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Ouellette Looking South c. 1940

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Happy Friday everyone! Here’s an old shot looking south along Ouellette from near the present day intersection with University. The building in the foreground to the left is the old Palace Theatre building, demolished in the mid 1980’s. Next to that is the building that’s home to Ray & Kim’s today, still standing, as is the Canada Building to the south. Next to the Canada Building is the long gone Prince Edward Hotel.

 

Have a great weekend everyone, see you back here Monday.

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