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Scotia Rink

Two photographs of children playing hockey at the Scotia Rink outside the Northland Knitting Company building at 618 Arlington Street. The photographs are affixed to one side of a piece of construction paper that has two other photos on its reverse.

Scotia Rink

Four photographs affixed two to each side of a page of construction paper. The two photos on the first side depict children playing at the Scotia Rink, while those on the second depict children on a swing set and eating ice cream.

Skating on the Assiniboine Duck Pond

Photograph of park goers skating on the Assiniboine Duck Pond in winter, with the pavilion off in the distance. A description of the photo used for publication is recorded on a separate piece of paper. Photo's reverse is stamped by the Parks and Protection Division of the Metro Government.

Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg (Man.). Information Officer

Slides of musicians and venues

Colour and black and white slides depicting musicians and entertainment landmarks around Manitoba, many of which were featured in Owen Clark’s book “Musical Ghosts”.

Supervised skating rink

The second side of an album page with a photograph of a Parks Board supervised skating rink outside the Norhtland Knitting Company Building at 618 Arlington Street affixed.

Winnipeg (Man.). Parks and Recreation Department

Supervised skating rink

The first side of an album page with a photograph of a Parks Board supervised skating rink outside the Northland Knitting Company Building at 618 Arlington Street affixed.

Winnipeg (Man.). Parks and Recreation Department

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