Item YJ0088 - Looking north east across Broadway from the C.P.R water tower

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Looking north east across Broadway from the C.P.R water tower

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  • ca. 1896 (Creation)
    Yorkton (Sask.)

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1 photograph ; b&w : 10 x 19.5 cm

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Looking north east across Broadway from C. P. R. water tower about 1896

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Looking north east across Broadway from the C. P. R. water tower about 1896. Some of the buildings seen are marked; 1. Fred Maynards harness shop. 2. Jas. Horne’s general store, later taken over by the Hudsons Bay Co., 3. R. A. Patricks small drug store. 4. Markhams livery barn. 5. Carson Block built by M. Carson with stores on the ground floor and offices above. 6. Geo. Betts cheap store. 7. Across 3rd. Ave., is T. H. Collacott’s Hardware Store. 8. T. Meredith’s butcher shop. 9. Levi Beck’s general store on the corner of 4th. Ave. 10. Across 4th. Ave., is the W. P. Hopkins as Post Master. 13. Residence of Duncan McLeod. 14. The Methodist Parsonage on 3rd. Ave. 15. Methodist Church also on 3rd. Ave. 16. Presbyterian Church on 4th. Ave., and 17. Dr. T. A. Patrick’s residence on 3rd. Ave. 18. Royal Hotel.

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