The early 20th century was time of great growth and change at the Canadian Lakehead. This book captures the spirit of that era with a series of photo essays compiled from the Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society's extensive collection of photos. Individual topics such as, the place, the people, culture and recreation, industry, the railways, and the harbour are preceded by short introductions that place them in their broader contexts, but the emphasis in on the photographs. Many are previously unpublished and provide a new insight into the communities with became the city of Thunder Bay.
11" x 8.5", 36 p.