Old postcard images of Yarmouth circa 1900
Yarmouth Automobile Club - Yarmouth, NS - Circa 1917
In Lakeside Park - Yarmouth, NS - Circa 1910
Bringing in the lifeboat - Yarmouth NS - Circa 1907
Main Street, Yarmouth, NS - Circa 1910
Sailing on Lake Milo - Yarmouth, NS - Circa 1909
Murphy's Bridge - Yarmouth County, NS - Circa 1907
A view of Pond Road - Yarmouth County, NS - Circa 1907
Tabernacle Congregational Church (Home of the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives) - Yarmouth, NS - Circa 1911
Yarmouth Light, Cape Forchu - Yarmouth County, NS - Circa 1910
Yarmouth Yacht Club - Yarmouth, NS - Circa 1917
Memories of Yarmouth
Each of the rotating photos in the display to the left represents an era spanning nearly or over 100 years ago from the community of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. These images have been taken from the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives' extensive collection of old Post Cards.
If you happen to be in the Yarmouth area, why not come in and see the large collection of fascinating artifacts we have to offer.
An award-winning museum with over 20,000 artifacts that document Yarmouth County's heritage, in a historic former church. We have the third largest ship portrait collection in Canada.
Take a Virtual Tour to become familiar with the facility.
Current Exhibit: Reflections – The works of Terry Saunders (1947-1984). Co-curated by Rory Lennox, Nancy Daley and Melanie Hatfield (sisters of Terry Saunders). This exhibit showcases the artwork created by little know Yarmouth artist who was afflicted with Osteogenesis Imperfecta a disease also known as Brittle Bone.
Take a stroll along Yarmouth's historic waterfront and see how our industries and individuals have shaped our history and culture. Please CLICK HERE to take our interesting and educational Panel Tour.
Take a house tour of Yarmouth and see some of our finest Heritage Properties. Many of these homes are a testament to the golden age of sail. Please CLICK HERE to begin.
Sarah Bond Farish Moody's journal
Sarah Bond Farish Moody was born in Yarmouth to Dr. Henry Greggs Farish and Sarah Bond. Sarah came from a creatively artistic family and is well-known for her artwork. In 1843 her family made a remarkable trip from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia to New York City US, to Toronto, Ontario and back. Please CLICK HERE to read Sarah's journal.