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Institution: University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Collection Identifier: MSS SC 128, PC 123

Title: Hallama Family fonds

Dates: 1900-1938, 1990

Extent: 3.5 cm of textual records. -- 8 photographs.

Biographical Sketch: Wenceslaus Hallama settled in
Canada in 1891, and purchased land near Grande Pointe
from his Uncle Joseph Schwab four years later.
He married Barbara Blahnik from Bohemia and they
had two children. Wenceslaus was the first farmer
in the area to own a seed drill, and a gasoline tractor.
In 1938, their only son Joseph took over the farm until
1971. In 1971 his son Edward took over the farm.

Digitized Material: The digitized material from the
Hallama Family fonds consists of photographs, farm
account books and a history of the Hallama family and farm.

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