Photograph of "The Cove" Restaurant at 355 Portage Avenue, at Carlton Street. The photograph was taken from a building on Carlton Street looking southeast towards the Eaton's Building, Mitchell-Copp, Zeller's, and the Carlton Building.
Page 9 of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Photographs depict a street in Gladstone Manitoba, a trolley bus in Winnipeg on Kennedy Street (between Ellice and Qu'Appelle), and the Butler family, acquaintances of Wallace. See page three of this scrapbook for more details on the Butler family.
Page 6 of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Photographs depict the Pavilion in City Park (Assiniboine Park), the Legislature Building off in the distance down Memorial Boulevard, St. Ignatius Church at Corydon Avenue and Stafford Street, the Winnipeg Cenotaph, and acquaintenances of Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy and “Sister Sue”, and two people identified only as “Joan” and “Den”. See general notes section for more details.
Page 8 of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Photographs depict the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada near the Raleigh Apartments at Vaughan Street and Ellice Avenue, Memorial Boulevard (likely at Broadway, facing west with the Mall Hotel in the distance), a road outside Fort Osborne Barracks, and Corporal Wallace at the home of “The Dowlings” (likely on Beaverbrook Street).
Page 2 of a photograph scrapbook made by Corporal John Wallace in April 1940. Photos consist of Portage Avenue looking west from around Vaughn Street, a rail line at Portage Avenue and St. James Street, troops in formation, and Mrs. and Shirley Gardiner. See general notes section for more details.
A view of Portage Avenue looking west from Colony Street. The Hudson's Bay Company Building is featured prominantly and the Power Building is visible farther west. Playing "Young Mr. Lincoln", the Gaiety Theatre can be seen across the street with two poli
Photograph of a muddy Main Street in 1871, facing northeast to from around St. Mary Avenue. Featured on the photograph's right-hand side is Grace Methodist Church, located at Main Street and Water Avenue (now William Stephenson Way), which was opened on September 17 of that year.
Postcard shows a view of Main Street from Portage Avenue looking north. Published by Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto. Printed in Great Britain. Date of postcard is uncertain.