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Ottawa & Gladstone – Cherniak’s – 1930

From the Windsor Star – September 3, 1968

    Ottawa and Gladstone about the year 1930 is shown above. The store on the corner is Cherniak’s, one of Windsor’s oldest merchandising firms and still prominently identified with retailing. The building was known as Nader’s and carries the date of 1924 on its name block in the upper centre of the facade, Ottawa Street, even then, was a bustling thoroughfare.

I wonder if this building is built into the Freed’s empire today…

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  • Ronald W. Reaume on Reaume Community Centre Subdivsion – 1924: “This was very informative. A lot of the Reaume history. I had no idea.Thankyou.May 18, 09:18
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  • Andrew on 1493 Parent Ave: “Not sure if it was JM. I always default to no in these situations. Hopefully someone from the parish saved…Apr 28, 12:02
  • JM on 1493 Parent Ave: “Was the cornerstone preserved?Apr 28, 11:34
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