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Members and Officials of the Council of the City of Winnipeg, 1875

Photograph shows William Nassau Kennedy, Mayor, Alderman John Cameron, Alderman Willoughby Clark, Alderman Matthew Davis, Alderman William Gomez Fonseca, Alderman John Hacket, Alderman Alexander Logan, Alderman Thomas Lusted, Alderman James McLenaghan, Alderman Alexander McMicken, Alderman Dugald Sinclair, Alderman Archibald Wright. D.B. Murray, Chief of Police, Capt. Thomas Scott, Chief Engineer, Fire Brigade, D.M. Walker, City Solicitor, A. MacArthur, Auditor, Col. John Kennedy, Assessor, Thomas Inglis, Architect of Market, A.M. Brown, City Clerk, James S. Ramsay, City Chamberlain, T.H. Parr, City Engineer, G.D. McVicar, Assessor, Colin F. Strang, Auditor, Henry Kirk, Messenger.

St. Boniface Council Minutes - May 30, 1919

Minutes of the May 30, 1919 meeting of St. Boniface City Council. During this meeting there was discussion regarding how to deal with civic employees who had gone out on strike alongside those in Winnipeg.

St. Boniface (Man.)

St. Boniface Council Minutes - June 9, 1919

Minutes of the June 9, 1919 meeting of St. Boniface City Council. During this meeting a delegation was received of returned soldiers led by R.E. Bray, one of the leaders of the Winnipeg General Strike, urging Council to rescind the ultimatum it had issued.

St. Boniface (Man.)

Report on Typhoid Fever in Winnipeg

File consists of report by Edwin O. Jordan on typhoid fever in Winnipeg. Read at City Council on February 20, 1905. The recommendations outlined in this report guided City decisions on matters related to public health, sanitation, sewers, and water supply.

Jordan, Edwin O.

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