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  The original portion of this shop (the narrow north-south gable at rear), was constructed for Nellie Roberts, wife of James Annear Roberts, in 1895. The shop was originally operated by Charles
  This two-storey masonry building in Brougham Street was built in 1938 for the National Insurance Company. NPDC holds plans dated June 1937. The architects were John S. Swan and William
2017 View: By Hamish Crimp The above-ground section of this building was constructed for the Crown Dairy Company in 1947. However, the basement of this building was constructed much earlier
                                                                     This building on Devon Street East was built in 1960 for the Farmers Co-op Society. At the time it was the largest provincial departmental store and a "must
  In November 1898 the chemists, Teed & Co, moved into this building on Devon Street West. The two-storey building was designed by Frank Messenger and built by Boon Bros. The