Kip Park:

An Inventory of his papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Lori Podolsky Nordland
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(August 2002)

Finding aid encoded by Lori Podolsky Nordland (August 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 149 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Elizabeth Dafoe Library Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2

Creator:
Kip Park

Title:
Kip Park fonds

Dates:
1904-1999; predominant 1980-1999

Quantity:
9 m of textural records -- 2898 photographs -- 893 negative strips -- 415 slides -- 2 photographic proof sheets -- 2 VHS tapes -- 3 Hi8 cassettes

Identification:
MSS 149

Language
English.

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Biography of Kip Park

Christopher “Kip” Park was born 31 July 1939, and died at the age of 59 years on 20 June 1999. Born to Eleanor and Halsey Park, he, along with his brother Michael, had lived in Winnipeg for much of his life. In 1972, he married Sylvia Mouflier. Together, Park and his wife have shared common interests in the environment and have worked side-by-side as communication specialists. His interests in film production and art culminated in receiving an international award for first place in the American Association for Conservation Information (1971), an award of merit from the Art Directors Club of Toronto (1973-74) and completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (1985).

He graduated from the University of Manitoba, first in 1968 with a Bachelor of Arts (honours) with majors in Urban Sociology and Urban Planning, then in 1985 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (ceramics). In addition to obtaining two Bachelor degrees, Park also received a certificate in Television Studio Production from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute Extension Department in 1968.

While attending the University of Manitoba in the late 1950s and early 1960s, Park was a member of the Glee Club and served on the University of Manitoba Students’ Union (UMSU). He received three awards in recognition of service as a Glee Club member in 1958 and 1960, and as Glee Club chairman in 1959. For his meritorious service to The Manitoban , Park was inducted into the “Ancient and Honourable Order of The Rubber Type with Coffee Bean Cluster” for both 1958-59 and 1959-60. In addition, he also served as the Public Relations Chairman for the university’s students’ union in 1962.

During his academic years, Park worked for both The Winnipeg Tribune and The Manitoban , the university’s campus newspaper. At The Winnipeg Tribune , he worked as the University of Manitoba campus correspondent, writing numerous articles between 1960 to approximately 1978. In 1959, Park began as a news reporter for The Manitoban . In the following year he was promoted to Executive Editor. He maintained this position for the 1960-61 school year, and afterwards, he wrote sporadic articles for the paper.

In 1965, Park left on his second overseas trip. While in Europe, he traveled to several countries including Scotland (1966), England, and Greece (1967) as well as visiting Japan in 1968. In addition to his travels, Park worked in London, England and Kerkyra-Corfu Islands, Greece. During his time abroad, he documented various cultural and historical landmarks in his slide collection. After living in Europe for two years, he returned home to Winnipeg in 1967.

At this time, Park began his career in radio and television obtaining employment as a producer at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, where he remained until 1969. He then accepted a position with Manitoba Department of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management as head and senior conservation education officer of the Public Education sector. In 1973, Park moved to Ottawa, Canada to become the manager of media relations for the Metric Commission of Canada. He continued to gain experience in the radio and television industry, coordinating national media campaigns to introduce Canadians to the new metric system. As well, he carried on researching, writing and editing numerous publications and reports for the Metric Commission of Canada. Park remained in Ottawa until 1976, when he returned to Winnipeg as a freelance journalist.

Aside from working as a journalist, Park was also a full-time writer and photographer. In addition to writing numerous articles, he wrote two unpublished manuscripts, one about the history of Winnipeg, and the other, an untitled novel. His photograph collections span the artistic to the professional fields, some of which have graced the covers of Canadian and American magazines, and many have been used to illustrate his articles. One of his more notable collections includes the photographs of the historical architectural buildings in Winnipeg. Although a number of photographs have been deposited at the Archives & Special Collections at the University of Manitoba Libraries, a series is also housed at the Western Canadian Pictorial Index in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

From 1976 until shortly before his death in 1999, Park wrote copious articles on housing, construction and energy technologies as well as Winnipeg heritage. His articles have appeared in a variety of national and international magazines such as Transportation Business , Heavy Construction News , Cottage Life , Harrowsmith and Fine Homebuilding . Additionally, some of his articles have been carried in national publications, such as his article “Sick-building Syndrome” which appeared in The Financial Post (30 November 1987). His main interest, however, has been researching and writing publications and feature articles highlighting the historical and architectural significance of Winnipeg (and Manitoba) heritage buildings and districts.

During this time period, he became a regular contributor to The Winnipeg Real Estate News (1982-1999) and The Manitoba Co-Operator . In addition, he worked from approximately 1982 to 1988 as the editor for The Home Report , a monthly publication of the Manitoba Home Builders’ Association. In researching and writing many of his articles, Park collected various newspaper and magazine clippings, and company/product brochures as source material which otherwise was unavailable. This resulted in a series of research files focusing on topics such as Winnipeg and Manitoba businesses, local economy, industry and technology, environmental issues as well as information on Manitoba heritage. As a result of his extensive research, his articles have covered many diverse topics for the home renovator and the local historian.

In 1984, he researched and wrote The Historic Winnipeg Restoration Area – An Illustrated Guide to Winnipeg’s Historic Warehouse District for Heritage Winnipeg. In the same year, he also wrote an 80th anniversary history for The Winnipeg Construction Association. Park also researched and wrote the 50th anniversary history of the Manitoba Home Builders’ Association in 1988. In 1994, he prepared a history of the St. Vital area, including a walking tour guide for the St. Vital Historical Society. He continued to work with Heritage Winnipeg to review and update the heritage resources of the city. This lead to other projects, and in 1988, together with Heritage Winnipeg and the South Osborne Historical Society, he introduced younger generations to a realm of Winnipeg’s past and heritage.

In 1976, Park, along with his wife Sylvia Mouflier, formed Write Works Inc., a home business. As communication specialists, they specialized in translating complex technical terms and concepts into readable and readily understood language for articles, newspapers, brochures, pamphlets and booklets. Together, they wrote, illustrated and produced product literature for Manitoba companies, as well as advising corporations and other clients on communications strategies. With hands-on experience in residential construction, including an understanding of the technical aspects and requirements of modern-day housing, they designed and produced brochures, news releases and promotional write-ups for ditech, Welclad and Kraft Construction.

Park’s “hands-on” experience in housing construction was gained when he rebuilt his cabin at Shoal Lake. His enthusiasm for the environmental conservation and energy efficient housing resulted in his ability to design his cabin using solar energy and environmentally consciousness technology. As a result, articles on the cabin have appeared in several magazines including Cottage Life .

During his professional career, Park was a member of the Winnipeg Free Press Club and participated in the Beer & Skits nights. He was invited to several media and press releases, such as the opening of the Imax Theatre and the construction of the new building at 400 St. Mary’s Avenue. The fonds, thus, contains pamphlets and other textual material acquired from media events.

Aside from Park’s journalists career, he enjoyed various aspects of the Arts. During his visit to Greece, he was introduced to the field of pottery making, and in due course, formalizing his training in the Fine Arts programme at the University of Manitoba in the 1980s. Many pieces of Park’s pottery currently grace the homes of friends and family. Park was also strongly interested in drawing and photography. Part of the Kip Park fonds contains black and white photographs from his photography course and of his cabin at Shoal Lake. Like his pottery, his line drawings have also been presented to a number of his friends and family. As well, the fonds contains a sample of his line drawings along with other artwork. In addition, Park and his wife, Sylvia, have enjoyed the ballet for several years, having been season ticket holders for opening night performances.

