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Halifax and Its People / 1749-1999

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Business Card, Leopold Weisz, ca. 1912

Reference: Coroners' Reports Nova Scotia Archives  RG 41 vol. 76A no. 293

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Collapsed buildings of Nova Scotia Car Works on Clifton Street near St. Albans Street, Halifax, with Bloomfield School in background at right, 11 February 1918

Date: 11 February 1918

Photographer: Gauvin & Gentzel

Reference: Charles Vaughan (copied through the courtesy of Mrs. Shirley Vaughan) Nova Scotia Archives

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Women walking from Africville towards Halifax, on Campbell Road near Hanover Street, 1917 or 1918

Date: 1917 or 1918

Photographer: James & Son

Reference: SC 244 (James); negative number: 2451 (courtesy of the City of Toronto Archives) Nova Scotia Archives

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"Rehousing for Halifax Relief Commission, Halifax, Ross & Macdonald, Architects, Montreal, No. 76", 30 July 1919

Date: 30 July 1919

Photographer: Gauvin & Gentzel

Reference: Charles Vaughan (copied through the courtesy of Mrs. Shirley Vaughan) Nova Scotia Archives

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J. Allister Bowman, district plant superintendent, Maritime Tel & Tel, using earphones for word from entombed men in Moose River Mine Disaster, N.S., April 1936

Date: April 1936

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  Photo Drawer - Places - Moose River - Mine Disaster, 1936

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The Queen Hotel Fire, Hollis Street, Halifax, 2 March 1939

Date: 2 March 1939

Photographer: attributed to Roy Tidman, Halifax Daily Star staff cameraman

Reference: John F. Rogers Nova Scotia Archives 1995-370 no. 6

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"Explosion of Munitions at Magazine near Dartmouth, Halifax, N.S., July 18, 1945"

Date: 18 July 1945

Photographer: J.C.M. Hayward

Reference: Yarmouth County Historical Society Nova Scotia Archives 1981-517 no. 1

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Crowd viewing broken glass outside Henry Birks & Sons Limited, Barrington St., Halifax, after the Bedford Magazine Explosion, 18 July, 1945

Date: 18 July 194]

Photographer: J.C.M. Hayward

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  Photo Drawer - Places - Halifax - Explosion, 1945 - Damage - Barrington St.

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