Among Dartmouth’s attractions noted:
North of Park Avenue: North Ferry, St. Paul’s School, Stairs Memorial Church, Emmanuel Church, Park School and Victoria School, Dartmouth Common as well as Brightwood Golf course further down School Street.
In or near Austenville: St. Peter’s Church and St. Peter’s School, Carter’s Ice Office on Pine Street, Carters Ice Company Ltd lying on lake Banook with notes on Eastern Shore Highway Route 7 lying further down Waverly Road.
Downtown: CNR rail station at the bottom of Park Ave, the Dartmouth Ferry next to the N.S. Light and Power Dartmouth Division, Maritime Academy of Music between Queen and Ochterloney at what is now Alderney Drive. Halifax Shipyards Ltd and marine railways are seen at the present Kings Wharf, Jacobson Bros is on Portland, Salvation Army and Acadia Stores Ltd lie further towards Prince Albert. The Post office is at Queen and Wentworth with Harbour Exchange on the next block before Dundas. Grace United Church, the Town Hall and the Dartmouth Baptist Church are one on each block between King and Victoria, with Chirst Church across from the Town Hall on Ochterloney. Greenvale lies further up the street, listed as the high school.
South east of Prince Albert Road: Starr Manufacturing, Findlay School and Hawthorne School, St. James Church with Dartmouth Lumber Co. Ltd across the street, Bell Busses Ltd. shown at the site of the present Tim Hortons.
Along the Dartmouth shore: (Department of) Marine & Fisheries, the Nova Scotia Provincial Hospital, Acadia Sugar Refining Company Limited and Imperoyal. Silver Sands and Rainbow Haven are noted further down Eastern Passage Road.
“Halifax, Canada”, April 1937. J Bernard Dauphinee. https://archives.novascotia.ca/maps/archives/?ID=1494