Beaver Hall Square Reclaimed
Proposed reinstatement of the old Beaver Hall Square in Montréal, which had been truncated by the widening of boulevard René-Lévesques and no longer had visual identity as a result of other roadworks. Simple and inexpensive plan to reclaim 6,000 feet of asphalt presently used for cars, by planting trees and flowers and widening the sidewalks.
Materials in this project series were likely arranged by material type when they were first processed at the CCA. Textual records were likely kept in their original order.
Montréal Island of Montréal Québec Canada
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