cellar. It was later moved to its present location and converted into a chicken house. See Plate XI."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 51 : Stong farm, Edgeley, Ont. : pig house.

One image of a pig house on the D. Stong farm, ca. 1825. Includes a caption pasted below the print that reads: "The piggery on the Stong farm. See also Plate XI. It consisted of two long compartments separated by an interior log partition. In order to give the pigs some exercise during the cold winter a gallery ran the full length of the west side. This gallery was cantilevered out from the main building. AD. 1825."

Rempel, John I.

Log 2, page 64 : Mennonite meeting house near Edgeley.

One image of a Mennonite meeting house near Edgeley, Ontario. Includes a caption pasted below the print that reads: "Mennonite Meeting House near Edgley [sic]. 1820. Referred to by Simcoe as Mennonists. Men and women sit separately and have separate entrances. Originally of log construction, now covered with siding."

Rempel, John I.

Octagonal construction in Ontario : B.5 and B.8.

Two images of octagonal barns, one from Lefaives Corners, Ontario, and the other from Dufferin Street in Toronto, now in the Agricultural Museum, Milton. The "B.8" image is in both of the books, while the "B.5" image is only listed and described in the books.

Rempel, John I.

Paris church.

One image of an unidentified church. Identified on the verso as from Paris, Ontario.

Rempel, John I.

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