|Ouellette Avenue, Looking North, Showing Detroit In The Distance, Windsor, Ont. Canada 1925|
Windsor News Co. Ltd.
Mike Skreptak Collection; Black Binder 3
c. 1925; aerial view of Windsor looking north along Ouellette Avenue from just south of London Street (now University Avenue); moving north along the east side of the street, the sign for the Palace Theatre and the Heintzman Building (formerly the Curry Building) are visible; the Bank of Montreal is on the southeast corner of Ouellette avenue and Chatham Street; the ferry landing and the Detroit skyline can be seen in the distance; the sign for the Mandarin Gardens restaurant at 319 Ouellette Avenue is visible at the bottom left; "Ouellette Avenue running north and south, is Windsor's main thoroughfare. It is also the dividing line between the east and west sides of Windsor. Many of Windsor's most important business houses, as well as office buildings, are located on this street, while beautiful homes are plentiful on the southern part of the avenue."
Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
London Street (Windsor)
Heintzman Building (Windsor)
Bank of Montreal (Windsor)
Chatham Street (Windsor)
Curry Hall Building (Windsor)
Palace Cinemas (Windsor)
Mandarin Gardens Restaurant (Windsor)
University Avenue (Windsor)
University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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