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Streetcar of Port Arthur, Ontario

Streetcar of Port Arthur, Ontario

A & W Thunder Bay, Ontario I remember going to the one on Cumberland Ave.

Just a few random B&W shots of the Was it really the Fabulous - - or merely an era that was sorely over-rated by nostalgia enth.

https://flic.kr/p/r4Lns5 | Lyceum Theatre est. 1909 | Description: Photograph of the exterior of the Lyceum Theatre on North Cumberland Street in Port Arthur, Ontario (date unknown).  Photo by Lovelady Bros.   Accession No.: 975.1.423

https://flic.kr/p/r4Lns5 | Lyceum Theatre est. 1909 | Description: Photograph of the exterior of the Lyceum Theatre on North Cumberland Street in Port Arthur, Ontario (date unknown). Photo by Lovelady Bros. Accession No.: 975.1.423

https://flic.kr/p/s434gz | Thunder Bay Tourist Pagoda (NHSC) | Date: 1940's/50's  Description: Built in 1909, Thunder Bay's Tourist "Pagoda" is Canada's oldest continuously operating tourist bureau. The pagoda was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1986. The Prince Arthur Hotel can be seen in the background.  Accession No.: 972.41.7

Date: Description: Built in Thunder Bay's Tourist "Pagoda" is Canada's oldest continuously operating tourist bureau. The pagoda was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in The Prince Arthur Hotel can be seen in the background. Accession No.

https://flic.kr/p/rYqcM3 | Aerial View of Port Arthur | Date: 1910  Description: Aerial view of Port Arthur from the top of the Port Arthur Hotel.  The old streetcar banks are visible in the center along with the Waverly/Western Hotel as well as the Continental Hotel on the far right.   Accession No.: 980.101.6 A

Date: 1910 Description: Aerial view of Port Arthur from the top of the Port Arthur Hotel. The old streetcar banks are visible in the center along with the Waverly/Western Hotel as well as the Continental Hotel on the far right. Accession No.

https://flic.kr/p/rYqcM3 | Aerial View of Port Arthur | Date: 1910  Description: Aerial view of Port Arthur from the top of the Port Arthur Hotel.  The old streetcar banks are visible in the center along with the Waverly/Western Hotel as well as the Continental Hotel on the far right.   Accession No.: 980.101.6 A

Date: 1910 Description: Aerial view of Port Arthur from the top of the Port Arthur Hotel. The old streetcar banks are visible in the center along with the Waverly/Western Hotel as well as the Continental Hotel on the far right. Accession No.

https://flic.kr/p/saSWtP | Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. Dry Docks | Date: c. 1910s Description: Ship under construction at the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. Boats would be constructed in the dry dock and when they were done, it would be flooded and the boat would float out into its new life on Lake Superior. Accession No.: 976.90.83

Description: Ship under construction at the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Co. Boats would be constructed in the dry dock and when they were done, it would be flooded and the boat would float out into its new life on Lake Superior. Accession No.

https://flic.kr/p/qRKuTZ | Protest Rally, 1914 | Date: 1914  Description: This photograph shows a number of unidentified people gathered in Port Arthur for a rally.   The men on the left carry a sign that says "WE WILL HAVE THE 8 HOUR WORK DAY". The eight-hour day movement, which advocated restricting the length of the work day so that workers would be able to balance work, rest, and leisure activities, was a critical component of Canada's labour union movement in the early 20th ce...

https://flic.kr/p/qRKuTZ | Protest Rally, 1914 | Date: 1914 Description: This photograph shows a number of unidentified people gathered in Port Arthur for a rally. The men on the left carry a sign that says "WE WILL HAVE THE 8 HOUR WORK DAY". The eight-hour day movement, which advocated restricting the length of the work day so that workers would be able to balance work, rest, and leisure activities, was a critical component of Canada's labour union movement in the early 20th ce...

https://flic.kr/p/r2DGPM | Men Outside of the Algoma Hotel | Description: This photograph shows an unidentified (but well-dressed!) group of men posing on the front porch of the Algoma Hotel on Cumberland Street in Port Arthur.   Accession No.: 983.86.147

Description: This photograph shows an unidentified (but well-dressed!) group of men posing on the front porch of the Algoma Hotel on Cumberland Street in Port Arthur. Accession No.

https://flic.kr/p/q5N6gY | Algoma Hotel | Description: The Algoma Hotel was built on Cumberland Street near Lorne in Port Arthur in the late 1880s under the proprietorship of John Merrill and George Hodder.   The hotel was the home of several prominent personalities. Among them were James Oliver Curwood (who wrote God’s County and other novels), and Bob Edwards, a controversial newspaper editor. Edwards published the Eye Opener first in Calgary and then in Port Arthur in the early years of…

https://flic.kr/p/q5N6gY | Algoma Hotel | Description: The Algoma Hotel was built on Cumberland Street near Lorne in Port Arthur in the late 1880s under the proprietorship of John Merrill and George Hodder. The hotel was the home of several prominent personalities. Among them were James Oliver Curwood (who wrote God’s County and other novels), and Bob Edwards, a controversial newspaper editor. Edwards published the Eye Opener first in Calgary and then in Port Arthur in the early years of…

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