1. Davis Block 2. Bell Telephone Bldg 3. Manning Block 4. Victoria Block And Imperial Bank 5. Curry Hall Bldg 6. Labelle Block


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1. Davis Block 2. Bell Telephone Bldg 3. Manning Block 4. Victoria Block And Imperial Bank 5. Curry Hall Bldg 6. Labelle Block
Creator(s): Gardner, H. W.
Publisher: The Evening Record (The Record Printing Co.) Limited
Date: 1913
Type(s): Photograph
Language: English
Source: Windsor Ontario 1913 Canada including Walkerville, Ford, Sandwich and Ojibway : an authentic compilation embracing in word and pictorial representation the growth and expansion of these municipalities / compiled by H. W. Gardner. Published: Windsor, Ontario : The Evening Record (The Record Printing Co.) Limited, 1913. Page 18
Notes: Oak Hall, clothing (located in the Davis Block); the Victoria Block was on the southwest corner of Ouellette Avenue and Chatham Street. It was built in 1893 and burned down on December 24th, 1945.The Curry Hall Building was later renamed the Heintzman Building.
Subject(s): Commercial Buildings
Davis Building (Windsor)
Bell Telephone Company of Canada (Windsor)
Manning Block (Windsor)
Victoria Block (Windsor)
Imperial Bank Of Canada (Windsor)
Banks
Curry Hall Building (Windsor)
Labelle Block (Windsor)
Oak Hall, Clothing (Windsor)
Heintzman Building (Windsor)
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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