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4 views: 1) Legislative Building from Assiniboine River, Winnipeg, Manitoba 2) Law Courts Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 3) Daniel McIntyre Collegiate, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 4) C.N.R.Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Print shows four photographic images in Winnipeg. Starting in the top left corner and going clockwise, there is an image of the Manitoba Legislative Building, the Law Courts Building, the Canadian Northern Railway Station, and Daniel McIntyre Collegiate.
Photograph shows Winnipeg Auditorium and Parliament Buildings. Date of photograph is approximate, ca. 1940.
Print is a photographic image of the Winnipeg Auditorium, Legislative Building, Cenotaph, and the University Building.
Postcard shows Winnipeg's second city hall (1886-1962), Main Street and Parliament buildings.
Postcard shows Osborne Street bridge, looking north. Sign over bridge says, "Welcome to Winnipeg, The Electrical City. City Hydro, Owned and Operated by its Citizens". Date of postcard is approximate, ca. 1940.
Print is a photographic image of the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg. Date of print is uncertain, [193-?].