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W.G. MacLaughlan Albums of Buildings Damaged by the Halifax Explosion


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90-92 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 28 
Note: Arthur Matthews, grocer lived at 90 West Young Street (not street number now 124 West Young St.).

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 28



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 31 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 31



7 Kane Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 32 
Note: Norman Purcell, hostler Canadian Government Railway Round House lived at 7 Kane Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 32



5 Kane Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 33 
Note: William Schwartz lived at 5 Kane Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 33



9 Kane Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 34 
Note: Francis "Frank" A. Wilson, stevedore at the Acadia Sugar Refinery lived at 9 Kane Street and was killed in explosion.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 34



11 Kane Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 35 
Note: James William Latter, car cleaner, Canadian Government Railway lived at 11 Kane Street. Son Ralph Howard Latter, 17 died in the Explosion. James sold the property in 1918 to the Halifax Relief Commission.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 35



17, 15, 13 Livingstone Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 36 
Note: Jack Wright lived at 15 Livingstone Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 36



98-98 1/2 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 37 
Note: Thomas Ryan lived at 98 West Young Street. Fulton Edward McPhee, carpenter Canadian Government Railway lived at 98½ West Young Street (note street numbers now 138-140 West Young St.).

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 37



142, 144, 146, 148 West Young Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 38 
Note: Thomas Slaney, contractor and builder lived at 142 West Young Street. Jeremiah S. Mooney, grocer lived at 144 West Young Street. Joseph W. Hunt, car repairer Canadian Government Railway lived at 146 West Young Street. Alexander Jennings, labourer at dockyard lived at 148 West Young Street

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 38



18-20 Kane Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 39 
Note: Lewis G. Dixon, brakeman Canadian Government Railway and Clarence W. Purcell, brakeman Canadian Government Railway lived at 18 Kane Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 39



8 Kane Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 41 
Note: Jessie J. Noonan and John Homes, retired lived at 8 Kane Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 41



11 and 9 Livingstone Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 42 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 42



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 43 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 43



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 44 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 44



19, 17, 15 Livingstone Street, MacLaughlan album 1 number 45 
Note: James E. Reidy, labourer City Works lived at 17 Livingstone Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 45


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