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W.G. MacLaughlan photographic albums of buildings damaged by the Halifax Explosion


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Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 10

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 10


28-30 Isleville Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 13

Note: John Wasson, electrician lived at 28 Isleville Street. John A. Lightizee, employee, Davis and Fraser - pork packers lived at 30 Isleville Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 13


32 Isleville Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 14

Note: Clifford W. Ayles, quarter master sergeant lived at 32 Iselville Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 14


31 and 29 Isleville Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 15

Note: Frank Donovan, truckman lived at 31 Isleville Steet. Nelson Butler, boilermakers assistant Canadian Government Railway lived at 29 Isleville Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 15


27 - 27 1/2 Macara Street - corner of Macara and Isleville Streets, MacLaughlan album 1 number 16

Note: William Antle lived at 27 Macara Street. George Palmer, chief cook, CS MacKay-Bennett and Victor Huges, boatswain, CS MacKay-Bennett lived at 27½ Macara Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 16


35-37 Sullivan Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 18

Note: John Joseph Gorman lived at 35 Sullivan Street. Frederick Gorman lived at 37 Sullivan Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 18


36-38 Sullivan Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 19

Note: Wellington F. Coolen retired lived at 36 Sullivan Street. Mrs. Harriet Silva (widow Paul W.) and William Coolen, motorman N.S. LOP. Co. lived at 38 Sullivan St.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 19


Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 20

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 20


Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 21

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 21


Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 22

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 22


525-527 Gottingen Street - corner of Kaye and Gottingen Streets, MacLaughlan album 1 number 23

Note: W. (William) I. Hubley and Co., grocers and meat dealers lived at 525 Gottingen Street. George Wamboldt, conductor, N.S. LOP. Co. lived at 527 Gottingen Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 23


86-88 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 24

Note: James Guess, pipefitter, Canadian Government Railway Round House lived at 86-88 West Young Street (note street numbers now 116-118 West Young St.).

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 24


90 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 25

Note: Thomas Ryan, HMCS Niobe and David Hurshman, labourer lived at 90 West Young Street (note street number now 120 West Young St.).

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 25


90 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 26

Note: Side and rear view.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 26


94, 92, 90 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 27

Note: Lawrence Power, labourer and John H. Hunt, car inspector Intercolonial Railway, home owner lived at 94 West Young Street (note street numbers now 126, 124 and 120 West Young St.).

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives 2014-031 album 1 number 27


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