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Remember This? You've got mail

From the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library archive: ************************* The Sault’s Early Postal Delivery – You’ve Got Mail! Sault Ste.

Remember This? The Chicora incident

Did you ever wonder why both the U.S. and Canada built lock systems at Sault Ste. Marie? The Sault Ste.

Remember This? Your corner druggist

From the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library's archive: ************************* Your Corner Store Druggist Built at the turn of the century, this unique building was acquired by druggist, Theron T.

Remember This? Private Durham and the second Battle of Ypres

This week's Remember This? column tells us about the Sault Ste. Marie connection to the second Battle of Ypres, which took place 100 years ago during the First World War. From the Sault Ste.

Remember This? The city's second oldest residence

Do you know what is Sault Ste. Marie's second oldest residence? If the answer is 'No', read on. From the Sault Ste.

Remember This? 'Now we adjourn forever'

In this edition of Remember This? the Sault Ste.

Remember This? Christopher Plummer's link to a local hotel

What could an Oscar-winning actor have to do with a local hotel? The Sault Ste.

Remember This? An early family's lasting legacy

Starting this week, SooToday will feature a weekly piece of the city's past coutesy the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library, starting with the history of a well-known downtown block. From the Sault Ste.

Remember This? Rode the rapids on a log, but didn't get rich

The following is from the Sault Ste. Marie Museum's collection: ************************* Francois Xavier Daigle — Rode the Rapids On A Log During an interview in 1931, Frank Daigle (then 77 years old) lived in Gros Cap. According to Mr.

Remember This? Lynnhurst

From the Sault Ste. Marie Museum: ************************* A Stately home becomes a place to help many The Royal Victoria Hospital was opened in 1917 in a three-storey home at 137 Albert St. and leased for $100 per year.