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City of Winnipeg Archives Photograph collection Winnipeg (Man.). East Kildonan
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Aerial of 1974 Flood – Fraser’s Grove Park

Aerial photograph of the Red River during the 1974 Flood. The photograph faces southwest from Fraser’s Grove Park and Kildonan Drive in East Kildonan towards Scotia Street in the Seven Oaks area of West Kildonan. The photographs were taken by the Department of Environmental Planning.

Winnipeg (Man.). Department of Environmental Planning

Aerial of 1974 Flood – Red River between East and West Kildonan

Aerial photograph of the Red River during the 1974 Flood. The photograph faces northwest from around Helmsdale Avenue and Kildonan Drive in East Kildonan towards Scotia Street in the Seven Oaks area of West Kildonan across the river. The photographs were taken by the Department of Environmental Planning.

Winnipeg (Man.). Department of Environmental Planning

Aerial of 1974 Flood – Red River between North and West Kildonan

Aerial photograph of the Red River during the 1974 Flood. The photograph faces west from North Kildonan, where the Chief Peguis Trail now stands, across the river towards Kildonan Park and West Kildonan on the left, the North End Water Treatment Plant in the middle, and Old Kildonan on the right. The photographs were taken by the Department of Environmental Planning.

Winnipeg (Man.). Department of Environmental Planning

Arthur and Fred Landen photograph album – page 30

Page 30 of a photograph album created by brothers Arthur and Fred Landen of Hull, England. Page consists of 6 photographs taken by Fred Landen depicting, clockwise from top-left: A horse-drawn “speeder” sleigh in front of the Nares Building on Main Street and Lombard Avenue; a horse-drawn toboggan in front of the old post office on Main Street and McDermot Avenue; a workman’s house; children standing in winter clothes in a residential neighbourhood; Fred Landen sitting in wooded area, “The Grove” in “Kildonia” [Kildonan] - likely Fraser's Grove in East Kildonan; and a horse and buggy in a residential neighbourhood.

Landen, Frederick Cluett

Rossmere Shopping Centre panorama

View of Rossmere Shopping Centre, 1070 Henderson Highway, southwest corner Rowandale, 4.25 acres. From left to right: a garage or car wash, Red River Co-Op Store, Rossmere Lanes Bowling Alley, Library, Dry Cleaners, Co-operators Credit Union Society Limited, Rowandale Baptist Church, Rowandale Apartments, Red River Co-Op Gas Station. Consists of 3 separate photographs pasted together on cardboard to create a panorama. The cardboard is a scrap made from an old sign of the Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (visible on the reverse). The cardboard is numbered “2”, presumably as part of a compilation with other shopping centre panoramas.

Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (Man.). Planning Division

Northdale Shopping Centre panorama

View of Northdale Shopping Centre, 963 Henderson Highway, 7.65 acres. From left to right: Loblaws Groceteria, Zeller's County Fair, various shops, the Royal Bank, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, A & P Food Store, Lord Wolseley School. Consists of 3 separate photographs pasted together on cardboard to create a panorama. The cardboard is a scrap made from an old sign of the Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (visible on the reverse). The cardboard is numbered “1”, presumably as part of a compilation with other shopping centre panoramas.

Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (Man.). Planning Division

Clark’s Department Store at Highway 59 panorama

View of Clarks at Highway 59, southwest corner of Panet Road and Nairn Avenue, 8.5 acres. From left to right: B/A gas bar, Loblaws, Clarks Discount Store and Auto Centre, B/A gas bar, Kavanaugh's Hamburgers. Consists of 3 separate photographs pasted together on cardboard to create a panorama. The cardboard is a scrap made from an old sign of the Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (visible on the reverse). The cardboard is numbered “4”, presumably as part of a compilation with other shopping centre panoramas.

Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (Man.). Planning Division