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Postcard shows view from Portage Avenue and Hargrave Street. The T. Eaton Co. Ltd. department store is shown at right; Clarendon Hotel is shown at left. Date of postcard is uncertain, [before 1949].
Photograph shows present site of the Centennial Concert Hall. Cristall's Mens Outfitters and Klasser's Mail Order House visible in photograph.
Postcard shows Main Street looking north from Portage Avenue to Union Bank Building. Published by Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain. Date of postcard is uncertain.
- [before 1883]
City of Winnipeg businesses shown in photograph: George Ashdown Hardware, Davis House, Symonds Furrier, Cable Hotel, J. Lister, Outfitter, Rossin House, the Blue Store, and the first City Hall is shown in background.
Winnipeg looking west from the tower of City Hall, September 5, 1900. Present site of Red River College's Princess Street campus. Campus design included stabilization of five historic building facades along Princess Street: right to left from the corner of Elgin Avenue and Princess Street, the Utility Building (Winnipeg's first Grain Exchange) at 164 Princess; the Exchange Building II at 160 Princess; the Harris Building (Hochman's) at 154 Princess; the Bawlf Block at 150 Princess; and the Drake Hotel (Benson Block) at 146 Princess.
Photograph shows view of Main Street looking north from the roof of the Western Canada Loan Building, 392 Main Street at Portage Avenue. Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1935.
Photograph shows Notre Dame Avenue looking east from Kate Street toward Lindsay Building at 228 Notre Dame Avenue. Businesses appearing in photograph include Green Orchard Lunch, 551 Notre Dame Avenue, and B - A Service Station. Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1939.
Postcard is a photographic print showing flood water and debris around buildings. Photograph taken by Advance Photo Company, Winnipeg. Azo mark appears in stamp box, made in Canada.