Kip Park described himself as a creative and imaginative writer, photographer and editor with nearly forty years experience in print, electronic and visual media. His achievements in film and print attest to his interest in heritage and his concern for environmental issues. His collection of papers will benefit future research in Winnipeg’s architectural heritage.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The fonds consists of material mainly relating to Kip Park’s writing career, created between 1976 and 1999. This includes correspondence, handwritten and typed notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, drafts, manuscripts, videocassettes, photographs and personal artwork.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 5 series.

  • A. PERSONAL, 1958-1998
  • B. PUBLICATIONS, 1983
  • C. MANUSCRIPTS, 1984
  • D. RESEARCH FILES, 1904-1999 predominant 1980-1999
  • E. MISCELLANEOUS RESEARCH FILES, 1913-1999 predominant 1980-1999

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Restrictions on Use

There are no restrictions on the material in this fonds. Researchers must abide by the relevant copyright legislation if they wish to use any material in any published form.

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Custodial History

The fonds was donated by Kip Park's wife Sylvia Mouflier to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

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Other Finding Aids

Photographic Collection PC 157

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Detailed Description of the Collection

A. PERSONAL 1958-1998
BoxFolder
1 i. Artwork 1974-1998
BoxFolder
21 ii. University course notes 1982-1983
BoxFolder
22 iii. Certificates, degrees, etc. 1948-1987

( College of Lifemanship and R-2000 certificates are located in Box 1.)

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B. PUBLICATIONS 1983
BoxFolder
23 Publications 1983

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C. MANUSCRIPTS [between 197- and 199-]
BoxFolder
24 i. Fiction [between 197- and 199-]
ii. History of Winnipeg 1984
BoxFolder
25 Chapter One
6 Chapter Two
7 Chapter Three
8 Chapter Four
9 Chapter Six
10 Chapter Seven
11 Chapter Nine
12 Chapter Seven
13 Interview with Bud Malcom (1984)
BoxFolder
214 iii. Miscellaneous Typescript [198-]
BoxFolder
31 iv. Winnnipeg Construction Association History 1984

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D. RESEARCH FILES 1904-1999 predominant 1980-1999

