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Plaster details of bridge, frieze in lobby
Detail of plaster frieze in grand lobby
Detail of tile frieze in lobby
By-laws of the Township of London, Middlesex County : with historical sketch of pioneer days and important occurrences of recent dates : consolidated and approved by Council of year 1910
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Ontario's parliament buildings, or, A century of legislation, 1792-1892 : a historical sketch
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Land of Red and White
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The English cathedral of Quebec : [paper]  read before the Literary and Historical Society, Quebec, 10th march, 1891
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From rural parkland to urban centre : one hundred years of growth at the University of Manitoba, 1877 to 1977
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Detail in Tabularium
Hamilton Court House
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Beth David Synagogue
Barns in Saskatchewan
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Self-Guided Walking Tour
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Campus self-guided walking tour
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Alberta Report Magazine
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Newfoundland in 1842 : a sequel to "The Canadas in 1841"
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Henry J. Helliwell's house, Edmonton, Alberta.
Mormon Temple, Cardston, Alberta.
Fountain and temple carvings, Mormon Temple, Cardston, Alberta.
Winnipeg Rifles, 8th Battalion, C.E.F. allied with the Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) : fiftieth anniversary, 1883-1933, The
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Two years of war : as viewed from Ottawa
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Scalpel, sword and stretcher : forty years of work and play
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Image of the installation of Brothers of the Wind, a bronze-frieze completed by Canadian-artist Robert Tait McKenzie in 1925, above the staircase in the Olympic Oval lobby.
Image of the 1925 bronze frieze Brothers of the Wind by Robert Tait McKenzie, which hangs in the main stairwell of the Olympic Oval lobby.
Image of the unveiling of the 1925 bronze frieze Brothers of the Wind by Robert Tait McKenzie, which hangs in the main stairwell of the Olympic Oval lobby.
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