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St. John, New Brunswick, partly destroyed last week by fire. – 1 lithograph : col. ; 21 x 31.5 cm, published in Canadian Illustrated News
, 30 June 1877. –[before 1877]. Artist and lithographer unknown. View from west side with a suspension bridge, a saw mill, and several churches in the foreground, and Saint John Harbour and the city proper in the background. A number of sailing vessels dot the harbour. MC2946-MS1A David Janigan collection, PANB.
Prince William Street, Saint John, N.B. – [ca. 1880]. – 1 photograph : b&w ; 11.5 x 11.5 cm. Located near the waterfront, Prince William Street, one of the city’s main commercial areas for decades, became the first streetscape in Canada to be designated a national historic district. P86-21 Saint John stereographs collection, PANB.
Rooftop view of Charlotte Street and Princess Street, Saint John, N.B. – [1865-1875]. – 1 photograph : b&w ; 11.5 x 11 cm. Photographer unknown. P86-26 Saint John stereographs collection, PANB.
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