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


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35 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 167 
Note: Emma and Ronald Blakeley lived at 35 Hester Street (now 32 Hester), Dartmouth. They 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 167



27 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 168 
Note: Retired ship carpenter Philip Mitchell and his wife Rachel lived at 27 Hester Street (now 24 Hester Street), Dartmouth.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 168



11 Hester Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 169 
Note: John Day, carpenter, and his wife Sarah lived at 11 Hester Street (now 10 Hester Street), Dartmouth.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 169



35 Jamieson Street, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 170 
Note: Siblings Florence and George Swaffer lived at 35 Jamieson Street. After the Explosion, they 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 170



206 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 171 
Note: James and Bertha Tobin and their five children lived at 206 Windmill Road, Dartmouth. Following the Explosion, architect S.P. Dumaresq designed the family's new house, which was built at 22 Edward Street, Dartmouth.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 171



199 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 173 
Note: Photo taken from Windmill Road, Dartmouth, shows the back of house close to the street. The front of the house overlooked Jamieson Street to the harbour.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 173



200 Windmill Road, Dartmouth, MacLaughlan album 2 number 174 
Note: Annie (Wright) Parker, her husband William (a ship carpenter), and their three daughters lived at 200 Windmill Road, Dartmouth.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 174



Almon Street, MacLaughlan album 2 number 175 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 175



719 Robie Street, MacLaughlan album 2 number 176 
Note: Mrs. Jessie (Thomas) Asprey widow lived at 719 Robie Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 176



404 and 406 Gottingen Street, MacLaughlan album 2 number 177 
Note: Stephen Gilkie, Wellington Shoe Store lived at 404 Gottingen Street. James Clark, employee dockyard, home owner and Henry W. Webb, Commander Royal Navy lived at 406 Gottingen Street

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 177



384-386 Gottingen Street, MacLaughlan album 2 number 178 
Note: Peter M. Hann, employee Canadian Government Railway and Thomas M. Hann, porter W.F. Page, clothier - shop vacant lived at 384 Gottingen Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 178



390 Gottingen Street - corner of Gottingen and Almon Streets, MacLaughlan album 2 number 179 
Note: Charles A. Curtis, confectionary lived at 390 Gottingen Street.

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 179



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 2 number 181 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 181



Unidentified Building, MacLaughlan album 2 number 184 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 184



Longard Road, north of Lady Hammond Road, MacLaughlan album 2 number 185 

Reference: W.G. MacLaughlan Nova Scotia Archives accession 2014-031 album 2 number 185


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