Eaton's elevator before demolition 1989...vintage hamilton

I loved the Eaton department store in downtown Hamilton.they actually had uniformed elevator operators that wore white gloves!

The Cross at The Devil's Punchbowl in Upper Stoney Creek, Ontario

The Cross at The Devil's Punchbowl in Upper Stoney Creek, Ontario This photo is gorgeous!

The Beach Strip - The summer residence of the Jelfs family of Hamilton

The Beach Strip - The summer residence of the Jelfs family of Hamilton

Beach strip canal...pre WW1...Vintage Hamilton...Facebook

Beach strip canal...pre WW1...Vintage Hamilton...Facebook

Over an hour long history of Hamilton. Worth the time though! CHCH Archives: Hamilton 125 (1971)

A CHCH-TV special commemorating the anniversary of the city of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Hamilton Beach 1910-1919 - This image shows the summer residence of the Jelfs family of Hamilton. Fiona Jelfs was the daughter of police magistrate George Frederick Jelfs (1853-1941)  Caption: Summer residence. Fiona & Lizzie

Hamilton Beach - This image shows the summer residence of the Jelfs family of Hamilton. Fiona Jelfs was the daughter of police magistrate George Frederick Jelfs Caption: Summer residence.

The lobby of the soon-to-be-refurbished Royal Connaught Hotel in downtown Hamilton

The lobby of the soon-to-be-refurbished Royal Connaught Hotel in downtown Hamilton

Day and Campbell factory, Wellington Street, September 1955

Day and Campbell factory, Wellington Street, September 1955

Jolley House : The Jolley house was built in 1864 for Scottish immigrant, James Jolley. He established a business on King Street of manufacturing saddles and harnesses. His wife, Sophia, suffered an illness and the attending physician suggested the air on the hilltop would be clean and fresh.

Jolley House : The Jolley house was built in 1864 for Scottish immigrant, James Jolley. He established a business on King Street of manufacturing saddles and harnesses. His wife, Sophia, suffered an illness and the attending physician suggested the air on the hilltop would be clean and fresh.

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