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Looking west into the Algoma Conservatory of Music waiting room. View from the door to the room. Big support beams in centre of room. Large window directly to the front. Teaching or office door open on the left of the photograph. Large table and chairs in the centre of the room.
Front entrance and hallway in the Conservatory. Rows of chairs on either side of the hall. Large double doors and windows on one end and stairs and wood detailed reception desk.
Heavy black metal door of a walk-in safe with a gold painted trim, and J. & J. Taylor, Toronto, Safe Works painted in gold below the combination lock and handle.
Two pianos and a piano bench side by side in a small room that has several big windows, wood panelling, wooden door frames and base boards, is painted burgundy and is carpeted.
Large wooden desk sitting in the middle of a wood panelled room, view is facing in the direction of the door. Large hand painted wall map is pictured on the right.
Photograph of the corner of Clergue's wall map. Partial longitude and latitude numbers visible as well as date it was drawn, 1901.
Close up of a hand painted map. Sault Ste. Marie and the Great Lakes and the North Channel are visible. Black lines represent railroads, squares represent shipping centres.
Colourful hand painted wall map of the Great Lakes, Quebec, Ontario, the Atlantic Ocean and north eastern United States, from 1901.
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