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Ojibway Post Office – 1902

This photo appeared in “Garden Gateway to Canada” from 1954.

The caption reads as follows:

    The Windsor-Amherstburg stage, driven by William Fox, in front of Leo Page’s store and post office, Ojibway. The Page family lived on the second floor. The time is about 1902.

You may recall we looked at Leo Page’s later residence a few years ago. Eventually, he hit the big time.

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