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The Prince Edward Hotel evokes many memories for Brandon residents over the age of 40.

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This article was published 02/06/2012 (3947 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

The Prince Edward Hotel evokes many memories for Brandon residents over the age of 40.

Newcomers — and people too young to remember the hotel — may have more questions than they have tales to tell.

This page is a place to collect those memories or to answer those questions. Please chime in to the comments below. 

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June 2: The building of Brandon’s grandest hotel

June 9: Heyday of the hotel

June 16: Decline of a giant

June 23: Vacancy, debate and demolition

June 30: Scars left on a city

(Links will be updated as stories are published.)

Although the building is more than 30 years gone, there is a large amount of information about the Prince Edward Hotel still saved in Brandon. We’ve collected what we can in this series. The SJ McKee Archives at Brandon University, the Brandon General Museum and Archive, and the Daly House Museum have also been excellent resources.

But no one archive can contain the full history of a building. "If these walls could speak…"

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