Item 083 - North Bay

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North Bay

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Published by H. S. Campbell, North Bay, Ont.

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CA ON00408 C004-S03-0253-15-083

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  • [191-?] (Creation)

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1 postcard : b+w ; 9 x 14 cm

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Item is a postally used postcard showing the Queens Hotel.

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    Cancellation not legible.
    Post card was addressed to: J. Kealy Esq, La Corona, Montreal, Canada.
    Message reads: How about the party of four anak ago Saturday now N.Y. chicken soup.

    The Queen's Hotel "was a large brick buillding on the east side of Fraser Street [current site of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce] between Oak Street and Main Street built in 1890 and owned and operated by Edward Lynch who sold the property to Edward Shepherd. At his death, a son, Harry, took over the hotel and later his widow continued the operation until the building was completely destroyed by fire in 1936" W.K.P. Kennedy - North Bay: Past -Present - Prospective, 1961.

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    Created January 11, 2017 by Francoise Noel

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      Details of Queens Hotel history (General Notes) - W.K.P. Kennedy. North Bay: Past - Present - Prospective. 1961 (F 5499.N6 K4 NUCC Special Collections)

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