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1950 flood photographs

Subseries consists of photographs collected and maintained by the City Engineering Department as a record of the 1950 flood. Photographs primarily document flooded areas in Winnipeg, showing street views, buildings, bridges, and other details related to the built environment. All photographs were taken by Harold K. White Studio.

Causeway on Sutherland

A photograph of three people walking down Sutherland Avenue, near a rock causeway, during the 1950 flood. A boat is in a flooded ditch next to a sandbag dike.

Harold K. White Studio

Higgins Avenue

A photograph of Higgins Avenue during the 1950 flood. A bridge over the swollen Red River can also be seen.

Harold K. White Studio

Flooding

A photograph of floodwater surrounding trees during the 1950 flood. A building protected by a sandbag dike is in the background.

Harold K. White Studio

Rover Street Sub Station

A photograph of the Rover Street hydro station, surrounded by water, during the 1950 flood. A group of people are walking on the sandbag dike that surrounds the building.

Harold K. White Studio

Main Street Bridge

A photograph of the Main Street Bridge during the 1950 flood in Winnipeg. The Hotel Fort Garry can be seen in the background.

Harold K. White Studio

Main Street

A photograph of floodwater and sandbag dikes outside 368 and 372 Main Street during the 1950 flood in Winnipeg.

Harold K. White Studio

Main Street

A photograph of floodwater and a pump outside the Royal Bank on Main Street during the 1950 flood in Winnipeg.

Harold K. White Studio

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