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Displaying completed and published resources of collection #0141 from Cranbrook Archives.

Completed records in this collection: 46

Corey House on Baker Hill in Cranbrook. : The Corey home at 211 - 12th Avenue South (Garden Avenue), Cranbrook, B.C. This house was later own
Corey House on Baker Hill in Cranbrook.
Cranbrook Architecture - Parkin Manor : The Parkin house in Cranbrook, B.C., is often referred to as the Tower House. Built by John Parkin a
Cranbrook Architecture - Parkin Manor
Cranbrook Architecture : Cranbrook Architecture - 120 - 12th Avenue South (Garden Avenue), Cranbrook,B.C. A simple design enh
Cranbrook Architecture
Cranbrook Architecture : Cranbrook Architecture - 215 - 13th Avenue South ( Burwell Avenue ), built around turn of the centur
Cranbrook Architecture
Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles House : Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles house was built in 1903 and located on 9th Avenue South (Armstro
Cranbrook Architecture - The Nobles House
Cranbrook Architecture - Residence of J.D. McBride : Cranbrook Architecture - Built in 1901 for merchant W.T. Reid, it was purchased by hardware merchant
Cranbrook Architecture - Residence of J.D. McBride
Cranbrook Architecture - Dr. Miles Residence : Completed in 1914, on the day World War I broke out, by dentist Dr. Miles, this home is located at 3
Cranbrook Architecture - Dr. Miles Residence
Cranbrook Architecture - Paterson Residence : The E. Paterson home built in 1912 is located at 305 - 12th Avenue South (Garden Avenue), and was o
Cranbrook Architecture - Paterson Residence
Cranbrook Architecture - White Residence : Built by Harry White sometime before 1904, the house is located at the extreme south end of 10th Ave
Cranbrook Architecture - White Residence
Cranbrook Architecture - Patmore Residence : The E.H. Patmore home, built in 1909 is located on the corner of 11th Avenue South (Fenwick Avenue)
Cranbrook Architecture - Patmore Residence
Cranbrook Architecture - Hill Residence : The E.A. Hill home at 302 - 12th Avenue South (Garden Avenue), is still beautifully maintained. It w
Cranbrook Architecture - Hill Residence
Cranbrook Architecture - The CPR-YMCA : The old CPR-YMCA, built in 1910, stood at the far west end of Baker Street across Van Horne Street,
Cranbrook Architecture - The CPR-YMCA
Cranbrook Architecture - Nurses School/Residence : Built in the late 1920s the Nurses School and Residence was located right behind and to the left of
Cranbrook Architecture - Nurses School/Residence
Cranbrook Architecture - St. Eugene Hospital : The St. Eugene Hospital on King Street was one of Cranbrook's largest landmarks, with an interesting
Cranbrook Architecture - St. Eugene Hospital
Cranbrook Architecture - St. Marys Catholic Church : St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church at 41 - 10th Avenue South (Norbury Avenue) was built in 1927, repla
Cranbrook Architecture - St. Marys Catholic Church
Cranbrook Architecture - Manual Training School : The Manual Training School was built in 1912 as an Industrial Arts addition for Central School. It r
Cranbrook Architecture - Manual Training School
Cranbrook Architecture - Fire Hall : The City of Cranbrook Fire Hall, built in 1929, operates as Cran brook's #1 Fire Hall located on 11t
Cranbrook Architecture  - Fire Hall
Cranbrook Architecture - United Church : The United Church on 12th Avenue South (Garden Avenue) was completed just as the Depression was begi
Cranbrook Architecture  - United Church
Cranbrook City Hall : Cranbrook's City Hall built in 1911 on 10th Avenue South (Norbury Avenue).
Cranbrook City Hall
Wilson Residence in Cranbrook : The front entrance decor showing a triangular pediment over the stairway. This heritage home was bu
Wilson Residence in Cranbrook
Murray Residence in Cranbrook : The Murray Residence built prior to 1912 on 11th Avenue South (Fenwick Avenue).
Murray Residence in Cranbrook
Parkin Residence in Cranbrook : The Parkin house, often referred to as the Towerhouse. Built for James Parkin in 1910 and located at
Parkin Residence in Cranbrook
Parkin Residence in Cranbrook : Parkin house, often referred to as the Towerhouse. Built for James Parkin in 1910 and located at 324
Parkin Residence in Cranbrook
Bowness Mansion in Cranbrook : The Bowness Mansion, built for Alderman Bowness in 1910 on 10th Avenue South (Norbury Avenue).
Bowness Mansion in Cranbrook
Cranbrook City Hall, 1976 : Cranbrook City Hall, built in 1911 using brick. Location is 10th Avenue South ( Norbury Avenue ).
Cranbrook City Hall, 1976
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