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184th Battalion - Nominal Roll (1914)

A listing of the personnel of the 184th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1916.

    184th Battalion - Photo Collection (1914)

    Collection of photographs of the 184th and of the installation of the cenotaph in 1921.

      1898 - List of Electors - Manitou (1898)

      A listing of the electors resident in Manitou in 1898.

        Alex Cochrane - Manitou Entrepreneur (1900)

        Alex Cochrane was a successful businessman in Manitou in the early 1900s.

          Beygrau Paul T & Luther Burbank In Memorium (1920)

          Beygrau, in later life, worked with Luther Burbank in his gardens. Their friendship led to Beygrau managing the development of Burbank's Gardens after Burbank's death.

          Document from the Sonoma County Library.

            Beygrau Paul T - Manitou Works of Art - 1896-1905 (1894)

            Paul Beygrau, artist, engineer, left an impressive legacy in the three years he was in Manitou. His art works on the walls of the Cassin House Hotel impressed guests until its fiery destruction in 1959. 

            Details of his work on the Robson House have been photographed by the Sharpe family during renovations on the house. His only remaining work is the drawing he did of the Manitou Curling Club members, drawn in 1894.

              Canada Post - 1930s Poster Collection (1935)

              A collection of posters displayed at rural Manitoba post offices during the 1930s.

                Canadian Rodeo News - Manitou Rodeo 1964 (1960)

                Part of a promotional flyer which lists Manitou"s 1964 rodeo.

                  Charter of the Village of Manitou - 1897 (0)

                  The Provincia Seal and signature of the Atourney General and Lieutenant Governor of the province of Manitoba grace this charter document.

                    Clayton: A Tribute to Stew Clayton (0)

                    A short biography celebrating the life and music of Stew Clayton.

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