Earl and Countess Grey photographed in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1904. #vintage #Edwardian #Canada

Title / Titre : Earl and Countess Grey / Le comte et la comtesse Grey Creator(s) / Créateur(s) :Governor-General of Canada, Donor of the GREY CUP

Post 1866 along Sussex St. (now Drive) with the Basilica and another church in the foreground. Ottawa, Ontario.

Post 1866 along Sussex St. (now Drive) with the Basilica and another church in the foreground. Ottawa, Ontario.

Map of the Day, showing downtown Ottawa circa 1888, revised to 1901. Dufferin and Sapper's bridges are top left, but probably the main thing is to see all the buildings that used to be in what is now Confederation Square, especially the City Hall complex. (LAC Goad Map of Ottawa, 1888-1901)

Map of the Day, showing downtown Ottawa circa 1888, revised to 1901. Dufferin and Sapper's bridges are top left, but probably the main thing is to see all the buildings that used to be in what is now Confederation Square, especially the City Hall complex. (LAC Goad Map of Ottawa, 1888-1901)

vintage everyday: Old Photographs of Canada from 1858-1935

House of Parliament, Ottawa, Ontario - This doesn't much resemble the Parliament buildings today. That's because this one burned down in with only the Library surviving.

Butte-Anaconda National Historic Landmark District: 301 West Park (Thomas Lavell Residence)

Built: 1887 Map Traveling by stagecoach from Quebec, Canadian-born Thomas Lavell arrived in Deer Lodge in 1874 to join his brother, Geo.

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