Title: 
Canadian Dredge And Dock Company, Medbury Lane West, March 1955
Year: 
1955
Type(s): 
Photograph
Physical Description: 
b&w; digitized from negative
Identifier(s): 
01059
Source: 
WPD Collection
Notes: 
Medbury Lane West, Looking West, From Ouellette Avenue; Medbury Lane was roughly where the path along the Detroit River runs today. The Canadian Dredge And Dock Company are dredging and building retaining walls along the dock in the current Dieppe Park area; a ship is docked at the Windsor Harbour Commissioners offices; the 4 storey building on the north side of Sandwich Street is C. E. Jamieson And Company, Manufacturing Chemists (414 Sandwich Street West); on the south side of Sandwich Street, the sign for the Essex House Hotel (317 Sandwich Street West) is just visible. On March 2nd, 1955, a worker, Stanley C. Smith of Nova Scotia, was killed when he was knocked from a crane on-site.
Subject(s): 
Canadian Dredge And Dock Company (Toronto)
Construction
Demolition
Medbury Lane (Windsor)
Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
Sandwich Street (Windsor)
Riverside Drive (Windsor)
Waterfront (Windsor)
Docks
Detroit River
Construction Equipment
Construction Workers
Essex Hotel (Windsor)
Hotels
Jamieson, C. E. And Company, Manufacturing Chemists (Windsor)
Commercial Buildings
Factories
Windsor Harbour Commissioners
Government Buildings
Ships
Dieppe Gardens (Windsor)
Parks
Smith, Stanley C.
Accidents
Place(s): 
Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: 
Public Domain
Repository: 
University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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