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St Mary's Garden - 1914

To close out the week, here’s a shot of the statue of St. Anthony found in the garden of St. Mary’s. This shot was taken on the north side of the property, near Ouellette and Park. An interesting view of the Windsor Armouries can be seen in the background, back…
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St Mary's Library - 1914

Sticking with St. Mary’s again today, while I’ve seen a number of pictures of the outside of the building, I think this might be the first time I’ve seen a shot of the inside. This view shows us the library, which still seems to be decorated in a Victorian…
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St Mary's Academy - 1914

A nice view of the front of the old St. Mary’s Academy on Ouellette Avenue and Park. The photo was taken as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the school in 1914. This was actually the second school building, and this one was replaced by the one in South Windsor in 1928. This building was demolished to make way for the Windsor – Detroit tunnel. Hope everyone had a great…
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It Makes A Great Gift

Just a little more than a month to go until Christmas. The one gift that everyone needs? A calendar. The 2014 International Metropolis calendar makes a great gift, for you or someone else. They’re available now in the shop, and very soon they may be available in…
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Dillon Hall - 1928

A neat old picture of the newly opened Assumption University Classroom building on Patricia Road in Sandwich. One of the new modern civic buildings featured in a promotional booklet of the day. I love the car and the little tiny trees… Don’t forget the calendar…
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Calendars for sale this Weekend

This Saturday only, from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, copies of the IM 2014 calendar will be available at the Border City Knits booth at the Made in Windsor Show and Sale. The calendars will only be there on Saturday (tomorrow), not tonight. As always, they’re also available…
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Walkerville General Hospital - 1928

A great old photograph of the Walkerville General Hospital shortly after opening. Better known as Metropolitan General Hospital, that building is still there hiding behind the many additions over the years. On a side note, you may experience some delay in comments being…