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1932 Relief Works and Committee Winnipeg

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.

Mayor Garnet Coulter hammering shut a wooden box containing film and projector from Winnipeg photographers relating to the 75th Anniversary Celebration of Winnipeg

The 75th Anniversary Celebration of Winnipeg dates to 1949. Photograph likely taken afterwards on January 3, 1951, and received at Mayor's Office on January 30, 1951. - Stamp (on verso): Photograph by Hugh Allan, Winnipeg Tribune, Staff Photographer.

Allan, Hugh

William Smaill Photo Album – Page 82

Captions read: Bruce, W.G. Chase, [?] H. Fuertes, Self, Sailman, Blanchard, Crawley, Richan - Walter, Bourne, Heywood, Miss Rust, Mrs. Waugh- Mrs. Blanchard, Miss Waugh, Mayor Waugh - Tennis court at Indian Bay - Bourne, Joe Nancy, Bell, Self.

Smaill, William

Mayoral Portraits

Subseries consists of portraits of the Mayors of Winnipeg. They are of various sizes, generally 30-50 inches by 30-50 inches. The portraits began to be painted in 1902 and were subsequently painted as each Mayor sat in office.The first 29 portraits were painted by V.A. Long. The rest were painting by various artists.

Winnipeg (Man.). Mayor's Office

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