November 27, 2022

Spring

Fredericton Guard House
History, Landmarks

Fredericton Guard House

Completing the group of Military Compound buildings, the Fredericton Guard House, a 1828 sandstone, wood and slate-roofed structure was designed by a Captain Graydon of the Military Engineers and housed various essential bureaucratic and security functions; including an orderly room…

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Fredericton’s Old Post Office Old Post Office on Queen Street in downtown Fredericton. Photo by Larry Dickinson.
Landmarks, History, Spring

Fredericton’s Old Post Office

Fredericton’s Old Post Office was designed by David Ewart, an architect for the Federal Department of Public Works, and was constructed between 1913 and 1916. This sandstone structure with large two-storey ionic insert columns, assuredly Fredericton’s finest Beaux-Arts style building,…

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St. Thomas University St. Thomas University in Fredericton. Photo by Larry Dickinson.
History, Landmarks

St. Thomas University

St. Thomas University (STU) is jointly a public and Roman Catholic liberal arts university located in Fredericton. It offers degrees exclusively at the undergraduate level for approximately 2,500 students in the liberal arts, humanities, journalism, education, and social work. The origin of St. Thomas University dates back…

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James L. Beverley House
Landmarks, History

James L. Beverley House

The front portion of the James L. Beverley House was originally built on the corner of Church and George Streets in Fredericton circa 1874 for Beverly, a book seller and stationer. In 1903 or 1904 the James L. Beverley House was moved…

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