Index

24 Sussex, 28 April 1951

[The] 1939 Royal Visit, 19 May 1939

A Beautiful Friendship, 16 May 1953

A “Canadian” Princess, 19 January 1943

[The] Aeronauts Come to Ottawa, 11 September 1911

[The] Aesthete, 16 May 1882

A Free and Public Library, 30 April 1906

Ahoy-hoy Ottawa, 9 September 1877

A.J. Freiman versus J. Tissot, 9 October 1935

An Electric Banquet, 29 August 1892

[The] Anishinabek, 7 October 1763

Archbishop Boris, 10 December 1955

Armistice Day, 11 November 1918

[The] Arrival of the Iron Horse, 24 December 1854

[The] Arrival of the R-100, 10 August 1930

[The] Arrival of Traffic Lights, 5 March 1928

Asphalt Paving Comes to Ottawa, 30 July 1895

[The] Assassination of Thomas D’Arcy McGee, 7 April 1868

A Walk down Sparks Street, 20 May 1960

A Week without Worry, 28 January 1922

Banish the Bar: The Arrival of Prohibition, 16 September 1916

[The] Bank of Ottawa, 20 January 1919

[The] Battle of the Hatpins, 7 January 1916

[The] Beechwood Cemetery, 25 October 1873

Bob, the Fire Horse: The End of an Era, 25 September 1929

Bombing of Parliament Hill, 18 May 1966

[The] Boston Red Stockings, 27 August 1872

Britannia-on-the-Bay, 24 May 1900

British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, 17 December 1939

Bryson, Graham Ltd: “Ottawa’s Greatest Store”, 6 September 1870

Buffalo Bill Comes to Town, 1 November 1880

Building Parliament, 20 December 1859

[The] Bytown Consumers Gas Company, 3 March 1854

Canada at War with Japan, 8 December 1941

Canada’s Birthday, 1 July 1867

Canada’s First Woman Senator, 20 February 1930

Canada’s Sweetheart, 9 March 1948

Canadian Citizenship, 3 January 1947

[The] Canadian Club of Ottawa, 9 October, 1903

[The] Canadian Historical Dinner Service, 18 June 1898

[The] Canal, 29 May 1832

[The] Canal Basin: going, Going, Gone, 14 November 1927

[The] Capitol, 30 April 1970

Caplan’s, 31 July 1984

Captains of the Clouds, 16 July 1941

[The] Catch, 28 November 1976

[The] Central Canada Exhibition, 24 September 1888

Chain Letters and Pyramid Schemes, 22 June 1935

[The]Champagne Bank Robber, 27 October 1958

Charlotte Whitton Becomes Mayor, 1 October 1951

[The] Chaudière Ring Dam, 19 December 1908

[The] Chaudière Bridges, 28 September 1826

[The] Christmas Massacre, 22 December 1963

[The] Colonial Conference, 9 July 1894

[The] Corporation of Bytown, 28 April 1847

[The] Coyne Affair, 13 July 1961

[The] Cross-City Tunnel, 5 May 1910

Crowfoot: Chief, Diplomat, Peacemaker, 8 October 1886

[The] Cup, 13 April, 1927

Dawson City Challenge, 16 January 1905

Death of Queen Victoria, 22 January 1901

Devlin’s-Morgan’s, 23 March 1973

[The] Diamond Arrow Motor Car Company, 27 August 1910

[The] Dominion Observatory, 29 April 1905

Dow’s Lake and its Causeway, 27 December 1928

[The] Drive-In, 15 July 1948

[The] Earl Grey Musical and Dramatic Trophy, 2 February 1907 and 29 February 1908

Earthquake! 28 February 1925

Eastview Birth Control Trial, 17 March 1937

[The] Eddy Lock-Out, 11 January 1904

[The] Empire’s Poet Comes to Ottawa, 19 October 1907

[The] End of the Crippler, 18 April 1955

End of the Line, 1 May 1959

[The] End of Road Tolls, 9 February 1920

[The] End of Winter Driving Woes, 16 April 1928

Eugène Larment: The Last Man Hanged in Ottawa, 27 March 1946

Eugène Ysaÿe, the Tsar of the Violin, 6 March 1905

[The] Evening Journal – Women’s Edition, 13 April 1895

Everybody Out!, 18 April 1982

Exercise Tocsin B-1961, 13 November 1961

[The] Fastest Chicken in the World, 16 March 1978

[The] First International Dog Derby, 5 February 1930

[The] First Ottawa Air Mail, 15 August 1918

First Royal Visit–Prince of Wales Lays Cornerstone of Parliament, 1 September 1860

