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    • Sandwich St. E. and Ouellette Ave.

    • Traffic Engineering Dept.; Business districts; Hotels; Taverns (Inns); Alkhober Lounge; Restaurants; Electric signs; British American Hotel; Stores & shops; Varsity Sports; Banks; Canadian Bank of Commerce; Signs (Notices); Automobiles;...
    • Busy downtown street scene looking east from Sandwich St. W. at the corner of Ouellette Ave. (onto Sandwich St. E.) The British American Hotel and Dining Lounge, Varsity Sports and the edge of the Canadian Bank of Commerce (south side) are all...
    • Sandwich Baptist Church

    • Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Churches; Sandwich Baptist Church; First Baptist Church; Peter St.; Sandwich (Ont.); Black Canadians; Abolition movement; Underground Railroad; Slavery; Baptist churches; Buildings;...
    • Exterior front view of the Sandwich (or First) Baptist Church. The Sandwich Baptist Church was built in 1851 and is the oldest existing Black Church in Windsor. It was built with clay bricks, hand-made by members of the church, many of whom were...
    • Canadian Salt Co. Ltd.

    • Spurgeon, A.W.; Planning Dept.; Commercial facilities; Office buildings; Nichols, Sheppard and Masson Architects; Salt industry; Canadian Salt Co. Ltd.; Sandwich (Ont.); Sandwich St. W.;
    • Exterior front view of the Canadian Salt Co. office building in Sandwich (Ont.) on Sandwich St. W. The photographer's seal appears on the front of the photo, and his address & phone number are stamped on the back.
    • Horse-drawn bus

    • Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Buses; Horses; Transportation; Mass transit; Streets; Dwellings; Dominion House; Hotels; Taverns (Inns); Sandwich (Ont.); Sandwich St. W.;
    • A horse-drawn bus drives past what is believed to be the Dominion House in Sandwich down a dirt road which is likely Sandwich St. W.
    • The Willow Walk

    • Bowlby, Edith Margaret; Walker, Clara R.; Trails & paths; Trees; Walkways; Willow Walk; Canals; Springs; Mineral Springs Canal; Petroleum industry; Sulphur industry; Gauthier, John P.; Sandwich Petroleum Oil Company; Postcards; Tourist camps &...
    • Postcard print of the Willow Walk and Mineral Springs Canal on the Gauthier family property in Sandwich. Nearby is the Lagoon Park & Hotel, which drew many visitors who came for the medicinal sulphur water from the Sandwich Mineral Springs. ...
    • 3201 Sandwich St.

    • Photonegatives; Finance Department; Assessment; Buildings; Bâtiments; Public Buildings; Postal Service-Buildings; Sandwich Post Office; 3201 Sandwich St.; Automobiles
    • A view of the Sandwich Post Office at 3201 Sandwich Street.
    • 3201 Sandwich St.

    • Photonegatives; Finance Department; Assessment; Buildings; Public Buildings; Postal Service - Buildings; Sandwich Post Office; 3201 Sandwich St.
    • A view of the Sandwich Post Office at 3201 Sandwich Street.
    • 3201 Sandwich St.

    • Photonegatives; Finance Department; Assessment; Buildings; Bâtiments; Public Buildings; Postal Service-Buildings; Sandwich Post Office; 3201 Sandwich St.
    • A view of the Sandwich Post Office at 3201 Sandwich Street.
    • Corner of Sandwich and Dougall/Coin de Sandwich et Dougall

    • Photographs; Photographies; Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Dr. Neil F.; Streets; Rues; Sandwich St. W.; Dougall Ave.; Commercial Buildings; Bâtiments commerciale; Dwellings; Hâbitations; Richards, Mark; Bakers and Bakeries; Cuisiniers;...
    • Street vue of the corder of Sandwich and Dougall/Coin de Sandwich et Dougall comme vue de la rue.
    • Sandwich Street West

    • Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Commercial facilities; Stores & shops; Tailor shops; J. Webster, Clothier; Cameron and Thorburn, Merchants and Tailors; Clothing industry; Printers; Record Printing House; Record Printing Co. of...
    • View of Sandwich St. W. in Windsor showing various businesses and establishments including: J.Webster, Clothier; Cameron and Thorburn, Merchants and Tailors; Record Printing Co. of Windsor; and Rochfort's Billiard Hall. [Mid to late 19th century]
    • Ouellette Ave. looking north from Sandwich St. toward Detroit Ferry

    • Building Dept.; Ouellette Ave.; Sandwich St.; Riverside Dr.; Hotels; Ritz Hotel; Ferries; Detroit Ferry; Pedestrians; Bicycles & tricycles; Street railroads;
    • Looking north on Ouellette Ave. at the Sandwich St. (now Riverside Dr.) intersection towards the Detroit Ferry. The Ritz Hotel is prominently visible on the left. Pedestrians, a parked bicycle and streetcar rails are also seen.
    • Sandwich St. W. at Ouellette Ave.

