American Can Company, Pie-IX Boulevard, Montreal, 1996

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

The can company began life as a small building in 1901, then was enlarged significantly in 1923 and 1939. The factory was one of the first in Canada built of exposed, reinforced concrete, and was much stronger than brick structures.

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