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    St-John North, formerly Portland, N.B.

    Photographs. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item.
    St-John North, formerly Portland, NB. In "The Dominion Illustrated", 14th December, 1889, p.384. Described by the RECON project. This record was created 
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    View of city.

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    ca. 1900-1925
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    View of city. Described by the MSTRALBE project. Credit: Albertype Company/ Library and Archives Canada/PA-031722 Restrictions on use: Nil Copyright: 
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    Reversing Falls.

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    ca. 1900-1925
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Reversing Falls. Described by the MSTRALBE project. 000074681891 photograph ; 200 x 160 mm. Credit: Albertype Company/Library and Archives 
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    Power dam under construction near Saint John, N.B.

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    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Power dam under construction near Saint John, NB. Described by the RECON project. Credit: National Film Board / Library and Archives Canada / PA-048836 
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    City of St. John, the Chief Commercial Port of New Brunswick, from Suspension Bridge.

    Date:
    1869
    Art. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Private. Item.
    City of St. John, the Chief Commercial Port of New Brunswick, from Suspension Bridge. publication: In Hind, HY, et al. "The Dominion of Canada...," Toronto: 
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    Harbour.

    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item (Accession level).
    Harbour. Described by the RECON project. Credit: Miscellaneous / Library and Archives Canada / C-029835 Restrictions on use: Nil 1 photograph
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    Bridge over Saint John River.

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    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Bridge over Saint John River. Described by the RECON project. 000073034941 photograph. Credit: Canada. Dept. of Interior / Library and Archives Canada 
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    Market Slip, Saint John, N.B.

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    n.d
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item (linked).
    Market Slip, Saint John, NB. Described by the RECON project. Credit: Canada. Dept. of Interior / Library and Archives Canada / C-000333 Restrictions on use: 
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    Description of borings.

    Date:
    1917
    Reference:
    RG11M 80103/1.
    Architectural & technical drawings. [Conditions of access Closed pending processing]. Government. Item (Accession level).
    Description of borings. Copyright: Crown copyright linen. Copyright: Crown copyright. Saint John (NB)
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    Extension of pavilion annex Lancaster hospital, St. John, N.B., drawing 1 [east elevation, basement plan] /

    Date:
    4/1/1949
    Reference:
    RG11M 84503/3.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Extension of pavilion annex Lancaster hospital, St. John, NB, drawing 1 [east elevation, basement plan] /. Contractor: Acme Construction Company Ltd
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