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King George School - 1916

Postcard of King George School – 1916 This postcard, postmarked 1916, shows the then new King George School on Ottawa St & Kildare. The school was built in 1914, and designed by local architects Stahl, Kinsey & Chapman. Stahl, Kinsey & Chapman also designed the Walker Power Building at Riverside & Devonshire, which is currently undergoing a full renovation, as well as…
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Walkerville Bank of Commerce - 1915

Postcard view – postmarked 1915 A postcard view of the former Bank of Commerce at the corner of Devonshire and Assumption. The postcard above was postmarked in 1915, and the photo is probably pretty close to that date. The bank was designed by Albert Kahn and…
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St Andrew's - c 1920

Happy Friday everyone! Today is an old postcard of St. Andrew’s, which is still standing at the corner of Victoria and Park St W. It’s a great old building and a great example of Romanesque Revival architecture which was hugely popular in the latter part of the…
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Grace Hospital - c 1925

A view along Crawford Avenue, just south of University Avenue. The original Grace Hospital. It was damaged by a fire that lead to it’s modern replacement, and also led to the demise of the original Hotel Dieu as well. Have a great weekend everyone. See you back here…
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Sandwich and Ouellette - c 1928

A view looking east along Sandwich Street (today’s Riverside drive) just west of Ouellette Ave. It’s hard to believe that we still live in the same city today. So much has changed. With the exception of the one building that houses the Whiskey River next to the…
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Hotel Dieu - c. 1925

A neat old view of the south east corner of Erie and Ouellette, the block immediately south of Monday’s shot. While the Masonic Temple is still standing and in use, this one is long gone… A neat old building, and hard to imagine when it was built, it was out on…