Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Canada, 1940



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Ouellette Avenue, Windsor, Canada, 1940
Publisher: PECO: Photogelatine Engraving Co.
Date: 1940
Type(s): Postcard
Language: English
Identifier(s): 29
Notes: c.1940; looking southwards from about Chatham Street; note: there are no longer any streetcar tracks. They were torn up in 1939; the Imperial Bank of Canada (formerly the Standard Bank Of Canada) is on the right at the northwest corner of Ouellette Avenue and London Street (now University Avenue); the La Belle Block is on the southwest corner of Ouellette and London. On the left (east side), moving south: Louis Leon, Linens (266 Ouellette) is visible, as well as the Heintzman Building (red, 4 stories), the Palace Cinema, and then the Prince Edward Hotel.
Subject(s): Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
London Street (Windsor)
Labelle Block (Windsor)
Standard Bank Of Canada (Windsor)
Banks
Prince Edward Hotel (Windsor)
Hotels
Palace Cinemas (Windsor)
Automobiles
Commercial Buildings
Stores
Imperial Bank Of Canada (Windsor)
Heintzman Building (Windsor)
Louis Leon, Linens (Windsor)
Cinemas
University Avenue (Windsor)
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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