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CA ON00353 AFC 361 · Discrete Item · ca. 1877

This photograph album was likely prepared for advertising and promotional purposes by the O'Connor and Lancaster firm, or "Popular Photo Studio". It contains prints of London, Ontario, scenes, as well as advertising and promotional information about London and some of its businesses.

O'Connor and Lancaster, Photographers
CA ON00353 AFC 361-RC80190 · Item · c1877
Part of O'Connor and Lancaster photograph album

This photograph is a view of buildings looking north along Richmond Street and buildings to the east including St. Peter's Cathedral and Bishop's Palace (later rectory) on Dufferin Avenue; and Crystal Palace and military garrison buildings at far right.

Printing Shops: Herald
CA ON00353 AFC 361-RC80209 · Item · c1877
Part of O'Connor and Lancaster photograph album

This building housed the Daily Herald newspaper and job printing offices; later becomes known as the London Prototype. People are posed for the photograph in upper floor windows and outside near entrance.

Halls: Odd Fellows'
CA ON00353 AFC 361-RC80213 · Item · c1877
Part of O'Connor and Lancaster photograph album

Oddfellows Hall was located at the north east corner of Dundas Street and Clarence Street in downtown London. Main floor was occupied by Nordheimer Piano Company for many years.

CA ON00353 AFC 361-RC80214 · Item · c1877
Part of O'Connor and Lancaster photograph album

This view includes houses and other buildings behind the church. Originally called North Street Methodist Church, street was renamed Queen's Ave. in 1876 with church name following shortly thereafter. The church burned down in 1895.