Essex CountyOld Photographs

School At Amherstburg – 1923

From the December, 1923 issue of “Construction” is the picture above. Unfortunately there is no other information about the location. As I’ve said before, I’m severely lacking in my knowledge of the county. Does anyone recognize the building? Is it still around?

The only notations with the picture are:

Architect, Norman McEvers, Windsor and Contractors, Ernest Clarke, Ltd. Windsor.

Ok, I’m deferring to the county experts on this one…

Have a good weekend everyone! See you back here Monday.

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