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


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Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 1 number 80 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 1 number 80



Inside back cover - Hfx Explosion Dec 6/17 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031



229 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 151 
Note: Corner of Windmill Road and Grove Street — appears to be a house under construction.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 151



Williston Foundry, Grove Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 152 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 152



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 2 number 154 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 154



218 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 156 
Note: The Halifax Relief Commission built a new home on this property for Bessie and John Baxter and their family.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 156



216 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 157 
Note: Florence Huxtable and her father Robert, a retired patent maker, lived at 216 Windmill Road.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 157



53 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 159 
Note: Martin Behan, teamster, his wife Blanche, and their children lived at 53 Hester Street (now 48 Hester Street), Dartmouth.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 159



55 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 160 
Note: Laura and John Dillman raised 10 children in this house at 55 Hester Street (now 50 Hester Street), Dartmouth.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 160



57 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 161 
Note: Bertha and Alton Dillman lived at 57 Hester Street (now 54 Hester Street), Dartmouth. They had 7 children. After the Explosion, the family returned to live at this address, in a new house built by the Halifax Relief Commission.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 161



75 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 162 
Note: William Beckwith, retired shipwright and north-end ferry operator, and his wife Eliza lived at 75 Hester Street (now 60 Hester Street), Dartmouth. After the Explosion, they returned to this address, and lived in a new house built by the Halifax Relief Commission.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 162



West side of Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 163 
Note: Duplex at 49-51 Hester Street, Dartmouth (current number) was repaired following the Explosion and is still standing in 2018.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 163



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 2 number 164 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 164



45 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 165 
Note: Widow Mary (Higgins) Wright and her young son lived at 45 Hester Street (now 36 Hester Street), Dartmouth.  In her published first-person account of the Explosion, Mary's daughter, Gertrude (Wright) Pettipas, described the house as being "almost a total ruin."

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 165



32 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 166 
Note: 32 Hester Street (now 33 Hester Street), Dartmouth was repaired after the Explosion.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 166


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