North East Edmonton

Victoria Composite High School — 1949, 1953, c. 1963

Between 108 Avenue & Kingswayand between 101 Street & 103 Street Designed by: M.C. Dewar (1949), W.W. Butchart Cawsey & MacDonald (1953), Rule Wynn and Rule Architects (1963) Built by: Christensen & MacDonald (1949)Original Owner: Edmonton Public School Board Victoria Composite High

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Victoria Composite High School — 1949, 1953, c. 1963

Between 108 Avenue & Kingswayand between 101 Street & 103 Street Designed by: M.C. Dewar (1949), W.W. Butchart Cawsey & MacDonald (1953), Rule Wynn and Rule Architects (1963) Built by: Christensen & MacDonald (1949)Original Owner: Edmonton Public School Board Victoria Composite High

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Edmonton Public School Board — 1967

107 Avenue and 101 Street Designed by: Richards Berretti and Jelinek Architects and Engineers Original Owner: Edmonton Public School Board The Edmonton Public School Board Building (EPSB) along with The Edmonton Art Gallery and the University of Alberta Student Union

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Edmonton Public School Board — 1967

107 Avenue and 101 Street Designed by: Richards Berretti and Jelinek Architects and Engineers Original Owner: Edmonton Public School Board The Edmonton Public School Board Building (EPSB) along with The Edmonton Art Gallery and the University of Alberta Student Union

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Princess Elizabeth Apartments — 1955 – 1957

Princess Elizabeth Avenue between 102 and 103 Streets Designed by: Wallbridge and Imrie ArchitectsBuilt by: MacLab ConstructionOriginal Owner: MacLab Developments Princess Elizabeth Apartments provided economical housing to meet the huge post-war demand. The organization of attached row house buildings around

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Princess Elizabeth Apartments — 1955 – 1957

Princess Elizabeth Avenue between 102 and 103 Streets Designed by: Wallbridge and Imrie ArchitectsBuilt by: MacLab ConstructionOriginal Owner: MacLab Developments Princess Elizabeth Apartments provided economical housing to meet the huge post-war demand. The organization of attached row house buildings around

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Borden Park Swimming Pool and Bandshell — 1954

North of 112 Avenue between 73 Street and 79 Street Designed by: City Architect’s Office (R.F. Duke  & W. Pasternak)Original Owner: City of Edmonton In the early 20th century, as as many as 7000 were reported to congregate in Borden

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Borden Park Swimming Pool and Bandshell — 1954

North of 112 Avenue between 73 Street and 79 Street Designed by: City Architect’s Office (R.F. Duke  & W. Pasternak)Original Owner: City of Edmonton In the early 20th century, as as many as 7000 were reported to congregate in Borden

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Eastglen Composite High School — 1953

11430 68 Street Designed by: Rule Wynn and Rule ArchitectsBuilt by: Christensen and MacDonaldOriginal Owner: Edmonton Public School Board Eastglen Composite High School is located at the eastern edge of the Bellevue neighbourhood, which has existed since 1907 when it

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Eastglen Composite High School — 1953

11430 68 Street Designed by: Rule Wynn and Rule ArchitectsBuilt by: Christensen and MacDonaldOriginal Owner: Edmonton Public School Board Eastglen Composite High School is located at the eastern edge of the Bellevue neighbourhood, which has existed since 1907 when it

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