* contains draft, typescript and/or published manuscripts

+ contains photographs, slides and/or architectural drawings

i. Manitoba business and companies 1968-1999
BoxFolder
32 ABI Biotech 1990-92, 1994-95
3 A + S Homes 1993
4 Acrylon Plastics 1994, 1998
5 Aerotech 1992-93
6 Agri-tech 1993
7 Alumax Shelter 1988-89
8 APOTEX 1991-93, 1997
9 Aquaculture Inds 1991
10 Aging & Rehabilitation Product Centre (ARCOR) 1988-89, 1993, 1995
11 Arctic Ice 1998-99
12 Bachman & Assocs
13 Bay Bronze* 1979
14 Bearing Supply* 1990-91
15 Bio-Solution 1993
16 Boeing+ 1989-1994
17 Bristol 1989-1993, 1996
18 Canadian Bronze* 1988, 1991
19 Canadian Council for Native Business 1990
20 CDN Environmental Technology Advancement Corp CETAC 1994
BoxFolder
21 Canola Council of Canada 1992
BoxFolder
322 Cargill 1991
23 Carriage Doors* 1990
24 Cremcreast* 1990-91, 1994
25 Concrete Restoration Services
26 Coldstream/Contintental Public Relations 1986
27 Construction Manitoba 1991
28 Corporate Health Works
29 Delbro Real Estate 1988, 1990
30 Digital Chameleon* 1993-95, 1997
31 Dominion Construction 1996
32 Dow Corning 1988-1990, 1996
33 Duron Western* 1988
34 Elders Aqua Farms 1990
35 Enviro-Oil* 1993, 1998
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41 Federal Industries 1987-1994
2 Federal Pioneer 1992
3 Fiat Products LTD 1990, 1992
4 Flair Homes 1986-88, 1990
5 Flair Idea Home 1988
6 Flax Council of Canada* 1989-1991, 1993
7 D. W. Friesen Altona 1994-95
8 G.E. Aerospace 1991
9 Gardewine North 1990
10 Geremia-Blackie Architects
11 Ghermezian 1989
12 HBM & S 1980, 1982, 1985, 1988-1991, 1993
13 Heli-Fab 1988-89, 1991-92
14 Hi-Therm
15 Hughes Aircraft 1989-1990
16 I.D. Group 1990, 1992
17 INCO 1988, 1990, 1992
18 ISM Information 1992
19 Industrial Technology Centre* 1988-89
20 Inovatec 1991, 1994, 1996, 1998
21 Inventronics 1990-91
22 Ironwood Tool & Grinding 1989
23 Isoboard*+ 1995-98
24 Ernie Keller Construction 1989
25 Kitchen Craft 1992
26 Kleysen Trnsprt* 1987, 1989-1994, 1996-98
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51 Kona Group 1990-91
2 Kraft Construction* 1990-91
3 Lafarge 1994
4 Loewen Windows* 1987-88, 1990-91, 1993-95
5 Manitoba Companies (Misc) 1988-1992
6 Manitoba Trucking Assoc* 1982, 1990
7 Maple Leaf 1998
8 Mind Computers 1990-93
9 Monarch Industries* 1986, 1990, 1993
10 Monsanto 1991, 1999
11 Motor Transport Board* 1989
12 NRS Block Bros* 1990-92
13 National Cutting & Coring*+ 1987-88, 1990
14 Neg-Ions 1990
15 Nemco 1993
16 New Flyer Industries 1990, 1994
17 North West Co. 1990-96
18 Novopharm Biotech 1992, 1998
19 Oil Patch 1990, 1992
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61 Omniglass 1992
2 Pace Greentree
3 Palliser Furniture 1990-95, 1999
4 A. K. Penner & Sons* 1987, 1989-1990
5 Pollard Banknote 1990, 1995, 1997
6 Prairie Equipment 1968
7 Precise-to-form Casting 1989
8 CMHC Deterioration of Parking Structures 1986
9 Parking Structure Deterioration 1984
10 Qualico
11 Randall Homes
12 Reimer Express 1987, 1990-92, 1997
13 Repap 1991-93
14 Rolly’s Transfer 1991
15 Rooke, Wally 1988
16 Royal Trust 1991-92
17 Royal LePage Survey of Canadian House Prices 1988
18 Royal LePage Survey of Canadian House Prices 1987
19 Royal LePage Survey of Canadian House Prices* 1987
20 STC 1997
Safeway 1989
22 Shelter Corp 1993-94
23 Smith Carter* 1987
24 Standard Aerospace 1990, 1992-93
25 Standard Knitting 1991
26 Stephenson Equip 1994
27 Sundek* 1975, 1982, 1987
28 Today’s Trucking* 1989
29 Track Truck 1986-87
30 Transport Institute 1988-1991
31 Transportation Business* 1989-1990
32 Trimel 1991
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71 Triple E 1989-1991
2 Triple S 1989-1991
3 Ubitrex* 1991-92
4 UMA Engineering 1986, 1988, 1992
5 UNIES Furnace Study* 1988-89
6 UNYSIS 1990-91
7 United Parcel Service 1991
8 Unitel 1994
9 Unlimited Mobility 1990
10 Vadeko International Plane Paint Plant 1988
11 Versatile Farm Equipment 1984, 1987-1993
12 Vita Health 1994, 1997
13 Wardrop Engineering 1988
14 Welclad 1989-1991
15 Western Star 1989
16 Willmar Windows* 1994-98
17 Winpak 1993, 1995, 1997-98
18 Commercial & Industrial Real Estate Winnipeg 1989, 1992
19 West-Can Inspection Limited
20 Directory of Manitoba Building Products, Manufacturers and Related Expertise 1990
ii. Manitoba economy/industry/places (towns, etc.)/heritage 1966-1999
BoxFolder
721 Aerospace Industry 1989-1992
22 Aging 1990
23 Agriculture 1990, 1992
24 Altona 1994-95, 1997
25 Animals – Exotic & Birds 1995-96
BoxFolder
81 Arborg 1994
2 Architects+ 1989
3 Aquaculture 1992
4 Austin 1995
5 Baldur 1996
6 Balmoral 1997
7 Beasejour 1991
8 Birtle 1998
9 Bissett 1997
10 BIZ 1989-1992
11 Boissevain 1992-93
12 Brandon* 1990-91, 1993, 1995-99
13 Brandon University* 1996-98
14 Building Products 1989-1991
15 Carberry Sand Hills 1994, 1998
16 Carmen, Man 1989, 1990, 1992
17 Cedar Lake 1997
18 Churchill* 1991-99
19 Conawapa 1997
20 Cook’s Creek 1993
21 Cottage Life* 1991, 1995
22 Darlingford 1998
23 Data Processing 1990
24 Dauphin 1993, 1998
25 Deloraine 1998
26 Delta Marsh 1994, 1998
27 Dugald 1997-98
28 Dunara 1993
29 Eastman 1990
30 1990 1991-92
31 Economy – Man 93 1992-96, 1998
32 Economy – Winnipeg* 1989-1993, 1995-98
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91 Elie 1996-98
2 Elm Creek 1996
3 Emerson 1995
4 Empire Sheet Metal 1994
5 Environment & Business 1991-92, 1994
6 Federal Cabinet (Announcements) 1997
7 Fine Homebuilding* 1992, 1994-95
8 Fishery 1991
9 Flin Flon 1998
10 Forestry 1991, 1996
11 Gardenton 1996
12 Garson, Man* 1990, 1994-95, 1998
13 Gimli 1991, 1994-96, 1998-99
14 Grain Elevators 1996
15 Grand Beach 1989, 1997
16 Gull Lake 1994
17 Habitat for Humanity* 1991-96
18 Happy Harry 1993
19 Hazardous Waste Disposal 1991
20 Headingly* 1995, 1997-99
21 Health Care – Man 1989-1992, 1994
22 Hecla Island 1993-94, 1997
23 Heritage Farm 1988, 1990, 1994
24 Highways – Man 1990-92
