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Clark J. Smith Studio Avec objets numériques
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6th Street, Brandon, Manitoba

Reprint of the west side of 6th Street, Brandon, Manitoba looking north. Businesses in the image, from left to right, are: Winter & O'Neail (general store), James A. Smart (hardware), Grand Central Hotel (built 1882, razed 1890 to make space for new development), American House (hotel), and Brandon House (hotel). In front of the buildings are people with horse-drawn wagons.

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Assiniboine Ferry

Photograph of a ferry boat crossing the Assiniboine River near land where Brandon's First Street Bridge now stands. Three individuals on boat. Buildings on the banks of the river include one marked "Brandon [?] General Supplies."

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Old Fire Hall

Photograph of the original Brandon Fire Hall at 637 Princess Avenue, showing a three-horse ladder wagon with the ladder raised up to the station's tower.

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Rosser Avenue, Brandon

Photograph of the 800 block of Rosser Avenue in Brandon, Manitoba. Businesses in the photograph include Reesor's Jeweller with its street clock, Murdoch's, and Christie's. Numerous individuals on sidewalk. Horse-and-buggy on mud road. Posters on a telegraph pole advertise "Wall Paper / Go-Carts / Wagons / Dolls / Toys / Note Paper / n Pads and P'k's"

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Barclay & O'Hara

Photograph of the office and yard of Barclay & O'Hara: Dealers in Lumber and Coal at 704 Pacific Avenue in Brandon, Manitoba. In front are people with horses and wagons. To the left is the Western Canada Loan & Savings Co. (appraiser, E. J. Barclay). To the far right is possibly the Farmers' Home Hotel.

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