|Year Range to||1974|
|Year Range from||1922|
|Title||The Village Inn. Grimsby, Ontario, Canada|
|Scope & Content||
Unused postcard featuring a black and white photograph of the Village Inn.
The Village Inn was a well know social establishment where weddings, parties, dances, parties, and dining affairs took place.
The Village Inn opened post 1906 after being purchased by John Hewitt. It closed for a number of years during WWI and re-opened in 1921.The Village Inn was demolished in 1974 with the building of the Village Inn plaza. The Village Inn was located where is now known as the cornor of Main Street and Mountain Street facing Main Street.
Main Street was paved in 1922 and this postcard shows a paved Main Street with the the railroad tracks.
Duplicate of 2011.1.127 and x992.1.1
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