|Prince Edward Hotel, Windsor, Ont., Canada, 1925|
Windsor News Co.
c.1925; "The Prince Edward Hotel, situated at Ouellette and Park streets, is one of the most modern hostelries in Canada. It contains 250 rooms and is operated by the United Hotels Company."; was designed by the Buffalo architects, Esenwein And Johnson, with Albert McPhail, as associate architect. It opened in 1922, closed in 1967, and was demolished in 1976; was located on the northeast corner of Ouellette Avenue and Park Street.
Prince Edward Hotel (Windsor)
Esenwein And Johnson, Architects
McPhail, Albert, Architect
Ouellette Avenue (Windsor)
Park Street (Windsor)
University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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