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Interior of City Hall
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- Graphic material
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Dates of creation area
- Kalen, Henry
[after 2004] (Collection)
- Winnipeg (Man.). City Clerk's Department. Archives and Records Control Branch
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1 photograph : b&w, 5 x 4 in.
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Name of creator
For more information on Henry Kalen, see the Henry Kalen fonds at the University of Manitoba Archives and Special Collections.
Henry Kalen was born in Winnipeg on January 20, 1928. He attended the University of Manitoba and obtained a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1957. Kalen became a well known photographer, particularly for architecture firms, and eventually became a lecturer at the University of Manitoba. Kalen passed away in 2004.
Scope and content
Photograph shows interior of Winnipeg's second City Hall (1886-1962) with Council Chamber archways, King and Queen's portraits in view. - Stamp (on verso): Henry Kalen, Photographer, 236 Ness Avenue, Winnipeg 12, Canada, Ph. VE 2-0294.
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Original located at the University of Manitoba Archives and Special Collections.
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