A beautiful and finely detailed map of the prime wilderness of Algonquin Park in 1914 . Notice that this official province of Ontario map does not include the current southern piece of the park. Perfectly framed in a contrasting minimal, silver profile.
This lovely, hand tinted Algonquin Park map of watery blues and soft ivories invites you to look closer at it's unique character. History buffs will enjoy comparing these early boundaries against the current ones. Produced by the Government of Ontario in 1...
A Good Town Grew Here provides a richly detailed, well illustrated chronology of the struggles and growth of Bracebridge up to the First World War.
A Good Town Continues ,this follow-on chronicle of Bracebridge history, compiled by the town's 125th Anniver...
A reminder of what your priorities are is offered in this quiet sign.
21 x 33"
White, Neutrals, Cool Tones...