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Market Square

Item is a photograph of part of a stereoscopic view of Market Place looking west from the attic of City Hall. View includes P.McDonald, Grocer, wine and spirit dealer at 73 King Street; the Manchester Warehouse on King Street which was demolished in 1868 and E. Palmer, druggist and chemist at the corner of Market Square and King Street.

Notman, William

General Views

Item is a photograph of a picture by an unknown artist with the caption 'View of Kingston, Looking Towards the Lake,1836'. The picture was done from a viewpoint on the road to Barriefield.

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

Bajus Brewery

Item is a photograph of a side view of the Bajus Brewery building on Wellington Street.

Lilley, George E.O.

Market Street

Item is a copyprint of Market Street. It is part of a stereoscopic view of Market Place, looking west from the attic of City Hall. View includes Browne and Harty, grocers; B. Fitzpatricks Hotel and the British Empire Hotel.

Notman, William

King Street

Item is a photograph of King Street. It is a view looking north along King Street from north of Earl Street. To the right is the edge of former town property of J.S. Cartwright; next is the Bank of Montreal which later became the Frontenac Club; then the Commercial Bank (which is now Empire Life Building). In the distance is the clock tower of the King Street wing of City Hall which burned in 1865. At the far left of the photograph is Saint Georges' steeple and 224-226 King Street E.

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