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Author Van de Wetering, Marion.
Title An Ottawa album : glimpses of the way we were / Marion Van de Wetering.
Imprint Toronto ; Buffalo : Hounslow Press, ©1997.

Author Van de Wetering, Marion.
Subject Ottawa (Ont.) -- History -- Pictorial works.
Description 1 online resource (153, [2] pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (page 155).
Note Print version record.
Contents Acknowledgements; Introduction; Lumbermen on a timber raft of the J.R. Booth Company, c. 1880; LeBreton Flats and the Ottawa River from the West Block of Parliament; Smallpox tents on Porter's Island; Dalhousie Street, April, 1882; O'Connor Street, looking north from Queen Street, c. 1880; New City Hall, September 4,1914; The Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne Park, March, 1903; View of the post office from Major's Hill Park, c. 1916; Carleton County Courthouse and Jail, at the corner of Nicholas and Daly Streets, c. 1870s
Horse-drawn omnibus on Sparks Street, between Elgin and Metcalfe Streets, c. 1877Union Bridge, c. 1875; New Chaudiere Bridge, August, 1892; Union Station under construction, c. 1908; Open streetcar stopped at the Langevin Block, c. 1900; Alerts ladies basketball team, Ottawa city champions, c. 1924; Family Theatre, October, 1910; Britannia Bay Club House, c. 1900; Ottawa Rowing Club members, July, 1910; Smoke obscuring the Chaudiere District, April 26,1900; Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York riding down a timber slide, September 23,1901
Skating at Rideau Hall, 1915Skiing, c. 1897; Nicholas Sparks' house; The Russell Hotel; Stonemasons at work, April 20,1899; Terminus of the Rideau Canal, c. 1900; Remains of a burned out building crush streetcar, October, 1906; Canadian troops departing for World War I, Lansdowne Park, c. 1914; Original Centre Block of the Parliament Buildings, c. 1884; The new Centre Block of the Parliament Buildings, c. 1930; Wood vendors at the Byward Market, February 21,1918; Carnegie Public Library; The Empress, before 1920; Drinking fountain in Strathcona Park, c. 1920
King Edward Drive, near Rideau Street, c. 1920Billings Home, July 1925; Cutting ice at Hog's Back, 1933; Enclosed car in the Glebe; Unveiling of the War Memorial by King George VI, May 21,1939; Wellington Street, June 22,1949; Sheep Barn at the Experimental Farm, August, 1941; Couples celebrating VJ- Day; The prime minister's official residence, 24 Sussex Drive, before renovations, 1949
Summary Traces the city's development from the days when Bytown was a lumber village to its emergence as Canada's capital.
ISBN 9781554880751 (electronic bk.)
1554880750 (electronic bk.)
9781554886531 (electronic bk.)
1554886538 (electronic bk.)
0888821956
9780888821959
OCLC # 277614180
Additional Format Print version: Van de Wetering, Marion. Ottawa album. Toronto ; Buffalo : Hounslow Press, ©1997 0888821956 9780888821959 (DLC) 98139430 (OCoLC)37985075



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