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Riverside and Dougall – c. 1953

The picture above appeared in “Garden Gateway to Canada” published for the centennial celebration in 1954.

The caption reads as follows:

    Bakery and home of Mark Richards, southeast corner of Dougall and Sandwich Street, Windsor. Mr Richards was mayor of Windsor in 1862-1863.

Strange to think of the downtown core having housing. A neat old place, and another long gone part of Windsor’s history.

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