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General Views

View of an unidentified house. Written au verso in pencil "Kingston Bldg.".

King Street

Looking south on King Street from the corner of Princess Street.

Skating Rink

Item is a photograph of the Skating Rink. This is a view of the covered rink. Also includes a view ca.1910, of the the outdoor hockey rink behind Gordon Hall and two views of the first Jock Harty Arena (1920's).

67 Colborne Street

Item is a photograph of the frame house at 67 Colborne Street, the first home of Queen's College in 1842.

Sheldon & Davis

Princess Street

Item is a photograph of Princess street looking west from below Wellington Street toward King. View includes J. Galloway, Hats, Caps and Furs at 84 Princess Street; J. Henderson and Company Booksellers at 86 Princess Street; J.C. Hardy and Company at 88(?) Princess Street and Oberndorffer, Cigar Manufacturers.

Henderson, Henry

Old Medical Building

Item is a postcard of the Old Medical Building. It is a view of the front of the building.

Mahood Bros

67 Colborne Street

Item is a photograph of the frame house at 67 Colborne Street. It is the first home of Queen's College in 1842.

The GripCo

General Views

Item is a photograph of a view, probably taken from the top of City Hall, looking southwest across King Street. View includes Saint Georges Cathedral and Hotel Dieu Hospital.

Henderson, Henry

General Views,1893.

View of Kingston from St. Marys to the Waterfront. In the foreground is an open space used as an athletic field in summer and Capt. Dix's skating rink in winter. Also shows building erected for Regiopolis College and is now the Hotel Dieu Hospital. Cooke's Church and Brock St. Methodist Church are visible as are the rooftops of the Congregational Church (now the Masonic Temple) and St. Georges Cathedral before the dome was erected.

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