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Greater Winnipeg Water District Aqueduct (Winnipeg, Man.)
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Party in Tunnel under Red River

Contract 56 - Mile 3.5 - Red River Crossing - Chief Engineer William G. Chase, Mrs. R.D. (Harriet) Waugh, G.W.W.D. Commisioner Richard Deans Waugh, (possibly) Effie Waugh, and Division Engineer J. Armstrong at East Shaft

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Seine River to South of Crossing

Contract 55 - Mile 4.4 - Seine River south of aqueduct crossing location, looking southeast toward Boulevard Provencher. City of St. Boniface water tower visible above building in center of image.

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Seine River Crossing

Contract 55 - Mile 4.4 - Seine River north of aqueduct crossing location, looking northeast toward Canadian Northern Railway main line at left and Rue Notre Dame at right (pole line).

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View of hoist lowering 48-inch diameter pressure pipe into trench at Sta. 79+50 on Pacific Avenue, looking east toward Xante Street

Contract 65 - Mile 1.5 - View of hoist lowering 48 inch diameter pressure pipe into trench at Sta. 79+50 on Pacific Avenue, looking east toward Xante Street. Work progressed eastward from Alexander Avenue at Yeomans Street. Buildings of Western Packing

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GWWD Board of Administration Minutes, 1913-1916

Minutes of the Board of Administration of the Greater Winnipeg Water District from 1913-1916. Minutes record administrative decisions made, votes taken, and motions presented. The minutes are arranged by meeting date, but some minutes are accompanied by related correspondences from earlier or later dates, as well as documents recording specific motions, cards that record how members of the board voted, and shorthand notes. Some minutes are typed while others are handwritten. The minutes were originally bound, but have been removed from their binding and placed into folders. An index is included at the beginning, with subjects arranged alphabetically pointing to numbers that correspond to numbers in the left margin of the minutes. The index was designed to be used for the entirety of the minute book and therefore does not specify which individual meeting the numbers refer to.

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