|Title||Raymond's Machine and Moulding Shop, 1912|
|Year Range from||1912.0|
|Year Range to||1912.0|
Colour postcard of the Raymond Manufacturing Company's Machine and moulding shop on Yarmouth Street, postmarked 1912. The postcard shows a three storey grey brick building with a small bell tower in the front centre of the building. Yarmouth street is a dirt road but there is a sidewalk along each side of the street. There are some people walking on the sidewalk and one man sitting against the Raymond building. In the foreground to the right is a high wood fence and a tree. The postcard has been colourized and there is a postmark in the upper left corner. On the back there is a quick note to A.J. Nelson of Boise Idaho. The postcard was published by A.B. Petrie of Guelph.
"Dear Friend, Pretty card to your hand. It has been as cold as 23 below zero here with very little snow. It is not generally down to zero. Kind regards, yours truly R. Ryde. M.P.C.C. 337"
Raymond Sewing Machine Company
Petrie (A.B.) Drug Store
ARCHITECTURE - INDUSTRIES
COMMERCIAL - PRINTERS/PUBLISHER
SCENES - STREET
|Dimensions||5.43/3.42 - Length/Width|