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Laying of the cornerstone for Public Safety Building, November 30, 1965
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- Graphic material
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- Allan, Hugh
[after 2004] (Collection)
- Winnipeg (Man.). City Clerk's Department. Archives and Records Control Branch
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1 photograph : b&w, 8 x 10 inches
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For more information on Hugh Allan, see the Hugh Allan fonds at the University of Manitoba Archives and Special Collections.
Hugh Allan was born on May 14, 1917 in Cypress River, Manitoba, and eventually moved to Winnipeg, where he became a highly regarded photographer. Allan worked for many different employers, including Time Magazine and Maclean's, but he is most famous for his work with the Winnipeg Tribune, which employed him from 1950 to 1970. After leaving the Tribune, Allan worked as a freelance photographer. He passed away on May 30, 2004.
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Photograph taken at the laying of the cornerstone for the Public Safety Building, showing Mayor Juba, City Councillors, and other officials. Date of photograph is November 30, 1965.
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Original is located at the University of Manitoba Archives and Special Collections.
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Copyright: City of Winnipeg.
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Copyright: University of Manitoba. Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright regulations.