Photograph shows the Industrial Bureau Exposition Building, also called the Board of Trade Building, at Main Street and Water Avenue (now William Stephenson Way). Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1915.
Photograph shows Winnipeg's second City Hall (1886-1962) with recruiting stand at lower left: 'Sign Up for Overseas. Volunteer Today, Tomorrow May be too Late.' - Likely taken shortly after the start of World War 1.
Photograph shows Notre Dame Avenue looking east from Kate Street toward Lindsay Building at 228 Notre Dame Avenue. Businesses appearing in photograph include Green Orchard Lunch, 551 Notre Dame Avenue, and B - A Service Station. Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1939.
The inside cover of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Wallace’s name is written on it, as is the date and place the photos were taken (April 1940 in Winnipeg). It is also written that the scrapbook is 10 pages (though there are only 9 pages with photographs).
Page 5 of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Photographs depict several acquaintenance of Wallace including two fellow soldiers, “Sonny” Robertson and Joseph “Fuss” McGrath, a Mrs. Penny, and a Frank Dowling and his family. See the general notes section for more details.