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  • Staff members who accompanied Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England on his visit to London, Ontario
    Staff members who accompanied Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England on his visit to London, Ontario
    image  1 Sep 1936,     Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England, his wife, Lady Vincent and his entourage arrived by train at the Canadian Pacific Railway Station on Sept. 1, 1936. Some of the highlights during their approximate eight hour visit included signing the visitor's book at the municipal offices, officially opening the ...
    image  1 Sep 1936,   Sir Percy Vincent, Lord Mayor of London, England, his wife, Lady Vincent and his entourage arrived by train at the Canadian Pacific Railway Station on Sept. 1, 1936. Some of ...
    London Public Library
  • Dundas Street, looking west from a point just west of Waterloo Street, London, Ontario (photograph 1)
    Dundas Street, looking west from a point just west of Waterloo Street, London, Ontario (photograph 1)
    image  ca. 1941     Reverse (handwritten in pencil) - Bundle 3 [and] Dundas St looking west from a point just west of Waterloo 1941 [and] Gleason
    image  ca. 1941   Reverse (handwritten in pencil) - Bundle 3 [and] Dundas St looking west from a point just west of Waterloo 1941 [and] Gleason
    London Public Library
  • Dundas Street, looking west from a point just west of Waterloo Street, London, Ontario (photograph 2)
    Dundas Street, looking west from a point just west of Waterloo Street, London, Ontario (photograph 2)
    image  ca. 1941     Reverse of the original (handwritten in pencil) - Bundle 2 [and] Gleason
    image  ca. 1941   Reverse of the original (handwritten in pencil) - Bundle 2 [and] Gleason
    London Public Library
  • Dominion Public Building, London, Ontario
    Dominion Public Building, London, Ontario
    image  ca. 1940     Construction of the Dominion Public Building (also referred to as the Federal Building) began in 1935 and was completed in 1936 as part of a depression era work project. London photographer Arthur Gleason was commissioned to document the construction process. It was designed along the same lines as the Rockefeller ...
    image  ca. 1940   Construction of the Dominion Public Building (also referred to as the Federal Building) began in 1935 and was completed in 1936 as part of a depression era work project. London ...
    London Public Library
  • Penmans Limited, London, Ontario
    Penmans Limited, London, Ontario
    image  ca. 1940     Bottom right hand corner - Photograph by A. A. Gleason. Reverse (handwritten in pencil) - Penman's King & Thames St.
    image  ca. 1940   Bottom right hand corner - Photograph by A. A. Gleason. Reverse (handwritten in pencil) - Penman's King & Thames St.
    London Public Library
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