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Letter from Superintendent of Water Works Operating Department to the Chairman and Committee of Civic Reception

A letter from the Superintendent of the Water Works Operating Department, Thomas H. Hooper, to the Chairman and Committee of Civic Reception. Letter is dated November 24, 1919 and makes reference to entertaining Imperial Troops returning to England from Siberia.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Legislation and Reception

Memo for His Worship Mayor F.E. Warriner

A memo for His Worship Mayor F.E. Warriner. Memo is dated 1937 and discusses the accomplishments of Winnipeg athletes Mrs. John A. Rogers (Muriel Bremner Rogers), Heather Leslie, and Mary Pitts.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Legislation and Reception

City Hall decorated for coronation

A photograph of City Hall decorated for the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth that took place on May 12, 1937. Sign reads, "LONG MAY THEY REIGN."

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Legislation and Reception

Communications

Forms part of Series 176. Subseries consists of Communications packfiles of the Committee on Public Utilities, as well as Communications records of the Committee on Utilities and Personnel which was formed in 1960 to perform the combined functions of the then former Committees on Public Utilities and Personnel and Legislation. Communications files contain letters sent and received, blueprints, and reports relating to city utilities and local improvements.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Utilities

Communications

Forms part of Series 179. Series consists of the communications packfiles of the Committee on Public Safety. Records include letters sent and received, plans, photographs, petitions, reports, printed copies of by-laws, and reports on transit routes.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Safety

List of applicants to Health Department

A letter from the Clerk of the Health Committee to J.H. Pearson, Chief Health Inspector, listing people who had applied for jobs after the General Strike had begun.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Health and Welfare

List of applicants to Health Department

A list of applicants for positions in the Health Department and the status of their employment after having signed their applications. Many either left quickly after starting or did not show up.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Health and Welfare

Report of the Division of Communicable Diseases for June, 1919

A report by the Health Department, Communicable Diseases Division for June, 1919, submitted to A.J. Douglas, Medical Health Officer. Statistics are listed for various diseases and the operational difficulties caused by the General Strike are addressed.

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Health and Welfare

Photographs tracking outbreak of typhoid

An album of photographs taken by the Public Health Department tracking the outbreak of typhoid from 1905 to 1908 (though at least 1 photograph is from 1909). Photos consist of box closets and the condition of residences .

Winnipeg (Man.). Committee on Public Health and Welfare

Winnipeg Housing Company Limited

Forms part of Series 11, Fonds 1. Subseries consists of minutes, communications, reports, speeches, incorporation papers, blueprints for a demonstration home, photographs of the demonstration home, and requests for information from citizens interested in city built homes. The records were created or received by Alderman R. A. Sara in his capacity as Secretary-Treasurer of the Winnipeg Housing Company Limited, a company created by the City to facilitate construction of low cost housing. The records are in chronological order (requests for information from citizens are in alphabetical order).

Winnipeg (Man.). Special Committee on Housing Conditions

Winnipeg Board of Parks and Recreation

Forms part of Fonds 1. The Winnipeg Board of Parks and Recreation was responsible for managing all public parks located in the City of Winnipeg. The Board had the power to employ appropriate staff; pass by-laws regarding the use, protection and governance of City parks; assess and levy rates to cover costs for park improvements; and to acquire, expropriate and dispose of land for park purposes. The Board was required to keep records regarding its decisions and financial transactions.

The minutes, by-laws, communications and reports of the Winnipeg Board of Parks and Recreation trace the development of public park space in Winnipeg.

The records consist of five sub-series:

Sub-Series 10:Minutes, 1893-1964

Sub-Series 11:Minutes, Standing and Special Committees, 1893-1964

Sub-Series 12:Communications, 1901-1931. Bound Letter Press volumes and loose correspondence

Sub-Series 13: Reports, 1892-1971

Sub-Series 14:By-Laws, 1928-1963

Winnipeg (Man.). Board of Parks and Recreation

Notice of strike to workers at City plant

A note sent by E.R. Cooper of the International Union of Steam and Operating Engineers to Benjamin Fratkin, foreman of the City Dairy Company, Ltd. plant, informing him that the Strike Committee has decided workers from said plant will be going on strike.

Winnipeg (Man.). Special Food Committee

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