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Ouellette and University c. 1925

An interesting shot looking west along London Street (today’s University Ave) from the intersection of Ouellette and London. The Labelle Building is on the left, and the Imperial Bank on the right. In the distance beyond the street car is the Capitol Theatre at Pelissier. A nice snapshot of downtown Windsor about 90 years ago.

Have a great weekend everyone! Sorry I missed posting on Wednesday… The days got away from me this week. Happy Father’s Day to all the dad’s out there too.

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