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Chicken Court

I’ve seen old advertisments and post cards for the Chicken Court, but never knew much about it. I moved to Windsor in 1989, and I didn’t recall it being open when I first came here.


A full page ad from the 1954 Visitor’s Guide to Windsor and Essex County.

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Regular reader Darren, worked at the Chicken Court, from 1986 to the 1988 closing and sent along these artifacts…

A pair of old poscards of the interior.

A scan of the letter employees recieved on Valentine’s Day, 1988.

Of couse, any good photographer would bring his camera along to work, and here are a few photos he took:

A pair of photos of the bakery.

A few of the basement Banquet Room.

The cake table

The laundry room

A few from upstairs.

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