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D. W. (Bud) Steuart

Detached from page 152 of Water Works Scrapbook. A photograph of City employee D. W. (Bud) Steuart. Likely worked for the Water Works Department at one point. This black and white photograph shows Steuart posing in a residential area at winter time. Inscription (on recto): "Bud". Caption: "D. W. Steuart, Entered Service 28 May 1911, Left Service June 5, 191[7], On Active Service for King & Country." Date of photograph is approximate, [ca. 1917].

Members and Officials of the Council of the City of Winnipeg, 1874

Photograph shows Francis Cornish, Mayor, Alderman James Ashdown, Alderman John Cameron, Alderman William Gomez Fonseca, Alderman John Higgins, Alderman Alexander Logan, Alderman James McLenaghan, Alderman John More, Alderman Robert Mulvey, Alderman Thomas Scott, Alderman Andrew Strang, Alderman Herbert Swinford, Alderman William Thibadeau, Alderman Archibald Wright. Mr. A.M. Brown, City Clerk, Lyster Hayward, Chamberlain, James S. Ramsay, Chamberlain, Henry (Harry) Kirk, Messenger, Alex Brown, Assessor, D. M. Walker, Solicitor, Colin F. Strang, Auditor, D.B. Murray, Chief of Police, Willoughby Clark, Assessor, (unreadable), Auditor, Thomas Parr, City Engineer.

Roll of Honour - City of Winnipeg Employees

View Transcription. The roll of honour is a painted list of names of City of Winnipeg Employees who served in the First World War. The list consists of 739 names, each stating what City department they were from, and each marked with a symbol beside them to indicate whether they were taken as a prisoner of war, wounded, killed, or decorated. The list is surrounded by a border of leaves that feature the coat of arms of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, as well as that of the City of Winnipeg in front of two flags: the Union Jack and the Canadian Red Ensign. Above the list is a painting of a battlefield scene.

McCormick, J.A.

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