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The Manitou Opera House was designed by G F Magee and built by Blackburn Construction of Pilot Mound Manitoba in 1930.
This short history of the community was created for the District Reunion in 1964.
This is an obituary for William Francis Ellis, 1849-06-03 to 1930-09-17
Many events took place over the weekend of celebrations in 1997 in honour of Manitou's Centennial. This is a collection of the programmes from these events.
The Manitou Collegiate Institute Year Book 1940-41.
This list of those buried in St. Luke's Pembina Crossing Cemetery is current to 2016.
These blueprints were prepared by a former Manitou carpenter, Gordon Mcgee in preparation for the construction of the Manitou Opera House after the January 1930 fire destroyed the original boilding.
Designed by Steckley and Associates of Winkler, with much help from the Manitou Opera House Foundation, these drawings reflect the intent of the Foundation - to ensure the new building complemented the original design of the Manitou Opera House.
A family history of the Hughes Family as told by the descendants in the New Haven District of Pembina Municipality
Gordon MaGee and his father built homes around Manitou from about 1890 to 1911. Gordon moved to Winnipeg, but was asked to design the 'new' Opera House when it was built in 1930.