Montreal, 1916: Can you guess the street corner?

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From shorpy.com, a blog with HD photos from the Library of Congress website – Montreal’s Ste-Catherine street in 1916.

Can you guess which corner this is today?  🙂

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3 Responses to Montreal, 1916: Can you guess the street corner?

  1. Sandra says:

    That’s easy. I worked at that corner. The window hasn’t changed. 🙂

    • You got it!! 🙂 It’s weird, when I first saw this photo, the Birks building on the left jumped out at me right away. The other side of the street though (even though it still looks pretty much the same) was a bit tougher – it was weird seeing the church without the entrances to the mall on either side of it!

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