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More of Tony Smyth's slides from days and places you might have known.


Tony writes (17th July 2004) :


" This time, taking a quick nip across 'the pond'. As there were many Britishstudents that went through the Scholasticate in Vanier (formerly Eastview) here in the Ottawa I thought these shots may be appropriate.

On Page 121 of the Gallery I supplied a photo of how the site is today.
These are from when the White Fathers house was still standing.

The shot entitled 'Ave Pères Blancs' is taken from the steps of the house. The one of 'Notre Dame d'Afrique' is taken from outside the 'new' wing which later became Vanier City Hall until the amalgamation of regional municipalities of Ottawa = Carleton into the City of Ottawa in Jan. 2000 . . . . . "




(Source : Tony Smyth)

The White Fathers' house.


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" . . . .
taken from the steps of the house"

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" . . . . taken from outside the 'new' wing which later became Vanier City Hall until the amalgamation of regional municipalities of Ottawa = Carleton into the City of Ottawa in Jan. 2000"

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(Source : Tony Smyth)

Blacklion : Pat McDermott and Owen Gormley playing to the crowds outside


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