25 National Highway Policy for Canada 1988
26 Home Smart 1990
27 Infrastructure – decline 1991-92, 1996
28 Inglis 1996, 1998
29 Interlake* 1990, 1993-94, 1996, 1998
30 Isis 1994-98
BoxFolder
101 Kennedy House – St. Andrews 1995
2 Killarney 1995
3 Lac du Bonnet [198-]
4 Lauder 1996, 1998
5 Leaf Rapids 1996
6 Lake Winnipeg* 1977, 1991-94, 1996-98
7 Lockport*+ 1984, 199195, 1998
8 Long Point Bird Observatory 1992, 1994
9 Manitoba – Budgets 1991
10 Manitoba – Cabinet 1987-1993
11 Manitoba – general heritage* 1994, 1999
12 Manitoba – southwest 1990, 1994
13 Manitou 1994
14 Morden 1991-92, 1994, 1996
15 Morris 1991
16 Movers & Shakers 1989-1990
17 NRG
18 Narcisse 1997
19 Neepawa 1995
20 New Holland 1996
21 Non-toxic pest control 1976, 1986-87, 1989
22 Norman 1990
23 Norway House 1995
24 Nutimik Lake 1998
25 Oak Hammock*+ 1994-95, 1998
26 Oil Activity Review 1993
27 Parkades 1991
28 The Pas 1996
29 Pembina Valley* 1987, 1990-91
30 Pilot Mound 1999
BoxFolder
111 Pinawa 1966, 1986, 1990, 1992-99
2 Pine Falls 1991-93, 1996
3 Plastics (Man) 1993
4 Pollution 1991
5 Portage la Prairie 1982, 1990-93, 1995, 1997-98
6 Pendiville Inds 1994
7 Recycling* 1990, 1992-93
8 River Rd – St. Andrews 1996
9 Rivers, Man 1995
10 Roland 1993
11 Rossburn 1998
12 Russell 1994
13 St. Agathe 1995
14 St. Charles 1996
15 St. Clements, RM 1990
16 St. Francois-Xavier 1995, 1997
17 St. Pierre 1998
18 Selkirk 1985, 1988, 1990-91, 1993-94, 1997-98
19 Sifton 1993
20 Souris 1996, 1998
21 Sprague 1994
22 Steinbach 1988-1996, 1998
23 Stonewall 1985, 1988, 1990-91, 1993, 1995, 1997-98
24 Stoney Mountain 1996
25 Thompson 1991, 1998
26 Trails 1997-98
27 Transportation 1990, 1995, 1997
28 Tritium 1987-89
29 Trucking 1996
30 Virden 1998
BoxFolder
121 Western Diversification Fund 1988-1993, 1995
2 Westsun Films 1998
3 Whiteshell 1991, 1996-97
4 Winkler 1990-91, 1993, 1997
5 Winnipeg Beach 1995-96
6 Habitation 1988
iii. Manitoba home industry/environment (geology, animals, industry, health)/industry 1976-1999
BoxFolder
127 Air Conditioning 1988-89, 1991-92
8 Air Quality 1991-93, 1996
9 Air Sealing 1987, 1995
10 All-Fab
11 Allergies 1987, 1990-96
12 Amber 1996
13 American Bungalow 1992-93
14 Animal Pests 1990, 1998
15 Bats* 1993-96, 1999
16 Bees & Honey 1997
17 Birding*+ 1993-97, 1999
18 Buying a new home 1988-87, 1990-91
19 Butterflies 1996
20 CDN Assoc of Home Inspectors 1993
21 Carbon Monoxide 1993-95, 1997-98
22 Central Vacs
23 Chimney Fires – etc. 1990, 1996
24 Christmas* 1996-97
25 Clivus Toilet* 1995
26 Color 1991
27 Computers – in housing/construction+ 1987-89, 1993
BoxFolder
131 Compost* 1991-95
2 Composting toilets 1994
3 Concrete* 1980, 1982-83, 1987-89, 1990-91, 1992, 1994, 1998
4 Concrete construction 1992
5 Condominiums 1986-89
6 Condo Cubes 1988
7 Corian
8 Cottages 1990
9 Cottage Life* 1991, 1998
10 Cottager* 1992-93
11 Decks+ 1990-91
12 Deer 1998
13 Docks* 1987
14 Domestic Hot Water 1995
15 Drapery 1990
16 Driveways 1994
17 Dutch Elm Disease* 1991-98
18 Elk farming 1995-97
19 Energy conservation – general 1990-91, 1993
20 Environmentally friendly 1993-95
21 Environmental illness 1981-87, 1990-92
22 Fencing 1993, 1995
23 Fire Safety 1987, 1990-95, 1997
24 Fish Flies 1992-93
25 Fishing – urban 1996, 1998
26 Flooring – wood 1994
27 Foundations 1982, 1985, 1988-1990, 1993, 1997
28 Furnaces 1983, 1987-88, 1992, 1996
BoxFolder
141 Graffiti 1999
2 Ground source heat pumps 1988-89
3 Halloween 1996
4 Hazardous waste 1988
5 Health indoors 1995
6 Heat – pumps 1986, 1989-1990
7 Heat recovery ventilators 1987
8 Heating 1987-88, 1992-93, 1996
9 Heating – radiant
10 Hemp 1998
11 Herbs* 1997-98
12 Hiring a contractor 1993
13 Housing – design trends 1994, 1998
14 Housing – history 1993
15 Hydrodemolition 1985
16 Idea House* 1991-92
17 Pollution ad Teacher Health 1987-88
18 Indoor air quality* 1978, 1980, 1985-1992, 1994-98
19 Insulation 1987-88, 1993-94
20 Kitchen 1985-88, 1994-95
BoxFolder
151 Landscaping* 1992-98
2 Lawius 1988-1995
3 Lead 1990-95, 1997
4 Lighting 1988, 1990, 1993, 1998
5 Loosestrife 1993-96
6 Lumber 1989
7 Maintenance – general 1990-94
8 Manitoba Co-op Columns 1998-* 1998-99
9 Man Renovation Contractors* 1991-93
10 Maple Syrup* 1995-97
11 Methanol 1990
12 Mirrors 1991
13 Mining/minerals 1980, 182-83, 1985-86, 1988-1994, 1997-98
14 Mosquitoes 1991-93
15 Mould 1994
16 Mushrooms 1996
17 NASCOR+ 1988, 1994
18 New home warranty program 1987-88, 1991-92
19 Outages – power – gas 1993
20 Owls 1996-97
21 Ozone 1993
22 Panel systems 1987
23 Parallam 1988
24 Pests 1995
25 Photovoltaics 1987-1991, 1993, 1997
BoxFolder
161 Pig roast 1995
2 Pigeons 1995
3 Power smart 1994
4 Prairie Canada Carvers Assoc* 1992-93
5 Prairie habitats* 1987, 1991-93, 1995-96, 1998
6 Pride Builders – logs
7 Propane 1988-1993, 1996
8 Prospecting 1991, 1993-94
9 Radon – 1990 1986, 1988-1991, 1994
10 Recycling* 1990-93
11 Recycling – tires 1987, 1990, 1993
12 Renovation – hazards 1981, 1986-88, 1993
13 Whitetopping 1985-87, 1989
14 Roller Compacted Concrete 1986-88
15 Roofing 1988
16 Roto Rooter 1993
17 R-2000 1994 1994-95
18 R-2000 1991 1991-92, 1996
BoxFolder
171 Radon* 1980, 1984-89, 1991-94
2 Safety in the home 1986-88, 1990, 1997
3 Sawmills 1996
4 Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) 1991-93
5 Security* 1983-85, 1987-1994, 1996, 1998
6 Siding 1988, 1990
7 Skylights 1989
8 Smart house* 1986-1991
9 Solar 1986-89
10 Solar hot water 1985, 1987
11 Solar solutions* 1992-93
BoxFolder
181 South wall 1991-93
2 Stained glass 1991
3 Staircases 1993
4 Statistics – general 1976, 1981-82, 1985-87, 1990
5 Straw 1995, 1997
6 Stressed skin systems+ 1987-88
7 Sunspaces 1988, 1991
8 Swimming pools* 1988, 1996
9 Termites 1988-1990
10 Theft & vandalism 1987
11 Tiles 1987-88
12 Training 1987-88
13 Trees* 1994-98
14 Truss uplift 1985, 1987
15 Urban design 1985-86
16 Urban Forests Assoc* 1993, 1995
17 Urban wildlife 1994, 1997
