Montreal 1860. St. Urbain> South since Lagauchetiere Street / W.Notman. This document comes from the McCord Museum Archives. 1860, a beautiful view of the Saint-Urbain Street looking south. Dirt road lined with poplars Lombardy, boardwalks, residences, some shops with one or two floors.
It’s been known as a “mud wallow”, occasionally the North Arm Road and then Centre Street, before being officially named South Granville in December of (History of the South Granville neighbourhood, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Bonsecours market - Democracy in Montreal - Archives de Montréal
Jacques Cartier, Montreal Quebec, Quebec City, Le Quebec, Talons Jeans, Vintage Pictures, Edwardian Era, Vintage Items, La Belle
Ouellette Avenue is seen looking northward in this photo from December The Canada Building is on the right and the old Palace theatre can be seen on the right in the background. (FILES/The Windsor Star)
P132 York Sunbury Historical Society II Collection