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Old March 22nd, 2008, 12:27 AM   #1
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2120-2122 Gottingen St

I'm wondering if somebone can help me, I'm researching the building (now demolished) for a short school related film project, I know the address c.1965 was 2120-2122 Gottingen St and it was the Casino Theater owned by the Odeon company. I'm interested in any information or tips on researching buildings and their designers.

The building was errected in 1914 concievably by Andrew R Cobb, but through research I found that his works were focused around the South end mainly within the Dalhousie and Kings educational projects.

any leads would be usefull.

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Old March 24th, 2008, 03:30 AM   #2
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I'm wondering if somebone can help me, I'm researching the building (now demolished) for a short school related film project, I know the address c.1965 was 2120-2122 Gottingen St and it was the Casino Theater owned by the Odeon company. I'm interested in any information or tips on researching buildings and their designers.

The building was errected in 1914 concievably by Andrew R Cobb, but through research I found that his works were focused around the South end mainly within the Dalhousie and Kings educational projects.

any leads would be usefull.

cheers
Student Doc, I lived/worked at 2193 Gottingen St (Halifax Backpackers Hostel) from 04 to 06. I believe that building burned down 4 or 5 years ago. I had heard stories of a courtyard in the back and various businesses that were lost. I suggest you go to Alteregos, the café at HBH, and talk to one of the owners, Dave Eisnor or Michelle Strum. You could also go to the theatre next door and talk to the owner, Howard ??? Any one of them will probably be able to help you out or at least direct you to someone else who can.

Good luck!!
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