Olde Winona

1951 - Legion and Community Hall

1951 - Winona's New Post Office

1951 - Old Employees of the E.D. Smith Firm

1951 - Conservationist

1951 - A Busy Place

1951 - The Daily Mail

1985 - Abe Hand, taking smelt from a net, is the third generation of his family to be a commercial fisherman in Lake Ontario at Winona.

1958 - Harry Smith, 83-year-old- lifelong resident, cleared the bush from his land by hand when Winona was a tiny settlement

1958 - Expansion can be judged by this 30 home development on Winona Road South, with more homes planned.

1958 - Winona Water

1958 - Orchards have fallen under the pressure of population growth. These houses are being built along McNeely's Road (now known as McNeilly Road).

1958 - This Winona landmark, the Gordon Carpenter home, was built about 1800, and its interior woodwork is fastened with wooden pegs.

1958 - Gordon Carpenter draws his water from an old-fashioned well at his home.

1958 - Frederick Banton told his interviewer he preferred the "old days".

1963 - Boy Crossing Guard

1963 - Winona High School "Am I Ready for My Close-Up?"

1963 - Winona High School: Wood-Working

1963 - Houses Don't Grow on Trees

1963 - Winona High School: Technology

1963 - Cutting Up Mums

1963 - E.D. Smith & Sons Limited

1963 - Owen Thomas, Winona postmaster, and his assistant, Mrs. Clifford Belmont, say that a steady increase in post office patrons indicates an increase in population.

1963 - Fire Department

1963 - a House

1963 - Boy Crossing Guard

1942 - Historic House: Johnson

1942 - Historic House: Johnson

1942 - Historic House: Johnson

1926 - E.D. Smith & Sons Limited: Plant

UNDATED - E.D. Smith & Sons Limited: Original Piott Basket Factory

1897 - E.D. Smith & Sons Limited: Industries

UNDATED - E.D. Smith & Sons Limited: Factory

1987 - Historic House: Oliphant

UNDATED - Peach Orchard, Garden of Canada

UNDATED - "Helderleigh" Nursaries: Storage Cellars & Packing House

UNDATED - "Helderleigh" Nursaries: Jam Factory & Fruit House

UNDATED - Peaches Ready for Shipment, Garden of Canada