Subseries consists of portraits of the Mayors of Winnipeg. They are of various sizes, generally 30-50 inches by 30-50 inches. The portraits began to be painted in 1902 and were subsequently painted as each Mayor sat in office.The first 29 portraits were painted by V.A. Long. The rest were painting by various artists.
Subseries consists of press releases issued by the office of Mayor Stephen Juba and related documentation, including correspondence and proclamations (1956-1970). Not all of the press releases are final or official copies. A number of them are unsigned. Some draft copies and miscellaneous records on file.
The Mayor’s Office issued press releases as a means of distributing information to the media and the public. Press releases record announcements and statements on a range of topics, such as special occasions, current events, and city projects.
Subseries consists of proclamations issued by the office of Mayor Stephen Juba and related documentation, including correspondence and newspaper clippings (1958-1971). Not all of the proclamations are final or official copies, as many are unsigned and some only exist in draft form. Gordon Tucker created the design for proclamations released at this time.
The Mayor's Office issued proclamations to mark special events as well as to recognize and honour individuals, groups, organizations, industries, and achievements. Although the practice is ongoing, the issuing of proclamations no longer occurs on a regular basis.
Forms part of Fonds 1. Series consists of correspondence files from the Mayor's office for the years 1912-1971. Subject matters range from city services, city committees and departments, and matters relating to governance of the city, to cultural activities and groups, sporting events, animals, and a number of other subjects.
List of Power and Light Department employees displaced by the General Strike, sent from J.G. Glassco, Manager of Light and Power Department, to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, in response to a request from Council.
A letter from James Smith, Plumbing and Sewer Inspector, to C.J. Brown, City Clerk, in response to a request from Council, stating that no employees in his department were displaced by the General Strike.