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Postcard shows Osborne Street bridge, looking north. Sign over bridge says, "Welcome to Winnipeg, The Electrical City. City Hydro, Owned and Operated by its Citizens". Date of postcard is approximate, ca. 1940.
Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1940.
Photograph collage of the 1932 Winnipeg Relief Works and Committee. Portraits of committee members are surrounding photographs of projects the committee had worked on. The committee members are, clockwise from top left: Alderman John Blumberg, Alderman H. Andrews, City Clerk Magnus Peterson, Alderman J.A. Barry, Alderman A.A. Ryley, Alderman W.B. Simpson, City Engineer W.P. Brereton, G.W. Northwood, Alderman E.D. Honeyman, Mayor Ralph Webb, Alderman J.A. McKerschar, A. MacNamara, Resident Engineer A.J. Taunton, Alderman L.F. Borrowman, and Alderman C.E. Simonite. The works projects showcased in the center are, clockwise from top left: the Main Street Bridge, the Norwood Bridge, the Assiniboine Park Bridge, the Winnipeg Auditorium, the Sargent Park Swimming Pool, and the Salter Street Bridge. Created by Robson Photo.
Date of postcard is uncertain, [before 1949].
Item consists of a postcard in printed format that shows the Osborne Street Bridge and the Manitoba Legislative Building. Motor vehicles and trolley shown crossing the bridge. Published by Valentine Edy Company, Limited, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Printed in Great Britain. Date of postcard is unknown.
A photograph of a parade on Osborne Street Bridge, taken 1935.
Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1914.