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Sandwich East Township Hall

The Sandwich East Town Hall was built in 1927, and designed by local architects Allaster & Jacques. Located on the south side of Tecumseh Road East, near Lauzon, the township hall was built in 1927 at a cost of about $12,000. A one storey building with a basement, the building was 26 x 50 feet. Constructed of “vari-colored rib brick, with Indiana limestone trim”. The inside contained offices for township officials was well as a council chambers. The basement contained the furnace, as well as a miniature cell block for the the use of the police department. As far as I can tell, the building was built, and was replaced in the 1960s.

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  • JM on Sandwich East Township Hall: “Here are a few details dealing with the environs of the Sandwich East Township Hall. In the later part of…Nov 27, 14:36
  • don bland on Sandwich East Township Hall: “More of my story about Sandwich East twp hall. I lived in that neighbourhood during the 1950s….Many of the people…Nov 26, 17:31
  • Richard McIntyre on Chatham Street East – 1976: “This was originaly Vexlers Clothing store in fifties and early sixties.Canada Salvage was originaly on Pitt St. or Riverside Dr.…Nov 24, 14:07
  • derek on Sandwich East Township Hall: “Awesome stories Don! You definitely didn’t bore, I love hearing about the cities history, I hope you share some more…Nov 19, 10:26
  • Don Bland on Sandwich East Township Hall: “Sure. I will talk some more about the neighbourhood around Sandwich East Township Hall – back in the 1950’s when…Nov 16, 13:21

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