Fernie City Hall Demolition: 0149.0005

Fernie City Hall Demolition
0149.0005

0149.0005: Fernie City Hall Demolition

Built in 1909 after the great Fernie Fire of 1908, this building served as Fernie's City hall until 1972 when a decision was made to move into the Fernie Post Office (now the Fernie Heritage Library). This building was demolished sometime after that move to make the space for Fernie's present Post Office.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1975
Source:  CBK 1976.037.006 Original copy held in the Cranbrook History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0149)

Keywords:

demolition post office

Subjects:

Government arrow Offices arrow Fernie Government Officesarrow
Cities arrow Ferniearrow
Cities arrow Fernie arrow Services arrow Postalarrow

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