Ouelette Avenue Looking South, Windsor, Ont., Canada, 1920



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Ouelette Avenue Looking South, Windsor, Ont., Canada, 1920
Publisher: United News Co.
Date: 1920
Type(s): Postcard
Language: English
Identifier(s): 105514
Notes: Image from c.1920; postmarked 1929; addressed to: Bob and Ann Rakitson (?), 898 Sunniuh (?) Ave., Milwaukee, Wis.; message: "Dear Kids, just over here to get some beer and wish you were both with. Mother"; on the left (east) side of the street: John M. Duck, Broker (2 Ouellette Avenue); Gundy And Gundy, Real Estate (4 1/2 Ouellette Avenue ); Gibson Brothers, Tobacconists (6-8 Ouellette Avenue in 1919, then moved to 8-10 Ouellette Avenue by 1922/1923) - their sign is visible, but illegible; Lanspeary's Drug Store (N.E. corner of Ouellette Avenue and Sandwich Street); on the right (west) side of the street: the Merchant's Bank of Canada is on the N.W. corner of Ouellette and Sandwich; the Dominion Bank is on the S.W. corner of Ouellette and Sandwich; the postcard photo is taken from in front of the ferry dock, at the intersection of Medbury Lane (no longer exists) and Ouellette Avenue, looking south up to Ferry Hill.
Subject(s): Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
Sandwich Street (Windsor)
Medbury Lane (Windsor)
Ferry Hill (Windsor)
Commercial Buildings
Stores
Automobiles
Duck, John M., Broker (Windsor)
Gundy And Gundy, Real Estate (Windsor)
Gibson Brothers, Tobacconists (Windsor)
Lanspeary's Drug Store (Windsor)
Dominion Bank (Windsor)
Merchants Bank Of Canada (Windsor)
Banks
Prohibition
Place(s): Windsor (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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