Prince of Wales College Building, 1930s

Prince of Wales College Building, 1930s <br>Carolyn McKillop Collection, City of Charlottetown Archives

Prince of Wales College Building, 1930s
Carolyn McKillop Collection, City of Charlottetown Archives

Fire completely destroyed the college in 1932. It was said to have been either electrical in nature or caused by a furnace fire. The Province immediately provided funding for the rebuilding of the college The Toronto architectural firm of Marani, Lawson and Morris were asked to design a brick edifice that still stands to this day as part of Holland College’s Prince of Wales campus. The photo was part of the Carolyn MacKillop Collection that was owned by her mother, Julia MacLean nee Ramsay, who stayed in Charlottetown while attending Prince of Wales College.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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