Intersection Of Giles Boulevard And Ouellette Avenue, Looking East, March 1952


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Intersection Of Giles Boulevard And Ouellette Avenue, Looking East, March 1952
Date: 1952
Type(s): Photograph
Physical Description: b&w; digitized from negative
Identifier(s): 00137
Source: WPD Collection
Notes: The Essex County War Memorial was designed by George F. Masson to remember those who died in World War I; it was unveiled on November 11th, 1924. It was originally located at the intersection of Giles Boulevard and Ouellette Avenue, facing Ouellette Avenue. In 1965, it was moved to University Avenue, north of City Hall; on the southwest corner, Rexall Drugs can be seen; the building was known as the Parker Building.
Subject(s): Giles Boulevard (Windsor)
Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
Essex County War Memorial (Windsor)
War Monuments
Masson, George F., Designer
World War I
Houses
Stores
Rexall Drug Store (Windsor)
Parker Building (Windsor)
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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