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Prince Rupert, British Columbia - Circa 1917

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PHOTOGRAPHS10 of 211917 - Steamer "Ontario No. 1" Photograph"The MacDonald Hotel" Edmonton - Circa 1917
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    These are two printed photograph images of the city of Prince Rupert, British Columbia - circa 1917 / images both measure 8 1/2" by 6 1/4"
    ** Prince Rupert is a port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada incorporated in 1910 and named for Prince Rupert of the Rhine, who was first Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company. The first photo is of the Prince Rupert Hotel which was built in 1914. The hotel caught fire in 1977 and burned to the ground. A new Prince Rupert Hotel was built on the site in 1978.
    -- The second photo is a downtown view of Third Avenue in the city of Prince Rupert.

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