I did a bit of aerial photo comparisons and came up with the following as far as changes to the site, and the general area in inglewood, over the years.
In this case, the reddish areas are between around 1952 and 1972, and the blue areas are from 1972 to the present. Uncoloured areas are pre-1950's.
With the one area with the diagonally striped markings, the building above that section used to extend through that area, but an addition comprising
of the striped plus blue areas to the left were put in, its unknown if the old section was torn down to built that new section, or if it's inside the new section.
In this case the colouring is somewhat reversed, and includes the rest of the 'block'.
These structures in the foreground were torn down sometime between 1951 and 1972.
Both of these are from approx the same view. In historic photo, buildings to the right of the stack have been demolished, whereas buildings to the left are apparently
still intact underneath the metal siding.
Industries in East Calgary, looking East. Only the Brewery remains.
Helen Cross laying the cornerstone for the Brewery office building in 1907.
In 1956 she again participated in the dedication of the office extension.
Time capsule being placed in 1956, wonder if it's still there.
Calgary Brewing & Malting company logo on Brewery office
Old and new office sections
Old trading post cabins from circa 1870s, one on right is behind the Dean house in Inglewood today, one on left was moved to brewery site in the 1930s
One of the Brewery garden bridges, 1970s