Bird's Eye View, Windsor, Canada



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Bird's Eye View, Windsor, Canada
Publisher: Pugh Manufacturing Co.
Date: 1907
Type(s): Postcard
Language: English
Identifier(s): 731-3
Notes: C. 1907; aerial view; left side: looking west along Pitt Street from the intersection of Pitt Street and Windsor Avenue (no longer goes this far north); William Gray And Sons Co. Limited, on the northwest corner of the intersection, was a Chatham company that made carriages; the Herendeen Hotel is on the southwest corner of Pitt St. E. and Goyeau Street; this area was one of Windsor's factory districts; "Quaker Oats: the work food"; right side: Sandwich Street looking west; Windsor Station, built in 1884 and closed in 1961, is visible; it was the CN station and was located just east of Ouellette Avenue, north of Sandwich Street, at Goyeau Avenue.
Subject(s): Factory Districts
Pitt Street (Windsor)
Windsor Avenue (Windsor)
Goyeau Street (Windsor)
Gray, William And Sons Company, Carriages (Windsor)
Quaker Oats
Advertising
Herendeen Hotel (Windsor)
Hotels
Commercial Buildings
Detroit River
Sandwich Street (Windsor)
Railways
Railway Yards
Canadian National Railway (Windsor)
Canadian National Railway Station (Windsor)
Factories
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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