Halifax Relief Commission houses under construction at the corner of Kaye and Robie streets, Halifax
Original photograph copied through the courtesy of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic [N.S. Education Media Services negative N-14,131]. The temporary railway tracks served to bring materials to the Isleville Street siding for construction of hydrostone buildings. The house at left was built using Ross & Macdonald design D.18. The present addresses for the houses are (left to right) 5875-5877 Kaye Street. Variations of this design were built throughout the north ends of Halifax and Dartmouth.
Photographer: Gauvin & Gentzel
Reference no.: Charles Vaughan Nova Scotia Archives / negative: N-7043