Part Of Factory District, Windsor, Canada



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Part Of Factory District, Windsor, Canada
Date: 1911
Type(s): Postcard
Language: English
Identifier(s): 674-5
Notes: Postmarked 1911; addressed to Mr. & Mrs. P.J. Themmes; shows the intersection of Church Street and Pitt Street. Seely Manufacturing Company (1 Church Street - west side) is the gray 3 storey building in the centre; they manufactured perfumes and extracts; the other gray, 3 storey building by the river is probably John Scott & Co. (83-85 Sandwich Street West), wholesale and retail grocers; the sign of Frederick Stearns And Company is visible. They were located at 91/111 Sandwich Street West, on the southeast corner of Sandwich Street West and River Street (no longer exists - was between Church Street and Bruce Avenue). They manufactured pharmaceutical products and toiletries. Advertising: "Swiss food for breakfast"; probably published by the Pugh Manufacturing Company.
Subject(s): Factory Districts
Church Street (Windsor)
Pitt Street (Windsor)
Seely Manufacturing Company (Windsor)
Scott, John, And Company (Windsor)
Stearns, Frederick And Company Of Canada (Windsor)
Commercial Buildings
Houses
Advertising
Factories
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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