Hon. W. C. Kennedy Collegiate Institute
Mike Skreptak Collection; Red Binder
c. 1965; Kennedy Collegiate is a secondary school located on the southwest corner of Tecumseh Road East and McDougall Street; it was opened in October 1929 and has a unique turreted architecture; it was named after William Costello Kennedy, a local politician; the secondary school is viewed from Jackson Park's Sunken Gardens; the park is located south and east of the intersection of Ouellette Avenue and Tecumseh Road; the park was purchased at the end of 1927 from the Windsor Jockey Club; it was officially named Jackson Park in July 1929 in honour of Mayor Jackson, Windsor's mayor at the time; the construction of the gardens began in 1930 with federal support.
Kennedy Collegiate Institute (Windsor)
Tecumseh Road (Windsor)
McDougall Street (Windsor)
Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
Kennedy, William C.
Jackson Park (Windsor)
University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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