The Village of Pense was incorporated on Friday, March 4, 1904.
Labelled as North Railway Street, this post card is from the early 1900s and shows a portion of what we now know as North Front Street. It is unclear if the street names were changed or if the post card is mislabeled.
Although labeled as Main Street, this is what we now know as North Front Street. It is unclear if the post card is mislabeled or if the street names changed. Image is from the early 1900s.
The image above, of 210 Brunswick Street, is from a post card from the early 1900s. Originally a church, the building was lifted and turned into a beautiful home over the years. In the background we can see the home at 212 Brunswick Street.
The Town Hall, on current location, went up in flames in March of 1915. It was rebuilt on the same site later that same year.