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Number 29, Number 30, Number 31, Number 32, and Number 33

29: The old Methodist Church to left, and the old Anglican rectory to right, moved with its long side facing the street - "Evangeline Row".

30: This furniture store was built on waste land to the left on Queen St., and one entered from the bridge. An early creek use to be on this site and I remember it as the town dump. This building burned, and Moir Motors Ltd. now stands on this site, opposite the Presbyterian Church, now the Masonic Lodge.

31: The old Anglican Church. In old pictures of Queen St., the church belfry can still be seen. Now a grocery store.

32: The back of the old Anglican Church, showing the old windows.

33: On the site of the former Hicks' Furniture Store - today.

Reference: Coward family Nova Scotia Archives Album No. 24

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