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Lathey Swimming Pool under construction.

QC-196-1: Lathey Swimming Pool under construction. Pool located on Taylor Street between Lansdowne Avenue and Clarence Avenue. Three Sisters (houses) in background

QC-196-2: Distance view of the pool nearing completion, and nearby houses, including the "Three Sisters", on York Avenue.

Date: [1955?].

Photographer: CFQC Staff.

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Lathey Pool showing Fire Hall #3 and two of Three Sisters houses.

Date: [ca.1962].

Photographer: CFQC staff.

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Houses at 1908 and 1910 York Avenue.

Views of the houses at 1908 and 1910 York Avenue known as the two sisters. Originally there was a line of three houses. 1906 York Avenue was demolished. PH-HBS-30-4 and PH-HBS-30-5 show details.

Date: September and October 1977.

Photographer: Lisitza, James J.

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1908 York Avenue.

PH-87-242: 2 1/2 storey brick house, with full-width open porch, front gable roof, side dormer at 1908 York Avenue. One of the "Three sisters". Photo taken from street showing front and side of house

PH-87-243: two remaining houses of the original "Three Sisters" at 1908 and 1910 York Avenue. Houses partly obscured by trees as photo is taken from the street

PH-87-244: view from street of front of house at 1910 York Avenue, partly obscured by spruce trees in yard. 2 1/2 storey, front gable, brick house with side dormer built 1912. One of "Three Sisters"

Date: 1982.

Photographer: Imagery Photos.

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Facade of house.

Facade of house at 1910 York Avenue partially obscured by trees. Built by Seton Corneill Bens in 1912, house was one of group known as "Three Sisters"

Date: 1988.

Photographer: Saskatoon Real Estate Board.

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Winter view.

Winter view of 2 1/2 storey brick house at 1910 York Avenue. One of two remaining houses known as "Three Sisters", house facade is partially hidden by pine trees.

Date: 1989.

Photographer: Saskatoon Real Estate Board.

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Facade of one of Three Sisters.

Facade of one of Three Sisters at 1910 York Avenue. View shows rock garden in front of house.

Date: July 17, 1989.

Photographer: Saskatoon Real Estate Board.

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Facade of house.

One of two remaining houses known as "Three Sisters." Constructed in 1912 boom period, three houses remained isolated and outside city limits for over 40 years.

Date: 1990.

Photographer: Saskatoon Real Estate Board.

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