Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Capital History Ottawa (#colourized): Post Office and Customs House, 1877–1938 (Photo Essay)

My latest for Apartment613! A photo essay à la mode capturing the devolution of Ottawa's old Post Office & Customs House, which stood in the heart of the city where the War Memorial now sits.

"Old Post Office between the Sappers and Dufferin bridges," between 1900-04. (Original photo by George McLaughlin via Library & Archives Cda – colourized by Ashley Newall.)

Read the article here: Capital History: Post Office and Custom House, 1877–1938, in photos

You can follow my Capital History Ottawa Twitter here: @CapHistOttawa

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