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Libraries – Thomas Guignard photography

  • By Thomas Guignard
  • Based in Canada
  • Roughly 13 posts per year

Posts per year

Data for this chart is available in the table below
Posts per year
Year starting Posts
2022 14
2023 38
2024 1

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Most recent posts

Bibliothèque Centrale de Montréal
Building upon the legacy of subscription libraries and Mechanics’ Institutes, public libraries (as democratic, publicly-funded institutions) started appearing across North America towards the end of the 19th century. In the British colonies that would soon …
On , by Thomas Guignard, 1,354 words
De Petrus Vught
The St. Pieter catholic church in Vught, the Netherlands, was built between 1881 and 1884 to replace a straw-roofed 14th century chapel. Carl Weber, a prolific Dutch architect with German origins, departed from the Neo-Gothic …
On , by Thomas Guignard, 530 words
Kentville Library, Nova Scotia
The Windsor an Annapolis Railway establishing its offices in Kentville, Nova Scotia in 1864 brought economic and population growth to what had until then been a small rural community. In 1915, the Kentville Presbyterian congregation …
On , by Thomas Guignard, 568 words