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Public Works digital transfers

Consists of digital photographs, videos, and media produced by the City of Winnipeg Public Works Department that came on data DVDs, Video DVDs, and CDs. Digital content is about parks, open spaces, recreational spaces, the annual Communities in Bloom Program and other city services such as street cleaning.

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Assiniboine Park

Photos of Assiniboine Park, including the old Pavilion, English Gardens, Duck Pond, cricket players and the cricket pavilion, band stand, Boy with the Boot Statue, conservatory, bear enclosure, and other recreational activities.

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Parks and landmarks

Photos of Exhibition Park, Triangle Park, Old City Hall, New City Hall, the Horse Show Ampitheatre, and Portage and Main in Winnipeg. All of these parks and landmarks either do not exist anymore, or have changed significantly. Photocopies of Exhibition Park show where it was located between Selkirk, Jarvis, and McPhilips Streets and served as an entertainment event and industrial fair. It had a variety of circus activities, Ferris wheel, art, a stampede, games, and music for the public to enjoy from 1891 until the 1920s. Triangle Park, also known as Odeon Park, was previously located in the Exchange District. City Hall photographs depict the old "Gingerbread" City Hall and the City Hall that replaced it, as it is seen today. The Horse Show Ampitheatre is a copy of a postcard showing the exterior of the Ampitheatre. The last photo is an aerial photograph of Portage Avenue and Main Street with surrounding downtown area.

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Departmental work

Photos taken of parks, playgrounds, play structures, recreational spaces, and open green space around Winnipeg for projects and working activities of the Public Works Department and its predecessors.

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Special Jubilee Committee for Winnipeg's 50th anniversary

Records created by a Special Committee appointed to manage celebrations for Winnipeg's 50th Anniversary celebrations. In addition to correspondence with various businesses, organizations, and others, the series contains a scrapbook documenting the parade that took place on June 18, 1924, which includes photographs, newspaper clippings, and other material.

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