Nova Scotia Archives

Built Heritage Resource Guide

Robert Norwood scan 200803099
"Halifax Street Scenes", Intersection of Jacob and Grafton Streets 
Date: ca. 1947
Photographer: Robert Norwood
Reference no.: Robert Norwood Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1987-481 nos. 359-377

Topic: Disasters and Loss ~ When Built Heritage is Destroyed / Redevelopment
 scan 123
Photographer, with a Camera and Tripod, Photographing a Decorated Birney Streetcar, Marking the End of Tram-Car Service in the Main Part of Halifax 
Date: 26 March 1949
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives Photo Collection: Transportation and Communication: Street Cars: Birney Street Car

Topic: Disasters and Loss ~ When Built Heritage is Destroyed / Redevelopment
 scan 200803100
Duke Street Tower, Scotia Square, Under Construction 
Date: ca. 1967
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives Photo Collection: Places: Halifax: Scotia Square: Duke Street Tower: Excavation Site

Topic: Disasters and Loss ~ When Built Heritage is Destroyed / Redevelopment
 scan 200803101
Duke Street Tower, Scotia Square, Under Construction 
Date: ca. 1967
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives Photo Collection: Places: Halifax: Scotia Square: Duke Street Tower: Excavation Site

Topic: Disasters and Loss ~ When Built Heritage is Destroyed / Redevelopment
 scan 200803107
Aerial View of Deepwater Terminals, Piers Two and Three, Also Urban Redevelopment Area, Now Scotia Square, in Background 
Date: ca. 1960
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives Photo Collection: Places: Halifax: Wharves: Deepwater Terminals: Piers 2 and 3

Topic: Disasters and Loss ~ When Built Heritage is Destroyed / Redevelopment
Bob Brooks scan 200715100
Young Boy with Ralph Jones' House in the Background, Africville, Boarded Prior to Demolition 
Date: ca. 1965
Photographer: Bob Brooks
Reference no.: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1989-468 box 16 negative sheet 7 image 25

Topic: Disasters and Loss ~ When Built Heritage is Destroyed / Redevelopment
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