View of Queen's campus, ca. 1904 (Queen's Picture collection - V28 Gen-21)
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Chinese Club at 110 Queen Street, 5 December 1948 (George E.O. Lilley fonds - V25.5-6-482
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Football - Queen's vs. McGill, 1923 (Queen's Picture collection - V23-A-Foot-1923-1)
Kingston waterfront, ca. 1925 (Harcourt Brown fonds - 2350.1-15)
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Cars on the Causeway, 1939 (Nancy McQuaig collection - V101.19SE)
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