18 Ventilation 1985, 1987-89
19 Ike Warkentin’s R-2000 home* 1985, 1987
20 Water conservation/quality 1989, 1992-94, 1996
21 Wind power* 1993, 1998
BoxFolder
191 Windows 1987, 1990-94
2 Windows – ventilator – laminator 1989
3 Wind generators
4 Winterizing 1988, 1995-96
5 Wood basement 1988
6 Co-op Columns 1999
7 Portage housing*+ 1986-89, 1991
8 Imax+ 1991, 1994
9 Imax 2
10 Imax 3+ 1983, 1985-88
iv. Winnipeg streets/buildings/parks/personality, etc. 1904-1999
BoxFolder
1911 Academy Rd 1985, 1990, 1995, 1997
12 Academy Rd Uptown* 1985-86, 1994, 1998
13 88 Adelaide St. 1987
14 Advanced home* 1990-92
15 Royal Albert Arms
16 61-65 Albert St. Hammond Bldg.* 1980, 1983
17 Albert St. Sures Bldg. 1985
18 91 Albert St. 1990
BoxFolder
201 Ukrainian Cultural Centre 184 Alexander 1995-97
2 827 Alverstone 1998
3 21 Amy Steam Plant 1989, 1999
4 135 Anderson St. John’s Cathedral 1990, 1995
5 Aquarium 1990
6 Arena debate 92* 1991-96, 1998
7 Arlington St. Bridge 1993
8 Armstrong Point* 1962, 1985, 1991, 1993
9 Architectural Influences in Winnipeg’s Warehouse District* 1983
10 Louis Sullivan and the Art Nouveau* 1983
11 Architectural Influences in Winnipeg’s Warehouse District* 1982
12 100 Arthur Artspace*+ 1984, 1986-88, 1996
13 Assiniboine Downs 1995
14 Assiniboine Park history & development 1972
15 Parks & Recreation (C. Macdonald) 1993
16 Assiniboine Park* 1988, 1991-99
BoxFolder
211 Pavilion* 1997-98
2 270 Assiniboine Ave Guertin Paint 1987-89
3 Kerr House 351 Assiniboine Ave formerly 453 Qu’Appelle Ave* 1986, 1996
4 390 Assiniboine Dubrovnik’s* 1994, 1996
5 Assiniboine Forest 1990
6 Assiniboine River* 1993-98
7 Atlantic Ave 1993
8 Ball Park 1997-98
9 51 Balmoral St. 1995
10 115 Bannatyne Brokerage 1986, 1993
11 123 Bannatyne Ave Marshall Wells 1988
12 137 Bannatyne Ave Swiss Bldg. 1987, 1997
13 167 Bannatyne Ashdown Warehouse*+ 1983-1991, 1996
14 232 Bell Ave 1987-88
15 Bergen, Martin 1994-96
16 Bird’s Hill* 1990-91
17 Bishop Grandin Blvd 1990, 1994
18 Bonnycastle, R. H. G. 1988, 1990
19 Fort Garry Hotel 222 Broadway*+ 1984, 1987-1997
20 Broadway Greyhound Bus Site 1989
21 Broadway Ave Union Centre 1989
22 280 Broadway 1987, 1989-1991
23 325 Broadway 1994
24 396 Broadway St. Stephen’s 1984
25 Legislature Broadway* 1904, 1915, 1939, 1986, 1988-89, 1991, 1991-97
26 Broadway Law Covers* 1976, 1983, 1985-88
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221 545 Broadway Klinic 1991, 1993, 1998-99
2 Broadway & Furby Young United Church 1987-89, 1991-95, 1998
3 405 Burrows 1995
4 1275 Burrows Fred Douglas lodge 1996
5 Institute of Urban Studies 1989-1994
6 Institute of Urban Studies newsletter 1984-89
7 Sustainable Cities 1993-94
8 Institute of Urban Studies publications in print 1985-87
9 Urban History Review 1983
10 Shaping Tomorrow (A. Artibise) 1983
11 Winnipeg 2000 (L. Newman) 1984
12 Downtown and Regional Shopping Centre Retailing in Winnipeg (A. Honigman et al.) 1985
13 Housing in Manitoba (D. Lyon and T. Carter) 1986
14 Miscellaneous research – Institute of Urban Studies 1984
15 Property Assessment* 1984, 1987-88
16 Dalnavert 61 Carleton St.+ 1980, 184-85, 1988, 1990-92, 1994-95, 1998
17 300 Carlton St. Free Press 1987, 1991, 1993, 1996-98
18 50 Cass Caron Homestead 1995
19 190 Cathedrale St. Boniface Cathedral 1993, 1996
20 321 Ave de la Cathdrale Aademic St. Joseph 1999
21 Central Park 1990, 1997
BoxFolder
231 Centre Plan ’93 1993-95, 1997
2 Charleswood 1991, 1993-94, 1996
3 Charleswood Corridor* 1987-1995, 1997
4 Chinatown 1985-88, 1990, 1997
5 Churchill Dr. Wpg Paddling Club 1998
6 Citizen Hall of Fame 1993
7 Earl Grey School 340 Cockburn 1991
8 494 College Ave 1996
9 198 Colony St 1987-88
10 Conway St Air Force Heritage Park 1993
11 Core 1992 1992-94, 1997-98
12 Core III 1993-94, 1997
13 99 Cornish Misericordia 1996, 1998-99
14 Corydon Ave 1989-1996
15 782 Corydon 1993
16 1170 Corydon Crescentwood Community Club 1995
17 Crescentwood* 1990, 1992-94
18 329 Cumberland 1993
19 Cumberland Waddell Fountain 1994
20 344 Cumberland 1986
21 Dafoe Rd 1993
22 375 Deschambault 1996-98
23 490 Des Meurons 1946, 1997
24 151 Despins Grey Nuns 1996
25 Disraeli 1992
26 Domain Marius-Benoist 1987-88
27 161 Donald St Sheraton Hotel+ 1985, 1992-94
28 234 Donald St Eaton Place 1988, 1991, 1994, 1998
29 Centennial Library 251 Donald 1997-98
30 285 Donald Metropolitan Theatre* 1987-1991, 1993-94, 1996-97
BoxFolder
241 313 Donald Capitol Theatre 1990, 1994-96
2 335 Donald St Mother Tucker’s Masonic Temple 1994
3 Donald St Canada Bldg 1988
4 1055 Dorchester Fire Hall 1986, 1992-93
5 Downtown BIZ 1993-95, 1997-99
6 Downtown Civic Campus 1988, 1995
7 47 Dunkirk Wpg. Canoe Club* 1947, 1991-96
8 69 Eastgate Bain House*+ 1983-84, 1989, 1998
9 89 Eastgate 1997
10 147 Eastgate 1986
11 East Kildonan (general) 1993
12 26 Edmonton St 1992
13 400 Edmonton Knox United Church 1998-99
14 414 Edmonton 1998
15 454 Edmonton 1998
16 425 Elgin 1996
17 Scandinavian Mission Centre 268 Ellen St 1992
18 Ellice Ave+ 1985-87, 1989
19 367 Ellice Ave Brittany Inn 1989, 1991, 1994
20 Ellice Ave National Research Council 1985-1993
21 ISM Data Ellice Ave 1992
22 Elm Park* 1982, 1988, 1993, 1995-96
23 Elmwood 1996
24 Emily St Parking Structure* 1991-92
25 695 Empress 1998
26 99 Euclid Ave 1986, 1991-93
27 Exchange 97 1996-99
28 Historic Winnipeg Restoration Area MS 1983
29 285 Flora Ave German Society 1993
30 Flora Place 1999
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251 The Forks 1991* 1990-92, 1996, 1998
2 The Forks 1992* 1992, 1994, 1996-99
3 Children’s Museum* 1987-1994, 1997
4 Forks – Johnston Terminal 1991-93
5 Forks Man Theatre for Young People 1997-98
6 Forks Railway Museum* 1991-92, 1994-95
7 Forks South Point 1995, 1997
8 Fort Garry (suburb) 1993
9 Fort Garry Place 85 Fort St* 1985-89, 1994
10 1985-89, 1994 1995-96
11 Fort Gibraltar 1993-94, 1998
12 Fort Rouge 1993
13 Fort Whyte Centre* 1990-93, 1997
