Ursuline Convent, Chatham, Kent Co., Ont.

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Ursuline Convent, Chatham, Kent Co., Ont.
Publisher: H. Belden & Co.
Date: 1882
Type(s): Illustration
Physical Description: b&w; 1973 reprint
Language: English
Source: Illustrated Historical Atlas of the Counties of Essex and Kent,1880-1881. Toronto : H. Belden & Co., [1882]. Page 69
Notes: The Ursuline Convent was founded by Mother Xavier LeBihan of Le Faouet, France in 1860. The nuns established a boarding school and a day school called Urseline College, a.k.a. The Pines. In 1870, they moved to a building at 85 Grand Avenue West, Chatham. The building is still standing today (2015).
Subject(s): Ursuline Convent (Chatham)
Ursuline College (Chatham)
Grand Avenue West (Chatham)
Pines (Chatham)
Place(s): Chatham (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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