Floods

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72 Archival description results for Floods

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"Marooned"

Item is a photograph of a bus driving through the flooded intersection of King West Street and Grandes-Fourches Street (previously known as Lansdowne Street). The photograph is captioned "Marooned", highlighting the fact that the photographer seam cornered by the water.

Intersection During the Flood of 1942

Item is a photograph of the corner of King-West Street and Lansdowne Street (Now known as Grandes-Fourches) during the flood of June 1942. The Aylmer Bridge and the Lansdowne Market can be seen in the back.

Cars and Bus During the Flood of 1942

Item is a photograph of a bus and some cars driving through the flooded Grandes-Fourches Street (Previously known as Lansdowne Street) during the flood of June 1942. The Lansdowne Market can be seen in the back.

Hovey Packaging During the Flood of 1942

Item is a photograph of a truck charged with wood logs driving through the water of the flood of June 1942 near the Hovey Packaging, on Grandes-Fourches Street (previously known as Lansdowne Street).

Man in Flooded Doorway During the Flood of 1942

Item is a photograph of a man standing in a flooded doorway located on Grande-Fourche Street (previously known as Lansdowne Street), during the flood of June 1942. St-Jean-Baptiste-de-Sherbrooke Church can be seen in the back.

Hotel During the Flood of 1942

Item is a photograph of a hotel on Grandes-Fourches Street during the flood of 1942. The Lansdowne Market and McKee Sales and Services Co. can be seen on the sides.

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