Fisher’s Folly, 13 February 1919

Fort Culture, 31 May 1969

Frank Amyot and the Berlin Olympics, 8 August 1936

Freiman’s becomes The Bay, 24 November 1971

[The] Funeral of J. Thad Johnson, 3 July 1927

[The] Funeral of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, 22 February 1919

[The] Galloping Gourmet, 30 December 1968

Gay Liberation, 28 August 1971

General Tom Thumb and the Countess Magri, 4 October 1861

[The] Governor General’s Foot Guards, 7 June 1872

[The] Grand Chaudière Dam, 16 October 1866

[The] Great Epizootic, 12 October 1872

[The] Greatest Show on Earth, 24 July 1895

[The] Great Farini Crosses The Chaudière Falls, 9 September 1864

[The] Great Fire of 1870, 17 August 1870

The] Green Valley Restaurant, 30 June 1947

Guy Fawkes Day, 5 November 1889

[The] Hanging of Patrick Whelan, 11 February 1869

Happy Independence Day?, 17 April 1982

Heartbreak Hotel, 3 April 1957

“Hello Ottawa–Hello Montreal”, 20 May 1920

[The] Heron Road Bridge Disaster, 10 August 1966

HoveRovers and Spectras, 6 March 1969

Hull and Ottawa in Flames, 26 April, 1900

[The] Iceman No Longer Cometh, 18 May 1963

Ill-Starred Royal Romance, 11 February 1924 and 26 February 1941

[The] Imperial Economic Conference, 21 July 1932

Instant Mashed Potatoes…, 7 February 1961

[The] Interprovincial Bridge, a.k.a. the Royal Alexandra Bridge, 12 December 1900

