Picture St. Marys
Woodcut of National Hotel


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Types:
Woodcuts
Photographs
Description:
Photo taken from the Perth County directory of 1896 of the National Hotel showing a woodcut of the hotel building.

The hotel was located on the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets (where the building for Coffee Culture is located now).

The building burned in 1896.
Notes:
Condition: Copy is very good.
Publisher:
Perth County Directory
Date of Original:
1896
Date Of Event:
1896
Dimensions:
Width: 12.6 cm
Height: 10.6 cm
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 7.8cm
Image Height: 6.5cm
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
1701ph
Collection:
St. Marys Museum photo collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2591043552625 Longitude: -81.1431768536568
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
"Woodcut of National Hotel." St. Marys Museum, 1701ph.
Terms of Use:
Reproduction of digital objects is restricted to fair use for personal study or research; any other use must be done with permission of copyright holder.
Reproduction Notes:
This image is a watermarked low resolution reproduction.
High resolution images are available at the St. Marys Museum for a fee.
Contact
St. Marys Museum
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

177 Church Street South,

P.O. Box 998,

St. Marys, Ontario.

N4X 1B6

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Woodcut of National Hotel


Photo taken from the Perth County directory of 1896 of the National Hotel showing a woodcut of the hotel building.

The hotel was located on the southeast corner of Queen and Water Streets (where the building for Coffee Culture is located now).

The building burned in 1896.