Piecing Together Scotiabank’s History

Digital jigsaw puzzles featuring items from Scotiabank’s archives.

This selection of images has been curated to provide puzzlers a fun challenge while illustrating the diversity of Scotiabank’s collections. You can set the puzzle difficulty for each image and don’t forget to share your accomplishments with friends!

Presented by the Archives and Information Management Office and the Corporate History Program.

Front cover, Scotiabank Jamaica annual report, 1977

Featured on the cover, the Scotiabank Centre was opened in 1975 in Kingston, Jamaica.

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Postcard depicting the Banking Hall at 44 King Street, [195-]

For decades, Scotiabank installed a gigantic live Christmas tree in this space for the benefit customers, employees and visitors.

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Commemorative sticker used by The Bank of Nova Scotia during its centennial year, 1932


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Find out more, Commemorative sticker used by The Bank of Nova Scotia during its centennial year, 1932
The McLeod Young & Weir tartan

Traders from this firm wore jackets in this stand-out pattern on the stock exchange trading floor.  Founded in 1921, MYW lives on today as Scotia McLeod.

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Vestibule in the Havana Main branch, Cuba, ca. 1914

The Bank of Nova Scotia opened its first branch in Cuba in 1906.

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Find out more, Vestibule in the Havana Main branch, Cuba, ca. 1914
Interior of the 41st & Churchill branch, Vancouver, 1946

This photo was taken shortly after the branch opened in 1945.

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Find out more, Interior of the 41st & Churchill branch, Vancouver, 1946