A press release from the office of Mayor Stephen Juba regarding the establishment of the Citizen Centennial Committee for preparing celebrations for Canada Day, including a copy of the press release, a copy of telegrams sent to Prime Minister John Diefenbaker and then President-Elect John F. Kennedy, a copy of Kennedy's response, and a copy of Mayor Juba's second invite to President Kennedy. President Kennedy did not accept the invitation to participate in Winnipeg's Canada Day festivities.
A photograph of storefronts and advertisements on the north side of Lombard Avenue, between Rorie Street and Main Street. The photograph is part of small album containing photographs of maps tracking the outbreak of typhoid from 1905 to 1909 and other scenes. Item is loose and at back of album.
File consists of report by Edwin O. Jordan on typhoid fever in Winnipeg. Read at City Council on February 20, 1905. The recommendations outlined in this report guided City decisions on matters related to public health, sanitation, sewers, and water supply.
A report from J.H. Pearson, Chief Health Inspector, to the Health Committee on scavenging and crematory operations for May, 1919. It records ammounts of refuse removed and cremated, dollars spent, and other statistics. There is also a comparison to May, 1918.
Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Health and Welfare