Municipal Buildings (Page 2)

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City Hall

Postmarked illegible

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City Hall

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City Hall

Postmarked November 1, 1907

Same view with different crop, colour processing and also a pedestrian is missing in the postcard on the left. Look carefully and you can detect his ghosted outline.

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The City Hall

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City Hall

Postmarked October 15, 1907

Same view with different crop, colour processing and the postcard on the right has no telephone poles.

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City Hall

Postmarked November 20, 1906

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City Hall

Postmarked February 11, 1907

These two postcards have the same view as the ones above. They have been cropped and processed differently plus the publishers chose to eliminate most of the hydro poles.

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City Hall

Postmarked November 7, 1907

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Entrance to City Hall, Market and M'Nab Streets

Postmarked ______, 1910

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City Hall and James Street North

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Civic Building

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Public Library

Postmarked November 9, 1905

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Public Library

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Public Library

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Public Library

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Public Library

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Post Office

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Post Office

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Post Office

Postmarked October 12, 1906

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Post Office

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Post Office & Canadian Customs

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Post Office

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Post Office

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Same view with different crops and colour processing. 

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Post Office

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Post Office

Postmarked illegible

Same views as the postcards above but cropped and colour processed differently. The publisher of the postcard on the left eliminated the edge of the building that is still showing in the postcards above.

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King Street East and Post Office

Postmarked January 23, ___

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