|Title||Stewart Lumber after the fire July 6, 1921|
|Year Range from||1921|
|Year Range to||1921|
Black and white postcard of the ruins of the Stewart Lumber building after the fire July 6, 1921. The photo shows people looking at the ruins of the building. The front facade of the building and a few partial walls are all that remains. In the left corner there is someone still hosing down a section of the building. On the street are the street railway tracks. On the back is "Postcard" with a place for a stamp and a message.
"Post Card Made In Canada Correspondence Address AZO Place Stamp Here"
ARCHITECTURE - PUBLIC EXTERIOR
SCENES - STREET
TRANSPORTATION - STREET RAILWAY
DISASTERS - FIRE
|Dimensions||8.5 cm l x 13.5 cm w|