    • Traffic Engineering Dept.; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Office buildings; Stores & shops; Hotels; Ritz Hotel; British American Hotel; Taverns (Inns); Alkhober Lounge; Restaurants; British American Hotel; Fur coats; Forbes Fur Co.;...
    • Busy downtown street scene,looking east from Sandwich St. W. at the corner of Ouellette Ave. (onto Sandwich St. E.).The Ritz Hotel, Varsity Sports, the British American Hotel and Dining Lounge can be seen on the north side. The photo shows the edge...
    • Corner of Sandwich St. W. and Dougall Ave.

    • Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Automobiles; Parking; Stores & shops; Commercial facilities; Office buildings; Dwellings; Hobart Dayton Scales; Richards, Mark; Bakeries; Dougall Ave.; Sandwich St. W.; Riverside Dr. W.; Street...
    • View looking south down Dougall Ave. at Sandwich St. W. (now Riverside Dr. W.)
    • Corner of Dougall Ave. and Sandwich St. W.

    • Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Automobiles; Parking; Stores & shops; Commercial facilities; Office buildings; Dwellings; Dougall Ave.; Sandwich St. W.; Riverside Dr. W.; Street lights; Pedestrians;
    • View looking east down Sandwich St. W. (now Riverside Dr. W.) at Dougall Ave.
    • First Electric Streetcar

    • Street railroads; Electric railroads; Sandwich St. E.; People; Passengers; Windsor Electric Street Railway Co.; Grosscup, J.A.; Grosscup & Co. Merchant Tailors; British American Hotel; 50 Sandwich St. E.; Street railroad employees; Rites &...
    • Black and white photograph of the opening of the first electric streetcar for the Windsor Electric Railway (WERy) taken in 1886 in front of the British American Hotel. There are two cars to the streetcar, both of which are filled with men, women...
    • Sandwich Street near Goyeau

    • Andrew Merrilees Collection; Rogers, Benjamin; National Archives of Canada; Railroad tracks; Railroad facilities; Business districts; Commercial facilities; Office buildings; Cafes; Automobiles; Sandwich St. E.; Riverside Dr. E.; Goyeau St.;...
    • View of Sandwich St. E. (now Riverside Dr. E.), looking east between Goyeau St. and Windsor Ave. Various unidentified buildings and businesses line the south side of the street, including several cafes. The left or north side of the street, shows...
    • Sandwich Street East, looking east, in front of Grand Trunk Railway sheds

    • Andrew Merrilees Collection; Rogers, Benjamin; National Archives of Canada; Railroad tracks; Railroad facilities; Grand Trunk Railway; Dwellings; Automobiles; Trucks; Sandwich St. E.; Riverside Dr. E.;
    • View of Sandwich St. E. (now Riverside Dr. E.), looking east. Various unidentified buildings and dwellings line the south side of the street. The left or north side of the street, shows railroad tracks running the length of the street and the...
    • Sandwich St., East of Canadian National Railway

    • Andrew Merrilees Collection; National Archives of Canada; Canadian National Railway; Bridges; Railroad bridges; Peabody Bridge; Railroad tracks; Electric railroads; Sandwich St. E.; Riverside Dr. E.; Distilling industries; Hiram Walker & Sons Ltd.;...
    • View of Sandwich St. E., looking west, in Walkerville. Directly to the left are the distilling facilities and offices of Hiram Walker & Sons. On the left, the Walkerville Town Hall and the Flat Iron Building are visible. This scene is just east...
    • Windstorm - Canadian Salt Co. Ltd.

    • Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Storms; Industrial facilities; Commercial facilities; Salt industry; Canadian Salt Co. Ltd.; Smokestacks; Telephone lines; Utility poles; Public utility companies; Railroads; Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway;...
    • View of the Canadian Salt Co. plant, on Sandwich St. W. The photo shows the plant after it suffered severe damage to its smokestacks during the violent windstorm of November 29, 1919. A large portion of one of the smokestacks is shown collapsed...
    • Sandwich St. and Goyeau St.

    • Morrison Literary Papers; Morrison, Neil Farquharson; Streets; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Carts & wagons; Hotels; Great Western Hotel; Commercial facilities; Goyeau St.; Sandwich St.; Riverside Dr. E.; Advertisements
    • Black and white photograph of Sandwich Street looking west from Goyeau. On the left hand side of the photo is the Great Western Western Hotel. Note the advertisement for "Fresh Lager Beet" on the side of the hotel. There is a railing or small...

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