Streetsville Gallery

This village was named after Timothy Street, who with Richard Bristol carried out the survey of the area in 1818. Street himself acquired 1000 acres and set up a mill, tannery and distillery by about 1819. By 1829 Streetsville had a post office and more mills were built, including the Toronto Woollen Mills owned by the Barber Brothers. In 1858 Streetsville was incorporated as a village and in 1962 became a town with a population of 5,000. In 1974 Streetsville became part of the City of Mississauga. It is home to the largest concentration of historic buildings in the City.

If you have any questions about the Library images, please contact:

Arts & History Department
Mississauga Central Library
905-615-3500 x3660
library.history@mississauga.ca

 IMAGE GALLERY Search Images   
918 Images found: Page   1  |    2  |    3  |    4  |    5  |    6  |    7  |    8  |    9  |    10  |    11  |    12  |    13  |    14  |    15  |    16  |  17  |    18  |    19  |    20  |    21  |    22  |    23  |    24  |    25  |    26  |    27  |    28  |    29  |    30  |    31  |    32  |    33  |    34  |    35  |    36  |    37  |    38  |    39  |    40  |    41  |    42  |    43  |    44  |    45  |    46  |     View All
   
Heron-Dandie House, Window, Streetsville
Heron-Dandie House, Window, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Heron-Dandie House Streetsville
Heron-Dandie House Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Honey House, Streetsville
Honey House, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Hook Residence, Front Door, Streetsville
Hook Residence, Front Door, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Hook Residence, Front Door and Window, Streetsville
Hook Residence, Front Door and Window, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Hook Residence, Rear, Streetsville
Hook Residence, Rear, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Hook Residence, Streetsville
Hook Residence, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Hook Residence, Streetsville
Hook Residence, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Hook Residence, Streetsville
Hook Residence, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

House, Barn, Streetsville (owned by Erin Mills Development)
House, Barn, Streetsville (owned by Erin Mills Development)
View enlarged image
and image details

House, Streetsville (owned by Erin Mills Development)
House, Streetsville (owned by Erin Mills Development)
View enlarged image
and image details

House, Streetsville (owned by Erin Mills Development)
House, Streetsville (owned by Erin Mills Development)
View enlarged image
and image details

Howard Blacksmith, Streetsville
Howard Blacksmith, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Howard Carriage Maker, Streetsville
Howard Carriage Maker, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Howard Eaton Confectionery, Streetsville
Howard Eaton Confectionery, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Innisfree, Streetsville
Innisfree, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Innisfree, Streetsville
Innisfree, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Innisfree, Streetsville
Innisfree, Streetsville
View enlarged image
and image details

Isabella Steen Leslie
Isabella Steen Leslie
View enlarged image
and image details

James H. Beamish and Julia Edith Elmina Steen
James H. Beamish and Julia Edith Elmina Steen
View enlarged image
and image details

pcomapp01:8851