It’s Electrifying!, 1 May 1885

[The] Jersey Lily, 8 November 1883

Jewelled Plague, 25 July 2008

June & Company’s Great Oriental Circus, 12 August 1851

Kidney Transplants and Artificial Kidneys, 7 November 1963

La Baker, 26 August 1955

Lady Aberdeen’s Historical Fancy Dress Ball, 17 February, 1897

[The] Last Presentation of Debutantes, 24 January 1958

[The] Last Timber Raft, 8 July 1908

[The] Last Train to Union Station, 31 July 1966

Larocque’s, 11 September 1971

Le Droit, 27 March 1913

Lights Out!, 14 August 2003

[The] Lord Elgin Hotel, 19 July 1941

Lord Elgin Visits Bytown, 27 July 1853

Lord Lansdowne’s Triumph, 26 May 1887

Lord Stanley’s Cup, 18 March 1892

Lotta and the USC Canada, 10 June 1945

Lovers’ Walk, 14 May 1938

[The] Maharaja of the Keyboard, 5 December 1945

Major’s Hill — Ottawa’s First Park, 21 August 1874

Marathon of Hope Reaches Ottawa, 30 June 1980

[The] Marbles and Jacks Competitions, 21 April 1924

[The] Marian Congress, 18 June 1947

Mass Transit, 15 August 1866

[The] Maxwell Challenge, 22 February 1912

[The] McKellar Train Disaster, 25 June 1913

Meet Me At Murphy’s, 29 January 1983

Miss Civil Service, 12 August 1946

Monetary Matters, 11 March 1925

Movie Magic, 3 November 1894

Moving Day, 25 September, 1865

Mowat and MacGillivray, Stock Market Swindlers, 30 August 1930

Mrs. Pankhurst Comes to Ottawa, 2 March 1916

[The] Mystery of the Wandering Ballots, 28 February 1928

[The] NABU Network, 26 October 1983

National Council of Women of Canada, 11 April 1894

[The] Nile Voyageurs, 13 September 1884

Norwegian Snowshoes, Skees and Skilobning, 22 January 1887

[The] OC Transpo Massacre, 6 April 1999

[The] Old Supreme Court Building, 11 September 1956

Ogilvy’s, 18 November 1887

On to Ottawa Trek, 22 June 1935

Operation Fish, 2 July 1940

Organized Labour Praises Conservative Prime Minister, 3 September 1872

Ottawa at War, 3 September 1939

[The] Ottawa Alerts, 20 March 1923

Ottawa: Canada’s Oil & Gas Capital?, 17 September 1889

[The] Ottawa City Hall Fire, 31 March 1931

Ottawa Enters the Automobile Age, 11 September 1899

Ottawa Entertains the Empire, 22 August 1903

Ottawa Foot Ball Club, a.k.a. Rough Riders, 19 September 1876

[The] Ottawa Nationals, 11 October 1972

Ottawa Recycles, 5 June 1972

Ottawa the Beautiful — The Gréber Report, 18 November 1949

Ottawa’s Castle, 1 June 1912

Ottawa’s Centenary, 16 August 1926

Ottawa’s Champion Hose Reel Team, 2 October 1880

Ottawa’s Chequered Past, 9 April 1877

Ottawa’s Chinese Laundry Tax, 20 April 1897

Ottawa’s First Labour Day, 1 September 1890

Ottawa’s First Newspaper, 24 February 1836

[The] Ottawa Sewer Explosions, 29 May 1929 and 28 January 1931

[The] Ottawa Sharpshooters, 2 May 1885

Ottawa’s Rink, 18 January 1971

Ottawa’s Royal Swans, 28 June 1967

Ottawa’s Ski Hill, 9 December 1965

Ottawa’s World-Famous Dairy, 8 April 1927

Our Farm, 12 May 1886

Parking Meters Arrive in Ottawa, 25 April 1958

[The] Passing of Lord Tweedsmuir, 6 February 1940

[The] Passing of William Lyon Mackenzie King, 22 July 1950

[The] Penny Bank, 1 March 1909

[The] Phantom Air Raid, 14 February 1915

Pius X High School Tragedy, 27 October 1975

[The] Plains of Abraham, 15 January 1908

Policing Ottawa, 29 May 1866

Poulin’s, Ottawa’s Store of Satisfaction, 2 February 1929

President Roosevelt Comes to Ottawa, 23 August 1943

Princess Elizabeth Comes to Ottawa, 10 October 1951

Project 4000, 27 June 1979

[The] Queen’s Plate, 31 May 1872

Queen Victoria Chooses Ottawa, 31 December 1857

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, 22 June 1897

Radio Station CKCH Opens, 27 February 1924

[The] Re-Birth of the Ottawa Senators, 20 December 1991

[The] Red Menace, 5 September 1945

[The] Return of “D” Company, 3 November 1900

[The] Return of Halley’s Comet, 18 May 1910

“Rib”, 4 August 1914

[The] Rideau Club Fire, 23 October 1979

Riley’s Army, 5 June 1922

[The] Rise and Fall of the Daly Building, 14 June 1905

Rockcliffe Relief Camp 10 July 1935

[The] Rockcliffe Ski Jump, 23 March 1937

[The] Rolling Stones, 25 April 1965

[The] Royal Canadian Mint, 2 January 1908

[The] Russell House Hotel, 8 June 1863

[The] Russell Theatre, 15 October 1897

Sabotage on Parliament Hill?, 3 February 1916

[The] Sad Story of “Punch” Lavigne and “Billy” Seabrooke, 10 January 1933

Santa Claus Comes to Town, 24 December 1896

Sappers’ Bridge, 28 July 1912

[The] Saturday Funnies, 11 February 1905

Sex and Security, 4 March 1966

[The] Shiners’ War, 20 October 1835

Shirley Temple and the 7th Victory Bond Campaign, 21 October 1944

Sir Galahad, 6 December 1901

[The] Slater Street Explosion, 25 October 1958

Smallpox and the Porter Island Isolation Hospital, 2 November 1893

Some Chicken! Some Neck!, 29 December 1941

[The] Soviet Embassy Fire, 1 January 1956

[The] Spanish Lady, 26 September 1918

Spring Forward, Fall Back, 14 April 1918

Stony Monday Riot, 17 September 1849

[The] Stopwatch Gang, 17 April 1974

Strike! En Grève!, 14 September 1891

Sunday Shopping, 7 June 1992

Television Arrives in Ottawa, 2 June 1953

Temples of Commerce, 12 May 1955

Tennis Comes To Ottawa, 13 June 1876

Thanksgiving, 3 January 1850, 15 April 1872 and 6 November 1879

To Arms! The Fenians Are Coming, 7 March 1866

[The] “Talkies” Come To Ottawa, 26 December 1928

[The] Tragic Death of Lieutenant-Colonel William Barker, V.C., 12 March 1930

[The] Trial of Agatha Chapman, 26 November 1946

Trick or Treat!, 31 October 1860

Valentine’s Day in Old Ottawa, 14 February 1848

Velocipedes and Bicycles, 1 May 1869

Vexing Vexillology, 15 February 1965

[The] Victoria Memorial Museum, 10 May 1901

Victorian Order of Home Helpers, a.k.a. the VON, 10 February 1897

Victory in Europe, 7 May 1945

[The] Villa St-Louis Tragedy, 15 May 1956

Water Woes, 23 August 1912

[The] Weatherhill Charivari, 11 August 1881

[The] West Block Fire, 11 February 1897

We Want The Animals!, 1 March 1967

Wiggins’ Weather, 22 September 1882

Winter’s Icy Grip, 5 January 1998

[The] Winter Trots, 9 February 1921

Women’s Memorial Building, 21 December 1925

Work or Bread, 5 April 1877