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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

Portage and Main, looking west down Portage Avenue

Photograph of Portage Avenue looking west from the intersection at Main Street. Various shops and business are featured in buildings at Portage and Main that no longer exist, including the towering McArthur/Child's Building on the right. Photograph by Henry Kalen.

Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (Man.). Information Officer

North End Farmers' Market

Photograph shows the North End Farmer's Market (west side Main Street, north of Stella Avenue, looking west to King Street). Included in photograph: front entrance to market, automobiles parked on street, and North End Horse Exchange (523 King Street). Photograph likely taken from 919-921 Main Street by city employee.

North End Farmers' Market

Photograph shows the North End Farmer's Market, looking east across Main Street (northwest Main Street and Stella Avenue). Included in photograph: stalls filled with vegetables and people walking through the market, Aime Bicycle Shop, 909 Main Street, two-storey brick building (899-905 Main Street), and Norquay School.

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

City Hall and courtyard, facing Market Avenue

Photograph of the front side of Winnipeg's second City Hall, facing towards Market Avenue. Also featured in the photograph is the green space in front of City Hall, the Jubilee Fountain, the Volunteer Monument, businesses and store fronts on Market Avenue, and the McLaren and Cornwall Hotels in the distance. Photographed by Henry Kalen.

Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (Man.). Information Officer

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

Five street views

Page shows five street views of Winnipeg, ca. 1903: 1) Main Street from Commercial Club, 2) Elgin Avenue, 3) Geo. Velie, Wholesale Wines and Liquors, 4) William Avenue, looking west, and 5) Main Street, looking north from Portage Avenue.

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