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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Hotel / Brandon Inn (156 Ninth Street, Brandon)

A three-storey brick building at the intersection of Princess Avenue and Ninth Street in Brandon was designed by local architect William Nicholson Lailey and built in 1904. Closed in late 1990s, it reopened in 2005 under new ownership but ultimately closed and was demolished in May 2013.

A view of Ninth Street, looking north from Princess Avenue, with the Brandon Hotel at left

A view of Ninth Street, looking north from Princess Avenue, with the Brandon Hotel at left (no date)
Source: John Everitt Collection, S. J. McKee Archives, Brandon University, JCE-2295

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.84717, W99.95048
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: William Nicholson Lailey / Marcus O’Dean (1877-1937)

Called to the Bar: An Historical Geography of Beverage Rooms in Brandon, 1881-1966 by Doug Ramsey and John Everitt
Manitoba History, Number 56, October 2007


This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 9 October 2020

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