14 Freshwater fish 1996
15 Garden City Shopping Centre 1989
16 Garrick Hotel 287 Garry 1998
17 296-298 Garry St 1988
18 General 1986-89, 1993-94
19 Graham Ave 1988, 1991, 1994
20 Fort & Graham 1988, 1990
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261 200 Graham Ave 1988-89, 1994
2 380 Graham Ave Royal Winnipeg Ballet* 1987-88, 1991, 1994-95
3 Grant Ave 1992
4 1120 Grant Ave Grant Park Shopping Centre* 1988-1990
5 55 Hargrave 1994
6 Mallabar’s 375 Hargrave St 1989, 1996
7 379 Hargrave St 1989
8 386 Hargrave Central Laundry 1987-88
9 400 Hargrave Calvary Temple 1985, 1987
10 464 Hargrave rooftop house 1992
11 474 Hargrave 1952-53, 1987
12 Health Sciences Centre+ 1989-1990, 1992-94
13 A.A. Heaps 1994
14 Harte Trail 1995
15 Henderson Hwy 1991-92
16 Henderson Hwy Elmwood Cemetery 1993
17 Henry Ave McCormick Warehouse 1988
18 180 Henry Salvation Army 1996
19 Heritage Winnipeg*+ 1980, 1982-86, 1989-1992, 1995-96, 1998-99
20 Higgins Ave Royal Alexander Hotel 1998
21 181 Higgins Ave CP Station*+ 1988-1996, 1998
22 Higgins Ave 1992, 1997, 1999
23 53/55 Higgins Ave* 1990, 1992, 1997
24 Hudson Bay Co 1994, 1996
25 St. Michael’s & All Angels Church 300 Hugo St North 1989
26 Inner City Renos 1998
27 Institute for Biological Sciences 1991
28 International Downtown Assoc 1991
29 Island Lakes 1992, 1994
30 109 James Ave Pumping Station* 1990, 1997-98
31 130 James Ave 1989
32 223 James Ave*+ 1983, 1986, 1989-1992, 1995, 1998
33 Juba Park* 1982-83, 1986, 1992-94
34 Kenaston Blvd gen 1994-95, 1998
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271 10 Kennedy St Gov’t House 1982, 1990
2 200 Kenny Precious Blood 1988, 1990
3 Kildonan Bridge 1988-1991
4 Kildonan Crossing 1989
5 Kildonan Park Bridge Bergen Bridge* 1994, 1996-97
6 Kildonan Park/Rainbow Stage 1993, 1996
7 54 King St* 1982
8 King Townsite 1984-85
9 98 King St 1988
10 120 King St 1986
11 180 King St Dynasty Bldg 1985-86, 1988, 1990, 1996
12 520 Lagimodiere Mint 1997
13 Laboratory Centre for Disease Control 1992* 1991-96
14 La Barriere Park 1993, 1998
15 La Pointe – St Boniface 1995
16 Ladco Subdivision 1989
17 Lagimodiere Blvd 1988
18 217 Logan Ave 1997
19 510 Lagimodiere Health Protection Lab 1986, 1988
20 Mint 520 Lagimodiere 1989-1991, 1997-98
21 Langside – redevelop* 1997-98
22 165 La Verendrye St 1989, 1992-93
23 Lily St McDonald House 1995
24 Lindenwoods 1989-1993
25 175 Logan Salvation Army 1988, 1990
26 93 Lombard 1983
27 165-167 Lombard Ave Grain Exchange 1983, 1987-88, 1990, 1993, 1995, 1998
28 177 Lombard 1986
29 191 Lombard 1986, 1988
30 One Lombard Place Richardson’s 1993
31 Lord Roberts 1990
32 Lower Fort Garry* 1991-94
33 95 Luxton 1998
34 Main-Norwood Bridge* 1986, 1990-98
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281 Main-Higgins Renewal 1997-98
2 Main St – general* 1986, 1990-95, 1997, 1999
3 Main St Upper Fort Garry*+ 1977, 1982, 1984, 1993-94, 1996
4 123 Main St Union Station+ 1991-96
5 200 Main St Sports Federation* 1989-1991
6 220 Main St Blue Note Café 1989, 1992, 1995
7 303 Main CDN Grain Commission 1997-98
8 Bank of Montreal 333 Main St 1988, 1993, 1997
9 389 Main St – CIBC*+ 1981, 1985, 1989,1991-93, 1998-99
10 395 Main St Hamilton Bldg 1981, 1988, 1991
11 Ashdown Bldg Main St 1998-99
12 432 Main St 1987
13 456 Main St 1987, 1989
14 457 Main St Confederation Bldg*+ 1983, 1998
15 466 Main St Woodbine Hotel 1987, 1991
16 470 Main St Birt Saddlery 1984, 1988, 1991, 1995
17 476 Main Ashdown 1999
18 504 Main St Royal Tower 1986-88, 1990, 1992-97
19 510 Main St City Hall 1988-89
20 554 Main McLaren Hotel 1996
21 646 Main St Opry Grand Theatre 1988, 1992-93
22 661-665 Main Kaplan Bldg 1984
23 671-673 Main St 1988
24 707 Main 1999
25 713 Patricia Hotel 1995, 1997-98
26 Main St Savoy Hotel 1992
27 Main-Neeginan 1998
28 939 Main – St Ivan Suchavsky 1996
29 1175 Main Holy Trinity Ukrainian Cathedral 1998
30 Main & John Black Kildonan Presbyterian Church 1988
31 Main St Hyland Theatre 1994
32 Manitoba Ave 1999
33 Manitoba – general 1986, 1988, 1991-99
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291 Manitoba telephones 1996
2 Manitoba Telephone System (buildings) 1994
3 Mantario 1997
4 Maple St Firefighters Museum 1998
5 112 Marion Norwood Hotel 1989, 1995
6 Marion St Union Stock Yards 1988, 1993-94, 1996-99
7 Market Square 1996
8 112 Market Ave 1985-87, 1990
9 136 Market Ave Market Place* 1987-88, 1991, 1998-99
10 174 Market MTC 1990
11 180 Market Ave Pantages Playhouse* 1914, 1980, 1982-86, 1988-1993, 1995-98
12 1430 Marron WPG Arena 1995
13 Westminister United Church Maryland & Westminister 1991-92
14 60 Maryland St 1986
15 123 Mayfair 1993
16 Mayors of Winnipeg 1994-95
17 140 Meade St Ross House 1991
18 Memorial Blvd 1980, 1985, 1993
19 300 Memorial WPG Art Gallery* 1985, 1994-96, 1998
20 Midwestern Rail Museum* 1996, 1998
21 777 Moray Area Control Centre* 1985
22 Morley Ave Municipal Hospitals* 1989-1995, 1997-98
23 22 Mostyn Granite Curling Club 1988, 1995, 1998
24 Mountain Ave general 1993
25 Mountain Ave Free Press 1988-89, 1991
26 409-421 Mulvey 1998
27 Murals 1995-96, 1998
28 Mynarski, Andrew 1994
29 McBeth House 1992
30 McDermot Ave 1992
31 Customs Examining 145 McDermot Ave 1992-93
32 173 McDermot Ave 1992
33 177 McDermot Ave 1987, 1991
34 214 McDermot Ave Criterion Hotel* 1982-86
35 221 McDermot Bate Bldg 1994-95
36 227-237 McDermot Ave Mariaggi Hotel* 1990-91, 1993-94, 1996
37 245 McDermot Kaye Bldg 1998
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301 288 McDermot Wilson Bldg 1994
2 764 McDermot 1995-96
3 351 McGhee 1997
4 Ross McGowan 1994
5 94 McGregor St. Vladimir & Olga Cathedral 1998
6 Obee’s Steam Bath McGregor St 1992
7 McPhillips Ave 1993
8 160 McPhillips Japanese/Canadian Cultural Centre* 1996
9 McPhillips St Station 1995
10 Nairn Ave* 1996
11 130 Nassau St. Luke’s 1996
12 Navy Way Chippewa 1997
13 2795 Ness – The Prairie 1991, 1994, 1997
14 Norquay St 1992
