Halifax City Hall Opened 1890

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Photographs of
Halifax City Hall Opened 1890

Halifax Nova Scotia

GPS location: 44°38’56″N 63°34’31″W

Halifax City Hall

Photographed 10 December 2002

City of Halifax: mayors, 1841-1915
City of Halifax: mayors, 1841 – 1915

Photographed 10 December 2002

City of Halifax: mayors, deputy mayors, and controllers, 1913-1935
City of Halifax: mayors, deputy mayors, and controllers, 1913 – 1935

Photographed 10 December 2002

City of Halifax: mayors, 1915-1994
City of Halifax: mayors, 1915 – 1994

Photographed 10 December 2002

Halifax Regional Municipality: mayors, 1996-2002
Halifax Regional Municipality: mayors, 1996 – 2002

Photographed 10 December 2002

City of Halifax: deputy mayors, 1935-1969
City of Halifax: deputy mayors, 1935 – 1969

Photographed 10 December 2002

City of Halifax: deputy mayors, 1969-1996
City of Halifax: deputy mayors, 1969 – 1996

Photographed 10 December 2002

Halifax Regional Municipality: deputy mayors, 1996-2002
Halifax Regional Municipality: deputy mayors, 1996 – 2002

Photographed 10 December 2002

Halifax City Hall clocks and chimes

Photographed 18 July 2003

Halifax City Hall clocks and chimes 1997
Clocks and Chimes Plaque: upper half 1997 (above), lower half 1999 (below)
Clocks and Chimes Plaque 1999: Richard J. Matthews

Photographed 18 July 2003
“Muniments” means historic documents.

The Halifax Foundation installed chimes in the City
Hall tower to mark the 1995 G-7 Summit in Halifax.
In 1999, it placed two clock faces in the tower,
one permanently fixed at the exact moment,
9:04:35, of the 1917 Halifax Explosion.

Source: http://www.region.halifax.ns.ca/foundation/projects.html

Millennium Plaque: Old Dalhousie and the Grand Parade

Photographed 10 December 2002

Old Dalhousie College, 1820, Halifax City Hall

Photographed 10 December 2002

Grand Parade plaque in front of City Hall

Grand Parade plaque in front of City Hall

Photographed 18 July 2003

Halifax City Hall

Photographed 10 December 2002

Plate on mast, Grand Parade
Plate on mast, Grand Parade September 1947

Photographed 10 December 2002


Halifax Regional Municipality

http://www.region.halifax.ns.ca/


Halifax City Hall
by Mike Campbell
http://www.mikecampbell.net/cityhall.htm


Halifax City Hall

http://www.halifaxinfo.com/museums-galleries.php


History of St. Paul’s Church
the oldest Protestant place of worship
in Canada. Founded by proclamation of King GeorgeII in 1749…
http://www.stpaulshalifax.org/page7.html

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