|Year Range from||1906|
|Year Range to||1906|
Black and White postcard that has a picture of Broadfoots Pharmacy store on the corner of Quebec Street and St. George's Square. Both street signs can be found above both windows. Door and two windows are on the corner of the building with a red cross and the store name, 'Broadfoot's Pharmacy', located beside either window. Storm drains found below both windows. Above the windows also have the store name, 'The "Red Cross" Pharmacy J. B. Broadfoot.' Small circular stamp over the door that reads: 'London, ON, Jun 15, 12 - PM, 1906. Writing on the right side reads: 'Making our mark on this corner.'
Back of the postcard has only the address of the receiver. Text near the top left side reads: 'POST CARD This side for the address.' Postcard addressed to:
Miss Blanch Pigot
370 Dufferin Ave.
Green Stamp on top right corner reads 'Canada Postage One Cent.'
Broadfoot's Red Cross Pharmacy
St. George's Square
ARCHITECTURE - DRUGSTORES
COMMERCIAL - PHARMACIES
|Dimensions||8 1/2 cm L x 14 cm W|