15 North End 1993, 1996
16 North Kildonan 1993
17 Nor’Wester 1994
18 Norwood BIZ 1997
19 213 Notre Dame Electric Railway Chambers+ 1989, 1995-96
20 228 Notre Dame Lindsay Bldg 1990, 1995, 1998
21 265 Notre Dame Ave GWGC 1979-85, 1988-89, 1991, 1998
22 1600 Notre Dame Labatt’s 1946, 1986-87, 1999
23 100 Olivia St MAN Cancer Foundation
24 Omand’s Creek 1994-97
25 Osborne St – general 1985, 1990-98
26 Osborne South BIZ* 1993-94, 1996-97
27 Osborne Park Theatre 1993, 1995, 1999
28 Osborne & Togo Golden Rule Seniors 1994-95
29 360 Osborne St South South Osborne Coop 1987-88, 1991
30 376 Osborne Osborne on the Red 1995
31 400 Osborne 1996
32 Osborne North Village Lane* 1997
33 Osborne St Gas Station Theatre 1993-94
34 40 Osborne St Roslyn Apts* 1981, 1990, 1993, 1996-97
35 100 Osborne St North Great-West 1988, 1992
36 204 Osborne St Pasquale’s 1988
37 Pacific Dominion Lumber/CREDO 1988, 1998-99
38 Panet Rd Schneider’s 1996
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311 Pembina Hwy Motel 75 1989
2 1680 Pembina – The Ports* 1989
3 1824 Pembina Ramada Inn 1991-92
4 Pembina Hwy South of the Border*+ 1975, 1985-89
5 People* 1994-99
6 Pioneer Ball Park 1997
7 Plan Winnipeg 1991-93
8 Arc – Point Douglas 1984, 1995-96
9 Portage Ave – general*+ 1982, 1984, 1987, 1989-1995, 1997-99
10 James Richardson & Sons, Limited
11 Portage East Westin 1990, 1995-96, 1999
12 Toronto-Dominion Centre+ 1987-1992
13 Portage – Trizec*+ 1977-78, 1985, 1991, 1994
14 TD Centre – Phase II – 1990 1990
15 233 Portage Curry Bldg 1995, 1998
16 250 Portage Ave National Trust Bldg 1988-89
17 254 Portage Ave Bank of Nova Scotia*+ 1931, 1984, 1987, 1990
18 259 Portage Ave Paris Bldg 1985, 1987-88, 1999
19 276 Portage – Birks 1991-93
20 288 Portage Ave Delta Inn 1988
21 291 Portage Ave 1991, 1993
22 294 Portage Somerset 1991
23 Clarendon Hotel 311 Portage 1987, 1999
24 Mitchell Copp 315 Portage Ave 1992
25 320 Portage Ave Eaton’s 1989-1990, 1992-98
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321 330 Portage 1987, 1998
2 339 Portage Northside Centre* 1986-88, 1990, 1999
3 Air Canada*+ 1983-86, 1990-91, 1994
4 South Portage 1988-1990, 1992-93
5 Portage Place – 1990 1985, 1989-1991, 1994, 1997-98
6 366 Portage Ave Gendis 1991
7 Portage Ave East Tower* 1988-1992, 1994
8 Imax Theatre Portage Place*+ 1985-86, 1988, 1990-91, 1994
9 Prairie Theatre Exchange 1988-89
10 Portage Place Promenade 1990 1989-1991
11 Portage Place 1987
12 Portage Place – Cadillac Fairview+
13 North of Portage Developers 1983
14 North of Portage Development Proposal
15 North of Portage Development 1984
16 400 Portage 1993
17 Portage Ave – Investors – One Canada Place*+ 1985-88, 1990
18 426 Portage Ave 1991-92
19 HBC Store Portage Ave 1926-27, 1986-1991, 1995
20 546 Portage Elim Chapel 1985
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331 674 Portage 1999
2 761 Portage Ave Gladstone Motors 1988
3 1181 Portage Robert Fletcher* 1983-84
4 Polo Park 1985-86, 1988-89, 1994
5 1670 Portage Viscount Govt 1996
6 2000 Portage The Pines 1991-92
7 Deer Lodge Centre 2109 Portage Ave 1997-98
8 Grant’s Old Mill 2777 Portage* 1993, 1997
9 3033 Portage The Wellesley of St. James 1986-87
10 3180 Portage Assiniboia Municipal Hall 1996
11 Unicity Shopping Centre Portage Ave 1998-99
12 Preston Rothesay Apts 1994
13 33 Princess Gray’s Auction 1991
14 33-41 Princess Peck Bldg 1987
15 72-74 Princess St
16 104-108 Princess 1983
17 160-164 Princess 1999
18 172 Princess 1996
19 188 Princess 1995
20 291 Princess Old Spaghetti Factory 1999
21 Pritchard Ave 1993, 1998
22 591 Pritchard 1996
23 Provencher Ave – general 1991, 1994, 1996, 1998
24 Old Provencher Bridge* 1989-98
25 Provencher Bridge Reconstruction 1998-99
26 119 Provencher Tourist Hotel 1987-88
27 147 Provencher Royal House
28 219 Provencher St. Boniface City Hall 1989, 1992
29 265 Provencher Bernier House 1989-1990, 1992
30 340 Provencher Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain* 1976, 1996-98
31 407 Provencher Belgian Club 1996, 1998
32 366 Qu’Appelle Warwick Apts 1986-87, 1998
33 Railway Stations rural 1996
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341 Redwood Ave Molson’s Brewery 1996-97
2 1425 Regent Ave Club Regent Bingo Hall 1993
3 Ridgewood Corridor 1994
4 Reil, Louis 1985, 1991-98
5 Rivers & riverbanks 94-* 1993-98
6 Rivers “Surface Waters of Winnipeg” 1984
7 River Heights 1990, 1993-94
8 171 River 1988
9 300 River Ave Congress Apts 1990
10 444 River Ave St. Augustine Church 1987
11 First Church of Christ Scientist 511 River Ave 1991-92, 1994
12 330 River Rd – Riel House 1985, 1991
13 65 Rorie 1983
14 218 Roslyn Rd Kantor House 1980, 1986-89, 1992-93, 1996
15 314 Ross WPG Fur Exchange 1993
16 Rupert Ave Museum of Man & Nature 1997-98
17 140 Rupert Ave Warehouse Theatre 1988
18 Rupertsland Ave Seven Oaks House 1992, 1997
19 127 Rupertsland Ave East McGowen House 1997
20 6 Ruskin Row 1987
21 29 Ruskin Row 1992, 1995-96
22 St. Andrew’s Church* 1992-95, 1997
23 52 St. Anne’s Mike General Store* 1993, 1998
24 75 St. Anne’s Rd Carriage House Lane 1992-93, 1996
25 St. Boniface – general* 1985, 1987-89, 1991, 1993, 1995-96, 1998
26 St. Boniface Hospital Research Centre*+ 1987; 1992
27 St. James* 1983, 1986, 1993, 1998
28 St. James subdivision 1987-1990
29 St. John’s Park 1996
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351 St. Mary’s & Main 1989
2 330 St. Mary Royal Trust Tower 1998
3 350 St. Mary – Holiday Inn+ 1990
4 353 St. Mary Ave St. Mary’s Cathedral 1988-89
5 400 St. Mary Ave+ 1987-89
6 525-555 St. Mary Ave Colony Square 1989
7 St. Mary’s Rd St. Vital Hotel 1991
8 St. Norbert 1993-94, 1996
9 St. Norbert Trappist Monastery 1992, 1995
10 St. Mary’s Road – general 1998
11 596 St. Mary’s Rd Firehall* 1982, 1998
12 604 St. Mary’s Rd 1997
13 St. Vital Shopping Centre 1995, 1997
14 Salvation Army 1993-94
15 1355 Saskatchewan Dominion Bridge 1998
