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St Mary's - c 1928

Hope everyone had a nice holiday. Up today is a neat old postcard from shortly after construction, with a neat view of the tower of St. Mary’s Academy. This was quite the building, it’s a shame that it met the wrecking ball. See you back here Monday. Enjoy the…
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The Sun Parlor of Canada - c. 1945

Today is a neat old colour slide shot in the mid 1940’s taken by an unknown tourist as they entered Windsor from the tunnel. A nice glimpse of the old Price Edward hotel to the left, and look at all the towns that combined on this sign. Today regional cooperation…
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1160 Albert Road

From the 1948 Windsor Daily Star… The Garden Tractor and Equipment Company, Ltd., 1164 Albert road, shown above … The plant shown here is far too small for the rapidly expanding business of the company and since early last January negotiaions have been held with Ottawa in an apptempt to expand in Windsor the facilities and space of the company. Now its owners have just about decided…
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1380 Ypres

One of the more unique houses in Windsor was featured in the review of the 1948 residential construction, being noted as one of the “higher-priced private homes” built in 1948. The house was featured with it’s own little photograph. Located on Ypres and…
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2014 IM Calendar

Just a reminder that the 2014 IM Calendar is available for purchase in the IM Shop and in person at both BIBLIOASIS – 1520 Wyandotte Street East in Windsor – 519-968-2206 and also at RINO’S KITCHEN & ALE HOUSE – 131 Elliott Street West in…
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Ambassador Bridge - November 1929

A photo of the bridge taken in 1929 before it opened. This shot is looking east towards downtown. Windsor is on the right hand side. Construction is winding down, but there is still a crane of some type on top of each tower. The best part of this picture is the glimpse of the Windsor shoreline and all the houses along Riverside Drive. The silhouette of a church is, I believe, Holy Name of Mary…
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PostcardsWindsor

Assumption College - c. 1960

Once again Dillon Hall surfaces, this time on an old postcard from about 1960. A handsome building, this Albert Lothian designed school building has been featured on promotional materials and postcards since it was built. It really is one of Windsor’s iconic…