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Trout Lake and Trout Mills, Ontario: Canadian History in Vintage Postcards

Clearing Land for Cabins at Trout Lake, c. 1880s Highlighting in vintage postcards the history of towns and townships in the greater Lake Nipissing and Lake Temagami areas of Northern Ontario, Canada, including the Nipissing District and portions of the Parry Sound district which are in the “Blue Sky Region.” These Canadian postcards are shown in digital, virtual museum format for educational purposes. If you have images or historical information which you’d like to share with our virtual museum, feel free to do so. To navigate these pages, mouse over the top navigation bar. Drop-down menus will appear of the areas of interest. Click on the thumbnails for larger images. Close the larger image before opening another thumbnail. The occasional duplicates for sale can be found using the search box on the main (home) page of VintagePostcards.org. This is an ongoing project; comments and questions to the webmaster at webmaster - at sign - vintagepostcards.org are welcome.

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Trout Lake, Ontario:

 

Camp Ontario

Trout Lake, Camp Ontario in the 1950s Trout Lake, Camp Ontario Cottage in 1940s Trout Lake, Camp Ontario Shoreline in 1940s Trout Lake, Camp Ontario Beach in 1940s Trout Lake, Camp Ontario in 1936

Nampahc Cottage — Two c. 1940s to 1950s real-photo postcards (below) show the gateway and entrance to Nampahc Cottage and the front of the cottage facing the lake. The new owners, whose name was not given, said that Nampahc was owned by members of the Chapman family, Nampahc being Chapman spelled backwards. There’s also a note on the back of one postcard saying that “Hulda and Dave are going to call it [what looks like] Bardeni Gardesis.” Can anyone document the correct spelling of Nampahc’s new name?

 
Trout Lake, Camp Nampahc Cottage Entrance Trout Lake, Camp Nampahc Cottage Facing the Lake
 

Other Trout Lake

Trout Lake Smelter Trout Lake Sailing, 1907 Highway 63 Along Trout Lake c. 1940s Trout Lake, Canoes at Woodcliffe Camp Trout Lake, Woodcliffe Camp Cottage
Trout Lake Summer Camp in 1908, Hand Colored Private Postcard Trout Lake Summer Camp in 1914 Trout Lake, Entrance to Camp Bona Vista Trout Lake, Marine Room 1 Trout Lake, Aerial View of Marine Room
Trout Lake, Deerland Motel, Owned by W. Dugas Trout Lake Beach Canoeing at Trout Lake Trout Lake, Marine Room 2 Trout Lake, Hill Crawford Marina  
 
 

Trout Mills, Ontario:

Trout Mills, Fanciful 1907 Postcard of Cobalt Smelter Trout Mills (Misspelled as Trent Mills), the Cobalt Smelter Trout Mills, 1914 Floral Greetings Trout Mills, Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway
 
Trout Mills, Narrows at Camp Champlain to Trout Lake, c. 1924 Trout Mills, Catching a Muskelunge at Camp Champlain, c. 1924 Sam, Joe and Their Catch on May 30, 1933 at Camp Champlain, Trout Mills

Old antique postcards tell the stories of North Bay, Temagami, Bear Island, Bonfield, Callander and Corbeil, Commanda, the Ferguson Highway (Highway 11), Lavigne and Verner, Marten River, Alderdale, Monetville and Noëlville, Nipissing Village, Powassan and Trout Creek, Sturgeon Falls, Sundridge, Trout Lake, Restoule, South River, Tilden Lake, Tomiko Ontario, Dokis, Rutherglen, Trout Mills and other areas of interest. Enjoy the story of artist Frederic Remington’s moose hunting trip, about an Indian-guided hunting expedition near Mattawa over 100 years ago, or see an Orangemen’s parade from the 1880s. See our collection of rare New Ontario Brewery artifacts.

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