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Seven ladies posing in front of the Ottawa Ski Club clubhouse, Camp Fortune, 1922. Canada Ski Museum and Hall of Fame collection. Skimuseum.ca (Ottawa Ski Club organized 1910). Ski Club, Capital City, Ottawa, Skiing, Museum, Canada, Poses, Black And White, History

Seven ladies posing in front of the Ottawa Ski Club clubhouse, Camp Fortune, 1922. Canada Ski Museum and Hall of Fame collection. Skimuseum.ca (Ottawa Ski Club organized 1910).

Two friends end their trip to Hull, at the corner of St. Joseph and Raymond in Hull. St Joseph, Capital City, Corner, Canada, History, Friends, Have A Nice Trip, Saint Joseph, Amigos

Two friends end their trip to Hull, at the corner of St. Joseph and Raymond in Hull.

Here is the highway from Ottawa to Montreal near Rigaud, Quebec, in the And the road we travelled in Capital City, Ottawa, Quebec, Us Travel, Montreal, 1920s, Places Ive Been, Country Roads, Canada

Here is the highway from Ottawa to Montreal near Rigaud, Quebec, in the 1920s.

Ottawa band the Esquires, active between Formed by Clint Hierlihy and Gary Comeau while still in high school, they were one of Canada's first pop groups, and also the first recipient's of the first-ever Juno award. Capital Of Canada, Capital City, Canadian Forest, Delta Blues, Canadian History, Heartstrings, Folk Music, Esquire, Pop Group

Ottawa band the Esquires, active between 1962-1967. Formed by Clint Hierlihy and Gary Comeau while still in high school, they were one of Canada's first pop groups, and also the first recipient's of the first-ever Juno award.

In My Wheele House: Architecture History: The Imperial Theatre Movie Theater, Theatre, Imperial Theater, Montreal Quebec, Capital City, Ottawa, Past, Concept Art, The Neighbourhood

Here is the outside of the Imperial, now Barrymore's, on Bank Street ca. 1938.

The Spirit of Canada, launched from a field near the corner of Smyth and St. The balloon flew off in 1967 as a part of Centennial celebrations. St Laurent, The Balloon, Capital City, Celebrations, Mid Century, Product Launch, Corner, Spirit, Canada

The Spirit of Canada, launched from a field near the corner of Smyth and St. Laurent.). The balloon flew off in 1967 as a part of Centennial celebrations.

What went on in the old YMCA at the corner of Metcalfe and Laurier? Well, here are the Aquamaids demonstrating one of their synchronized swimming Routines in Synchronized Swimming, What Goes On, Capital City, To Go, Old Things, Corner, Painting, Art, Art Background

What went on in the old YMCA at the corner of Metcalfe and Laurier? Well, here are the Aquamaids demonstrating one of their synchronized swimming Routines in 1946.

A Nurse Ratchet looks on as a patient experiences a "Schnee Bath" in the Chateau Laurier Therapeutic Department, Nurse Ratchet, Capital City, History, Coat, Canada, Historia, Coats

A Nurse Ratchet looks on as a patient experiences a "Schnee Bath" in the Chateau Laurier Therapeutic Department, 1931.

What Did it Cost to Stay in the Hospital? The St, Capital City, Catholic, Sisters, St George's, England, Street, Genealogy, Farms

Nuns of the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul, on the lawn of 1153 Wellington Street in Hintonburg, the site of the St. George's Home for Boys. This "home" was a basically a distribution for boys removed from industrial cities -- and often their families -- in England. The boys would then become indentured labor, mostly on Canadian farms, until they reached the age of 18.

 Beall, "Lunch for Six of Us" Picnic on the Rideau Canal, , silver gelatin print, Bytown Museum Gelatin, Capital City, Picnic, Museum, Lunch, Silver, Painting, Art, Art Background

[H.P. Beall, "Lunch for Six of Us" Picnic on the Rideau Canal, , 1902, silver gelatin print, Bytown Museum

Female prisoners in the Carleton County Jail on Nicholas Street in Ottawa, Ontario, County Jail, Canada, Capital City, Hostel, Street, Female, Prisoner

Female prisoners in the Carleton County Jail on Nicholas Street in 1895.

Exhibit Room of the National Gallery, upstairs in the Fisheries Building at Queen and O'Connor, in Natural light and a wood stove! Colonial, Wood, Building, Table, Capital City, Exhibit, Natural Light, Stove, Furniture

Exhibit Room of the National Gallery, upstairs in the Fisheries Building at Queen and O'Connor, in 1900. Natural light and a wood stove!