16 Helmut Sass* 1986-87
17 Siene River* 1993-98
18 Selkirk Ave* 1989-1992, 1995-96, 1998
19 501 Selkirk Palace Theatre 1994
20 775 Sherbrook Sacre Couer School #2 1991
21 1150 Sherburn St Principal Sparling School 1993
22 Skywalks* 1986-1991, 1995, 1997
23 Smith Carter+ 1986, 1999
24 Smith St – general 1995
25 51 Smith – Chippewa 1996, 1998
26 134 Smith York Estates 1996
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361 139 Smith St Sheraton Hotel 1988, 1991, 1995
2 256 Smith St Holy Trinity Church 1994
3 257 Smith Tribune Site 1994
4 297 Smith St Birks Bldg 1986, 1990
5 331 Smith St Marlborough Inn 1989-1993, 1995, 1998
6 364 Smith St Odeon/Walker Theatre* 1990-95, 1998
7 Southdale Square 1988-89
8 Southland Park 1988, 1993
9 Southwest DVT Bishop Grandin, Waverly, McGillivary 1998
10 Spence St 1998
11 514 Stradbrook 1994
12 592-594 Stradbrook Ave 1988
13 Streetcars 1998
14 Sturgeon Creek 1994, 1996
15 409 Tache Ave St. Boniface Hospital 1996
16 494 Tache Ave St. Boniface Museum* 1985, 1992-96
17 755 Tache 1997
18 Take Pride WPG 1995
19 Tony Tascona 1995
20 Royal Bank Call Centre Taylor 1997
21 Talyor Short Game Golf* 1996-97
22 Theatre Way 1988
23 Tourism Winnipeg 1992-93, 1995-96
24 Transcona 1990, 1993, 1996-98
25 Transplan 2010 1996
26 Transit Corridor 1984, 1987-1990, 1993, 1996
27 Triple S Realty Helmut Sass 1988, 1991
28 Truro Creek 1996, 1998
29 Tuxedo 1991-92
30 139 Tuxedo Blvd Fort Osborne Barracks* 1988-89, 1992-98
31 Tyndall Stone 1991
32 University of Manitoba 1985, 1988-89, 1991-93, 1995-98
33 University of Winnipeg* 1992, 1996-98
34 Urban Development Inst 1991
35 Urban Idea Centre 1989-1990
36 Urban sprawl 1996-97
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371 33 Valhall Kildonan Carve Club 1996
2 Valour Rd 1993, 1995, 1998
3 200 Vaughan – Archives 1991
4 290 Vaughan
5 301 Vaughan 1985-86, 1988-1991, 1998
6 Vintage Locomotive Society* 1991, 1993-99
7 Water/Shoal Lake 93* 1992-98
8 Waverley St 1993
9 447 Webb Place YMCA building 1986-87
10 Wellington Ave Lakeview Airport Executive Hotel 1988
11 Wellington Cres* 1992-95, 1997
12 484 Wellington Cres 1995
13 Wellington Cr Ashdown House 1998-99
14 529 Wellington Cres Khartum Temple 1998
15 550 Wellington Cres St. Mary’s Academy 1994-95
16 603 Wellington Cres 1995
17 1301 Wellington Cres 1996
18 1800 Wellington Cres 1988
19 West End 1993
20 43 Westbrook St Codville Bldg 1991
21 Midcontinental 1982
22 Transience 1983
23 How-to-series 6
24 How-to-series 5
25 Renewable Energy 1984
26 Canadian Wood Frame House Construction 1984
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381 20 Westgate 1995
2 54 Westgate Women’s University Club* 1989, 1993-94, 1996, 1998
3 Western Canadian Aviation Museum 1982, 1993-96
4 Western CDN Pictorial Index 1994, 1996
5 745 Westminister Ave Westminister United Church 1992
6 Firehall at Lipton Westminister 1992-93
7 Whittier Park 1993-96
8 Whyte Ridge 1990-91
9 Wildwood Park 1986, 1992
10 Wilkes Ave Soccer Complex 1989
11 218-222 William Ave Leland Hotel* 1991-92, 1996, 1998-99
12 294 William Massey Block
13 380 William Public Library 1990, 1995-97
14 442 William Normal School 1990, 1994-95
15 539 William Ave 1995
16 777 William Blood Centre 1997
17 91 Wilmot Place 1988
18 Winnipeg Airport 1999
19 Winnipeg Business Improvement Zones 1993
20 Winnipeg – 2000 1992-96
21 Winnipeg Capital Works 1980, 1988-1991, 1993-96
22 Winnipeg Central Works Yard 1991-92
23 Winnipeg Fires/Fire Dept* 1986, 1990-91, 1993-96, 1998
24 Winnipeg Flooding 1950 & 96* 1985, 1990, 1992-94, 1996-99
25 Winnipeg – general – 1999 1999
26 Winnipeg – graffiti* 1995, 1997
27 Winnipeg – historical 1995-99
28 Winnipeg Housing Rehabilitation Corp* 1985, 1987-1991
29 Winnipeg Hydro* 1988, 1990, 1995, 1998
30 WPG INTL Airport 1997 1997-98
31 Winnipeg Landfill 1994
32 Winnipeg Planning Commentary* 1985-88, 1990-91, 1994-96
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391 Winnipeg Police 1997
2 Winnipeg Quarterly News 1989-1991
3 Winnipeg – sewage & waste* 1991, 1993-94, 1997
4 Winnipeg – streets 1994-95, 1997
5 Winnipeg – theatre – general 1991, 1993-94
6 Winnipeg Transit* 1975, 1982, 1991-96
7 Winnipeg – zoning 1994
8 Wolsley – general 1992-95, 1999
9 838 Wolsley 1993
10 960 Wolsley Laura Secord School 1985, 1991, 1995-96
11 Women in Manitoba 1996
12 Woodhaven 1991, 1994-95
13 192 Yale 1990
14 York Ave Lions Twin Towers 1988-89
15 375 York Ave Convention Centre 1991-93, 1995
16 391 York 1998
17 York St Remand Centre 1987-1993
18 York Ave Underpass* 1997
19 Heritage Winnipeg – contract work 1979-1983

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E. MISCELLANEOUS RESEARCH FILES 1913-1999; predominant 1980-1999

* contains draft, typescript and/or published manuscripts

+ contains photographs, slides and/or architectural drawings

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3920 i. Correspdondance (accompanied literature removed) 1984-1987
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3921 ii. Handwritten notes
iii. Research 1916-1999; predominant 1980-1999
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3922 An Alternative Proposal: A suggestion for an Artistic Community to be Built in the City of Winnipeg* 1980
23 General Historical Clips* 1984
24 PV 1985-87
25 St. Vital Heritage* 1916, c. 1920s, 1931, 1971, 1993-94, 1996-99
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401 Winnipeg History – Architecture* 1982
2 Winnipeg History – building descriptions
3 Conawapa 1989-1993
4 East Yards (1986-88)+ 1983-88
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411 Portage Ave*+ 1982-1991
2 Water*+ 1913, 1918-1920, 1957, 1974, 1976-77, 1980, 1982-83, 1985-86, 1988-89, 1991
3 Water 1990* 1989-1992
4 Portage Place*+ 1985-1990
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421 Heritage Winnipeg 1983-85

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