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Greyhound Bus Terminal – Ouellette Ave c 1930

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Image © Bernie Drouillard Collection, digitized by John Stefani

A shot of the old Greyhound Station, on Ouellette & Park about 1930. I think a similar picture has been posted here previously, but this scan comes to us via John Stefani, who digitized some more of Bernie Drouillard’s collection for us. Thanks as always to those two guys. If there’s anything to add I’m sure John or Bernie will let us know.

A view of the building that once housed the National Clothes Shop in later years can be seen here, the building burned down a few years ago, and remains an empty lot.

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